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Courtney Love to Sign Her Memoirs Tonight & Tomorrow

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She's Miss World, Mrs. Cobain, Momma Bean, America's Sweetheart, and the Widow Courtney. While some of the punk and grunge icons of days gone by have faded out, Courtney Love's fire still rages despite the fact that so many just want her to sit still and shut up.

But shutting up is one thing Ms. Love will never do. Thankfully. Just the opposite, in fact, as her memoirs Dirty Blonde: The Diaries of Courtney Love was released last week and the Hole model/actress/mommy/waitress is currently on a book tour to promote the tome.

LA is fortunate enough to get two chances to meet the legend in the flesh tonight at Virgin Megastore in Hollywood (8000 Sunset) at 7 p.m., or tomorrow at Vroman's (695 E. Colorado Blvd) in Pasadena at 6 p.m.

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