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Get Out: Lesbian Pulp & "The Clock" Continues

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PULP: 1950's lesbian pulp author Ann Bannon will be in West Hollywood at the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives to read and sign her books such as "Odd Girl Out" and "Women in the Shadows" from 1:30 until 3 pm. For more information, check out the archives' website.

PROTEST: There have been several rallies for slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin around the city (and indeed, the country) this weekend. This afternoon Crenshaw is hosting a gathering at 2pm at Crenshaw Boulveard and Exposition Boulevard to protest his killing.

TIME: And if you haven't checked it out yet, Christian Marclay’s "The Clock," is playing at LACMA until noon, which you should definitely catch. While you're there, pick up a donut across the street at ForYourArt's a pop-up 24-Hour Pop-Up Donut Shop. For more information visit the ForYourArt website.

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