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Get Out: Female Blood-Wrestling, Avant-Garde Film & Angela Davis
THEATRE: Everyone enjoys a disgusting medical tale, and today is the last day for "The Art of Bleeding" at the Steve Allen Theater. The parking lot will be the stage, which will include a multi-vehicle car-crash tableau. Tonight Margaret Cho will be performing and there will be female blood wrestling. The fun starts at 8pm at The Steve Allen Theater at The Center For Inquiry at 4773 Hollywood Blvd. For more info, visit the event's website.
AVANT-GARDE: Tonight Los Angeles Filmforum is featuring selections from the Creative Film Society, a collection of independent and experimental American films from the 1960s and 1970s at the Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian at 7:30pm tonight. Tickets are free for all, but you can make a reservation at Brown Paper Tickets. For more information about the films being screened, visit the event's website.
ACTIVISM: The Center for the Study of Political Graphics will be honoring Angela Davis, Reverend James & Dorothy Lawson with awards. There will be a silent auction and Davis and Lawson will speak. The event is being held at Temple Emanuel, 300 N. Clark Drive in Beverly Hills from 4:30pm until 7pm. For more information, visit the event's Facebook page.
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