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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Harold and Maude At Cinespia, Buffalo Springfield At Wiltern, Culver City Art Walk

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If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out: But don't do it from a tall chair. Harold and Maude, Hal Ashby's beloved and bizarre, 94-minute, cult love story starring Ruth Gordon and death-obsessed Bud Cort, hits Cinespia tonight with a screening at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard (At Gower). Gates 7:30 p.m., Film 9:00 p.m., $10 "donation" at gate.

Walk Like A Pedestrian: The sixth annual ARTWALK Culver City kicks off this afternoon with a free, self-guided tour of over thirty-five local art galleries and exhibition spaces. The event, sponsored by The Hammer Museum, ForYourArt, 89.9 KCRW, LA Weekly, Flavorpill and Sony Pictures Entertainment, aims to bring "a wider audience to the unique vitality of the artist spaces of Culver City." 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

What's That Sound: Hall of famers Buffalo Springfield, the legendary ensemble that launched the careers of Stephen Stills and Neil Young, has reunited and will be playing two consecutive nights at the Wiltern beginning this evening. Classic California rock is yours for the flashing back as Richie Furay, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale, Stephen Stills and Neil Young take the stage together.

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