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Photo of the Venice Art Wall (last summer) by Sundogg via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr

The New Beverly Cinema is doing at Special Midnight 1970s Adult Cinema Show with an 11:59 p.m. showtime tonight and a $7 price tag. Not entirely sure what's on the agenda, but, as it's been suggested, it promises to be a night of classic "bow-chicka-wangh-wangh."

BOXeight Studios is celebrating the grand opening of their new, permanent space Downtown with a big ol' party tonight. Head down to check out the inaugural exhibit, featuring Dirk Mai, Peter Eaton Gurnz, Marc Mez, Ben Cope, Urk Denman, Alie Ward, Mike Vensel, Bryden Lando, Casino Nelson Berto H, Soo Yong Kim, Jerry Park/Tara Jean, Marco Rached, and Valou, and live performances from Chester French, Crooked Cowboys & The Fresh Water Indians, and Nite Jewel, along with DJs Keith 2.0 and Cam Francisco.

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01 Gallery at Barker Block kicks things off tonight with "Undisputed Champions (Bored of the Rings)", which features the work of Adam Gray and Sam Fuchs. It's a one-night-only show, so to see the SF-based duo's digital art you've got to get to Barker Block between 7-10--that's in the Downtown Arts District.

Maximize your shopping/prettifying/partying time by heading to Apartment 3's Beauty Shop, where you can hit up a sample sale, get beauty services, drink booze, and listen to DJs all at once. You'll want to head over for the event which runs from 3-8 and be ready to buy designer garb at wholesale prices and drink mimosas and sangria. Check out Racked LA for more details.

Feeling like some yoga with a side of singing? Power Yoga West is hosting an 8 p.m. Kirtan, which is the repetitiously chanting of the names of God/Goddess from ancient India, that will help guide you on a musical meditation and yogic adventure in the tradition of Bhakti yoga. The chanting will be by Govindas and Radha, a husband-and-wife team of yogis. Admission is via a suggested $15 donation.

Other Things to Do: Find out why racism is hilarious at your local cineplex, take a stroll on Rodeo Drive and see if you can spot STYLEist material of your own, shop for shoes with a conscience, visit Point Fermin (but stay away from the edge!), or ride the Metro and see if you can help them break another record next month.