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Here's some upcoming events happening around town:

Tonight:
If you haven't been able to get your hands on James Stewart's "Disney War," you should be able to buy one at the Central Library tonight when the author converses with Marty Kaplan, Director, Norman Lear Center and Associate Dean, USC Annenberg School for Communication, about dramatic, inside story of what drove America's best-known entertainment company to civil war. During the Q&A ask the prize-winning journalist if Bob Iger wears boxers or briefs.

7 PM, Goodson Auditorium, Central Library, downtown

Dennis Miller is on tonight at Distinguished Speaker Series
Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 8 PM

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Where: Pasadena Civia Auditorium


Thursday-March 17th

There's some sort of tribal celebration involving the Irish going on this day. Lot's of bars and Irish cultural centers around town will be busy. What is the most Irish section of LA, anyway?

Saturday, March 19th

Skylight Books bids adieu to Hunter S. Thompson by hosting the memorial "GONZO:Remembering HUNTER S. THOMPSON," where a lively bunch of folks will talkabout this memorable writer and read from his work. Skylight Books, 1818 N. Vermont Ave

Wield Your Petal Power at Festival of Flowers
Saturday, March 19, 2005 - Sunday, May 15, 2005
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Descanso Gardens
1418 Descanso Drive
La Canada-Flintridge, California CA

UPDATED 3/17/2005

PASADENA MODERN
a drive-yourself tour featuring six privately owned homes
Sunday, March 20, 2005
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Historically, Pasadena has been a city that nurtured architectural creativity -- from the artist's culture that flourished during the Arts and Crafts Movement, to the high standards of design perpetuated by architects such as Myron Hunt, Wallace Neff, Reginald Johnson, and Roland Coate in the 1920s and 30s, through the Modern era. This drive-yourself tour will feature six private residences, including the work of Harold Zook, who worked for Modernist icon Albert Frey before settling in Pasadena; Leland Evison, who started his career as a draftsman for Craftsman architect Myron Hunt; Buff, Straub, & Hensman, an influential firm which left a lasting impact on Southern California; and Kelsey and Ladd, who designed the Pasadena Art Museum (now the Norton Simon).

Tickets:
Lecture only: $10
House Tour only: $30 PH members/$35 general public
Lecture and Tour ticket: $35 PH members/$40 general public, a $5 savings

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For additional information or to purchase tickets, please call 626-441-6333 or visit us online at www.pasadenaheritage.org.