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After what was only meant to be a week-long hiatus, LAist is officially returning to it's customary events posts. For those who missed our events coverage, we apologize, but the delay could not be helped, as we were waiting for SBC to figure out why our phone, and then our DSL, would not work. Three weeks later, we're back in action.

So, for those who did not get tickets to this weekend's sold out Lebowski Fest, read on for this weekend's highlights.

The Echo has not one, but two excellent shows lined up for tonight. The early show begins at 7 PM and features Ida and The Reputation. Tickets are $10. The second show begins at 9:30 PM with the two-man racket of Death From Above 1979 and Controller! Controller! Tickets are also $10. (The first show is all ages, the second is 18+)

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• At the Troubadour, KCRW welcomes Stars with Apostle Of Hustle and Feist. Tickets are $15 advance and doors are at 8 PM.

Spaceland features Shonen Knife with The Forty Fives and The Gore Gore Girls starting at 9:30 PM. You can buy tickets at the door or pick them up in advance at TicketWeb.

• It's the 2005 Japan Girls' Night Tour at King King, featuring Petty Booka, Noodles, Tsushimamire, Titan Go Kings, Puppy Pet, Emeralds, Pillows and local favorites Pink Mochi. And tonight, your handstamp for this show is also good for admission to El Cid, Tangier, and Silverlake Lounge.

It keeps going, after the jump...

• Motown Philly's back again at The Canyon Club. Boyz II Men will be taking the stage at 9 PM.

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• Marianne Faithfull will perform tonight at the Henry Fonda Theater. Doors open at 8 PM and tickets are $32.50.

• Locals The Mae Shi are headlining at The Smell tonight. Also on the bill are Militant Children's Hour, The Mothballs and Treasure Mammal.

Amoeba Music features a free in-store by nerd-rock progenitors They Might Be Giants at 7:30 PM, celebrating the release of their new album Here Come the ABCs.

• Terror creeps through the night again at the Aero and Egyptian Theatres during the Vincent Price Film Festival. Tonight features two spine-tingling double features:

Beginning at 7:30 PM, the Aero has a special Vincent Price + Roger Corman show lined up, showing Tales of Terror and Masque of the Red Death back-to-back. The legendary Roger Corman will appear between films for a special discussion.

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7:30 PM at the Egyptian brings two more special Price favorites: Theatre of Blood and The Abominable Dr Phibes (Anton LaVey's favorite film and one of LAist's personal favorite Price films).

• Catch happy hour at CineSpace from 6-8 PM, followed by dinner and a movie with Harold and Maude at 8 PM. For reservations, call (323) 817-FILM.

• At the New Beverly Cinema, see Bad Education at 7:30, followed by Talk to Her at 9:35 PM.

Skylight Books has a reading of The Insomniac Reader: Stories of the Night, featuring Aimee Bender, Richard Rushfield and Kevin Sampsell at 7:30 PM.


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• Elvis Costello & the Imposters will be performing at 8 PM at the Wiltern. Tickets range from $45-$65.

The Echo hosts San Diego instrumentalists Tristeza, with Go Go Go Airheart and The Antarcticans, at 8:30 PM. [18+]

LACMA features two films in the series "Paranoia Films of the '70s": Sam Peckinpah's Straw Dogs, starring Dustin Hoffman, and Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver, starring Robert De Niro. The double feature begins at 7:30 PM.

• Be sure to catch the two photography exhibits at the Fahey/Klein Gallery: Annie Leibovitz "American Music" and Jim Marshall "Proof," on now.

Beyond Baroque hosts a Beyond Film event at 7 PM, featuring Brazilian filmmaker/artist Sandra Kogut, hosted by Genevieve Yue.