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Bryan Price, Jim Ruland, Scott O'Connor, Daryl "Duke" Haney will read new and upcoming works at 8 PM at the Tribal Cafe, 1651 W. Temple Street.

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The Quarterly Report performance group launches its "Best Of" show at 8 PM at The EvidEnce Room 2220 Beverly Blvd, LA CA 90057 (between Rampart and Alvarado). Susan Balboni, Tracy Connor, Debbie Falb, Rachel Hamilton, Victoria Hoffman, Michelle Philippe, Michael A. Shepperd, Lan Tran and Mari Weiss promise to perform their strongest pieces.

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