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Latebreaking Monday night

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If you're undaunted by rain or the rain-induced traffic, you haven't grown soft like so many Angelenos. You know you won't melt! In other cities it rains all the time! Maybe you're just dying to get out tonight, but don't know what's going on.

LAist contributor Jen Sincero will be performing in the two-woman show Spinster at the M Bar tonight in Hollywood; doors open at 7, play starts at 8pm.

Comedian Paul F. Tomkins is at Largo tonight. Dinner is sold out but if you show up when the doors open at 8pm and buy drinks at the bar, you can enjoy the show.

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Futher down Fairfax is Molly Malones, where the handsome and talented acting-musician brothers — better than the Bacons, it's Declan and Dermot Mulroney — will be performing in the Cranky George Trio with a former Pogue. $5 in the back room.

It's the last Monday of the Willowz residency at Spaceland in Silverlake, free, as always. The Adored shares tonight's bill.

More free eastside stuff at The Echo, with Kraig Grady, Listing Ship and I See Hawks in LA.