Pencil This In: Monday
A couple events tonight focus on the city of LA. / Photo by Tyler S. Andrews via LAist's featured photo pool.
It’s as if the Paley Fest never ended. The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills hosts the cast and crew of the Disney Family’s Kyle XY tonight. Scheduled to appear are: Eric Tuchman, executive producer; David Himeltarb, executive producer; Julie Plec, supervising producer; Matt Dallas, "Kyle"; April Matson, "Lori Trager"; Chris Olivero, "Declan McDonough"; Jaimie Alexander, "Jessi XX"
7 pm // Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills // 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills // $25.
Zócalo Public Square Lecture Series presents “An Evening with Luis Valdez,” moderated by Oscar Garza, editor-in-chief of Tu Ciudad Magazine. Valdez visits Zócalo on the 30th anniversary of the premiere of “Zoot Suit,” a groundbreaking musical about the Mexican-American experience in 1940s LA.
7:30 pm // Barnsdall Gallery Theatre // 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles // Free but reservations recommended.
You never really know what to expect with the Garage Comedy night at El Cid. Tonight comics will be auditioning for a spot on a summer comedy cruise to: Catalina.
9 pm // El Cid // 4212 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles // Free.
ALOUD at the Central Library hosts Jeffrey Sachs, author ofThe End of Poverty, for an evening titled, "Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet." The event is full, but there is a chance for stand-by seats.
7 pm // Central Library // 630 Fifth St., Los Angeles // Free
After a little bump in the road for the alternative book club, “Nobody Reads in LA” meets up tomorrow night to discuss Chuck Pahulnik’s Fight Club. Yes, we know there are a lot of book clubs in LA, but we love their motto: “Our book club can kick your book club’s ass.”
7 pm // Echoplex // 1154 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles // Free.
Berlin filmmaker Heinz Emigholz has been making films about architects he admires. Tonight at REDCAT, his film Schindler’s Houses screens. It documents the work of architect Rudolph Schindler, who practiced in Los Angeles from 1922 to 1953. The film serves as an homage to the City of Angeles. Heinz Emigholz will be in attendance.
8 pm // REDCAT // 631 W. Second St., Los Angeles // SOLD OUT so go through your favorite scalper.
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