Pencil This In: Wednesday
Scarface (1932) scribe Ben Hecht's moody 1927 film Underworld screens tonight at the Silent Movie Theatre. "Viennese director Josef von Sternberg’s gritty revenge narrative follows the turbulent romantic and criminal phiursuits" of felon Bull Weed, and the film is often considered "the origin of cinematic gangster archetypes."
8 p.m. // Silent Movie Theatre // 611 N Fairfax Ave // $10
Collegehumor.com's standup show Comedy Juice bills itself as "one of the most famous comedy shows in the country" and takes place tonight in Hollywood at the Improv. This week's lineup features Nick Thune, Chelsea Handler, Melinda Hill, "and others to be named."
10 p.m. // The Improv // 8162 Melrose Avenue // $14 + two item minimum
DRINK & DANCE
Boardner's Club Moscow night is all about hipster dance mixes and getting your drink on.
Boardner's // 1652 N. Cherokee Avenue // $10 (18-20), Free 21+
Who knew: Robots! They're Just Like Us! "Inspired by US Weekly's celebs are just like us features, this solo painting show stars 20 robots caught doing everyday human things like walking the dog and drinking too much." Paintings by Steph Calvert on display at Long Beach boutique Siren.
12-6:30 p.m. // Siren // 2240 E. 4th Street, Long Beach // Free