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Pencil This In: R. Crumb on Genesis, Ghost Stories at Angels Gate Cultural Center

Robert Crumb talks tonight at UCLA.
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Tonight at 7:30 pm, Zócalo and The Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West present the program How Will Climate Change Transform L.A.? Moderated by Paul Wennberg, director, Linde Center for Global Environmental Science at the California Institute of Technology, the panel includes CalTech Professor of Environmental Science Tapio Schneider, UCLA Associate Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Alex Hall, and Pulitzer Prize winning environmental writer Usha McFarling. The event takes place at The Huntington in San Marino. Free, but reservations are recommended.

Angels Gate Cultural Center in San Pedro presents Scary Stories VII with Melanie Jones tonight at 6:30 pm. This all-ages event features classic and contemporary tales of terror will be read aloud in the dark, outside around a fire. Mwwwwahahhhhhaaah. Tickets: $5 general admission, kids 6 and younger are free. Bring your own picnics and seating and remember to dress warmly.