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Pencil This In: Hip Hop Photo Exhibit, Harold and Maud Screens in Pasadena and Jazz at Descanso Gardens

Bring a picnic to Descanso gardens and enjoy a jazz on the main lawn. | Photo by khannis via LAist's flickr pool.
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Tonight Harold and Maud--one of our favorite movies--screens for free at One Colorado Courtyard in Pasadena. It’s a May-December rom-com between a 19-year-old boy obsessed with death and a 79-year-old woman with a passion for life.

It’s time for another round of “enlightened debauchery” tonight at Club 740 in downtown LA with the folks from Mindshare. Topics presented include Design at the Molecular Level, Interactive Plants and Nina Hartley talking about sex. After the speakers, there’ll be dancing, DJs and interactive art. Tickets: $30. There are limited student tickets available. Email for more information.

Things Done Changed is a photo exhibition featuring the works of Paul Chan that opens today at P.I.A. in downtown LA. His collection includes classic images of influential hip hop artists from the 90s, including Big Pun, Birdman, Dr. Dre, Nas, The Neptunes, Snoop, Slum Village (with Dilla) and others.