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Arts and Entertainment

Pencil This In: Molly Ringwald, X-Men, Julius Caesar in the Park, Hide and Seek Summer Concert

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Molly Ringwald presents and signs Getting the Pretty Back @Vroman's
Says Vroman's of tonight' event: "Molly Ringwald will always be remembered as the epitome of teenage angst, love, and heartbreak. But in the real world, she’s approaching another important birthday - she’s turning 40. In this vibrant collection of life stories and candid advice, Molly helps guide women of all ages through the issues that crop up long after the prom ends. Whether she's discussing sex and beauty, personal style, travel and entertaining, motherhood, or friendship, Molly embodies the spirit of being fabulous at every age, and reminds us all that prettiness is a state of mind." 7 PM.

Planetarium Superheroes show from the Marvel Universe @Aero Theatre
Tonight at 7:30 Michael Mallory, the author of X-Men: The Characters and Their Universe and The Marvel Expanding Universe Wall Chart, will present a planetarium show and talk about all the characters and their relationships and take audience questions. Followed by a showing of X-MEN (2000), Prior to the screening, new art from Marvel Comics on exhibit and book signing with Michael Mallory at Every Picture Tells a Story at 6 PM. Event info.

Julius Caesar @Brand Park
Shakespeare By the Sea heads into the hills of Glendale tonight with their free performance of Julius Caesar. 7PM, Brand Park.

Free Live Music: Hide & Seek at the West Los Angeles Bandshell
If you’ve never been to the West Los Angeles Bandshell, FMLY says it's a "magical hidden space right across the street from West LA Music." [map] Enjoy a free concert from Adam Stern and Elevaters as part of Hide and Seek Summer. Get up and dance, and eat some KogiBBQ while you're there, too.