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Pencil This In: Old Jews Telling Jokes, Letting Go of Bad Habits & More

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Jokes
Tonight at the Skirball Cultural Center comedians Sam Hoffman and Eric Spiegelman will talk about their newsest book, "Old Jews Telling Jokes." LAist's Jonathan Peters interviewed the two earlier this week.Meditation
Do you have bad habits you need to let go of? Do you need the confidence in yourself to make that change? "Learn simple yet effective meditations that we can use in our daily lives to shed the limitations that bind us as we strive to improve ourselves and be of greatest benefit to others," says the Kadampa Meditation Center California, which is holding classes every Wednesday through October 13th at their center across the freeway from Elysian Park. The 7 p.m. classes are $12. Drop ins welcome.

Burger Night
Every Wednesday evening at the Larchmont Grill is Burger Night, complete with a specials for the weekly event only. Take a stab at their menu of 12 burgers, which includes salmon, kobe, carnitas jalepeno and veggie burgers.

Mystery Beer Night
Also on Wednesdays at Good Microbrew in Silver Lake, it's Mystery Beer Night from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. It's $3 for microbrews, drafts and bottles, but what are they?