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Arts and Entertainment

Pencil This In: 24-hour Screening of 'The Clock' at LACMA, Beer Appreciation at Spring Street Smokehouse and Dance Performance at the Beach House

The art film, The Clock by Christian Marclay, runs at LACMA through 11 am tomorrow morning. (Film still courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery, New York)
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It’s a School Night at Bardot in Hollywood features live sets by Obi Best (9:45 pm), Gardens & Villa at 11 pm, Hands at midnight. DJ sets by Chris Douridas and Hot Sugar (12:30 am). Free with RSVP. Over at the Hotel Cafe, check out Yael Naim with Haroula Rose from 7-9pm and Kristeen Young at 9 pm. BEER
It’s Beer Appreciation Night at the Spring Street Smokehouse in Chinatown. Special guest from The Bruery will host a tasting of special releases and year-round favorites. 7 pm. Tickets: $25 and reservations are suggested:213-626-0535

There’s a Nearly Full Moon Adventure tonight at 7 pm at Franklin Canyon. Explore the trails and park by moonlight with a two-hour hike. All ages welcome. Meet at the Franklin Canyon Ranch. Rain cancels the hike.

A free 24-hour screening of Christian Marclay’s the clock, 2010, began at 11 am and will be on view through 11 am tomorrow at LACMA’s Bing Theater. The Clock is a 24-hour single-channel montage, assembled from thousands of scenes from film and television that depict the passage of time. The film serves as a timepiece as it’s synchronized to local time wherever the film is screened. No reservations needed, but seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tonight the Annenberg Beach House’s artist-in-residence Keith Glassman ends his tenure with a site-specific performance of Timeless: Marxist Dances at the Beach. “Learn what surfing and the Marx Brothers have in common.” The performance takes place outside and throughout various parts of the Beach House, so wear layers and comfy shoes.

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Tonight, REDCAT continues its series of concerts of composer Sofia Gubaidulina’s works. 8:30 pm. General admission tickets: $20.

*Pencil pick of the day

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