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Throw on a hoodie and some comfy pants and head out now to make the 2 p.m. start of the Radical Women's International Women’s Day Celebration talk called "Art, Media & Revolution – Three Feminist Visionaries Speak Out." Panelists include artist Susana De Leon, poet Ashley Love, and journalist Amanda Rossi. If getting in touch with your inner grrrrrl makes you hungry, a "rebel-girl supper with vegetarian option" follows at 4:30.

2:00 p.m., "rebel-girl" supper at 4:30 p.m. // Solidarity Hall // 2170 West Washington Blvd. // $2 donation for talk, $8 donation for supper

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Feelin' the luck o'the Irish? Get yourself out to Pomona then to experience a bit of the shamrockin' life at the L.A. County Irish Fair & Music Festival, in its second and last day until 6 tonight. See toe-tapping bands like Gaelic Storm, Emerald Society Drums and Pipers, Twilight Lords, and the Mulligans, along with troupe after troupe of traditional and contemporary dancers and cloggers. There's a whole artisan village set up, and more leprechauns than you can shake a stick at.

10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. // Fairplex // 1101 W. McKinley Ave. Pomona CA 91768 (909) 623-3111 // $18, $14 seniors & students, children 11 and under free

Cal State Long Beach's Pow Wow is an annual American Indian social event. The celebration brings together performers and crafts from many different tribes, such as Apache, Chumash, Navajo, Choctaw and Lakota. Enjoy arts, vendors, gourd dancing, and delicious food. Folding chairs are recommended. So are the Navajo tacos. In fact, Navajo tacos are highly recommended. Park in Student Lots 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 17, or 18.

11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. // CSULB // 1250 Bellflower Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90840 // FREE

Dietrich & Chevalier: The Musical at the Santa Monica Playhouse tells the love story of 30s cinema stars Marlene Dietrich and Maurice Chevalier. The bio-musical is enhanced by 15 signature songs. Oui, oui, mon cherie!

7 p.m. // Santa Monica Playhouse // 1211 4th Street // Santa Monica//$19 Buy tickets online

Catch a pre-release screening followed by a Q&A session of Patricia Riggen's upcoming film Under The Same Moon, written by Ligiah Villalobos. The family-friendly story is told in Spanish with English subtitles, and looks at the contentious issue of illegal immigration through the lives of a mother and son pair. The film stars Kate del Castillo, Adrian Alonso, Eugenio Derbez, and America Ferrera. Riggen and Villalobos will be on hand for the Q&A.

7:00 p.m. // ArcLight Hollywood // 6360 W. Sunset Blvd // $12 members, $11 non-members

Canuck import Norm MacDonald hits the stage at the Brea Improv tonight for a special engagement. The quirky curly-top comedian may best be known for his wry delivery of the news on SNL, or his ubiquitous film cameos of the last 15 or so year.

7:00 p.m. // Brea Improv // 120 South Brea Blvd, Brea // (714) 482-0700 // $30

LAist's Special Projects Editor Elise Thompson contributed to this post

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