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Pencil This In: Monday

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Yes, it's a Monday. Uggh. But there are a bunch of interesting events happening around town tonight that may help turn that frown upside down.

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WORDS: Author Naomi Wolf visits the LA Central Library for “Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for American Revolutionaries.” She’ll discuss what it means “to live in a free democracy, and [provide] a reminder that it’s possible for ordinary people to achieve extraordinary things--to get inspired and make a difference on their own.”

MUSIC: The German-American jazz collective, the North Atlantic Jazz Alliance, a fuses “jazz adaptations of classical pieces with touches of avant-garde compositions and funk-infused, straight-ahead rhythms.” There’s a free show tonight @ California Plaza at 8 pm brought to us by the Consulate General of Germany in Los Angeles, the Goethe Institut Los Angeles, the German-American Cultural Society and the Los Angeles-Berlin Sister City Committee. Feel free to pack a picnic dinner. And maybe a blanket.