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MUSIC: The 1st & Central Summer Concerts at the Japanese American National Museum continues tonight with Greek vocalist Savina Yannatou and classically trained, Iranian-born singer Mamak Khadem who’ll offer traditional sounds of the Mediterranean and Middle East. The concert begins at 6:30 pm in Little Tokyo.

FILM: There’s a great double feature tonight at the Aero in Santa Monica at 7:30 pm featuring the work of Chinatown cinematographer John A. Alonzo, who also did Harold and Maude -- that great love story between suicidal youngster Bud Cort and an eccentric, 80-year-old Ruth Gordon. It’s followed by The Man Who Shot Chinatown; The Life and Work of John A. Alonzo.