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POLTICAL KARAOKE*: It’s election season, and what better way to celebrate it then by singing a little “Executive Order Karaoke” at MOCA Grand Avenue’s Sculpture Plaza? The event is part of MOCA’s Engagement Party series, a “public action in which participants are invited to sing their favorite mixes of George W. Bush’s executive orders to popular music.” There’s a prize for the best act as well as hors d’oeuvres and cash bar (for those who need a shot of liquid courage before karaoke.) The singing commences at 7 pm.

TASTING BURBANK: Tonight’s the Taste of Downtown Burbank, a food festival that showcases Burbank’s top eating establishments and benefits the community’s YMCA. From 5:30 to 9:30 tonight, eaters can stroll San Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia and Orange Grove and sample and graze for $30. It’s $10 extra if you want to add a beer and wine ticket. There will be 40 restaurants providing the eats, and music by Phat Cats Swinger and City Beat. Children 12 years and younger are $10 and group discounts are available.