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PERFORMANCE: Tonight at the Platinum Club in Studio City, cult movie impresarios, Charles Band, founder of sci fi/horror movie studio Full Moon Features, will stage a Halloween incarnation of his “Full Moon Horror Road Show” with ticket proceeds to benefit the Special Olympics. This variety show will include puppets, creatures and rare film clips, appealing to horror movie fans and fans of the Puppet Master film series. For ticket info and to view clips from last year’s spooky Full Moon Horror Road Show, please visit The show begins at 8 pm.

’80s FILM CLASSICS*: S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders celebrates its 25th anniversary tonight at the Aero Theatre at 7:30 pm. (Yes, that’s 25 years!) Another Francis Ford Coppola movie Rumble Fish is the second film on the double feature bill.

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ART: Artist Jim Dine’s installation of sculpture and poetry is the first contemporary art project at the Getty Villa. “Jim Dine: Poet Singing (The Flowering Sheets)” was inspired by three sculptures in the Getty Museum's antiquities collection: Poet as Orpheus with Two Sirens (about 350-300 B.C.), Statuette of a Dancer (300-200 B.C.) and Statuette of a Dancer Playing the Lyre (200-100 B.C.). The exhibit, which opens today and is on display through February, is Dine’s own interpretation of the poet and the dancers.