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Get Out: 'Say Anything,' Nowruz & a Native American Show

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NEW YEAR: Today you can ring in the Iranian new year Nowruz at LACMA, which promises that the fourth year of its festival will be bigger and better than ever. The festivities go from 11 am until 7 pm and they include traditional Persian music & dancing, a live performance by pop star KamyR, short films and a banner contest. For the full itinerary, go here.

DOUBLE FEATURE: Cameron Crowe fans will want to check out the current double feature at the New Beverly. "Say Anything" will be playing today (and tomorrow) at 7:30 pm, and "Almost Famous" will be playing at 9:30 pm. For more information, check out the New Beverly's website.

THEATRE: The final performance of "Walking on Turtle Island" is at the Autry today at 2 pm and you can check out our review here. For more information, check out The Autry's website.