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It's a slow week in town, but show up at the Egyptian Theatre at 8:00 PM to see the Jean-Pierre Jeunet Tribute, featuring the films Delicatessen and Amelie. Jeunet will be on-hand for a discussion following the films, schedule permitting.

At 7:00 PM, Amoeba Music will be hosting the reunited American Music Club, playing songs off their new album, Love Songs for Patriots.

At the Silverlake Lounge, show up around 9:00 PM for a free show featuring Helen Stellar, Electromagnetic, Miranda Lee Richards and Anchors for Architects.

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