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WEDNESDAY

• The best selling duo of all time—Hall & Oates—perform tonight at the Greek Theatre at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $29-65.

• The Black Keys, SSM and Mad Man Moon are on tonight at the Galaxy Theatre at 8 PM. Tickets are $15.

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• AFI at ArcLight presents a special screening of The French Connection tonight at 8 PM.

• A limited number of tickets are available for the LA premiere of David Cronenberg's newest, A History of Violence, starring Viggo Mortensen, Maria Bello, William Hurt and Ed Harris, which screens tonight at 7:30 PM at the Egyptian Theatre. Tickets are $60 general public, $50 Cinematheque members, which includes admission to the post-screening party.

• Author Aimee Bender signs Willful Creatures: Stories at Dutton's Brentwood tonight at 7 PM.

THURSDAY

• The Section Quartet performs Pink Floyd tonight at The Echo, also featuring Helen Stellar, Adelade and Arco. Doors open at 8 PM; cover is $8. [18+]

The Wiltern hosts a Concert for Katrina Relief, featuring Fiona Apple, David Cross, Dave Grohl, Josh Homme with Jesse Hughes, Sarah Silverman and Tenacious D. Doors open at 7 PM; tickets are $65 and $100.

• The legendary Fishbone performs tonight at The Scene with Zombi and Midway. Cover is $10.

• Terry Gross, the host of "Fresh Air" on NPR, will be speaking tonight at Royce Hall as part of UCLA Live! at 8 PM. Tickets are $20-35 ($15 for UCLA students).

• Professor Sharon Dolovich and Judge Sol Wachtler will discuss correctional facilities in the US as part of a program in collaboration with the UCLA School of Law at the Hammer Museum tonight at 7 PM.

FRIDAY

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• Red Sparrows, Upsilon Acrux and Zombi perform tonight at Spaceland. Doors open at 9 PM.

• Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel & Dimed, will be signing her newest, Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream at Skylight Books tonight at 7:30 PM.

SATURDAY

The Echo hosts Mono, Bellini (featuring Damon Che of Don Caballero) and Sleeping People, at 6:30 PM. Tickets are $10 advance, $12 day of. [18+]

• The Museum of Television & Radio hosts a special Muppet event from 12 – 5 PM, featuring a special screening of Fraggle Rock, as well as puppet-making (for the kids), a special sneak preview of the new series Frances, Lisa Henson signing It's Not Easy Being Green and Brian Henson hosting a screening of Jim Henson's The Storyteller. Tickets are limited (reservations are suggested); admission is $5.

SUNDAY

• Cage and special guest EL-P perform with Mike Relm tonight at the Knitting Factory at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $17.

&bulll; Dead Can Dance and Nouvelle Vague are on stage at the Hollywood Bowl tonight at 7 PM. Tickets are $14-21.

• Rem Koolhaas, Mark Wigley, Sylvia Lavin and Ole Bouman will be discussing "Power and Architecture" at the Hammer Museum today at noon.

MONDAY

• At REDCAT, local filmmaker Rebecca Baron premieres her documentary on the Mass Observation project, How Little We Know of Our Neighbors, tonight at 8 PM. Tickets are $8.

Tickets are now on sale to see The Dandy Warhols at Avalon on November 18.