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• Viva Voce, Ill Lit and Summer at Shatter Creek perform tonight at Spaceland. Doors open at 9 PM.

Fahey/Klein Gallery has an opening night reception for two new photography shows tonight from 7 – 9 PM. Opening tonight are shows by masters of the baroque, bizarre and the body—Joel Peter Witkin's Heart Beats Dust and Alvin Booth's Projections. Both shows run until June 18th.

• At the Egyptian Theatre, see a screening of Zombie Honeymoon, a film about true love and bloodlust. The film begins at 7:30 PM.

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LACMA has the 6:30 PM Masters of Architecture Lecture: Richard Meier. Tickets are $12 general admission; $10 AIA and LACMA members; $5 senior 62+ and students with ID; free to students from USC and CalPoly Pomona.

• In that same vein, interested parties may want to check out the Architecture Days series put on by Architectural Digest. Tours include visits to architectural landmarks and marvels all over the city.