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Stars fall on Alabama Saturday

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Xmas shopping procrastinators rejoice: Amoeba Records opens early (10am) and doesn't close until 8:30pm tonight.

If shopping traffic makes you look for liquid solace, Silverlake Wine has special xmas eve hours: 9am-7pm.

The LA County Arts Commission sponsors, for the 41st year, 6 hours of free holiday entertainmentat the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Choirs, dance theaters, and special guests the Blind Boys of Alabama are on the bill. First come, first served; doors open at 2:30 and shut after the 8pm performances.

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Stu & Lew's Schmooz-a-Palooza is a networking party for hip Jewish folks. Tonight marks their 11th annual gathering at the House of Blues; that's right, they're always held on Christmas Eve. Heh. That should keep the goyim to a minimum.

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