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It's going to be a slow week in the events section as the city shuts down to celebrate the holidays. But never fear, there is still some entertainment to be had:

At the New Beverly Cinema, show up at 7:00 PM to see Clint Eastwood's High Plains Drifter, or just show up at 9:00 PM for a screening of Sergio Leone's epic Western masterpiece Once Upon a Time in the West, starring Charles Bronson.

Or, if an leisurely afternoon is more your style, head to LACMA for a 2:00 PM tour of the newly opened exhibit "The Arts and Crafts Movement in Europe and America: Design for the Modern World, 1880–1920." Those interested in the history of Los Angeles will certainly get an earful about the Craftsman legacy of Pasadena and the Foothill communities.