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Saturday, May 21st
• 8:00 pm : Selected Shorts: The Love Story Weekend--Marital Matters at the Getty Center
• 11:00 am : ArtsDay panels at UCLA Extension
• 4:00 pm : LACC Creative Writing Content Winners read works
• 7:30 pm : Alicia Erian reads her book "Towelhead"
• 7:30 pm : lecture on "Artist & the City as Social Imagination" at Villa Aurora

•8:00 pm: Cinespia presents "The Bad and the Beautiful" at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Sunday, May 22nd
•Selected Shorts: The Love Story Weekend--Breakups... at the Getty Center
• 2:00 pm : Judy Chicago at Dutton's Brentwood
• 5:00 pm : Martha Cooley & M.G. Lord at the Hammer Museum
• 5:30 pm : Michael Connelly
• 8:00 pm : Wasp & Orchid martial arts choreography seminar

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Monday, May 23rd
7:00 pm : Chuck Palahniuk at Book Soup, WEHO
• 7:00 pm : Bastide's Ludovic Lefebvre
• 7:00 pm : Martha Cooley at Dutton's Brentwood