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• Indie 103 presents The Wedding Present with Crystal Skulls at the Troubadour tonight. Doors open at 8 PM; tickets are $15 advance.

• At the Hotel Cafe, see AM with Buddy, Brad Byrd, Single File and others TBA, starting at 8 PM.

• At the Egyptian Theatre, an 8:00 PM screening of Raging Bull preceded by a boxing demonstration by former Golden Gloves Champion Mickey Jones in the courtyard at 7:30 PM.

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• Legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser will be speaking tonight at Art Center's Ahmanson Theatre. The lecture is free, but LAist recommends showing up well before the 7:30 PM start time.

• It's opening night for Andres Serrano's new show at The Erotic Museum. The History of Sex will officially open its doors at 7 PM. Tickets are $12.95, and you have until 11 PM to enjoy all the titilation you can handle.