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This post is sadly short, partly because Tuesdays are historically slow in terms of interesting things to do, and partly because LAist is up far too early in order to drive to the dreaded OC. Heading south in rush hour traffic is not high on our list of fun activities, so we hope our readers take one of these suggestions to heart and have more fun today than we're going to.

At The Roxy, enjoy some raucous Swedish pop songs when KCRW presents Sahara Hotnights with Paris Texas. Doors open at 8:00 PM and tickets are $14.50.

Or if film is more your speed (no pun intended), the Silver Lake Film Festival continues this week at the ArcLight. Click here for daily schedules and event information.