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Monday, Blaise

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After the thrill of the weekend, LAist is afraid tonight's entertainment is a mite sparse. Have some comedy or a little music—there's always karaoke at The Bigfoot Lounge—and relax away the dreaded Monday.

Enjoy a laugh at Largo tonight with the Paul F Tompkins Show. You might remember Paul from his appearances on "Mr Show," or if you are a fan of "Real Time with Bill Maher," you will recognize Paul as the smarmy comic who covers for Bill between his opening monologue and his mad dash to his seat. Doors open at 8:00 PM.

Tonight at the Hotel Cafe, have a nice, quiet evening with two fine singer-songwriters. Jonathan Rice will be preceded by Chicagoan Rachael Yamagata, starting around 9:00 PM.

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