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At The Echo, the Silversun Pickups are taking over Tuesdays in September. Tonight they perform with Aaron Espinoza from Earlimart, Patrick Park and Rex Aquarium. The show starts at 8:30 PM and admission is free. (21+)

This afternoon at LACMA, see the 1:00 PM screening of the 1946 film Night and Day, starring Cary Grant, Jane Wyman, Eve Arden and Alan Hale (aka The Skipper).

At the ArcLight, check out night one of the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival. The LA Shorts Fest—the largest short film festival in the world—runs through the 13th. For a full list of programs and events (and to purchase tickets), click here.