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Lots to do today and this weekend, so LAist has split it up into two easy-to-manage posts for your reading convenience. Expect the weekend update later in the day.

The critically acclaimed Mexican film Amores Perros is screening at the UCLA Hammer Museum. Part of the exhibit Made in Mexico, the film is part of an on-going series of cultural events featuring art and film that is about (or made in) Mexico. The film begins at 8:00 PM in the outdoor courtyard.

Part of One Colorado's on-going Blonde Film Festival, tonight the series features the 1955 Marilyn Monroe classic The Seven Year Itch. Admittance is free, but LAist recommends arriving early to get a good seat. The movie begins at 8:30 PM.

LA's own pop darlings Rilo Kiley perform tonight at the Ford Amphitheater in support of their new album, More Adventurous, out this August. Doors open at 6:00 PM.

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The opening of Rochelle Botello and Martin Kirchner's show at South La Brea Gallery runs from 7:00-10:00 PM tonight.

And don't forget the Extreme Wine Tasting at the Echo. The event begins at 7:30 PM and tickets are $18.00. Don't leave your ID at home; 21+.

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