What’s Happening: May 22-30

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Jeffrey Tambor Discusses “Are You Anybody?”

WHERE: Skylight Books

WHEN: May 24, 7:30 pm

WHAT: Tambor, the Arrested Development and Transparent star (also owner of Skylight) will read from his new memoir. Be sure to show up early—there’s bound to be a crowd.

WHY: Tambor’s book features the word ‘chutzpah’ prominently.

Pride Comedy Festival

WHERE: Various Locations

WHEN: May 23-24

WHAT: An oh-so-secret comedy lineup of LA’s finest LQBTQIA comics

WHY: It’s only $20, and all proceeds go toward local LGBTQIA charities

Confluence X Ace present a Dinner in Support of Tehachapi Grain Project

WHERE: The Theater at Ace Hotel

WHEN: May 26, 7 pm

WHAT: A dinner to raise funds for Southern California farmers to build an heirloom grain belt.

WHY: Find out what on earth heirloom grain belt is.

“How to Kill a City”

WHERE: The Last Bookstore

WHEN: May 30, 7:30 pm

WHAT: Journalist Peter Moskowitz reads from his new novel on gentrification in LA

WHY: It’s something we could all stand to learn more about

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