TARGET FREE HOLIDAY MONDAY: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is once again opening its doors, sans admission, in honor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday; Target is the sponsor of the day. The Pan Afrikan People's Arkestra will be performing twice around lunch and early afternoon; get times and details, and find out what exhibits are on now. The museum is open through 8 p.m.
DAY OF SERVICE: There are several daytime events planned to honor the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, in addition to the museum waiving entry fees. The Kingdom Day Parade and festival at Leimert Park are both happening today, as are several other events, including mural painting and gardening at Thomas Edison Middle School. Find your place to commemorate the day.
"BRAZIL": Jonathan Pryce negotiating his way through a Terry-Gilliam-designed dystopia? With Monty Pythoner Michael Palin? This movie recently marked a quarter century, and is still like something that landed from two hundred years in the future. It's at New Beverly tonight, with the charming "Delicatessen." First film is at 7:30 p.m.