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What You're Doing Tonight: Dec. 11



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    Applaud Walken buffs portraying the one-of-a-kind actor at Theatre 68, on Thursday, December 11 (and December 18, too)

    "ALL ABOUT WALKEN": Not everyone has the same favorite actor, but pretty much everyone in the known universe has a soft spot for Christopher Walken (we frequently quote the night-driving scene from "Annie Hall" ourselves). Now a troupe of be-wigged devotees pay homage to the man through heartfelt impersonations. Thursday, December 11 and 18, 8PM. $15. Theatre 68, 5419 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles. 310-663-4050

    DOES MOM LIKE METAL SCULPTURE? It's the second Thursday of the month, meaning the Downtown Art Walk is hot. Have you been yowling about wanting something unique for the people in your world this holiday? Zip it and shop it (if you can't find the art you crave, there are museum gift stores along the way, too). Thursday, December 11, noon-9PM. Free. Maps are available on the site, but many galleries can be found along Spring and Main in the heart of downtown. 213-624-6212

    HOLIDAY SCREENING: Many Christmas films reach for the holly-laden crown of greatness; "Miracle on 34th Street" grasped it. Little Natalie Wood, vintage Macy's and one very wise Santa make for a teary evening for us, and anyone who has ever caught a snowflake on their tongue and made a wish. The print is newly restored (this is the Academy, after all). Thursday, December 11, 7:30PM. $5 general. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 8949 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills. 310-247-3600