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What You're Doing Tonight: Nov. 17



    Be the Toast of the Breeders’ Cup
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    Kim Deal knows her way around a chord or two. Need proof? Find it at the Wiltern, Monday, November 17.

    DEALS DELIVER: Kim Deal is one of those people who seemed to touch every major late '80s/early '90s musical project. Did we say touch? We meant rock out, oversee, write, be at the center of. The Pixies guitarist joins sister Kelley on stage. It's The Breeders, people. Do you need to time travel back and tell your former self that you're seeing them? Monday, November 17, 8PM. $25. 3790 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. 213-388-1400

    KENNETH ANGER: REDCAT pays tribute to the man who has had his finger on the pop-culture pulse for several decades, with a screening of some of his classic and current shorts (including a look at the late Elliott Smith). The filmmaker (who also famously authored the dishy "Hollywood Babylon") is making an appearance at the event. Monday, November 17, 8:30PM. $9. Roy and Edna Disney/CALARTS Theater, 631 W. Second Street, Los Angeles. 213-237-2800

    SO, HI, IN THAT ONE SCENE, WHY DID THE PROFILER DO THAT ONE THING? DISCUSS: Fans can get obsessed with television series, but the ins-and-outs of "Criminal Minds" are followed, like, microscopically. If you've ever wanted to try your hand at writing a procedural, best get yourself to this event and ask all the questions you can think of. Monday, November 17, 7PM. $25. The Paley Center for Media, 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills. 310-786-1091