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CALENDAR: Pilgrim festival, film premiere, lectures, election

PILGRIM PLACE FESTIVAL The 68th annual Pilgrim Place Festival takes place today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The free event features crafts, jewelry, fabric creations, paintings, music, food and children’s activities, including the beloved “glue in,” where kids recycle all manner of household items into unique sculptures. More information is at pilgrimplace.org/pilgrim_place_festival.php. 625 Mayflower Rd., Claremont.

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CALENDAR: Daylight Savings, Art Fiesta, tree planting!

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ENDS TOMORROW It’s time to fall back, with daylight saving time ceding to standard time early tomorrow. Daylight saving time—often (incorrectly) called daylight savings time—will end at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 6. Daylight saving time in the United States was not intended to benefit farmers, as many people think. In fact, the agriculture industry was deeply opposed to the time switch when it was first implemented on March 31, 1918.

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CALENDAR: Noonish concerts, Zombie band, comedy

NOONISH CONCERT SERIES Scripps College’s Friday “Noon” concert series continues at 12:15 p.m. today with “Opus Femina,” featuring Rachel V. Huang (Scripps faculty) on violin; Cynthia R. Fogg (Pomona faculty) on viola and Tatiana Thibodeaux (Scripps faculty) on piano. The group will perform the music of Rebecca Clarke, Leslie La Barre, and Dora Peja?evi? at Balch Auditorium, 1030 Columbia Ave. More information is available at (909) 607-3266.

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Violent Femmes: still in the game, rocks at Fox Theater

The legend of the Violent Femmes’ big break is a classic “Kid, I’m gonna make you a star” tale. It’s 1981, and Chrissie Hynde and the late James Honeyman-Scott happen upon the nascent Femmes busking on the street near the Oriental Theater in Milwaukee, where their band, The Pretenders, is playing that night. The rockstars offer the upstart kids a slot on the big stage.

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