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Sept. 20: Today's events 

Here's what's going on today (Thursday, Sept. 20): American Autumn, the first film made by the Occupy movement, screens at 7 p.m. at the Sentient Bean. At 6:30, at the Jepson Center, the Gray's Reef Ocean Film Festival begins with a documentary about loggerhead sea turtles. At the Live Wire, it's General Patton & the Heads of State; Souls Harbor plays Screamin' Mimi's.

 

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