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33rd Annual PaleyFest TV Festival in Hollywood; Art Walk After Party at Think Tank Gallery

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

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HOLLYWOODThe Paley Center for Media is packing the Dolby Theatre (6801 Hollywood Boulevard) full of your favorite TV shows starting this weekend with a full lineup of special guests, exclusive screenings, and behind-the-scenes news. Celebrate the beginning of this year's PaleyFest with an opening night presentation of Empire on Friday at 7:30pm, and head to the website for info on screening times for some of your favorite shows, including Scandal, Scream Queens, and The Big Bang Theory. The week-long TV festival is scheduled to run from March 11th to the 20th, and you can purchase tickets here or pick up special screening passes here to ensure great seats.

DOWNTOWN—With the cake-tastic installation Break Bread coming to a close, Think Tank Gallery (939 Maple Avenue) is hosting an incredible night of performances and booze, featuring Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil. First, enjoy the six, caked-out chambers designed by Scott Hove and Baker's Son before moving into the main gallery and lounge, where you can mingle with Zumanity performers before and after enjoying a few private events (snag tickets here before they totally sell out).  The event starts at 4pm tomorrow, and it's a great place to grab a drink while taking in DTLA's Art Walk. The front art installation area remains free and open to the public until doors close at 1am.