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Today's events (March 3)

 

■ Films: 'The Seventh Victim,' 'The Curse of the Cat People'

The classic horror films "The Seventh Victim" and "Curse of the Cat People" will be screened today (March 3) at the Stanford Theatre, 221 University Avenue, Palo Alto. "The Seventh Victim" plays at 7:30 p.m. with "The Curse of the Cat People" playing before and after the main feature. Tickets are $7. For more information, visit Stanford Theatre.

■ Lecture: Transgender health

Public-health consultant Willy Wilkinson will discuss discrimination against transgender people in the world of health care today (March 3) at noon at the LGBT Community Resources Center (Fire Truck House), 433 Santa Theresa St., Stanford. Lunch will be provided. For more information, visit Stanford Events.

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