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Upcoming Events

TODAY: Paley Fest seshes at BevHills’ Saban Theater continue all week starting with “White Collar,” followed by “Hot in Cleveland” (Tuesday); “Parks and Recreation” (Wednesday); “Eastbound and Down” (Thursday); an evening with Jimmy Fallon (Friday); “Freaks and Geeks” and “Undeclared” (Saturday); and “Supernatural” (Sunday). Paleycenter.org

TUESDAY: SAG Foundation presents a perf of “Love, Loss and What I Wore” followed by Q&A with thesps Katrina Bowden, Orfeh and Kim Zimmer. Gotham’s Westside Theater. Sagfoundation.org

Tina Fey and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center host a family carnival to benefit the Pediatric Family Housing Endowment, FAO Schwartz on Fifth Avenue. Mskcc.org

FRIDAY: A screening of 1958’s “A Thousand Cranes” opens the fourth annual New York Peace Film Festival. Through Saturday at Gotham’s Unitarian Church of All Souls. Nypeacefilmfest.com

SUNDAY: Eva Marie Saint and Jeffrey Hayden perform “Love Letters” as a benefit for the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles. Writers Guild Theater. EpilepsyFoundationGLA.org

MARCH 14: Alec Baldwin will be feted by the Roundabout Theater with its Jason Robards Award. Roseland Ballroom. Roundabouttheatre.org

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