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Events for week of May 21

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TODAY: United Friends of the Children fetes Shonda Rhimes with its Brass Ring Award. Beverly Hilton. UnitedFriends.org

TUESDAY: Burt Bacharach, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, JD Souther and others take part in the Songs of Our Lives benefit for the Fulfillment Fund. Geffen Playhouse. Fulfillment.org/concert

WEDNESDAY: Jerry Bruckheimer will be honored by the Simon Wiesenthal Center at its National Tribute dinner emceed by Jeffrey Katzenberg. Beverly Hilton.

Wiesenthal.com

THURSDAY: Bernadette Peters receives lifetime achievement honors from the New Dramatists at its 63rd annual Spring Luncheon. New York Marriott Marquis.

NewDramatists.org

Sharon Stone hosts the 12th annual Lupus LA Orange Ball featuring a perf by Natasha Bedingfield. Beverly Wilshire. LupusLA.org/events

MAY 29: The Paley Center for Media in Gotham hosts an Evening with Christopher Plummer. PaleyCenter.org

MAY 30: Jon Stewart and Elmo host Sesame Workshop’s 10th annual benefit dinner saluting Bill Clinton and United Healthcare.

Cipriani 42nd Street.

Sesame.org

MAY 31: Kirk Douglas joins actor Liam McIntyre and “Spartacus: Vengeance” creator Steven S. DeKnight to discuss the legend of the Greek warrior and Douglas’ upcoming e-book “I Am Spartacus! Making a Film, Breaking the Blacklist.” ATAS’ Leonard Goldenson Theater. Emmys.tv

Seth MacFarlane and Leslie Gilbert-Lurie will be feted by the Heart Project, a stay-in-school initiative. Wallis Annenberg Building at the California Science Center. TheHeartProject.org

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