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Divorce Clinic Legal Aid Society office 416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd. June 19, 9 a.m. Along with income, consumer spending and employment, the recession might hurt our divorce rate as well. So maybe this free divorce clinic from the Legal Aid Society, in which people can receive assistance from attorneys in completing paperwork needed to file for divorce, will help us maintain the high-level of unsuccessful marriages we're accustomed to. USA! USA! USA! Skull Alley's first anniversary Skull Alley 1017 E. Broadway June 19 and 20, 7 p.m. Louisville's "all ages venue, screen printing shop, record label, and so much more" turns 1 year old this weekend and is celebrating with two nights of the rock and/or roll. Each evening features four bands and tickets are $5 per day. Howl at the Moon -- Dog Hike Jefferson Memorial Forest Horine Reservation June 19, 7 p.m. This evening of humping, butt sniffing and territory marking should allow you to make it up to Fido that he's no longer allowed at the Bardstown Road Farmers' Market. Staff at the Jefferson Memorial Forest will lead owners and their dogs on this nighttime hike. Non-retractable leashes are required, and the cost is $6 a dog. Louisville Ale Club Derby City Espresso 331 E. Market St. June 20, 5 p.m. Focusing on lagers, the Louisville Ale Club's June meeting also will feature live music, and attendees can order food to be delivered from Jimmy Johns. (It's usually best to eat a little something when researching beers.) Author Event: David Sedaris Carmichael's Bookstore 2720 Frankford Ave. June 21, 4 p.m Get to Carmichael's Frankfort Avenue location early for humorist David Sedaris's reading and book signing -- like now. Carmichael's already has started distributing line numbers to purchasers of a Sedaris item. Video and audio of the reading will be broadcast to what's expected to be an overflow crowd. A street party complete with a photo booth, a guy selling wieners and cornhole will accompany Sedaris's appearance. (Photo: Flickr Aaron M)

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