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Weekend Events: Miches For Peace, Daft Punk Night, Los Tigres Del Norte, and APL’s Smoked Sticky Pork Ribs

11:00 AM PDT on March 31, 2022

photo: Cesar Hernandez for LA TACO

We can’t bear the thought of you being bored this weekend. So we’ve put together a grip of weekend events highlighting some of the fun things to do over the next few days in and around Los Angeles.

    • Thursday March 31 ~ Westwood

The ancient Gabrielino/Tongva village site of Kuruvungna in West L.A.'s Sawtelle neighborhood is sustained today on two acres of land off Santa Monica Boulevard. Tonight, Bob Ramirez, president of the Gabrielino/Tongva Springs Foundation, will detail the ecological restoration to preserve and protect the Kuruvungna Village Springs site, as well as share plans for the future at UCLA's La Kretz Garden Pavilion. 6pm, 707 Tiverton Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90024, RSVP for the free event here.

    • Thursday March 31 ~ Highland Park

Paisaboys are throwing a Grammy party for the quadruple nominated Nascent Beats at York Manor tonight, featuring crunch wraps and tacos from Chingon Catering, DJs, and a few surprises. 4908 York Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90042

    • Friday, April 1 ~ Citywide

DineLA Restaurant Week begins on April 1, kicking off 15 days of epicurean offerings at L.A. restaurants, who create specially priced lunch and dinner menus priced between $15-$65. New participating restaurants include Yangban Society, Fanny's, Sugarfish, and Maccheroni Republic. See the full list of participating restaurants here.

    • Friday, April 1 ~ Hollywood

Humans have been through the wringer in the past couple of years. The only solution is to dance. Friday brings "Daft Punk Night" to Club Decades at the legendary Boardner's in Hollywood, a high energy tribute to artists including M.I.A., LCD Soundsystem, Miike Snow, Peaches, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Daft Punk, among others.  $10-$20, 9:30pm, 1652 N Cherokee Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028

    • Friday, April 1 ~ Sawtelle

Hermanito on Sawtelle is holding a Friday night kickback called "Friday Grooves," with music, food, and drinks from 7pm-closing. 2024 Sawtelle Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025

    • Saturday, April 2 ~ Hollywood

Mexico city multimedia artist Abraham Cruzvillegas has an exhibition of paintings, sculpture, and sculpture called "Tres Sonetos" at Regen Projects gallery in Hollywood, running through April 23. 6750 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90038  

    • Saturday, April 2 ~ Downtown

Sinaloa-cum-NorCal Norteño legends Los Tigres del Norte are bringing their reunion tour to Arena on Saturday night, playing favorites from their 50-year career. Should be a banger. Tickets here.

    • Saturday, April 2 ~ Ontario

Catch up with La Novia's modern Mexican recipes over brunch of bacon breakfast sandwiches and housemade chorizo at Ontario's combination barbershop/espresso hub Espresso Cuts Coffee on Saturday. 9am-1pm, 215 East C Street, Ontario, Ca 91764

    • Saturday, April 2, Sunday 3 ~ Santa Ana

Santa Ana's Alta Baja Market will donate 100% of all michelada sales, including to-go miches and non-alcoholic michealadas Topa Chica, to World Central Kitchen in what it's calling "Miches For Peaces." 201 E 4th St., Ste# 101 Santa Ana, CA 92701

    • Sunday April 3 ~ Downtown

Reggae on the Row is a weekly pop-up event in Downtown, bringing together artisan-made crafts, food, coffee, fashion, and a powerful, reggae-fueled, custom sound system at Bodega Califas every Sunday afternoon. 12-5pm, 774 Gladys Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90021

    • Sunday April 3 ~ Pasadena

Barbecue master Adam Perry Lang is setting up his smokers in Pasadena every day through this Sunday. Smoked meat fanatics will find expertly prepared versions of cherry wood smoked sweet and sticky pork ribs, pecan wood smoked colossal beef short ribs, apple wood smoked honey basil garlic chicken, and daily specials such as a beef short rib burnt ends sandwich. 12pm-closing, 203 S. Rosemead Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107

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