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Weekend Events ~ March 22-25th ~ Los Angeles


Lots of wild nights ahead this weekend. Party with Andre the Giant's supporters over DJ Pubes' cut-chemistry, but show up drunk, we doubt the Dewars will be flowing proper-like. Graf artist Joe x2 is back in town with some skewed takes on turning to the left, to the left. RPS Rumbles are always fun and crazy, kinda like Fight Club for weirdo kids who likes to party hearty. If your hangover/weed purgatory/tweak insomnia keep you from church on Sunday, Give Up Stop Dancing at the pirate themed Redwood Bar and Grill sounds like the right place to repent, and all you'll get it is a killer one-of-a-kind t-shirt from Hit & Run.

Thursday March 22, 2007

Obey Giant & MFG's Dance Right Royal Rumble w/ DJ Pubes @ La Cita! ~ 336 South Hill St. Downtown Los Angeles, CA ~ $1 Dewars White Label from10-11. RSVP to ~ 10PM-2AM

Friday March 23, 2007

Joe Joe Webb AKA Joe x2: Central Bookings @ Ghettogloss ~ 2380 Glendale Blvd. Silverlake, CA 90039 ~ The respected urban artist showcases his modified mugshots of popular culture figures ~ 8PM

Saturday March 24, 2007

Rock, Paper, Scissors Rumble 5 @ EXPLX ~1822 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 ~ Live performances by Cheeseburger, The Gray Kid, DJ Suprema, DJ Chachin, King Ruly~ 9PM ~ $8-10

Sunday March 25, 2007

Give up! Stop Dancing and Cry @ Redwood Bar & Grill ~ 316 W. 2nd St. Downtown Los Angeles, CA 90012 ~ DJs Danny Holloway, DNTEL, Frosty, & Saul Williams play sad music, plus live T-shirt screenprinting by Hit & Run, and sad films playing. 9PM-2AM ~ Free

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