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Weekend Events ~ March 8-11 ~ Los Angeles

6:07 PM PST on March 8, 2007


Sheeit...We already told you to get down with Muggs and our boys from Gardena The Oddibles tonight, but a lot's stewing this weekend too. Sebadoh are back to smash our heads on the punk rock at The Troub on Friday, then again at Spaceland on Saturday. Lots of other bands with crazy-as-shit names are also fighting for our time against some eye-popping art shows. With hopes of hitting an elusive party and running with one-of-a-kind-silkscreened threads in our mitts, we would be whack-azz sucka muthafuckas if we dared miss Saturday's Benefit for KING Tony TEMPT ONE Quan; featuring new works from Mr. Cartoon, HAZE, Shepard Fairey, and Barry McGee, among others and presented by 7th Letter Crew, URB, and Dizzisit! Brand, this will be an off-the-hook art show for a great cause, raising for the legendary TEMPT. RASpect!!

Friday March 9

Behind Bedroom Doors Art Show Opening Reception @ Thinkspace ~ 4210 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90029 ~ Art by Joshua Petker & Sylvia Ji, Siloette Mini-Solo Show, and a special installation with the dimepieces from ~ 7-11PM

Frank Kozik's 'Necromorph the Christraper' Release/Signing @ Gallery 1988 ~ 7020 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038 ~ The legendary artist releases a Super-Rad vinyl collectible and makes a rare appearence with his Ningyo Project take on Gosho. I really have no clue what the fuck that means, but this artspace never fails to bring it! ~ Release Party 6-10PM; Signing: 8-10PM

Sebadoh @ The Troubador ~ 9081 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 ~ 8:00PM ~ $15 Adv.

Saturday March 10

Represent, Represent! LA Graffiti KING Tony 'TEMPT ONE' Quan Art Benefit @ URB Art Gallery~ 8553 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 ~ 7:00PM

Bark Bark Bark, Milk:Blood, Colorstore, & Darin Bennett @ The Cocaine ~ 366 E. 2nd St. Los Angeles, CA 90012 ~ 8:00 PM

Sunday March 11

The Mountain Goats & Pony Up! @ The El Rey ~ 5515 Wilshire Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90036 ~ 8PM ~ $16

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