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Weekends Events ~ April 26th-29th, 2007

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The ironic mustache and greasy hair rock set will be out of town this weekend, frying their goods off in puddles of teenager sweat in the desert like a bunch of hippies at a far-off Phish show. Yeah, clearly we're bitter we're not at Coachella, but are delighted the beer we buy will be less than $7 a cup, as we stew over our Manu Chao, Rage Against the Machine, Ghostface, and Sonic Youth LPs. Don't worry friends, not only will all the good stuff make it to youtube, but there's plenty of dirty fun to be had in town. We're pumped about Found Magazine's Dirty party this Friday, where they will showcase the kinkiest, naughtiest 'found' multi-media art from across the globe. Sunday's AT&T Cinco de Mayo jam might be a premature, corporate-sponsored gig, but the ranchera-cumbia-salsa-eclectic-mariachi-reggaeton talent representing will be have us rejoicing that we still don't know the difference between Arctic Monkeys and Arcade Fires.

Thursday April 26th

Henry Rollins, Janane Garafolo, & Marc Maron: It's Not a Play and There's No Music @ Silent Movie Theater ~ 611 North Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036 ~ 8PM ~ $25 ~ Thru 4/29

Friday April 27th

'Dirty' Found Magazine @ Steve Allen Theater ~ 4773 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027 ~ The naughtiest 'Found Art' from across the globe ~ 8PM & 10PM ~ $12

Saturday April 28th

The Big Gun Down: Ska & Reggae Soundclash @ Zen Sushi ~ 2609 Hyperion Ave. Silverlake, CA 90027 ~ With live performance by Police & Thieves, along with selectors spinning vintage reggae, ska, rocksteady, and soul ~ 8PM ~ $7

Sunday April 29th

AT&T Fiesta Broadway @ Downtown ~ 600 S. Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90014 ~ Performers include Pepe Aguilar, Ozomatli, Calle 13, Jennifer Pena, y mucho, mucho mas ~ 12-6PM ~ FREE

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