Sunday, April 2Larry A. Taylor leads discussion on the book, Doubt: A History, by Prof. Jennifer Michael Hecht. Colorado Center Community Room, 2500 Broadway, 11am, 310. 479. 2236. ***Musicians invited to meet weekly and perform in concert with the Santa Monica College Emeritus Band, Lincoln Middle School, in the Bandroom, California and 14th Sts., Tuesdays, 7pm 310.474.5271.***14 Below1348 14th St., SM, 310.451.5040, www. 14below.comMarch 31, 8pm–New Breed Band, 9pm–Zen Boogie, 10pm–Los Desnudos, 11:30– Nucleus, $8April 1, 8:30pm–The District, 9:30pm–The Setups, 10:30pm–By All Means, 11:30– Bangkok 5, $10April 2, 9pm–Electric Waistband, $7April 5, 8pm–Seventh Sun, 9:30–Real D’Coy, 10:30–On the OneApril 6, 8pm–Knockout, 9pm–DnD, 10pm– SoHo Vamp, 11:30–As I Stand, $6Beyond Baroque (poetry, film and music), 681 Venice Blvd., Venice, 310.822.3006 or www.beyondbaroque.orgMonday, Fiction–8pm, freeTuesday, Creative Non-Fiction–8pm, free Wednesday, Poetry–8pm, freeThursdays, 8pm–Free Poetry Workshop and Alt.Screenplay, freeSaturday, Poetry–1pm, freeMarch 31, 7:30pm–Kaia Sand, Jules Boykoff and Ara Shirinyan April 1, 7:30/9:30pm–3 Fools 4 April w/ Hank Mortenson, Scott Wannberg and Viggo Mortensen, $10 April 2, 5pm–Open Reading w/ Louise Mathias and Marjorie Becker (4:45 sign up), freeApril 6, 7:30pm–Word and Violin w/ Pireeni Sundaralingam and Colm O’Riain Casa Antigua (no cover)12217 Wilshire Blvd., WLA, 310.820.2540Thursdays and Fridays: Captain Dan’s Big Love BandCinema Bar (no cover) 3967 Sepulveda Blvd., CC, 310.390.1328, www.thecinemabar.comMarch 31, 9pm–Mike StinsonApril 1, 9pm–Randy WeeksApril 2, 9pm–Stayton Bonner and Graham WebberApril 3, 9pm–Moonshine Mountain BoysApril 4, 9pm–The Neighborhood BulliesApril 5, 9pm–Whiskey Saints and The LarksApril 6, 9pm–Amy Ferris and Rich Mc CauleyClub Tropical8641 Washington Blvd., CC, 310.559.1127, www.cryptonight.comMarch 31, 9pm–Extreme Klezmer Makeover, $10/$5 w/ student IDApril 6, 8pm–Aural Whacks and BAMSAC w/ Susan Allen and Co., freeWords & MusicDutton’s Books11975 San Vicente Blvd., Brentwood, 310.476.6263, www.duttonsbrentwood.comFriday, March 31, 7pm–William Wellman, Jr. signs The Man and His Wings, freeApril 1, 4pm–Michelle Markel discusses Dream Town, freeApril 6, 7pm–Linzi Glass discusses The Year The Gypsies Came, freeHarvelle’s1432 4th St., SM, 310.395.1676, www.harvelles.comMarch 31, 9pm–Gary Allegretto and the Sugar Daddys, $10April 1, 9pm–The Boneshakers, $10April 2, 9:30pm–The Toledo Show, $10April 3, 9pm–All Star Pro Jam, $5April 4, 9pm–Bongo Fury, $10April 5, 9pm–Deep Eddy, $5The Jazz Bakery, a “nonprofit” club, 3233 Helms Ave., CC, 310.271.9039, www.jazzbakery.orgApril 2, 4pm–Hamilton High Jazz Band, $20 April 3, 8/9:30pm–Jive Overdrive, $20April 4-6, 8/9:30pm–Pat Martino Quartet, $30McCabe’s3101 Pico Blvd., SM, 310.828.4497, www.mccabes.comMarch 31, 8pm–Marley’s Ghost w/ guest Van Dyke Parks, $16April 1, 8pm–Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen, $22.50Rusty’s Surf Ranch256 Santa Monica Pier, 310.393.7437www.rustyssurfranch.comMarch 31, 8:30pm–The Sparktones, 10pm– Kiltergrey, 11:30pm–Silent Film, $5April 1, 10pm–Red Elvises, $15April 3, Pool Tournament–7:30pm sign up, 8pm–Karaoke w/ the Big Kahuna, freeApril 5, 8:30pm–Battle of the Bands, no coverApril 6, 7pm–Reggaeton w/ DJ Jay, no cover, 21 and overThe Talking Stick (free admission)1630 Ocean Park Blvd., SM, 310.450.6052, www.thetalkingstick.netWednesdays 7-10pm–Open Mike Night (sign up 6:45)March 31, 8pm–AutopilotApril 1, 7pm–Juke Joint GangApril 2, 7pm–Eric Levai, 8:30–Pete HollandApril 4, 7-10pm–Stitch n’ BitchApril 6, 7-10pm–Warrior Girl MusicThe Vic2540 Main St., SM, 888.367.5299, www.thevicforjazz.com, 2 item minimumApril 6, 8 & 10pm–David Garfield, / 12-2am–David Wood Trio, $20, 12-2am–Late Night Jazz, $5Zanzibar1301 5th St., SM, 310.451.2221, www.zanzibarlive.comTuesdays, 9pm–Groove Factory, $10Thursdays, 9pm–Afro Funke’, $7Fridays, 9pm–Bossa Nova, $10Saturdays, 9pm–Quality, $10Sundays, 9pm–One Way, $5
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