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14 Below

1348 14th St., 310.451.5040, 14below.com

March 2, 11pm–Los Scandelos, call for cover

Barnes & Noble

1201 Third Street Promenade, 310.260.9110, barnesandnoble.com, free

March 7, 7:30pm–Author Event, Matthew Polly: American Shaolin

Beyond Baroque

(poetry, film and music), donations suggested when free, 681 Venice Blvd., Venice, 310.822.3006, beyondbaroque.org

March 2, 7:30pm–A Tribute to Charles Olson, $7/$5 students and seniors/members free

March 2-3, 7:30pm–No Polis Without the Poem: Poetry and Political Potential, $10 suggested admission

March 3, 3pm–No Polis Without the Poem: A Colloquia, free, 7:30pm–A Tribute to Vincent Ferrini with friends, $7/$5 students and seniors/members free

March 4, 5pm–Open Reading with Wendy Grosskopf, Tess Lotta and Kathleen Tyler, free

Dutton’s Brentwood Bookstore

11975 San Vicente Blvd., 310.476.6262, duttonsbrentwood.com, free

March 2, 7pm–Alain Mabanckou signs African Psycho

March 3, 2pm–Lucy Horwitz signs Death Among the Singles

March 4, 2pm–Panel Discussion: “Persist Through the Perils of Publishing”

March 5, 7pm–Paul Cummins signs Two Americas, Two Educations

March 6, 10am–Judith Palarz Book Group discusses Small Island by Andrea Levy, 7pm–Mike Farrell signs Just Call Me Mike: A Journey to Actor and Activist

March 7, 7pm–Dinaw Mengestu signs The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears

March 8, 7pm–Sara Davidson signs Leap!: What Will We Do With the Rest of Our Lives?

Getty Center

Los Angeles

Harold M. Williams Auditorium, 1200 Getty Center Dr., 310.440.7300, getty.edu

March 3, 8pm and March 4, 3pm–Sounds of LA: Steve Reily and the Mamou Playboys, free, reservations required

March 8, 8pm–Andreas Haefliger, $20/$15 students and seniors

Hammer Museum

10899 Wilshire Blvd., LA, 310.443.7000, hammer.ucla.edu, free

March 4, 6pm–Hammer Lectures: Gail Levin: Becoming Judy Chicago

March 6, 7pm–Hammer Readings: Poetry of Jane Hirschfield

The Jazz Bakery

3233 Helms Ave., CC, 310.271.9039, jazzbakery.org

March 2-4, 8/9:30pm–United Trombone Summit, $35

March 4, 4pm–Judy Wolman’s Sing! Sing! Sing!, $25

March 5, 8/9:30pm–Brentwood High School Jazz Band, $25

March 7-11, 8/9:30pm–Russell Malone Quartet, $35

Malibu Inn

22969 PCH, 310.456.6060, malibu-inn.com

March 2, doors open 8pm–Mommy’s Little Monster, Gabba Gabba Heys, GG Elvis, The T.C.P. Band, $8

March 3, 8pm–The Blasters, $18

March 7, doors open 8pm–PSF, Full Force Rising, No Fraud, $10

McCabe’s Guitar Shop

3101 Pico Blvd., 310.828.4497, mccabes.com

March 2, 8/10:30pm–The Ditty Bops, $20

March 3, 8pm–Vic Chesnutt, $17.50

March 4, 7pm–Brightblack Morning Light, Women and Children, Mariee Sioux, Karl Blau, $15

Rusty’s Surf Ranch

256 Santa Monica Pier, 310.393.7437, rustyssurfranch.com, free Sun-Thurs

March 2, Battle of the Bands Qualifying Round: 8:30pm–Idiot Brother, 10pm–Cynthia Ford, 11:30pm–Big Mess, no cover

Santa Monica College

1900 Pico Blvd., 310.434.3000, smc.edu

March 2, 7pm–Rogelio Mitchell Quintet, Concert Hall, $10

The Talking Stick

1630 Ocean Park Blvd., 310.450.6052, thetalkingstick.net

Wednesdays, 7-10pm–Open Mic Night (sign up 6:45), free

March 2, 7-10pm–Java w/Javelyn, $2

March 3, 8-10pm–Juke Joint Gang, free

March 7, 7-10pm–Six String Strummer and Picker Night, free

Temple Bar

1026 Wilshire Blvd., 310.393.6611, templebarlive.com

March 2, 9pm–Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, 10:15pm–Iration, 11:30pm–Elijah Emanuel, $10

March 3, 9pm–Lee Wilson, 10:30pm–Gina Loring, 11:30pm–Daniel, $10

March 4–Soul Expression, $5, call for time

March 6, 9pm–David Swan Montgomery, 10pm–Shakti, 11pm–Som’ma, $7

March 7, 9pm–Patrick Ryan Dub Trio, 10pm–Relelution, 11pm–Mikey Gits, $7

March 8, 9pm–Rigo Luna, 10pm–Pistolera, 11pm–Santos de Los Angeles, $7


340 Royce Dr., Royce Hall, UCLA, 310.825.2101, uclalive.org

March 3, 8pm–National Philharmonic of Russia, $20-$75 UCLA students

March 8, 8pm–Denyce Graves, $17-$63

The Vic for Jazz

2640 Main St., 888.367.5299, thevicforjazz.com, reservations required, 2 item minimum

March 8, Paulette McWilliams, call for time and cover

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