25 Things To Do This Weekend In SoCal: Feb. 7 - 9

A NY pizza fave pops up in WeHo. Do The Right Thing and All About Eve get 35mm screenings. Fats Waller and Ray Charles get tribute concerts. Festivals celebrate bicycles and motion graphics. Futurama cast members reunite for an evening of outtakes. The Spice Table's burger returns.

The New York fav Prince Street Pizza holds a pop-up this weekend in West Hollywood. (Food in the Air)

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9
Prince Street Pizza Pop-up
Dough Pizzeria & Bar — 8947 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
To celebrate National Pizza Day on Sunday, the Off The Menu dining club, Prince Street Pizza and Uber Eats team up to bring popular NYC pies to L.A. Off The Menu members get VIP access and one free slice during the pop-up. Pick up and delivery can be ordered with Uber Eats, which is offering a deal that gets you two slices and a Pizza Slime T-shirt for $28
COST: $6 per slice; MORE INFO

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16
Frida - Stroke of Passion
Casa 0101 — 2102 E. First St., Boyle Heights
Odalys Nanin's play, which includes songss focuses on the last days of artist Frida Kahlo's life. The play begins on July 6, 1954, Frida's 47th birthday and a week before her death. Performances take place on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
COST: Tickets start at $25; MORE INFO

The L.A. Art Fair continues through the weekend with numerious works on view, including Jeff Gillette's 'Mickey Powerlines Dismaland.' (Courtesy of Bert Green Fine Art)

Through SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9
L.A. Art Show
Los Angeles Convention Center — 1201 S. Figueroa St., downtown L.A.
The huge international contemporary art show is the latest installment in L.A.'s 2020 art season. The city's longest-running art fair celebrates its 25th year, with more than 120 galleries from 20 countries. Programming includes DIVERSEartLA and performances by Adriana Ramirez, PSJM Collective and Miss Art World. Fashion programming honors designer Sue Wong. The show donates 100% of the proceeds from the sale of patron tickets and 15% of the proceeds of opening night tickets to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
COST: $40 - $300; MORE INFO

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 - SUNDAY, MARCH 1
Pop Up Grocer
62 Windward Ave., Venice
The traveling grocery store has aisles stocked with today's most emerging natural brands. Think ready-to-eat bars, bites, butters, puffs, jerky and other snacks from brands like Veggiecraft, Glonuts, Mother in Law's Kimchi, Modern Pop, Avocado Milk and Rise Brewing Co. There are a number of free events scheduled throughout the store's run. RSVP is required for events.
COST: Products range from $2 - $120; MORE INFO

Amber Tamblyn speaks onstage during Raising Our Voices: Supporting More Women in Hollywood & Politics on February 19, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Presley Ann/Getty Images for EMILY'S List)

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7; 8 - 10 P.M.
Amber Tamblyn in Conversation with Amy Poehler
Writers Guild Theater — 135 S. Doheny Dr., Beverly Hills
Expect thought-provoking conversation and maybe a few laughs as actor, filmmaker and activist Amber Tamblyn, one of the founders of Time's Up, discusses her book, Era of Ignition: Coming of Age in a Time of Rage and Revolution with actress, writer and producer Amy Poehler.
COST: $20 - $43; MORE INFO

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7; 8 - 10 P.M.
The High Voltage Gala
The Electric Lodge — 1416 Electric Ave., Venice
This event is a fundraiser for its namesake performance series, which showcases genre-defying, experimental performance the first Friday of every month. The gala presents avant-garde acts including Lady Love, an all-knowing matchmaker; Mil Grus, an epically strange bouffant troupe; and Madison and Derion, finalists of NBC's World of Dance. Drinks, hors d'oeurves and wild interactive performances are included in the ticket price.
COST: $50; MORE INFO

Comedian, performance artist and now local politician has a solo show at the Skirball. (Courtesy of the artist)

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7; 8 - 10 P.M.
Kristina Wong for Public Office
Skirball Cultural Center — 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Brentwood
What happens when politics is crazier than performance art? That's the question that spurred Wong and collaborator Diana Wyenn to devise this show, which has its world premiere on Friday. Written and performed by Wong and directed by Wyenn, it combines politics, comedy and theater. Wong was elected to the Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council last year. Arrive early as the galleries aree open from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
COST: $10 - $20; MORE INFO

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7; 8 - 9:30 P.M.
Outtake-O-Rama
Dynasty Typewriter At The Hayworth — 2511 Wilshire Blvd., Westlake
The night is a raucous celebration of infamous celeb outtakes featuring the stars of Futurama — Billy West, John DiMaggio, Maurice LaMarche and head writer David X. Cohen. Watch "horrifically entertaining treasures" put on on tape by famous folks including William Shatner and Richard Nixon. Ages 18+.
COST: $20 - $25; MORE INFO

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 - SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 11:59 P.M. - 1:59 A.M.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Vista Theatre — 4473 Sunset Dr., Los Feliz
The sci-fi romance stars Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet as mismatched lovers. Screening in 35mm, it's part of the Secret Movie Club's Love is in the Air series. Directed by Michel Gondry and written by Charlie Kauffman, the film explores heartbreak and memory.
COST: Tickets start at $12.75; MORE INFO

The Light of Space is a group art show that opens at the Lancaster Museum of Art & History. (Jay Mark Johnson, 'Bauen Wohnen Streiffen #1,' detail)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 - SUNDAY, APRIL 19
The Light of Space
Museum of Art and History — 665 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster
The museum presents an exhibition that explores space. View the works of nine artists including including Jay Mark Johnson's x = time in the Main Gallery; Mary Anna Pomonis' Iris Oculus series in the Wells Fargo Gallery; and Laddie John Dill's Contained Radiance Lancaster installation in the South Gallery. The opening reception takes place on Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m.
COST: FREE; MORE INFO

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 - SUNDAY, MARCH 1
The Imaginary Invalid
Parson's Nose Theater — 95 N. Marengo Ave., #110, Pasadena
The theater, which focuses on works that are 90 minutes or less, presents Molière's last comedy (with an adaptation and translation by Lance Davis). The play skewers the 17th century medical profession, satirizes hypochondria and calls out the patriarchy.
COST: $20 - $35; MORE INFO

The Annenberg Space for Photography features an exhibit of photos from Vanity Fair, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Sharon Stone & Ellen Barkin in 1999. (Dafydd Jones)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 - SUNDAY, JULY 26
Vanity Fair: Hollywood Calling
The Annenberg Space for Photography — 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City
Oscar weekend is the perfect time to check out a new photo exhibition that highlights the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown. The 130+ images from Vanity Fair magazine include Demi Moore's iconic nude pregnancy cover as well as shots of Heath Ledger, Jennifer Lopez and Robin Williams. Many of the photos were created by top photographers such as Annie Leibovitz and Helmut Newton.
COST: FREE admission; MORE INFO

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9
Ain't Misbehavin' - The Fats Waller Musical Revue
Irvine Barclay Theatre — 4242 Campus Dr, Irvine
This show pays tribute to the Harlem Renaissance and its notable music and performers. Audiences are taken on a musical journey as five performers recapture the cool vibe of the '20s and '30s through swing and jazz.
COST: $40, $48, $55; MORE INFO

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 10 A.M. - 6 P.M.
Motion Plus Design
The Montalbán — 1615 Vine St., Hollywood
For the second year, the festival that celebrates the art of title design and motion graphics. Check out screenings and presentations from international artists including Zaoeyo (China), Nick Denboer (Canada), Helen Hsu (China), Clim (Spain), Martina Stiftinger (UK), Rokkaboy (Poland) and Vallée Duhamel (Canada). General admission includes a rooftop cocktail afterparty.
COST: $75 general admission, $25 students; MORE INFO

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 9 - 11P.M.
A Tribute to Ray Charles
Teragram Ballroom — 1234 W 7th St., downtown L.A.
Great musicians come together to pay homage to the late great Ray Charles. The lineup includes Judith Hill, Nick Waterhouse, Charles Jones, India Carney, Louis Cato, Antwaun Stanley, Monica Martin, Jacob Luttrell, Jonah Smith, Jeffrey David Goldford, Teddy Grossman, Raquel Rodriguez and many others. All ages.
COST: $24; MORE INFO

Performers participate in the Chinese Lunar New Year parade on January 26, 2020 in London, England. (Hollie Adams/Getty Images)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 11 A.M. - 8 P.M.
Chinese New Year Festival
San Gabriel Mission District / San Gabriel Mission Playhouse — 320 S. Mission Dr., San Gabriel
Celebrate the Year of the Rat with both traditional and modern activities. Watch lion dancers, acrobats, martial artists, Asian American bands and musicians. Between the entertainers, check out more than 50 vendor booths, food trucks, a street chalk art walk, interactive art exhibits, a kids' zone, calligraphers and a beer garden.
COST: FREE admission; MORE INFO

Greenbar Distillery presents an afternoon of yoga and a cocktail. (Greenbar Distillery)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 1 - 3 P.M.
Namaste for a Cocktail
Greenbar Distillery — 2459 E. 8th St., downtown L.A.
How about a martini with a (yoga) twist? Practice yoga then enjoy a drink and mingle with like-minded people. Bring your own mat or beach towel. The ticket price includes one cocktail. 21+.
COST: $30; MORE INFO

An attendee at New York Comic Con 2019 dresses in full steampunk regalia. (Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for ReedPOP)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 1 - 4 P.M.
Steampunk Fashion Show and Special Event
Open Market OC — 24100 Laguna Hills Mall, floor 2, Laguna Hills
Check out the latest and greatest in steampunk couture followed by a meet and greet with author, animator and illustrator Brian Kesinger. He'll be signing a new limited edition Valentine's print. After, stick around and explore the marketplace and its vendors.
COST: FREE; MORE INFO

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8; 6:30 - 9 P.M.
Do the Right Thing
Cinemark Baldwin Hills — 4020 Marlton Ave., Baldwin Hills
LACMA and the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art team up for a screening of Spike Lee's 1989 classic about race relations in Brooklyn on a sweltering summer day. It's followed by a post-screening discussion with Turner Classic Movies host Jacqueline Stewart.
COST: $10; MORE INFO

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9; 5 - 9 P.M.
Oscars Watch Party!
Dynasty Typewriter At The Hayworth — 2511 Wilshire Blvd., Westlake
The Westlake venue holds its first awards watch party. Fill out ballots, buy drinks from the bar and bring a themed snack to share. Dress as if you were getting an Oscar, too. Dave Holmes hosts the show, and the audience is welcome to bring a speech for anything you'd like to win an award for, and you might get a chance to read it on stage during commercial breaks. 21+. Seating & Entry are on a first come, first served basis.
COST: FREE with RSVP; MORE INFO

The Spice Table's burger returns to Cassia in Santa Monica. (Cassia)

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9*
Spice Table Burger
Cassia — 1314 7th St., Santa Monica
If you were a fan of chef Bryan Ng's Spice Table in downtown L.A., head to his Santa Monica eatery, Cassia, for the revival of his Spice Table Cheeseburger. It's only available all night from Sunday to Thursday in the bar and lounge. What makes the burger so special? Ground short rib, sambal, shallot mayo and American cheese. It's served with an order of fries. *Edit: We just learned that Cassia will be closed this Sunday because of the Oscars. So you need to wait a day longer for the burger.
COST: $22; MORE INFO

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9; 9 A.M. - 1 P.M.
Ride for Love / CicLAvia Preview Ride
Watts Towers — 1765 E 107th St., Watts
Preview the Feb. 23 CicLAvia South L.A. route by taking a slow, family-friendly bike ride from the Watts Towers to Historic South Central and back. The ride begins promptly at 9:30 a.m. Email questions to eastsidebikes@gmail.com.
COST: FREE; MORE INFO

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9; 1 - 4 P.M.
Be My Valentine: A Victorian Valentine House Tour
Grier-Musser Museum — 403 S. Bonnie Brae St., Westlake
Take a tour of the 1898 Victorian home with vintage Valentines on display from across the generations. The afternoon also includes refreshments and Victorian Valentine's crafting. Tours begin at 1 and 2:30 p.m. Call to reserve a spot: (213) 413-1814. Parking is available at the rear of the museum.
COST: $6 - $12, cash or checks only; MORE INFO

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9; 1 - 4 P.M.
All About Eve
The Egyptian Theatre Hollywood — 6712 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
This is a perfect matinee for Oscars Sunday. Watch all the backstabbing and power tripping in the 1950 classic. Meek ingenue Eve (Anne Baxter) wiggles herself into Broadway star Margo Channing's (Bette Davis) inner circle then steals her spotlight and her man. Screens in 35mm.
COST: $8 - $12; MORE INFO

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9; 3 - 9 P.M.
Filmed By Bike: Los Angeles
Boomtown Brewery — 700 Jackson St., downtown L.A.
The Bicycle Culture Institute presents a day of bike exhibitors, presentations and films. Learn about different rides and trails as you meet groups like Girls Gone Riding, the new California MTB Association and cicLAvia. The exhibits and games start at 3 p.m. with the Adventure Sports screening at 6:30 p.m., followed by a panel discussion at 8 p.m.
COST: $15; MORE INFO