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March 12th offers an eclectic array of activities.Fill the space between your ears with info about wind by attending the screeing of Wild Weather: Wind" at Caltech’s Beckman Auditorium, 332 S. Michigan Ave. , Pasadena. Show starts at 2 PM but doors open at 1:30. $5 also nets you a post-screening discussion will be led by Shane Murphy, of Caltech’s Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Program is for ages 6 and up so it won't be over your head.

Check out Angeleno painter Gronk's opening reception from 7 PM to 10 PM at Gallery 727 on S. Spring Street.

This time Gronk uses the landscape of Downtown Los Angeles as the inspiration for the “Urban Narrative of Downtown L.A.” 727 South Spring Street, Los Angeles.

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End the night on your ass at Little Pedros/Blue Bongo Barfor a show featuring up and coming bands like The Blood Arm, The Adored, and The Tints. Earn extra credit by taking surreptitious phone-cam pictures of Tints drummer, Clara Balzary, who is the daughter of Red Hot Chili Pepper bassist Flea.

Mark Bava and co have been working extra hard on Little Pedro's roster of talent, which now includes Lisa Zane's "mariachi torch caberet" on Monday nights at 9PM. Tell how much you're enjoying her brother Billy's gig(but not the bad wigs) on "Charmed" and don't forget to acknowledge her old stomping grounds at Les Deux Cafe.

The Tints photo credit:Lucky of SugarBuzz magazine.