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The teaches of Peaches

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It's not like the Blue Bongo shows at Little Pedro's are a secret; heck, they even made yesterday's LA Times. But we can't not mention this. If you've been wondering when you should go (or go back), you might consider tonight for your journey to the Mexican-slash-Moroccan bar-slash-club perched on the easternmost edge of downtown. Because a little birdie told us that the indescribable Peaches will be DJing. Dare you shake your bootie to whatever sleazy, seductive, assultive dance music Peaches will spin? Get some teaches from Peaches. For us.