Weekly Editor’s Picks: garage rock at the Troubadour, food trucks on campus, zine fest

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Tuesday 3.1Film Screening

“Only Angels Have Wings” at LACMA

Celebrate March at LACMA on Tuesday with a screen of the Howard Hawks-directed “Only Angels Have Wings,” a fatalistic drama of romance and aviation. Starring Cary Grant and Jean Arthur, “Only Angels Have Wings” was one of many cinematic relics released in 1939, forever remembered alongside “The Wizard of Oz” and “Gone With The Wind.”

$5

1 p.m.

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles

 

Wednesday 3.2 Concert

Plague Vendor @ The Troubadour

Stressed and depressed? Hate-mosh this Wednesday at the Troubadour with Plague Vendor. Born in a Whittier practice space, Plague Vendor keep things nice and dark and dangerous. They’re on Epitaph Records, which takes care of bands like The Garden and Joyce Manor. Get there early to catch real rockers The Bots and brother-sister duo White Mystery.

$10

7 p.m.

The Troubadour

9081 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles

 

Thursday 3.3On-Campus

CSUN Dines Presents Food Trucks

So close to Friday and need a little motivation? Stick around campus Thursday evening when the food trucks roll through. Study hard and eat a light breakfast because it all goes down on Bayramian Lawn at 6 p.m.

Free, unless you planning on eating

6–8 p.m.

Bayramian Lawn

 

Friday 3.4Museum/Art Show

If you miss American Horror Story Freakshow, then you do not want to skip out on the grand opening of the Bearded Lady’s Mystic Museum on Friday in Burbank. The event promises a seance-theme art gallery, ouija boards included. Be sure to check out the event’s special exhibit “Is There Anyone With Us?” Follow @themysticmuseum on Instagram for more oddities and fun.

$5

8 p.m. to midnight

3204 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank

 

Saturday 3.5 On-Campus Event

SERIAL podcast creators @ VPAC

Co-creators of the fast-selling podcast series Serial, Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, bless us with their presence at the VPAC. Prepped for a third season, Serial is innovative in its methods of both investigative journalism and storytelling. The podcast series won a Peabody award in April 2015. Discount student tickets are available for purchase at the VPAC box office.

$12, with valid CSUN ID

8 p.m.

Great Hall, VPAC

 

Sunday 3.6Festival

Los Angeles Zine Fest

Wrap up the weekend at the Los Angeles Zine Fest on Sunday. Now in its fifth year, the L.A. Zine Fest works alongside many facets of the city’s artistic community, from comic book creators to photographers, to feature diverse collections and promote a DIY ethos. The event goes on all day and features panel discussions, readings and programming.

Free

11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

650 S. Spring St., Los Angeles