Weekly Editors Picks: Selena Wax Figure Unveiling, “This Week Had Me Like,” Hero Jr.

Selena Quintanilla pictured singing
Selena Quintanilla performs during the Seventh Annual Tejano Music Awards on March 23, 1987 in San Antonio, Texas. Mac Cosmetics just announced plans for a Selena makeup line after an online campaign drummed up 37,000 signatures. (Philip Barr/San Antonio Express-News/Zuma Press/TNS)

Monday, 8/29

Karla Klarin: Subdividing the Landscape |Art/Campus

San Fernando Valley artist Karla Klarin’s work on the otherwise ordinary parts of the Los Angeles landscape will be on display at the Main Gallery at the Art and Design Center. The exhibit runs until Oct. 8 and focuses on Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley over the span of the 1980s to the present.

Free

12 p.m.

Monday 8/29

King Trivia Night @ The Federal Bar | Entertainment

Looking to step back into the 1930’s? The Federal Bar is set in the time of prohibition, with stuffed leather chairs and resurfaced with industrial brick walls, giving it that speakeasy feel.

Free

8:30 p.m.

5303 Lankershim Blvd.

North Hollywood, CA 91601

Tuesday 8/30

“Shakespeare at the Bowl” @ Hollywood Bowl | Music

The Los Angeles Philharmonic and Bramwell Tovey (part of Classical Tuesdays) are performing at the Hollywood Bowl. The performance will include work from composers like Korngold, Schmitt, Berlioz, and Tchaikovsky.

$1-$149

8 p.m.

2301 N Highland Ave

Los Angeles, CA, CA 90068

Tuesday, 8/30

Selena Quintanilla Sculpture Unveiling @ Madame Tussauds Hollywood | Museum

A little over two decades since the posthumous release of Mexican-American singer Selena’s album “Dreaming of You,” the famous wax museum will unveil a sculpture in the Latin artist’s likeness. Only the first 300 passholders in line will be allowed into the event.

$30 online, $50 in person

10 a.m.

6933 Hollywood Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90028

Wednesday, 8/31

“This Week Had Me Like” Live @ The Virgil | Comedy

Caroline Goldfarb’s pop-culture podcast brings together so-called experts and “plebes” to discuss the bizarre moments in celebrity happenings, with topics such as athleisure clothing lines and Eric Clapton’s chase after a large salmon in the recent episode titled “Orlando Bloom’s Windsock.”

Free

8:30 p.m.

4519 Santa Monica Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90029

Wednesday 8/31

Hero Jr. (Band), performs @ Viper Room | Music

Hero Jr. is bringing its mix of hard-hitting Midwestern rock and 60s British invasion to the Viper Room. This bar was known for its cutting-edge music and celebrity scene

8:00 p.m.

Free

8852 W Sunset Blvd

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Thursday, 9/1

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” screening @ Oviatt Lawn”This | Campus

The Summer Movie Fest draws to an end with the latest entry from a galaxy far, far away. Set about 30 years after the events of “Return of the Jedi,” the film’s enemy presence, the First Order, seeks to bring down the New Republic. New and familiar faces band together to bring down the big bad of the film, KyloRen, with the series setting up for two more episodes.

Free

7:30 p.m.

Thursday, 9/1

Mar Vista Art Walk – Music Edition, The Coffee Connection, Los Angeles

This art walk takes place between Inglewood Boulevard and Beethoven Street and offers live street painting, art installations, live music, and hip restaurants.

Free

6:00 p.m.

Venice Blvd. at Centinela Av.

Friday, 9/2

Mission IMPROVable @ Mi’s Westside Comedy Theater | Comedy

With over 15 years under the show’s belt, the comedians of the Mission IMPROVable team bases each show off the audience’s ideas and runs with them on the fly. Essentially, the show is only as good as the concepts the audience throws out. Doors open at 9:45 and audience members must be 21 years old and over.

$12

10 p.m.

1323-A 3rd Str. Promenade

Santa Monica, CA 90401

Friday, 9/2

Metro Art Presents: INGA @ Union Station | Art

INGA is an art and culture showcase at Union Station put on by Metro Art. While offering music, poetry, and creative expression, the showcase is also designed to engage the Los Angeles community and to activate the station.

4-6 p.m.

Free

800 N Alameda Street

Los Angeles, CA, CA 90021