10 Exciting Things to Do This Weekend, 3/4

Flea markets, <em>Serial</em>, and Lucinda Williams will keep you busy

ART: Laluzapalooza
Discover the next Banksy at this eclectic Los Feliz gallery, which presents the 30th edition of an exhibition that highlights artists of every ilk, whether they’re tattooists, animators, graphic designers, or graffiti practitioners. More information (March 4, La Luz de Jesus Gallery) 

MUSIC: Lucinda Williams Featuring Special Guest Bill Frisell and Sean Rowe
“America’s best songwriter” (Time magazine) is joined by her full band and special guest, guitar wizard Bill Frisell. Singer-songwriter Sean Rowe opens the show. More information (March 4, Royce Hall) 

MUSIC: Jane Siberry
Jane Siberry, the eccentric and elusive name-changing artist (she became Issa for a while) with the distinctive voice that we have loved for over three decades, does not tour often. She is thankfully out and about to support her latest release, Ulysses’ Purse, out just last month. More information (March 4, McCabes) 

ART: Block Printing Workshop
After discussing Picasso’s printmaking techniques, L.A. artist Dave Lefner demonstrates how to carve a “soft-kut” block for creating images. More information (March 5, Pasadena Museum of California Art) 

ART: Sophie Kipner: DontLiftUpDontLookDown
In artist Sophie Kipner’s new series, she uses a unique style in which she does not look down at her canvas or lift up her pen while she sketches. The Los Angeles-born artist will showcase her technique at her solo show. Kipner’s DontLiftUpDontLookDown series includes drawings of Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan, and The Blues Brothers. More information (March 5, Wndo Space) 

CONFAB: Binge-worthy Journalism
The cocreators of the popular podcast Serial unveil the process behind the cultural phenomenon. Using some of their favorite clips, Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder explain how they constructed the case of alleged killer Adnan Syed and the quandary of military deserter Bowe Bergdahl. More information (March 5, Valley Performing Arts Center) 

MUSIC: Mavericks
The Mavericks are at it again. The beloved band that merges rock, pop, and country with a Latin groove are on a Grammy high—scoring two nominations this year (one for their 2015 release, Mono), twenty years after winning for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group. The band has been wowing audiences with danceable rockabilly and Raul Malo’s smooth buttery vocals for decades. More information (March 5, Fonda Theatre)

CONFAB: Artists and Fleas
The eclectic market, which gained popularity on the East Coast, opens its second L.A. location in the artistic enclave of Venice. (Their first California location opened in DTLA’s Art District in Summer 2014.) Peruse through vintage t-shirts and crafts while snacking on delectable treats from surrounding food trucks. More information (March 5, Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice)

THEATER: Women Laughing Alone With Salad
The ladies of playwright Sheila Callaghan’s romp are greens lovers of the extreme variety. The farce, making its West Coast debut, ponders the pressures of a body-conscious society. More information (March 6, Kirk Douglass Theatre)