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Semi-Permanent Los Angeles
What: Get inspired by the likes of Gia Coppola, Olivier Zahm, and the masterminds behind Wieden+ Kennedy at the Cali debut of the cutting-edge global art and design event.
Why: Flip through works of paper art with magazines, books, and zines curated by Arkitip.
When: Fri., 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Where: The Montalban, 1615 Vine St., b/t Hollywood Blvd. & Selma Ave., Hollywood. Tickets ($70-$300) at semipermanentla-eorg.eventbrite.com.
Pingtung Eat-In Market
What: Lauded restaurateur Li Ping (Kelly & Ping) brings the best dishes from the places she’s called home to her new open-air restaurant, serving everything from ramen, dumplings, and dim sum to sushi rolls, small plates, and shaved ice.
Why: Chefs from China and Japan helm the kitchen for a truly authentic taste of each country.
When: Tues.-Sun., 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: 7455 Melrose Ave., b/t N. Vista & N. Gardner Sts., West Hollywood (323-866-1866).
A Current Affair
What: Forty-four vintage authorities from L.A. and beyond (Spanish Moss, Lux Revival, Sarah Steinitz Paris) join forces to bring the best of eras past into the future of your closet at the can’t-miss event hosted by Nicole Simone.
Why: Bites from Ceviche Project, sips from Key Club and Vita Coco, and street style snaps by HiStyley.
When: Sat., 2-8 p.m.
Where: Cooper Building, 860 S. Los Angeles St., at E. Ninth St., 11th flr., Downtown. Tickets ($10-$20) at acurrentaffairspring.eventbrite.com.
New Theme + Weltenbuerger
What: The forward-thinking architecture firm and furniture maker adds minimalist wares from like-minded boutique Weltenbuerger’s new in-house label, W///, to its carefully curated selection of art and furnishings.
Why: It’s the only place to find the locally made collection of ’80s- and ’90s-inspired unisex shirts and reversible dresses on the Westside, with limited-edition pieces designed monthly.
When: Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 8178 Melrose Ave., at N. La Jolla Ave., West Hollywood (323-932-9866).
G. Colton Sale and a Flea Market
What: Jazz up your abode and your dude with 25-75 percent off timeless clothes, vintage home goods, books, and art.
Why: Grab a cold brew from Installation Coffee and peruse the “Fleamarkets,” a selection of striking images from the ’70s by lauded photographer Joel Levinson.
When: Sun., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 7151 Beverly Blvd., at N. Detroit St., West Hollywood (323-965-0600).
Passover Treats at SusieCakes
What: Sweeten seder with a special menu of macaroons; flourless cakes; and the creme de la creme of kosher treats, Caramel Matzo Crunch (matzo drizzled with chocolate and caramel) from the beloved home-style bakery.
Why: Don’t have time to schlep to Brentwood? Order a batch of freshly baked goods straight to your doorstep.
When: Mar. 25-Apr. 2.
Where: 11708 San Vicente Blvd., at S. Barrington Ave., Brentwood (310-442-2253).
Photo: Courtesy of Semi-Permanent Los Angeles