The Weekend Guide

You haven’t dressed like a bunny and binged on candy since October. You could skip the scene, but fluffy ears look cute on just about everyone. Pass the Peeps, please.

“A True Story”
What: Highly styled photos and illustrations by Alex Prager and Mercedes Helnwein.
Why: These up-and-comers are about to arrive.
When: From now until April showers.
Where: White Trash Charms, 1951 Hillhurst Ave., b/t Franklin Ave. and Los Feliz Blvd., Los Feliz (323-666-9585).

Mick Rock Live in L.A.
What: First full-scale exhibit by legendary rock photographer Mick Rock.
Why: What’s good enough for Bowie and the Ramones …
When: Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m.
Where: Lo-Fi, 1038 N. Fairfax Ave., b/t Santa Monica Blvd. and Romaine St., West Hollywood (323-654-5634).

Super Samples on Sale
What: Showrooms at the California Market Center and the New Mart open their doors to the public on the last Friday of every month.
Why: Post-fashion week wheeling and dealing.
When: Fri. 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Cash only.
Where: California Market Center, 110 E. Ninth St., at Main St., Downtown.

Easter Egg Hunt House
What: Homemade gingerbread and white chocolate house with candy, bunnies, a mini egg hunt, and a surprise edible scene inside — a 30-year tradition.
Why: The yolk’s on you!
When: Fri.-Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: The Candy Alley, 13020 San Vicente Blvd., b/t S. Avondale Ave. and 26th St., Brentwood (310-394-0714).

Extremely Loud
What: It may not be music (except to fans’ ears), but wonder boy Jonathon Safran Foer’s new book is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.
Why: Everything will truly be illuminated.
When: You’re not booked.
Where: Available online at amazon.com.