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Trust Us: The ‘Parks and Recreation’ finale, a local punk show and more

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Goodbye Pawnee: The era of Leslie Knope, Ben Wyatt and company comes to a close.

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Parks and Recreation Series Finale After seven seasons, the local-government sitcom comes to an end, having launched Chris Pratt and Amy Poehler to superstardom and given the world the genius of Ron Swanson. Tune in to see how things wrap up for the denizens of Pawnee, Indiana. February 24, 10 p.m., NBC.

Fresh Off the Boat An Asian-American family moves from D.C. to the Orlando ’burbs in 1995, and culture-shock hilarity ensues in this new comedy from ABC that perfectly balances clever humor with moving familial moments. You’ll be laughing out loud (and smiling) the entire episode. Tuesdays, 8 p.m., ABC.

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Vinyl Never Dies SquidHat Records and 11th Street Records team up to celebrate the album (remember those?), with the former sending four of its Vegas punk mainstays—Sounds of Threat, Mercy Music, The Quitters and Surrounded by Thieves—to the stage to play their debut LPs in full, while the latter previews its April opening by selling its first batch of vinyl. February 19, 9 p.m., free, Beauty Bar.

Mark Huff The longtime Las Vegas singer-songwriter and troubadour may have moved to Nashville more than a decade ago, but he clearly knows you can always come home. Welcome him and former Benway Bop Records owner Ronn Benway back for what’s sure to be a night of old friends—and old friends with new music. February 19, 8:30 p.m., $5, Bunkhouse Saloon.

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Pop-Up Architecture Make pop-up cards of La Concha! The Neon Museum pays tribute to African-American History month with a special family art program celebrating architect Paul Revere Williams, designer of the famous shell-shaped hotel lobby. February 21, 12:30-3:30 p.m., $5.

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The Matchaccino Soothing smoothie or health-boosting veggie concoction? Get everything you need in one cup—matcha green tea, avocado, spinach, dates, ginger and vanilla—and start your day with deliciousness. $9, GrassRoots, 124 S. 6th St.

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