The longtime punk rock superstar and former frontman for Black Flag, Henry Rollins has never shied away from controversy. His latest endeavors - a photo essay collection titled Occupants and a recent 50 state capitols tour - have both leaned heavily on his often vocal political leanings. Now the ceaseless stage lover is spending the better part of a week at Largo on La Cienega. Normally a music and stand up comedy venue, Rollins is taking over the space for his most recent spoken word performance, entitled The Long March. In the show, Rollins discusses his views on anything that fancies him and spends a large amount of time dissecting his travels throughout Southeast Asia, Uganda, Haiti and Cuba.