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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Get Tickets for the Dinner Theater Playhouse! Every Friday & Saturday Night at 6:30PM/Full 3 course table-served fine dining experience/Award winning Magic Performance/Classic, hilarious 3-act, interactive Comedy Murder Mystery Whodunit! Solve the crime, and possibly win the prize! Five Palms Steak & Seafood Restaurant 3500 E. Sunrise Dr. 861-4800 or 800-266-4800 for tickets www.MysteryDinner.Theater ()

STEP RIGHT UP and get ready to laugh, have fun, and celebrate a magical night in Phoenix! Much more than a magic show, it's a FUN Old-World Illusion Show mystifying locals, snowbirds, and travelers alike. Catch the longest running Arizona theater show in history and experience the “Magic, Mystery, and OOOH La La!” 615-5299 or WWW.CARNIVALOFILLUSION.COM

26th Annual Arizona International Film Festival 2017
150+ new works by independent producers from around the world

SPRING BREAK SPECIAL! Save 20%! Turn Tucson into a giant game board with this Family Fun Scavenger Hunt Adventure! Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a three-hour city tour/Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history! Play the game, See the sights, and Experience Tucson in a whole new way! Sign-up online at (Save 20%/Only $39.20 for a team of 2-5 people after Promotion Code: TUCSONHAPPENINGS)

POW WOW (Produce On Wheels WithOut Waste) 7:00AM - 10:00AM
Contribute $10 to shop for up to 60 lbs. of fresh nutritional rescued produce-share with neighbors, friends, family, or the less fortunate/Bethel Community Baptist Church 446 S. Plumer Ave/CareMore Health Plan 4821 N. Stone Ave/Fountain of Life Lutheran Church 710 S. Kolb Rd/Tucson Meadows Mobile Home Park 2121 S. Pantano Rd. (North of Golf Links Rd. & Pantano Rd.) Hotline 800-551-6764

Bird Walk at Arivaca Cienega (Guided) 8:00AM
You will likely see 30-55 species/Easy Walking distance about 2 miles/Trip duration 2-3 hours w/good dirt trails and sometimes boardwalks-Restrooms at the parking lot only/No Registration Required/From Tucson go south on I-19 to Amado exit 48, exit right/The Arivaca Cienega trailhead (plenty of parking) is located 1/4 mile before the town of Arivaca and is well-marked (Bob 399-2873)

Value Veggies 8:00AM - 10:00AM
$5 per box/All net proceeds from this fundraiser goes to support the Tucson Neighborhood Food Pantry and the GVR Mobile Resource Center/These two ministries supports the east side community with free food, clothing, hygiene items, household supplies, pet food & furnishings/Held on NW corner of 22nd St. and Pantano Rd. (Debbie 437-5386)

Loft Cinema Movie Poster Sale 8:00AM - 11:00AM
Current posters of films that have ended their run during the month/Miscellaneous Film posters of films we did not show/Over 100 posters (at least 50 titles) from our current poster inventory/All posters will be $5/The Loft Cinema on the Patio 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. 795-0844

MADD Arizona Safety Fair 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Arizona will partner with local Dunkin’ Donut to distribute red ribbons for safe and sober driving as well as Power of Parents handbooks to empower parents to talk early and talk often with children about the dangers of underage drinking and to never ride with a drinking driver/fair will feature more than 30 local agencies to bring awareness to the community of all the wonderful safety and wellness organizations that are available to people in need/Dunkin’ Donuts 7805 N Oracle Rd-Oro Valley

8:00AM - 12:00PM
St. Philip's Plaza 4280 N Campbell Ave/Food in Root 261-6982 ()

Red Cross Blood Drive 8:00AM - 2:00PM
While donors of all blood types are encouraged to give blood, type O, A negative and B negative donors are urged to give Power Reds/Type O negative is the universal blood type and can be transfused to patients of any blood type in an emergency/LDS Sahuarita Stake Center 16275 S Starlight View Lane 800-733-2767

43rd Annual Rodders Days Car Show 8:00AM - 3:00PM
Free to Public/Hosted by the Tucson Street Rod Association/275 Vehicles! Show & Food Vendors, 50/50 drawings, raffles, door prizes, Historic 4th Ave. (Randy 991-3600)

Ranger’s Choice/Visitor’s Choice (Guided Walk) 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Stroll, through the park with an experienced park guide-Bring your favorite question or topic, or just enjoy the best stories of the week: wildlife, wildflowers, wilderness, or weather as the season changes/Saguaro National Park (East) 3693 S Old Spanish Rd. 733-5153 (Park Entrance fee applies $15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)

Free Demonstration Garden Tour 9:00AM - 10:30AM
Our 14 unique Demonstration Gardens will expand your gardening knowledge and give you many ideas for your own landscape. We want to help you become a more successful gardener, so let a Master Gardener volunteer lead you on a journey of discovery through these beautiful and interesting gardens/UofA Pima County Cooperative Extension 4210 N. Campbell Ave. 626-5161 (Meet at the plant clinic)

5th Annual Marana Bluegrass Festival 9:00AM - 5:00PM
April 28th-30th/One Day for $20/Two Day Pass $30 Dry Camping for RV's at $10 per night (Free Tent camping available) Come enjoy a weekend jam packed with bluegrass music in a beautiful outdoor park setting/Headliner Bands: Rebecca Frazier & Hit & Run Bluegrass-Other Performances by: Sonoran Dogs, Run Boy Run, Way out West, Titan Valley, Cisco & the Racers, Crucial County, Side of Grits, 2 Lazy 2 Ranch, Scattered Grass, Nehemiah, Jam Pak Kids & Hot Club Junior/Ora Mae Harn District Park 13250 North Lon Adams Rd. 382-1950

Friends of the Oro Valley Public Library Book Sale ($7 Bag Day All Day) 9:00AM - 5:00PM
April 26th-29th/20,000 books for sale including such categories as: art, children, history, humor, literature, mystery, romance, Southwest, sports, CDs, DVDs, and much more! All proceeds benefit the Oro Valley Public Library/Oro Valley Library Book Shoppe 1305 W. Naranja Dr 594-5671

Family Day 9:45AM - 1:00PM
A day of books, poetry, writing workshops and music! Take home a book of poetry to keep, courtesy of Kore Press and Pima County Public Library-Breakfast to lovely live music/Get a look at the Poetry Center's new dramatic playspace/The playspace, a replica of the Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris, France, is the place for book lovers of all ages/UofA Poetry Center 1508 East Helen St. 626-3765

43rd Annual Rodders Day 10:00AM
Free/Presented by Tucson Street Rod Association/275 Hot Rod Cars on Display! Trophies presented at 2PM/Music, Show Vendors & Food Vendors on Historic 4th Ave.

Painting Class (Playful Owls) 10:00AM
$25/Bring a friend, bring the kids and follow our instructor's step by step instructions while you create your own beautiful masterpiece! 6530 E Tanque Verde Rd Ste. #160 (La Plaza Shoppes) 359-6675

Beer + Donut Pairing 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Beer Breakfast Flight includes: KBS, Lizard of Koz, Azacca IPA + 3 specialty donut holes from BATCH! Wear your PJs for a chance to win prizes! Tap & Bottle 403 N 6th Ave. 344-8999

Saturday Nature Program 10:00AM - 1:00PM
Learn about and see many reptiles that live naturally in the Sonoran Desert/Listen to our experts talk about the creatures and their adaptions to survive in the desert/This is a live reptile exhibit and much more-Fun for all ages! Program is weather permitting/Catalina State Park 11570 N. Oracle Rd. 628-5798 (Park Entrance Fee $7 per Vehicle)

Locomotive Saturdays at Historic Train Depot 10:00AM - 1:00PM
Free! Explore regional transportation history, and see a freight trains passing by, or ring the locomotive bell! Southern Arizona Transportation Museum located in the Historic Train Depot 414 N. Toole Ave. 623-2223

Family Day 10:00AM - 1:00PM
Explore art and science with hands-on activities/Face painting, story-time, live music from "Little Cloud" and more! UofA Museum of Art 1031 N. Olive Rd. 621-7567

Día de los Niños Celebration 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Celebrate the day at the library! Día de los Niños, Día de los Libros at Martha Cooper Library, that is/We'll have a puppet show at 10AM, a book give away (while supplies last), crafts, then a Capoeira, Latin dance, & Brazilian music performance and workshop at 12PM/Martha Cooper Library 1377 N. Catalina Ave. 594-5315

Saturday Mercado 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Tucson's original farmers' market, Fresh produce, jewelry, arts, crafts, candles, coffee, baked goods, gifts galore and much much more! 2900 N. Swan Rd @ Ft. Lowell/Shopping, dining, entertainment! All stores and restaurants locally owned and operated/Check out and/or follow us on Facebook 907-7325

Classic and Historic Cars 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Admission $10/Seniors & Veterans $8/Over 50 classic cars and automobilia/Tucson Auto Museum aka Wayne's Toy's 990 S. Cherry Ave. 207- 5715 (Free Parking)

"Meet A Lawyer Legal Clinic" 10:00AM - 2:30PM
Tucson Mall JCPenney Court near Play Area 4500 N. Oracle Rd. 293-7330;globalnav;events

Arizona Lapidary's Spring Ka-Zing! 10:00AM - 4:00PM
April 28th & 29th/Free workshops on crystals, jewelry making, gold panning, wirewrapping, gemstones, music, food and more/Arizona Lapidary 7320 E Broadway Blvd. & Gem Rough 399-6641 for workshop times

Art Fair 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Free/Many wonderful artist featuring plants and garden art-Live music and Indian Fry Bread/We also have complimentary beverages/Many Hands Courtyard 3054 N. First Ave. (Cindy 628-1490)

34th Annual Tucson Poetry Festival 10:00AM - 10:00PM
This year's festival will feature Free workshops, readings and more on the theme of “Poetry for the People.” Held at 191 Toole

The Wonderful Things You Will Be Storytime 11:00AM
Activities to follow/Barnes & Noble (Eastside) 5130 E. Broadway Blvd. 512-1166 OR Barnes & Noble (Westside) 7325 N. LaCholla Blvd. 742-6402

Flandrau Planetarium Saturday Shows 12:00PM
$14/$10/Under 3/Noon: We Are Stars/1PM Touring the Solar System/2PM Mysteries of the Unseen World/3PM Tucson Sky and Beyond/4PM We Are Stars/5PM Asteroid: Mission Extreme/6PM Touring the Solar System/7PM Mysteries of the Unseen World/8PM Tucson Sky and Beyond/9PM Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon/UA Science Flandrau Planetarium 1601 E University Blvd. 621-STAR

Henry Ossian Flipper: West Point’s First Black Graduate 12:00PM
Free/2 Times: Noon & 2PM/Join long-time resident of Arizona, historian, and author Jane Eppinga as she tells the story of Henry Ossian Flipper, West Point’s first black graduate/The National Parks Store 12880 N. Vistoso Village Dr-Oro Valley 622-6014 (Call to reserve your seat)

PCC Softball vs South Mountain CC 12:00PM
Double Header/Pima Community College West Campus Aztecs Softball Field 2202 W. Anklam Rd. 206-3035

Tucson Clay Co-op Event 12:00PM - 4:00PM
Local poets & poetry lovers are invited
to inscribe their poems or favorite poems
on clay bowls we will supply all Saturdays in April/The reading of the poems, followed by a pot luck party will take place Saturday May 7th at 6PM/Tucson Clay Co-op 3326 N. Dodge Blvd. or call Maxine at 792 6263 to make an appt.

RMACAC Spring College Fair! 12:30PM - 3:00PM
Event is open to the public and free of admission charge-Featuring upwards of 75 colleges and universities/We encourage you to share this information with any family and friends that would benefit from participating/The Gregory School 3231 N. Craycroft Rd. 327-6395

Author Event 1:00PM
Teen Author/Dragonkyn by Nathan Smith Jones/Barnes & Noble (Eastside) 5130 E. Broadway Blvd. 512-1166

Meet Author Diane Brennan 1:00PM
Back Pocket Coach: 33 Effective Communication Strategies for Work and Life will be here/Barnes & Noble (Westside) 7325 N. LaCholla Blvd. 742-6402

Meet Teen Author Nathan Smith Jones 1:00PM
Come out and hear him discuss writing his latest book Dragonkyn/Barnes & Noble (Eastside) 5130 E. Broadway Blvd. 512-1166

Steampunk Jewelry: Make It and Take It 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Teens & adults will have fun with tools, glue guns, and wire making steampunk themed art and jewelry/Woods Memorial Library 3455 N. First Ave. 594-5445 (Registration Required)

4th Annual River Rat Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament & Silent Auction 1:30PM - 4:30PM
21+/Suggested Donation: Buy-In $50; Re-Buy In $25/Proceeds to Benefit Old Pueblo Community Services Veterans Assistance Programs/MAKE IT A DAY! Breakfast Buffet, Salad Bar and Dessert from 9:30AM-12:30PM, $12 Enjoy a delicious breakfast served by the Cienega High School NJROTC/River Rat Bloody Marys, $6.50 each/Beef Stick, Cheese Stick, Olives and Pickle [Earn 5,000 Extra Poker Chips with Purchase of Breakfast and Bloody Mary's] Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 549 8424 E Old Spanish Trail 790-4626

Dusty Locks and the Three Bears/Tucson Symphony Orchestra 2:00PM
$12 & up/2 Times: 2PM & 3:30PM/TCC Leo Rich Theater 260 S. Church Ave. 577-3769

The Curse of the Pirate's Gold! 3:00PM
3 Times: 3PM, 6PM & 8:30PM/Adults $21.95/Seniors, Students, Military $17.95/Children $9.95/ 7010 E. Broadway Blvd. 886-9428 ()

Pima Community College Orchestra Spring Concert 3:00PM
$6 with discounts available/A concert dedicated to the music of Ludwig van Beethoven/PCC Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre-West Campus 2202 West Anklam Rd. 206-6986

Feminist Book Group 3:30PM
Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype by Clarissa Pinkola Estes/Antigone Books 411 N. 4th Ave. 792-3715

Holmes and Watson 4:00PM
$41 & up/2 Times: 4PM & 8PM/Following Holmes’s “death” at Reichenbach Falls, Dr. Watson is called upon to disprove the many frauds, fakes, and charlatans who have popped up all over the world claiming to be Holmes/Then … a newspaper clipping arrives, A remote mental asylum reports that three men have recently been admitted, each claiming to be the late detective/Each matches Holmes’s physical description-But one of them is quoted saying something only the real Holmes could possibly know/The Temple of Music and Art-Cabaret Theater 330 S Scott Ave. (AZ Theatre Co. 622-2823

Cooking and Dehydrating with the Sun 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Learn how to build a dehydrator and use it to make healthy snacks-Presented by Erick Meza, Technicians for Sustainability/Las Milpitas de Cottonwood Farm 2405 S Cottonwood Lane (Call Victor Ceballos 622-0525 for Registration info)

Tucson Premium Outlets Concert Series 4:00PM - 7:00PM
Music by The Jim Howell Band-Rock, Pop, Blues, Country/Presented by Free Admission/Guests are invited to bring their own chairs-Limited seating is provided/Concerts are three 45 minute sets/Tucson Premium Outlets 6401 Marana Center Blvd. (SAACA 797-3959) ()

Food Trucks & Twilight Farmers Market 4:00PM - 7:30PM
Desert Diamond Casino 1100 W. Pima Mine Rd-Sahuarita 294-7777 (I-19 Exit 80)

Desert Diamond Casinos FoodInRoot 4:00PM - 7:30PM
Desert Diamond Plaza 1100 W Pima Mine Rd-Sahuarita 261-6982

Edison's Annual HonkyTonk 'n Hoedown 4:00PM - 8:00PM
Featuring a variety show with Larry Moore and Lady Ashley, a chili cook-off with prizes and free chili entry, a silent auction, raffle prizes, and more! All proceeds will benefit the Community Food Bank/Venture-N 1239 N 6th Ave. (CFB 622-0525)

Silhouettes at Sundown (2 1/2 miles) 4:15PM
Reservations required/Trek along an arroyo as the setting sun magically silhouettes the Southwest’s most famous icon – the giant saguaro/This walk is one-third sandy wash with a few rock outcroppings, one-third hill with a gentle grade, and one-third dirt road/Saguaro National Park (West) 2700 N. Kinney Rd. 733-5158 (Park Entrance fee applies~$15 per vehicle/weekly pass-both districts of the park)

2 Times: 5PM & 8PM/STEP RIGHT UP and get ready to laugh, have fun, and celebrate a magical night out in PHOENIX! Much more than a magic show, it's a FUN Old-World Illusion Show mystifying locals, snowbirds, and travelers alike. Catch the longest running Arizona theater show in history and experience the “Magic, Mystery and OOOH La La!” Arizona Biltmore Resort 2400 E. Missouri Ave-Phoenix 615-5299 WWW.CARNIVALOFILLUSION.COM

Prime Rib Night 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Darryl is cutting 24oz of Prime Rib for $18 Served with Baked Potato, Green Beans, Salad Bar and a roll (while supplies last) No other items off the menu are available for Prime Rib Night/ 1175 W. Miracle Mile 622-9064

Unsung Heroes Celebration Dinner 5:30PM
$150/5:30PM Registration Opens/6PM Silent Auction Bidding Begins/7:30PM Dinner & Awards Ceremony/Loews Ventana Canyon Resort 7000 N Resort Dr. (Tucson Police Foundation 207-2878)

UofA Wildcats Softball vs ASU 6:00PM
$5-$10/UofA Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium
1700 E 2nd St. 621-2211

Big Screen on the Green 6:00PM - 8:30PM
Free/Bring your chair & spread out on our spectacular lawn with a food truck feast and movie under the stars-Stop by and learn first-hand how Green Fields School inspires students to think differently/Kick back, relax and watch the baseball classic "The Sandlot" on the outdoor big screen, courtesy of our friends at RoadHouse Cinemas! Green Fields School 6000 N. Camino de la Tierra 297-2288

Adult Painting Class (Desert Window) 6:30PM
$35/Grab a friend and follow our instructor's step by step instructions while you sip some wine and create your own beautiful masterpiece! 6530 E Tanque Verde Rd Ste. #160 (La Plaza Shoppes) 359-6675

Dinner Theater

Mystery & Magic Dinner Theater at the Five Palms! 6:30PM
Dinner Theater Playhouse! Take a full three course table-served fine dining experience; combine it with a classic, hilarious 3-act, interactive Comedy Murder Mystery Whodunit; throw in the setting of an award winning Magic Performance and be prepared for one of the most unique and memorable experiences of a lifetime/Watch an audience volunteer actually be sawn in half/Solve the crime, and possibly win the prize! Five Palms Steak & Seafood Restaurant 3500 E. Sunrise Dr. 861-4800 or 800-266-4800 for tickets www.MysteryDinner.Theater ()

$8/$11/$13/Under $10 Free with paying adult/ProStocks, Late Models, Hornets, Monster Trucks/Blower Mud Cars! 11955 S. Harrison Rd 762-1600 (Gates Open 5PM) SEE AD ON SPONSOR PAGE

Sentimental Journey with The Manhattan Dolls! 7:00PM
$13-$25/Sentimental Journey blends beautiful ballads with your favorite toe-tapping tunes, and of course, in classic USO fashion, takes some time to honor our brave men and women in the military/From boogie woogie to the blues, Sentimental Journey celebrates the best the Great American Songbook has to offer/ 13005 N Oracle Rd. at Rancho Vistoso Blvd-Oro Valley 529-1000

Music by NE-HI 7:00PM
Free, 21+/Hotel Congress 311 E. Congress St. 622-8848

The Sci-Fi Slumber Party! 7:00PM
$15/$13 Buckle up for 12 straight hours of intergalactic excitement/Vintage movie trailers, trivia games and out-of-this-world prizes~The Matrix 7PM/John Carpenter’s The Thing 9:30PM/Logan’s Run 11:30PM/Robocop (1987) 1:40AM/Night of the Comet in 35mm film print! 3:30AM/Snowpiercer 5AM/The Loft Cinema 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. 795-0844

I Dream in Widescreen 7:00PM
$5/BFA Thesis Films from The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television/Fox Tucson Theatre 17 W Congress St. 547-3040

Let Love Guide You: A Special Tribute to Our Founder 7:00PM
Suggested Donation $10/Presented by the Tucson Women's Chorus/Join us for a musical evening honoring our founder and long-time director, Karleena Ravenwood/Fifteen years ago, Karleena founded TWC as an organization that welcomes all women and girls regardless of musical ability and experience-We feel deeply blessed and privileged to be able to continue her musical legacy/Let Love Guide You promises to be an evening full of love, laughter, tears, and joy/St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church 3809 E. 3rd St. (TWC 404-3148) Doors Open 6:30PM

PHX Rising and UofA Men’s Soccer – Friendly 7:00PM - 10:00PM
$12/$8 Kino North Stadium 2500 East Ajo Way 724-KINO

The LoBros Spring Concert 7:00PM - 10:00PM
$7 Cover/Family Friendly~Featuring Guest Singer Carlos Burgos/Tucson's hottest Latin Jazz/Funk Band with their big brassy sound return to the Monty for this show! Monterey Court 505 W. Miracle Mile. 207-2429

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed Improv Comedy Troupe 7:30PM
$5/Tired of going to the movies? In the mood for something different? Why not try a hilarious Improv Comedy Show? Family Friendly Show! 3244 E. Speedway Blvd. (across from The Loft Cinema) 289-8076 (Tickets available online or at the door)

Malleus Graduate Percussion Group & Rosewood Marimba Band 7:30PM
$5/UofA Fred Fox School of Music-Crowder Hall 1017 N Olive Rd. 621-1655

Three Sisters 7:30PM
$18/$16/$10 Through a masterfully woven narrative, the play subtly conveys the transitory beauty and sadness of the passing moment for three educated sisters from Moscow/Their dreams of returning to a grander life gives way to the defeat of their sensitive minds, generous hearts and personal aspirations-Only the love they have for each other gives them the strength to hope/PCC Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre 2202 West Anklam Rd. 206-6986

$31/Presented by Arizona Repertory Theatre/Experience passion & seduction in this seven-time, Tony Award-winning musical/Revered by her people as an advocate for the poor, Eva Perón made a meteoric climb from the slums of Argentina to her role as beloved First Lady at the age of 27, and became one of the most powerful women in the world-though her grand ambition and fragile health also made her one of the most tragic/Told through a captivating score, Evita tells Eva’s remarkable true story through some of theatre’s most beautiful songs, including the unforgettable, Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina/UA Theatre Arts-Marroney Theatre 1025 N. Olive Rd 621-1162

Spring Collection 7:30PM
$32-$15/As “the closer” of the UA Dance Season, Spring Collection always offers something special-It is the confluence of dancers performing at the top of their game, and faculty and guest choreographers showcasing some of their best work/Stevie Eller Dance Theatre 1737 E University Blvd. 621-1162

Jump Start: Student Spotlight 7:30PM
$25-$13/Jump Start will give you a glimpse into a not too distant future, because a new era is about to begin-The next generation of dance artists are about to break from our stage and fan out across the country/Stevie Eller Dance Theatre 1737 E University Blvd. 621-1162

Below the Belt 7:30PM
$18/$20 Three men face off somewhere in an anonymous factory; one bullying and truculent, one ambitious and evasive, and the third a trembling mass of insecurity and arrogance-These characters are irresistibly funny as they maneuver in their pointless quest for status/Live Theatre Workshop 5317 E Speedway Blvd. 327-4242

The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare 7:30PM
$18/$22 Presented by Something Something Theatre/Shakespeare's beloved play about the wooer and the wooed is turned on its ear in Esther Almazán's interpretation of The Taming of the Shrew/Steinfeld Warehouse Community Arts Center 101 W 6th St. 261-9219 or SST 468-6111

Macbeth by William Shakespeare 7:30PM
$35/With the encouragement of his wife and supernatural prediction, Macbeth kills the king and assumes the throne/One of the four great Shakesperean tragedies—the most vivid and benighted/The Rogue Theatre 300 E. University Blvd. 551-2053

Comedian Ivan Pecel 8:00PM
$12.50/$17.50 2 Shows: 8PM & 10:30PM/Ivan brings the term "High Energy" to an entirely different level by delivering an unforgettable show unlike anything you have seen before-As funny as a stand up comic, and as skilled as a chinese acrobat, Ivan has appeared on MTV, America's Got Talent, and the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Laff's Comedy Caffe 2900 E. Broadway Blvd. 32-Funny

Rhiannon Giddens- The Freedom Highway Tour 8:00PM
$26-$29, All Ages/Rialto Theatre 18 E. Congress St. 740-1000

Flash Back Saturdays 8:30PM
Gigi and the Glow entertain and dance to 80's & 90's music/Five Palms Restaurant 3500 E. Sunrise Dr. 615-5555

Music by Giant Blue Band featuring Anna Warr 8:30PM
Brother John's Beer Bourbon & BBQ 1801 N Stone Ave. 867-6787

Sexy Salsa Saturdays with free dance lesson 9:00PM
9PM-1AM/Dance to the best Salsa, Mambo, Timba, Cumbia, Bachata, Cha Cha, Merengue, Kizomba (We love to play your requests with different DJ each week) Free Salsa/Bachata Dance Lesson 9PM-10PM/All ages Welcome, Singles & Couples/3 restaurants open till 11PM/Cover $7/Five Palms Restaurant 3500 E. Sunrise Dr. (Magic Mikey 444-0439)

Karaoke with Martha! 9:00PM
Tell her the name of the song or the artist and she's got it! There is always room in the rotation and great voices of all ages! The show doesn't stop until 2AM/ 1175 W. Miracle Mile 622-9064

Music by Neon Prophet 9:30PM
Reggae/Chicago Bar 5954 E. Speedway Blvd. 748-8169

Cult Classic-Akira (R) 10:00PM
$6/$5 (1988) In Japanese with English subtitles/The film that helped introduce anime to Western audiences, the highly-influential cult classic Akira is a twisted dystopian parable of violence and rock-n-roll, Japanese style, based on the comic book by Katsuhiro Otomo/The Loft Cinema 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. 795-0844

Saturdaze Dance Party 10:00PM
Free, 21+/With DJ Bob Really, Sid the Kid, & Andrew Shuta/Club Congress 311 E Congress St. 622-8848

RETRO▶︎AZED Episode III: Collision 10:00PM
$10/A gathering to celebrate the history of dance music/The story will be told in three parts, between two rooms, with only one focus: MUSIC/SOLAR: Eliogold vs DJ Hart/GALACTIC: Hades 2-Corbin Dooley-Scholar/Visuals by Adan Martinez Kee/Solar Culture Gallery 31 E Toole Ave. 884-0874

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