By Staff Reports
Arizona Daily Wildcat November 21, 1996
- Did you come here for an education? I'd go to School For Scandal, the latest production of the Arizona Repertory Theatre. It runs tonight through Sat @ 8 PM, then again for a 2 PM matinee on Sunday. Laboratory Theatre, Fine Arts Complex on the UA campus. 621 - 1162 for details. http://www.arts.arizona.edu/theatre
- Nobody says the want to be a post-apocalyptic barbarian when they grow up, but Education by Example seems to feel that The Road Warrior is a shining beacon of hope for all those in need of a role model. It plays at midnight tonight and tomorrow @ Gallagher. Get a dollar off the price of admission if you bring six empty aluminum cans or two cans of food.
- Local playboys Funky BĒnz take the stage @ Berky's on Fourth. Lock up your daughters.
- The Rialto has historically been one of the nicest places to catch a show in this thriving metropolis, and the cabaret, while not quite completed, is open for business starting tomorrow evening. The Fabulous Thunderbirds are on hand to mark the event with not one, but two big shows at the Rialto Theatre. Haven't been there? Look for it right across the street from Congress. Sure, Jimmy Vaughn might've left the band, but it should prove to be an incredible show. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and go to benefit efforts to restore the venue. Showtimes are 8 & 11 PM.
- Matador recording artists Railroad Jerk steam into town for an early show @ Congress on Saturday. Doors open at 7, and Skeleton Key and Giant Sand's Howe Gelb open this early show, with DJ Spider spinnin' at 10 PM.
- The show'll probably get out early enough for you to continue your evening of indie-pop over at the Airport Lounge. San Francisco's legendary Barbara Manning headlines a $3 show with Calexico and Wisefolk Malcontent. 882-0400
- I dunno about you, but I consider my build to be more of a 6 pack than a keg. But hey, maybe that's just me and maybe... if I'm lucky... I'll meet the mate of my dreams via the Singled Out dating game taking place @ The Main Gate Block Party. The Drakes and One Blood provide the live musical accompaniment to this shopping extravaganza/love fest. Don't expect to see Chris Hardwick there, though...
- That Shaft is one bad... The word on the street is that they just added a second rapper to their lineup and, sure, some people might compare 'em to 311... but they've got their own thing going too. The infamous M.A.C. (Monkeys Abolish Children) headline, while OIL and gatýrot fill out the bill. All ages @ the Paragon, bring 2 canned of food, 2 bucks, or some decent clothing to get in.