Wed., July 15
Get the life sucked out of you - in the figurative sense, of course. Student Health is sponsoring another Red Cross Blood Drive today near the Cactus Garden on the UA Mall. Line up for your chance to be a Good Samaritan and potentially pass out from 9-11:30 a.m. Questions? Contact Joyce Meder at 621-7428.
Ever wonder what Tucson looked like before it was graced with Fascinations and the Main Gate Parking Garage? Then come to the Arizona Historical Society (949 E. 2nd St.) tonight at 7 for a free lecture entitled "The Old Pueblo Goes '50's Pop." Bonnie Henry, feature writer for the Arizona Daily Star, will be talking about Tucson's versions of poodle skirts, drive-in theaters, and sock hops till 9 p.m. in the Pima Gallery. The talk is part of BOOM!! Post-World War II Tucson Lectures.
Thursday, July 16
Jeremy Irons costars with Li Gong and Maggie Cheung in "Chinese Box," showing tonight at The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway. This is the reclamation of Hong Kong by China as seen through the eyes of a journalist and a prostitute. The matinee showing at 3:10 p.m. is only $3.75; later showings at 5:10 p.m., 7:10 p.m., and 9:10 p.m. are $6 for adults and $3.75 for students.
Friday, July 17
Shoebomb, Les Payne Product and Twine infiltrate Club Congress tonight. Join the ranks for $4. Call 622-8848 for showtimes.
Sunday, July 19
Club Congress ends your week on the right foot (or left, if you are female) tonight with Havana, the weekly Latin extravaganza from 9 p.m. till last call. No cover, bananas optional.
If samba ain't your style, (or you are not of legal drinking age), join The Vandals, Nerf Herder and The Ataris at the Double Zero, 121 E. Congress, for an all ages show that's just $7. Call 670-9332 for the specifics.
Monday, July 20
Continuing the theme of death and destruction, "Highlander" kicks off this week's movie lineup at Gallagher Theatre. Admission is $2.50.