Come visit an old Tucson classic. Warsaw will playing in the Cellar tonight with Slightly Stoopid. The show starts at 6 p.m., so you can still hit the bars with your friends afterward. The show costs $8. Give Jake a call at 621-5779 if you've got any questions.
Need some music in your life but can't make it to tonight's show in the Cellar? Check out the band playing on the Mall as part of this week's Eat to the Beat concert series. The show starts at noon, and the best part of it is it's free. Call 621-1111 for all the details.
Here's a great reason to clear your schedule tonight. A sneak preview of "The Contender" is showing in Social Sciences 100 at 9 p.m. Grab this chance to check out the movie before it hits the theaters. And if you don't have too much homework, make it a double feature. Come two hours early for a screening of "The Usual Suspects." Kevin Spacey may have won the Academy Award for American Beauty, but this is where his acting skills are best displayed. The show will cost you $2.50, but it's worth it since the next one's free.
Top off a long day of classes with a relaxing stroll through the Joseph Gross Gallery and stay for tonight's Artist Lecture Series. This program will feature "Beverly McIver: Life is Good," and starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Building, Room S202. Call 626-4215 if you need more information.
Emory Sekaquaptewa is out to prove you wrong. This UA research anthropologist will disprove the popular perception that American Indian languages are dead. Sekaquaptewa and his colleagues developed a Hopi-English dictionary for the formal study of the language in the classroom. Tonight they will discuss the process of making the dictionary and the development of Hopi literacy classes. The program will be held in the Center for English as a Second Language in Room 103.
Seeing live theater productions is great, but let's admit it. They can get a little stuffy sometimes. But the UA has a solution to that. The theater department will perform "Wiley and the Hairy Man," a children's tale aimed at third through sixth graders. So come unwind with a good play and let the children keep you laughing. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Directing Studio, Room 116 in the fine arts complex. Call the box office at 621-1162 to reserve your tickets.