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March 4 Thru 25 RIVERWEST CO-OP: “Casual Coffee Informational Meetings” about home buying information from Lincoln Neighborhood Redevelopment Corp. 3-6 PM. Thru MARCH 7 BOULEVARD ENSEMBLE STUDIO THEATRE: “Waiting for Godot.” www.boulevardtheatre.com. March 7 Thru April 6 SOUPER SUNDAYS: Every Sunday Aldermanic candidate Carole Wehner holds “Souper Sundays” in her office with live Reggae music by David Robinson. 826 E. Center St. 12-5 PM. March 17 Thru April 10 BOULEVARD ENSEMBLE STUDIO THEATRE: “Frankie & Jonny in Clair de Lune.” Kurt Hartwig’s interpretation of “Around the World in 80 Days.” www.boulevardtheatre.com THRU APRIL 14 MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY/DOWNTOWN: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance: Mondays, 5:30 to 7:30 PM. Call 297-1322. thru APRIL 15 MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tax Counseling for the Elderly. East Library. Mondays, 1 PM. 1910 E. North Ave. Martin Luther King Library, Thursdays, 1 PM. 310 W. Locust. For info call 286-2794. 1 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. The foundation: The Soul Hole with DJ Flavor Dav & Super Andy Noble.10 PM to close. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Sigmund Snopek. PEACE ACTION WISCONSIN: Students for Justice meeting. 6 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Pink Flamingos.” 7 PM. 2 TUESDAY CIRCLE A: Savage Jook Challenge. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Creative Playground For ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Teen Leadership Council: 4:30-5:30 PM. Parent Support Group: Call 263-8383 ext. 126 to register. MAC’S RED EYE: Karaoke; every Tuesday. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 4:30-9 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 6 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Burdock Brigade. 9 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Point of Order.” 7 PM. 3 WEDNESDAY CIRCLE A: Freeform with Mark E. Lee’s Homegrown Tones. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground: For ages 7-10. 2:30-6 PM. EAST LIBRARY: Book Discussion. “Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation.” 7 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic Open Stage Featuring Jason Hickling. MAC’S RED EYE: Karaoke; every Wednesday. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Men’s Group. 223-3220. 5:30-8:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Introduction to Yoga class with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. Kids Yoga, ages 8-12. 4-5:15 PM. Through March 10. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Wednesday walks with Ken. 9:30 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “The Weather Underground” & “Underground.” 7 PM. 4 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: Warlock the Jookbot. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Teen Leadership Council: 4:30-5:30 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. The foundation: The Go Go Train with Fur Hat, Flavor Dav & Lil’ Pow Wow. LINNEMAN’S: The Happening, Evibe. MAD PLANET: Mod Night. ONOPA brewery: Just a Fire, Dirty Tricks, The Saltshakers, Heathrow. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Women’s Programming. 5-8 PM. 223-3220. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 2 with Peggy Hong. 8:45 AM. Level 1 with Annie Melchior. 6 PM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Martin Hintz, author of “Irish Milwaukee.” 7 PM. 4093 N. Oakland, 332-1181. UWM UNION THEATRE: “The Weather Underground” & “Underground.” 7 PM. 5 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE: Graham Lindsey with William Branch & Bob Olson. 9 PM. $5. CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: The Joe Variety Show: A Fifty Year Leap Back into the Cultural Fabric of the McCarthy Era. $10/students free with valid ID. Call 278-8295, Ext. 15 for more info. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” with The Aimless Blades. 8 PM. $2. Rockin’ A Friday w/ Chuck Le Fuk. 10 PM. COA: Creative Playground for ages 7-10. 2:30 -6 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: A Concert with The Milwaukee Conservatory of Music, Guitar Students of Ray Mueller. $3 & two cans of food. 8 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Repertoire. MAC’S RED EYE: Mrs. Fun. MAD PLANET: Retro Night. ONOPA brewery: US Maple, Crime and Judy, Mahogany Throttle. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-10 PM. UWM UNION art gallery: An exhibition dedicated to the memory of UWM sculptor George Goundie. March 5 thru March 25. For info, call 229-6310. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Zero Day.” 7 & 9 PM. 6 SATURDAY ANODYNE COFFEE: Open Mic. 7-10 PM. BREMEN CAFE: Scott Hlvaenka & Friends. 9 PM. $5. CENTRAL LIBRARY: Between the Lions Club, for children ages 3-6. 814 W. Wisconsin Ave. 10:30-11:15 AM. CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: The Joe Variety Show: A Fifty Year Leap Back into the Cultural Fabric of the McCarthy Era. $10/students free with valid ID. Call 278-8295, Ext. 15 for more info. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: Psychedelic Psaturday w/ Krautzeit. THE COFFEEHOUSE: BetWAMI award winning original folk rock music with Fair Weber. 8 PM. $4. Fair trade farmers’ market: St. Casimir’s Hall. 924 E. Clarke. 1-7 PM. frozen snot ride: Bike from Fuel Cafe to Lula’s Cafe (10 AM stop), Evan’s Place (11 AM stop), and Palomino (12:30 PM) for the Daytona 200. Snow date is March6. GOOD DAY SIR STUDIOS: Free 4-Track analog home recording workshop. 810 E. Clark St. Register at www.anticool.com. 12 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 8 AM. LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic Showcase with Melanie Jane, Heide Spencer, Sara Pace, Llysa Spencer, and Vera Deirdre. MAC’S RED EYE: Madhouse. MAD PLANET: The Vega Star, The Silence, Islands. 21+. 10 PM. ONOPA brewery: Dub is a Weapon (NYC members of Antibalas), Super Noble Bros. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-9:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Aligned Vinyassa with Annie Melchior. 12-1:30 PM. snails crossing meeting: 9 AM to 12 PM. Located at Beginning Dreams Studio (Bremen & Burleigh). URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Science Saturday: Drop in. Free. Burdock Brigade: 9 AM. Animal Feeding: 1 PM. Free. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Zero Day.” 7 PM & 9 PM. 7 SUNDAY Book RELEASE Party: Shorewood & Messmer High Schools will co-host a “book release” party for Greg Borowski’s “First and Long: A Black School, a White School, and their Season of Dreams.” 742 W. Capitol Dr. 11 AM-1 PM. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8,” w/ The Riverwest Aces. 8 PM. $2. RootSunday w/ Sheppy’s Mixed Roots. 10 PM. EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS: Weekly Meeting. St. Mary of Czestochowa Church. For more info call Jeff at 372-8085. 6 PM. MAc’s red eye: “Live Music Sundays.” Open Mic and-sing-along. With host Blue Valentine. MAD PLANET: The Walkmen, The French Kicks, Rub. 21+. 9 PM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Zero Day.” 7 PM & 9 PM. 8 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. The foundation: The Soul Hole with DJ Flavor Dav & Big Squeeze.10 PM – close. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Melanie Jane. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. UWM UNION ART gallery: Transport Milwaukee. A historic, educational, and artistic look at how Milwaukeeans get around the city. Through March 12. Located in the UWM Union Concourse. Call 229-6310 for info. UWM UNION THEATRE: “The Hired Hand.” 7 PM. 9 TUESDAY RIVERWEST NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: Monthly Meeting. YMCA CDC Office. 7 PM. BREMEN CAFE: Women Take Back the Mic. Open Mic. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: Jook Savagery Challenge. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Teen Leadership Council: 4:30-5:30 PM. Parent Support Group: Call 263-8383, ext. 126 to register. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 4:30-9 PM. REDROOM: Sake Night with Flavor Dav. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 6 PM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Danny Wallace. Author of “Join Me!” 2559 Downer, 332-1181. 7 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Burdock Brigade. 9 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: Experimental Tuesdays: An Evening with Video Artist Steve Reinke. 7 PM. 10 WEDNESDAY CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Exhibition Lecture. “Stilled Life: Metaphor and Meaning in Dutch and Spanish Painting.” Presented by Laurie Winters, Curator of Earlier European Art with the Milwaukee Art Museum. $5 Adults/$3 Seniors & Students. Free to members. Call 278-8295 for info. 7 PM. CIRCLE A: FreeForm w/ Magnum, D.J. and Hi-Ball. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. Kilbourn Park planning meeting: Second floor Board Room at COA. 909 E. North Ave. 5:3o PM. LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic Open Stage featuring Joint Effort. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Men’s Group. 223-3220. 5:30-8:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Introduction to Yoga class with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. Yoga for Children ages 8-12 with Peggy Hong. 4-5:15 PM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Virginia Holman, author of “Rescuing Patty Hearst.” 4093 N. Oakland Ave., 963-3111. 7 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Wednesday Walks with Ken. 9:30 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Boy Meets Girl.” 7 PM. 11 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: “Roll-Yer-Own” Classic LP Sides. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Creative Playground, ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. The foundation: The Go Go Train with Fur Hat, Flavor Dav and Lil’ Pow Wow. LINNEMAN’S: Lemon Pie, “1984.” MAD PLANET: Mod Night. ONOPA brewery: The Von Bondies, The Avatars, The Crossed Wires. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Women’s Programming. 223-3220. 5-8 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 2 with Peggy Hong. 8:45 AM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Early morning bird walks. 8 AM. Free. Riverside Camera Club. 7 PM. UWM UNION ballroom: Free show with Yawo. 8 PM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Mauvais Sang.” 7 PM. 12 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE: Al Kammen. 9 PM. $5. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” w/ The Chop Top Tornados. 8 PM. $3. COA: Creative Playground: For ages 7-10. 2:30-6 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Acoustic/Spoken Word Open Stage. 8 PM. $2.50. LINNEMAN’S: Del Mar. MAC’S RED EYE: Synchous Soul (Madison). MAD PLANET: Retro Night. ONOPA brewery: If I Had a HIFI (CD release), Sounds Like Braile (CD release), The Hold Steady (NYC), Washington Social Club. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-10 PM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “In My Skin (Dans ma peau).” 7 PM & 9 PM. 13 SATURDAY ANODYNE COFFEE: Open Mic. 7-10 PM. CENTRAL LIBRARY: Between the Lions Club, for children ages 3-6. 814 W. Wisconsin Ave. 10:30-11:15 AM. 10-Cent used book and magazine sale. Proceeds will help fund special projects for the Milwaukee Public LIbrary. CIRCLE A: Psychedelic Psaturday w/ Shock and Awe! THE COFFEEHOUSE: Flamenco Dancing with The Iberian Spanish Dancers, accompanied by Rica Kanoaka and Carlos Otero. 8 PM. $4. THE CORN CLUB: All-Age Rock Show/ CD Release Party- EZ T, Those Royals, Not This Atrium, The Flying Party. 810 E. Clark St. For info, call 372-8395. 9 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 8 AM. LINNEMAN’S: St. Patty’s Party with Frogwater. MAC’S RED EYE: Annie Hall with Self Righteous Brothers. MAD PLANET: Johnny Toymaker, Mabel, Telectro, The Saucers. 21+. 10 PM. Milwaukee art museum: Slipware Demonstration Day. Demonstration sby ceramic artists Michelle Erickson and Don Carpentier on how to decorate pottery with liquid clay. 1 PM. ONOPA brewery: Second Harvest Benefit with The Bugs, 2toneblonde, Union Pulse, Fashion Show by Zoe. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-9:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Aligned Vinyassa with Annie Melchior. 12 PM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Rick Steves, author of “Rick Steves Travel Series.” 4093 N. Oakland Ave., 963-3111. 7 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Science Saturday: Drop in. Free. Animal Feeding. 1 PM. Free. UWM UNION THEATRE: “In My Skin (Dans ma peau).” 7 PM & 9 PM. 14 SUNDAY Book signing: Greg Borowski will be selling and signing his new book, “First and Long: A Black School, a White School, and Their Season of Dreams” at the Our Lady of Divine Providence Parish picnic. Located at 3055 N. Fratney St. 9 AM-1 PM. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” w/ Avalon. 8 PM. $2. RootSunday with Dollar Bill. 10 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Living Activism Night benefit for Project Return. Poetry from Bill Murtaugh, Harvey Taylor, and members of Project Return. 7 PM. Free will offering. EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS: Weekly Meeting. St. Mary of Czestochowa Church. For more info call Jeff at 372-8085. 6 PM. Pancake Breakfast: Our Lady of Divine Providence Parish’s Annual Pancake Breakfast. Located at the St. Mary Czestochowa site, 3055 N. Fratney St. 9 AM-1 PM. MAc’s red eye: “Live Music Sundays.” Open Mic and-sing-along. With host Blue Valentine. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Story Time in the Park. 2 PM. $5 per child/$3 members. UWM UNION THEATRE: “In My Skin (Dans ma peau).” 7 PM & 9 PM. 15 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Everyone welcome to the monthly Board Meeting. 7 PM. The foundation: The Soul Hole with special guest hosts Fur Hat, and Top Shelf. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Sigmund Snopek. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. 16 TUESDAY CIRCLE A: Savage Jookery Challenge. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Family Lunch Bunch: 11:30-1:30 PM. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Teen Leadership Council: 4:30-5:30 PM. Parent Support Group: Call 263-8383 ext. 126 to register. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 4:30-9 PM. RIVERHORSE: St. Urho’s Day Spectacular with Flavor Dav and MCMC. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 6 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Burdock Brigade. 9 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Another Afghanistan: Kabul Diary 1985” & “Traces: The Kabul Museum 1988.” 7 PM. 17 WEDNESDAY CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Classic Movies in a Classic Mansion. “My Wild Irish Rose.” 7-10 PM. $5 Adults/$3 Seniors & Students. Free to members. CIRCLE A: Free Form with Bacon Manager. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic Open Stage. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Men’s Group. 223-3220. 5:30-8:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Introduction to Yoga class with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Wednesday Walks with Ken. 9:30 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “An Engineer’s Assistant” & “On the Road: A Document.” 7 PM. VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUM: Opening reception for new exhibition. American Garden Legacy: Exploring Garden Transformations, 1900-2000. $6 members/$8 non-members. 5:30-8:30 PM. Garden Lecture Series: Modern Twist to Traditional Gardening Techniques. Museum and Garden Club members $6 per lecture or $25 series discount/non-members $8 per lecture or $35 series discount. 7 PM. 18 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: Punk Rock Warlock. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. The foundation: The Go Go Train with Fur Hat, Flavor Dav and Lil’ Pow Wow. LINNEMAN’S: Note Benders. MAD PLANET: Mod. Night. ONOPA brewery: Pseudo Six, The Vega Star, The Five Mod Four. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Women’s Programming. 223-3220. 5-8 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 2 with Peggy Hong. 8:45 AM. Level 1 with Annie Melchior. 6 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Early Morning Bird Walks. 8 AM. Free. Riverside Camera Club. 7-9 PM. UWM peck school of THE Arts: Retrospectives and New Perspectives. 7:30 PM. $8 general/$5 students. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Shiranui Sea.” 7 PM. 19 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE: Heidi Spencer, Llyssa Spencer & Melanie Jane. 9 PM. $5. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” w/ Dr. Chow’s Love Medicine. 8 PM. $2. Rockin’ A Friday with Let’s Rock with Johnny Z. 10 PM. COA: Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Irish music trio Bantry Bay. 8 PM. $4. LINNEMAN’S: Recycled Future. MAC’S RED EYE: Mrs. Fun. MAD PLANET: Retro Night. ONOPA brewery: Minus After, Rusty P’s, one-F. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-10 PM. Riverhorse: Old Wave Night with Flavor Dav and MCMC. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Dog Days (Hundstage).” 7 PM & 9:30 PM. 20 SATURDAY ANODYNE COFFEE: Open Mic. 7-10 PM. Book REading: Tom Tolan will be reading from his book, “Riverwest: A Community History” at Voss Books, 229 N. Water St. 11 AM. BREMEN CAFE: David Drake. 9 PM. $5. CIRCLE A: Pub Crawl. 4 PM. Psychedelic Psaturday w/Headsets’ Psycho Lounge. 9:30 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Original, contemporary, and traditional folk with Sweet Diversity. 8 PM. $4. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: One day retreat at the Great Lake Zen Center. “Beginners Mind.” Call 771-2490 for info. 9 AM-4 PM. Regular Practice. 8 AM. LINNEMAN’S: Little Jimmy and the Blackbirds. MAC’S RED EYE: 2tonedblonde. MAD PLANET: The Saltshakers, the Inevitable Band, Those Royals, The Box Social. 21+. 10 PM. ONOPA brewery: The Starlight Mints, Dressy Bessy, Palomar (kindercore). Peace Action: “Global Day of Action.” Milwaukee event downtown at the sunburst sculpture. Noon. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-9:30 PM. RIVERWEST pub crawl: To Benefit Children’s Charities. 25 Taverns. Registration at 2670 N. Holton St. 1-5 PM. $30. Advanced registration $25 at Mac’s Red Eye, Dino’s, Circle A, The Gig, and Onopa Brewing Co. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Aligned Vinyassa with Annie Melchior. 12-1:30 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Science Saturday: Drop in. Free. Burdock Brigade: 9 AM. Volunteer Orientation: 10 AM. Animal Feeding: 1 PM. Free. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Dog Days (Hundstage).” 7 PM & 9:30 PM. VOSS BOOK STORE: Tom Tolan reads from Riverwest: A Community History. 229 N. Water St. 11 AM 21 SUNDAY burnham bowl hall: Dale Kuntz semi-annual Movie Collectible Show. 6016 W. Burnham. 10 AM to 4 PM. $2. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” w/ Edgar Allan Cash. 8 PM. $2. RootSunday with Trail Boss Tim. 10 PM. EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS: Weekly Meeting. St. Mary of Czestochowa Church. For more info call Jeff at 372-8085. 6 PM. MAc’s red eye: “Live Music Sundays.” Open Mic and-sing-along. With host Blue Valentine. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Free Yoga class with Peggy Hong. 3:30 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Sunday Walk for Families. Adults $5/$3 members, Children $4/$2 members, max. $15 per family. 2 PM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Dog Days (Hundstage).” 7 PM & 9:30 PM. 22 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. The foundation: The Soul Hole with DJ Flavor Dav & Joe the Ambassador. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Amy Rohan. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Theresa Perry, co-author of “Young, Gifted, and Black.” 2559 N. Downer Ave., 332-1181. 7 PM. SIERRA club meeting: Special guest Terry Hansen. Mayfair Mall Community Room. 7 PM. 23 TUESDAY CIRCLE A: Jook Savages Along the Milwaukee Challenge. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Family Lunch Bunch: 11:30-1:30 PM. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Teen Leadership Council: 4:30-5:30 PM. Parent Support Group: Call 263-8383 ext. 126 to register. The foundation: The Soul Hole with Flavor Dav and Spring Break. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 4:30 -9 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 6 PM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Craig Werner, author of “Higher Ground.” 2559 N. Downer Ave., 332-1181. 7 PM. 24 WEDNESDAY CIRCLE A: FreeForm w/ Baseck and Red Shift. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic Open Stage featuring Thacher Schmid. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Men’s Group. 223-3220. 5:30-8:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Introduction to Yoga class with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUM: Garden Lecture Series: Garden Gleanings. $6 Museum & Garden club members/ $8 non-member. 7 PM. 25 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. CIRCLE A: “Roll Yer Own” Classic LP Sides. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: Call Wendy Green at 263-8383, ext. 105 to enroll. 8:30-2 PM. Free. Family Drop-In Time: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10:30-11:30 AM. Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. Basic Computer Skills for Adults: Call Tom Jacobs at 263-8383, ext. 139 to enroll. 6:30-8:30 PM. Free. THE FOUNDATION: The Go Go Train with Fur Hat, Flavor Dav and Lil’ Pow Wow. LINNEMAN’S: Wise Fools. MAD PLANET: Mod Night. ONOPA BREWERY: TV On The Radio, (Touch and Go), Panters (Vice). PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Women’s Programming. 223-3220. 5-8 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 2 with Peggy Hong. 8:45 AM. Level 1 with Annie Melchior. 6 PM. WOODLAND PATTERN: Experimental Film/Video Series, presented by UWM Film Department. “One Way Boogie Woogie.” For info, call 263-5001. 7 PM. $2. 26 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE: Lil’ Rev and Cecelia. 9 PM. $7. CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” w/ Floor Model. 8 PM. $2. Rockin’ A Friday with Lars and Harmony. 10 PM. COA: Creative Playground for ages 7-10: 2:30-6 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Humorous poetry with Kathy Dixon and acoustic music from The Tumbling Dice. 8 PM. $4. THE FOUNDATION: The Go Go Train with Fur Hat, Flavor Dav and Lil’ Pow Wow. THE GAMMEX THEATER: A black comedy film, “What You Become.” In the Discovery World Museum of the Museum Complex, the James Lovell Museum of Science, Economics & Technology. For info, call 765-9966. 8 PM. $6 general admission. LINNEMAN’S: Clammazzon. MAC’S RED EYE: Geoff Landon and the Wolfpack. MAD PLANET: Retro Night. ONOPA BREWERY: The Hang Ups, The Melismatics, Radio-Berlin, Turn Pale. OUTCARE: Planned Parenthood Health Center in the LGBT Community Center. 277-9370. 1:30-9:30 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-10 PM. 27 SATURDAY ANODYNE COFFEE: Open Mic. 7-10 PM. BREMEN CAFE: Mambo Surfers, with opening Matt Hendricks. 9 PM. $5. CIRCLE A: Psychedelic Psaturday with Lemonie Fresh. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Milwaukee musician Co-op reunion with One Lane Bridge, John Gaertner, Mud River Lee & The Bluegrass 3. 8 PM. $4. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 8 AM. THE GREEN gallery: Show opening featuring drawings by Eric Schoen. 810 E. Clark St. 9 PM-midnight. LINNEMAN’S: Salt Creek. MAC’S RED EYE: Consentsual. MAD PLANET: The Snaggs, featuring Holland Zander, daughter of Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander, Nerve Twins, Scarlett. 21+. 10 PM. onopa brewery: Riverwurst release party with The Paragraphs, MasterZasterBlaster, Uncle Larry, Technotrance, and Bellydance. $5. 9 PM. 21+. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 5-9:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Aligned Vinyassa with Annie Melchior. 12-1:30 PM. URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER: Science Saturday. 28 SUNDAY CIRCLE A: “Alive at 8” w/ The Rhinestone Brothers. 8 PM.$2. RootSunday with Cousin Carl. 10 PM. THE COFFEEHOUSE: Acoustic/Spoken Word Open Stage. 8 PM. $2.50. EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS: Weekly Meeting. St. Mary of Czestochowa Church. For more info call Jeff at 372-8085. 6 PM. GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 7:30 PM. MAC’S RED EYE: “Live Music Sundays.” Open Mic and-sing-along. With host Blue Valentine. 29 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 8 PM. THE FOUNDATION: The Soul Hole with DJ Flavor Dav & the Sole Hole All-Stars. LINNEMAN’S: Mike Fredricksen. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: Experimental Tuesdays: “El Valley Centro.” 7 PM. 30 TUESDAY CIRCLE A: Fifth Tuesday Poetry Night with Eliet Brookes. 9 PM. Open Mic 8 & 10 PM. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Drop-in center. 223-3220. 4:30 -9 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Level 1 with Peggy Hong. 6 PM. SCHWARTZ BOOKSTORE: Joao Magueijo author of “Faster Than the Speed of Light.” 2559 N. Downer Ave., 332-1181. 7 PM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Los.” 7 PM. 31 WEDNESDAY CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Classic Movies in a classic Mansion. “The Enchanted Cottage.” Call 278-8295 for info. $5 Adults/$3 Students and Seniors. Free to members. CIRCLE A: Freeform with Ignatz and The Brains. LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic Open Stage featuring Daniel Von Jens. PROJECT Q: LGBT Community Center. Young Men’s Group. 223-3220. 5:30-8:30 PM. RIVERWEST YOGASHALA: Introduction to Yoga Class with Peggy Hong. 9 AM. UWM UNION THEATRE: “Sogobi.” 7 PM. VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUM: Garden Lecture Series: Unusual Annuals: A Tropical Twist. 7 PM. $6 Museum & Garden club members/ $8 non-members.