Test your trivia chops for prizes! Every Wednesday.
Dirty South Trivia offers house cash prizes. Every Wednesday.
(Eastside location) Open your pie hole for a chance to win cash prizes.
LEAVING COUNTRIES SINGER-SONGWRITER SHOWCASE Rock out every Wednesday at this open mic. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for booking.
KARAOKE With your host Lynn, the Queen of Karaoke! This week's edition is a karaoke contest, so bring your A-game!
KARAOKE WITH THE KING Sing your guts out every Wednesday!
HIP HOP OPEN MIC Show off your skills and network with others in the industry.
A SUNNY DAY IN GLASGOW Influential, Philadelphia-based shoegaze band returns with a new album and tour after a four-year hiatus. See story on p. 11.
HAINTS New indie-pop project from Kris Barratt (Spring Tigers).
SCOOTERBABE Local noise-pop group.
DEEP STATE Members of Little Gold and Brothers play driving, melodic guitar-rock.
MOUSER Exuberant garage-pop that experiments with noise jams.
MILEZO Fuzzy, psychedelic pop group from Austin, TX. See Calendar Pick on p. 13.
MARMALAKES Texas-based folk-pop band.
HORSE THIEF Oklahoma City-based band with a panoramic yet nuanced sound that flows from intimate to anthemic.
SARAH ALEXANDRIA SMITH Atlanta-based avant-garde artist.
MANNY AND THE DEEPTHROATS Local experimental sound/video artist Manny Lage explores concepts in performative culture.
JO RB JONES Local experimental acoustic pop songwriter performs with her new live band.
SAD DADS This sort-of supergroup of unaccomplished townies shares sad and goofy DIY songs influenced by Pavement, Captain Beefheart and more.
SHADES MARTEL This local writer, former spy and Mercution revolutionary blasts guitar-distorted keyboard sonatas in an attempt at transcending musicianship and traditional songwriting.
CAROLINE AIKEN AND CATCH A C.A.B. One of Athens' most talented and respected performing songwriters. Her bluesy voice and masterful technique guarantee a hypnotic performance.
JAZZ NIGHT The longest standing weekly music gig in Athens! Join drummer Nicholas Wiles with bassist Drew Hart and pianist Steve Key for an evening of original music, improv and standards.
Learn how to apply the teaching of Buddha to end suffering and bring peace to your life. Every Wednesday.
This course is designed to give small business owners an overview of using QuickBooks for their business needs.
Local and sustainable produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, prepared foods, crafts and live music.
VINYL WEDNESDAYS Bring your own records and spin them at the bar!
Ciné presents a new series of afternoon shows for moms, dads and their babies. With soft lighting, lowered sound, stroller parking and a changing table in the screening room, parents and caregivers can watch an adult movie without having to find a babysitter. This week's films include Finding Vivian Maier (3 p.m.) and Begin Again (3:15 p.m.).
This film tells the story of how volunteers created and continue to sustain an outstanding art center. Refreshments will be served.
This documentary explores the life of a mysterious nanny who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that were not discovered until decades later. With an introduction by Dr. Janice Simon of the Lamar Dodd School of Art. See Calendar Pick on p. 13.
Carissa DiCindio, curator of education, leads an in-depth discussion of F. Luis Mora's painting "Tale of Cinderella."
For children of all ages and their families.
Rising 4th–6th graders are invited to the Mad Scientists Book Club to discuss books and conduct fun experiments. Registration required.
Sing, dance and read stories about the beach. The program will end with an age-appropriate craft.
The show is lively, full of music and fun for all ages.
Challenge your skills of observing, exploring and predicting.
Celebrate Batman's 75th birthday with a special Batman storytime. Come dressed as Batman or your favorite DC Comics character.
UGA's department of theatre and film studies presents The Classic City Stage Company's production of the off-Broadway comedy by Edward Allan Baker. Two aging Mafia members discuss life and death as they determine the fate of a man they've been ordered to kill. See Calendar Pick on p. 13.
(West Campus Parking Deck Basketball Courts) Equipment provided. New players welcome.