KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more. Every Thursday!
Hosted by Dirty South Trivia. Every Thursday.
Trivia about nothing. Hosted by Ryan Vogel and Matt Weeks.
UGA PhD student Christine Fortuin speaks on "The Wild Bees of Georgia."
Learn about the Quechua language and discuss Andean culture. No previous knowledge of Quechua is required.
(Farmington) Now accepting applications for the Festifool Festival artist market on Apr. 1–2, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Email for details. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.farmingtondepotgallery.com
Celebrate six new exhibitions. See Art Notes on p. 21.
View works by professors that teach at the UNG campuses.
The orchestra presents Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro," Manuel de Falla's "El Amor Brujo" and Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3.
VAMANOS Scuzzy garage-punk band from Brooklyn, NY.
BROKEN WINDOWS Local trio with a mathy, noise-rock vibe. Formerly known as RoHit.
BOURGEOIS GIRL Jangly post-pop duo from Denver, CO.
NIHILIST CHEERLEADER Local up-and-comers play energetic, fun lo-fi punk rock.
SEAN MCCONNELL Singer-songwriter out of Nashville, TN who describes his sound as "lyric-driven roots-rock."
JOBE FORTNER Country music singer-songwriter.
THE MAIN SQUEEZE Jam-rock band from Bloomington, IN.
PIGEONS PLAYING PING PONG Funky electro-rock group from Baltimore.
UNIVERSAL SIGH The local jam band poses as Radiohead for a special tribute set.
SEX BBQ East Atlanta "surf-rock space wizards" playing psychedelic yet melodic math-rock inspired tunes.
LONG LIVE THE GOAT Dark and heavy stoner-rock trio from Chicago.
DAY OLD MAN Black/doom/sludge metal band from Atlanta.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays funky Southern folk rock 'n' roll.
OLD SKOOL PRESENTS… Jason Fuller and Seth Hendershot get together with friends to bring you some of their favorite sounds. This week features Ansley Stewart.
TECROPOLIS Athens' longest-running electronic dance music series, with special guests.
VEGABONDS Alternative Americana band from Auburn, AL.
LILY HERNE Local alternative rock trio.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot performs solo sets of funky Southern folk rock 'n' roll.
This month's title is The Water Knife by Paola Bacigalupi.
Beginners welcome. Thursdays through April.
Discuss Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH by Robert C. O'Brien.
Learn how to repair your bike with tools and advice from experts. Thursdays, 6–8:30 p.m. $10 donation. bikeathens.com
Various businesses will donate 10% of a day's proceeds to the Athens Salvation Army in celebration of its 100th anniversary in the Classic City. Participating businesses include Taqueria La Parilla (Jefferson Rd.) and The Place on Mar. 14; Barberito's in Five Points, Buffalo's Cafe and Sr. Sol on Mar. 15; Beechwood Chick-fil-A on Mar. 16; Atlanta Hwy. Chick-fil-A on Mar. 17; Em's Kitchen on Mar. 18; and Chops and Hops, Dress Up Boutique, Empire South Clothier and Heirloom Café on Mar. 19. 706-255-8644
Spend a canine cocktail hour with your pet. Fresh water and treats for pooches, plus drink specials for owners.
Learn to dance with the UGA Tango Club. No partner required.
Edward Jones financial advisor Mike Williams hosts "Bond Investing Admist Interest Rate Uncertainty." Lunch will be served. Reservation required.
(Sangha Yoga Studio) Michelle Arington leads a yoga practice for all skill levels. Saturdays, 12–1:30 p.m. $14. www.holistichealthrevolution.com
UGA's musical theater troupe Next Act presents the Tony-winning musical based on the cult classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. See Theater Notes on p. 13.
(Quinn Hall) Athens Creative Theatre presents a comedy by Ken Ludwig in which two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, find themselves down on their luck and attempt to pass themselves off as a dying woman's relatives in order to get her inheritance.
The Grandmother of Performance Art reveals the preparation that went into her retrospectie exhibition of controversial work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Presented in conjunction with the museum's current exhibition, "Tools of the Trade." See Calendar Pick on p. 38.