TRE POWELL Local singer-songriter playing bluesy acoustic tunes with soulful vocals.
THE BEST OF UNKNOWN ATHENS A monthly singer-songwriter showcase hosted by Liam Parke.
COSMIC CHARLIE Grateful Dead covers like you've never heard before.
THE HOT HOTTY-HOTS Mary Sigalas, Dan Horowitz, Steve Key and surprise guests play swingin' tunes from the '10s, '20s and '30s.
MIDNIGHT BOI Alias of local musician Eli Rickli, playing "pseudo-Satanic hip hop."
STUPID IDIOTS Local experimental group fronted by musician Ash Rickli.
JAM PENALTY New local experimental band.
THE MCLOVINS Four-piece jam band from Hartford, CT.
JAZZ NIGHT The longest standing weekly music gig in Athens! Enjoy an evening of original music, improv and standards.
TURN TO CRIME Detroit-based art-punk band.
FEATHER TRADE This local band plays lush, moody post-pop.
EUREKA CALIFORNIA Melodic, rough-edged, guitar-driven local garage-rock duo.
The Georgia Woodwind Quintet performs woodwind chamber music. The ensemble is comprised of Hugh Hodgson School of Music faculty members.
CORE performs contemporary, aerial and multidisciplinary events incorporating interactive film, visual arts, literature and new music into multimedia performances.
Meet local entrepreneurs, tech talent and other fellow Athenians who are making cool stuff at this weekly Four Athens networking happy hour.
Hosted by Garrett Lennox every Wednesday. Prizes and house cash.
Dirty South Trivia offers house cash prizes.
Gather a team and compete.
(Washington St.) Play to win.
Learn how to create graphics with vectors using Adobe Illustrator. This is ideal for logos or artwork you want to print in multiple sizes. Registration required.
Children of all ages are invited for bedtime stories every Wednesday.
KARAOKE With your host Lynn. Every Wednesday!
OPEN MIC A weekly open-mic jam hosted by Louis Phillip Pelot. Backline provided!
(Cellar Theatre) Christopher Durang's quirky comedy follows three siblings and a boyfriend.
Alia Ghosheh hosts a comedy showcase headlined by Akil Bjorn.
(Prince Ave.) Meet author Rob Wallace is celebration of Big Farms Make Big Flu, which describes the ways influenza and other pathogens emerge from an agriculture controlled by multinational corporations.
Representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture will meet with realtors and buildings to discuss updates affecting Single Family Housing programs in Georgia.
(Coverdell Center, 500 D.W. Brooks Dr., Room S175) CEO of the National Environmental Health Association Dr. David Dyjack will give a talk titled "Environmental Health Visualized: Access, Axis and Affect."
Events include a student cooking competition, a panel discussion on "Food, Culture and Community" featuring Tom Colicchio (head judge of "Top Chef") and moderated by Hugh Acheson (4 p.m., UGA Chapel), and a benefit dinner (7 p.m.). Proceeds benefit Seed Life Skills. See Calendar Pick on p. 15.
Nominated for eight Academy Awards, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood. A panel discussion with Ed Pavlic, Channette Romero and Valerie Babb will follow the screening.
(Quinn Hall) ACT will hold auditions for their "Old Time Radio" series Mar. 6 & 7, 6–9 p.m. 706-613-3628, www.athensclarkecounty.com/act