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Thursday, January 29

•The Billings Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Coalition offers income-tax preparation services for people who made $53,000 or less in 2014 and who need help preparing and filing tax returns. Bring a photo ID; Social Security cards; all W2, 1099 and other forms; your 2013 tax return; tax information from day care; documentation of higher education expenses; healthcare form 1095 a, b, or c and a bank routing number for direct deposit. Help is available from Wednesdays through Fridays at the Human Resources Development Council and on Saturdays at the Billings Public Library. Free. For information, visit MontanaFreeFile.org. Through mid-April.

•Gov. Steve Bullock starts his reelection campaign in Billings. 5:30 p.m., Trailhead Spirits, 2314 Montana Ave. RSVP to (406) 370-8816 or to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam with TREO. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•The Unusual Suspects, featuring firefighters Adam Tipton and Trevor Krieger, plays at Firefighter Stairclimb 2015, which raises funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. 6 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•Carol Spielman holds a Paint ’n’ Sip session. 7 p.m., Visible Vault at Yellowstone Art Museum. $45 or $35 for YAM members, including first drink and materials.

•“Twelfth Night, or What You Will,” Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities, is directed by Danielle Turtainen. Stars include Justin Linder, Sadie Turner, Rebecca Spring, Stephen Daem, Stephanie Chamberlain and Carl Redman. Music from the 1980s is included in this modern version of the show. 7:30 p.m., NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. $21, $16. Through Saturday.

•Rocky Mountain College students perform Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit,” a comedy written in the early 1940s. The play is about a novelist who is haunted by his dead wife, disrupting his marriage to his second wife. RMC Professor of Theater Arts Gerry Roe says, “For me, the play raises several questions, not the least of which evokes the query, ‘What comprises the inherent nature of the oh-so-human spirit, and is it so abruptly snuffed with the immediacy of death – can there be something else, something forthcoming?’” Mr. Roe is retiring this year after 45 years and more than 250 productions. 7:30 p.m., Billings Studio Theatre. $10, $8, $6. Through Saturday.

•Projectile Comedy performs live improv. 8 p.m., Stampede, 222 N. Broadway.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

Friday, January 30

•BOZEMAN – MSU Bozeman opens its campus, classrooms and activities to potential students during MSU Friday, the university’s campus visitation program. The program includes tours, sample classes given by some of MSU’s best professors, meetings with academic departments, a display of organizations and special services and presentations on programs, scholarships and financing a college education. Panels for parents and students are also scheduled. Register at www.montana.edu/admissions/msufriday/ or call 1-888-MSU-CATS or (406) 994-2452.

•LEWISTOWN – Montana Winter Fair celebrates Montana agriculture and the Western way of life with the Montana State Auctioneers Competition on Friday; the Re-Creations Show and Sale of arts, crafts and furniture made from recycled materials on Saturday; the Cold Hard Cash Show, a Johnny Cash tribute band, on Friday; the Farm Forum today, which includes information about drones and solar water systems; the State Open Fiddle Contest on Saturday; the Stick Horse Rodeo on Saturday; The Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics; a presentation on “Avalanche Awareness”; the showing of a movie, Thunderstruck 13; and a variety of food cook-offs. Livestock events also are scheduled. Many of the events are at the Fergus Fairgrounds. For details, go to MontanaWinterFair.com. Through Sunday.

•Angela’s Piazza Women’s Drop-In Center hosts its Souper Bowl fundraiser. Guests get a bowl of soup made by a local restaurant and take home the bowl, pottery crafted by a local pottery. 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 4-6:30 p.m., 402 Grand Ave. $25. Gift certificates and takeout are available.

•The Midland Empire Pachyderm Club meets. Noon, Elks Club.

•LEGOs and games are the focus of Friday Fun! 3-5 p.m., Craft Corner at Billings Public Library.

•The Art Students’ League of MSU Billings holds an art auction showcasing works by MSU Billings students in the silent auction and live auction pieces donated by Andy Austin, Jane Deschner, Bob Durden, Coila Evans, Louis Habeck, Neil Jussila, Ellen Kuntz, Jon Lodge, Gordon McConnell, Hollie Paris, Ben Pease, Jeff Schaezle, Patrick Smith and Lou Taylor. Silent auction, 5:30 p.m.; live auction, 7 p.m.; Billings Depot. $50, including hors d’oeuvres, desserts, drinks and live entertainment performed by the MSU Billings music department and local musicians. For tickets, go to www.msubartstudentleague.com or call 657-2986.

•Billings Clinic holds a Hitter’s Club and Pitchers/Catchers Camp for baseball players. 6 p.m. For information, visit billingsclinic.com/sportscamps.

•RED LODGE – The High Country Cowboys play tunes from Marty Robbins, the Sons of the Pioneers and others. 6 p.m., Pollard Hotel.

•Erik Olson plays jazz piano. 6:30 p.m., The Rex.

•The Yellowstone Bluegrass Association welcomes all levels of acoustic-instrument musicians to its Friday night jam session. Enter the building thru the main door on the Northwest corner of the building, near the main parking lot. 7 p.m., music room in basement of Lincoln Center. Free. For information, go to www.yellowstonebluegrass.com. Fridays except on school holidays.

•RED LODGE – Casey Epps hosts open mic night. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•“Twelfth Night, or What You Will,” Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities, is directed by Danielle Turtainen. Stars include Justin Linder, Sadie Turner, Rebecca Spring, Stephen Daem, Stephanie Chamberlain and Carl Redman. Music from the 1980s is included in this modern version of the show. 7:30 p.m., NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. $21, $16. Through Saturday.

•Nearly 100 high school music students from across Montana play at the Rocky Mountain College Invitational Honors Concert. Musical selections are “Sacajawea,” By Russell Newbury, a graduate of RMC who is a music administrator in Pasco, Wash.; “Soliloquy In Emoriam,” By Peter McKenzie, who grew up in Fort Benton and studied composition at the University of Montana and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music; “Dinosaurs,” by Daniel Bukvich, a Butte native who is now a professor of music at the University of Idaho; “Hi-Line Express,” by Craig Thomas Naylor, a Kalispell composer who teaches at Flathead Valley Community College; and “Rollo Takes a Walk,” by David Maslanka, a composer in Missoula. 7:30 p.m., Alberta Bair Theater. Free.

•Rocky Mountain College students perform Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit,” a comedy written in the early 1940s. The play is about a novelist who is haunted by his dead wife, disrupting his marriage to his second wife. RMC Professor of Theater Arts Gerry Roe says, “For me, the play raises several questions, not the least of which evokes the query, ‘What comprises the inherent nature of the oh-so-human spirit, and is it so abruptly snuffed with the immediacy of death – can there be something else, something forthcoming?’” Mr. Roe is retiring this year after 45 years and more than 250 productions. 7:30 p.m., Billings Studio Theatre. $10, $8, $6. Through Saturday.

•Vilmos and William Woodruff perform live comedy. 8 p.m., R-Club at Billings Hotel and Convention Center.

•Powerman 5000, HED pe and Knee High Fox all play in concert. Powerman 5000 formed in Boston and relocated to Los Angeles in 1997. Hits have included “When Worlds Collide” and “Nobody’s Real,” and the band’s Tonight the Stars Revolt! album sold more than a million copies. Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere was released in 2009. 8 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N. $20 or $18 in advance at 1111presents.com, Tickets 300 (2911 Third Ave. N.), Ernie November or by calling 1-866-300-8300.

•RED LODGE – The Kane’s River Bluegrass Concert reunites the five-piece band. 8 p.m., Red Lodge Pizza Co. $23 or $20 in advance. For information, go to www.redlodgepizzaco.com or call (406) 446-3333.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•Machinatia plays live music. 9 p.m., Shooters.

•Big Chawn performs. Railyard.

Saturday, January 31

•LEWISTOWN – Montana Winter Fair celebrates Montana agriculture and the Western way of life with the Re-Creations Show and Sale of arts, crafts and furniture made from recycled materials; the State Open Fiddle Contest; the Stick Horse Rodeo; The Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics; a presentation on “Avalanche Awareness”; the showing of a movie, Thunderstruck 13; and a variety of food cook-offs. Livestock events also are scheduled. Many of the events are at the Fergus Fairgrounds. For details, go to MontanaWinterFair.com. Through Sunday.

•LAUREL – Live bluegrass music goes on every Saturday. 9 a.m. to noon, Owl Café.

•The Boys and Girls Clubs hold their Antique Show and Flea Market. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 505 Orchard Lane. To reserve a table, call Pauline at 252-2327 or Kitty at 252-3670. Also Sunday.

•The Family Life Expo helps families with information about healthcare, careers, finances, vacations, retirement and other matters. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Montana Pavilion at MetraPark. Free. For information, go to www.familylifeexpo.com.

•RED LODGE – Grizz’s Chili Cook-Off is open to the public but limited to the first 12 entrants. Public tasting, 2-4 p.m., Bierstube at Red Lodge Mountain. $20 to enter. Visit www.redlodgemountain.com/chili-cook for registration details.

•Beer Barrel Comedy presents the first evening of live comedy at the Garage Pub. Performers are Pete Oldenburg, Charlie Mulluk, Cody Sutton and others. Mr. Oldenburg, Montana’s 2012 comedy champion, says, “The comedy scene has been thriving in Billings for quite some time. However, I am honored to be the one to help bring it to the Garage. I think it will be a fun new challenge. Some people just have other responsibilities they need to do and can’t make it to the later shows. I hope it introduces a new group of people to stand up comedy and helps the scene get even bigger. 5:30 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•RED LODGE – Ski in the shadow of the aspens, then relax by a fire at the Lunar Geology Full Moon Ski. The speaker is Dan Seifert, who talks about lunar geology. Feel free to bring refreshments. Non-skiers may walk alongside the trail. 6 p.m., with talk at 7 p.m., Red Lodge Nordic Center, three miles west of Red Lodge off Highway 78. For information, call (406) 446-2103 or go to www.fs.usda.gov/custer.

•RED LODGE – Ekoh Dubois, an artist, art teacher and “creativity provocateur,” moderates a discussion of “The Inner Life of Poetry.” Everyone is encouraged to bring a poem or two to read. 6 p.m., Café Regis. Free.

•Family Promise of Yellowstone Valley presents “Beach Blizzard on a Deserted Island,” featuring signs of famous past beachcombers from Gilligan’s Island, Pirates of the Caribbean and Cast Away. The evening includes dinner, dancing to the music of the Midlife Chryslers, and silent and live auctions. Attendees are encouraged to wear deserted island or beachcomber attire. To see auction items, go to www.facebook@familypromiseYV. Northern Hotel. $125 or $20 for dance only after 9 p.m. Tickets are available at www.familypromiseyv.org by clicking on “get involved” and then “donate now.”

•Erik Olson plays jazz piano. 6:30 p.m., The Rex.

•The first public screening is held of “Projectile Comedy: An Improv Movie.” Dan Steadman directed the movie, which was improvised along the lines of a basic concept and style. 7 p.m., Babcock Theater. $20.

•Drivin’ Sideways plays live music. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•Shooters holds a Battle of the Bands sponsored by the Knuckles Up Motorcycle Club for the title of Best Biker Band. 7 p.m. $10.

•“Twelfth Night, or What You Will,” Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities, is directed by Danielle Turtainen. Stars include Justin Linder, Sadie Turner, Rebecca Spring, Stephen Daem, Stephanie Chamberlain and Carl Redman. Music from the 1980s is included in this modern version of the show. 7:30 p.m., NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. $21, $16.

•Rocky Mountain College students perform Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit,” a comedy written in the early 1940s. The play is about a novelist who is haunted by his dead wife, disrupting his marriage to his second wife. RMC Professor of Theater Arts Gerry Roe says, “For me, the play raises several questions, not the least of which evokes the query, ‘What comprises the inherent nature of the oh-so-human spirit, and is it so abruptly snuffed with the immediacy of death – can there be something else, something forthcoming?’” Mr. Roe is retiring this year after 45 years and more than 250 productions. 7:30 p.m., Billings Studio Theatre. $10, $8, $6.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•Where There’s Fire, In Rapture and the Magik City Music Group play live music. 9 p.m., Pub Station. Free.

•Big Chawn performs. Railyard.

Sunday, February 1

•LEWISTOWN – Montana Winter Fair celebrates Montana agriculture and the Western way of life. Highlights today include Cowboy Church at 10 a.m. at Celebration Community Fellowship Church on U.S. 87. Many of the events are at the Fergus Fairgrounds. For details, go to MontanaWinterFair.com.

•The Boys and Girls Clubs hold their Antique Show and Flea Market. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 505 Orchard Lane. To reserve a table, call Pauline at 252-2327 or Kitty at 252-3670.

•Bring local, state, national and international news stories to share for “Headlines” at a meeting of the Billings Association of Humanists. The meeting follows a “cognitive dissonance/scathing Atheist podcast-type format.” 1 p.m., First Congregational Church, 310 N. 27th St.

•RED LODGE – Honey’s Café holds an acoustic jam. 2-4 p.m., 209 S. Broadway.

•The Weekend Wonders program is open to all ages. 2-3:30 p.m., Audubon Conservation Education Center. $2 or free for Friends of the Center. Every Sunday, with no registration required.

•Fit 4 Delivery, a yoga-based class designed for pregnant women, meets Sundays. 2:30 p.m., Health Studio at Anytime Fitness. To register call Laura Morledge at 794-9519.

•Adam Rutt and the Vigilante 7 host an evening of open blues, rock and country jam. 6-11 p.m., Andy’s Lounge, 1815 First Ave. N. Free.

•Live jazz goes on most Sunday evenings at Walkers Grill.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Monday, February 2

•The Class AA Orchestra Festival goes on. West High School Auditorium. Through Tuesday.

•BIG SKY – Former British Olympian Martin Bell teaches a Free-Ski Clinic. Participants must be able to ski difficult blue and expert black diamond runs. He says, “Free-ski technique teaches people to handle all conditions outside of groomed trails.” Register at www.bigskyresort.com/clinics. Through Tuesday.

•Alternative Wellness Montana holds a medical marijuana clinic. Call 672-3172.

•The All Montana High School Jazz Band performs. 5 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•LAUREL – The Treble Choir Festival is held. 6:30 p.m., Laurel High School.

•West Coast swing dance lessons are offered every Monday for fun and practice. No partner required. Beginners, 7:15 p.m.; Beginners II, 8:30 p.m.; Social/Practice Party, 9:30 p.m.; Elysian School, 6416 Elysian Road. Free.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Tuesday, February 3

•The Western Heritage Center, which was closed for maintenance in January, reopens to the public. 2822 Montana Ave.

•The Class AA Orchestra Festival goes on. West High School Auditorium.

•Billings Clinic holds Baseball Conditioning Camp III. For information, visit billingsclinic.com/sportscamps. Through March 12.

•“The New American Energy Revolution: Reshaping Montana” is the topic of the Economic Outlook Seminar held by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana. The seminar considers whether falling gasoline prices will boost Montana’s economy or produce an oil bust in the Bakken. Keynote speaker is Bill Whitsitt, a retired Devon Energy executive vice president. The half-day seminar and luncheon highlights economic trends for local, state and national economies and provides the outlook for key sectors: energy, travel and recreation, health care, agriculture, real estate, manufacturing and forest products. The Bureau expects overall growth to be between 2.4 percent and 2.8 percent per year from 2015 to 2018, but excessive sulfur dioxide emissions and a fall in production in the Bakken could hurt the Billings economy, the Bureau says. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Crowne Plaza. $85. To register, visit www.bber.umt.edu or call (406) 243-5113.

•Community Connect helps people find resources such as housing, medical care, jobs, social services, benefits, bike repairs and hot meals. Free transportation is provided from the Montana Rescue Mission and Billings Public Library. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Shrine Auditorium, 1125 Broadwater Ave. To donate or volunteer, go to www.WelcomeHome.Billings.org or www.YouCanVolunteer.org. Checks can be sent to the City of Billings, with Community Connect in the memo line, Community Development Division, 2825 Third Ave. N., Sixth Floor, Billings, MT 59101.

•Tech Tuesdays focuses on introductory lectures and practice in computer use as well as introductions to different software applications and library resources. Today’s class is the E-Reader Support Group. 4 p.m., Computer Lab at Billings Public Library.

•Bring out your instruments for Tunes on Tap. 5 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Jaci Webb, arts reporter for The Billings Gazette and an adjunct professor of English at Rocky Mountain College, speaks at “Artful Women of Montana,” a monthly series sponsored by the Zonta Club of Billings in which a writer, artist or entertainer talks about working in the arts in this region. 5:30 p.m., Community Room of Billings Public Library. Free.

•RED LODGE – Rob Owen hosts jam night. 8 p.m., Snow Creek Saloon.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•Brothers Gow, a quintet out of San Diego, combines rock, funk, jazz and reggae influences with an ear for improvisation and a light show. Their fourth studio album, Reflections, ranges from arena rock to dance grooves and instrumental compositions. 9 p.m., Pub Station. Free.

Wednesday, February 4

•The Terpsichore Dance Company performs for PintAid. 5 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Open yoga classes welcome all levels, including beginners, to stretch, breathe and de-stress with yoga. 5:30-6:45 p.m., Room 3 at Billings Clinic. $7 or $45 for eight weeks. Call Kyle Neary at 255-8485 or 652-4955.

•Phil Jensen of Rocky Mountain College begins a four-week series on evolution with “The Logic of Evolution” at the Community Lecture Series. The series aims to help anyone, regardless of scientific background, understand the theory. 7 p.m., Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2032 Central Ave.

•The Mighty Diamonds play reggae in a tribute to Bob Marley. Also playing are the Yellow Wall Dub Squad and Xedous. 8 p.m., Carlin Special Events Center. $25 or $20 in advance at holdmyticket.com, Ernie November, Kronic Fashions and Heightened Harvest.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Thursday, February 5

•Project Linus of Yellowstone County meets the first Thursday of each month to make blankets for children to age 18 who are ill or traumatized. Blankets are then distributed from shelters, social service agencies or hospitals. 12 Garden Ave. To volunteer, donate or receive a blanket, contact Terri Malucci at 855-7999.

•Scott Crichton, executive director of the Montana American Civil Liberties Union, speaks about the current legislative session at a meeting of the League of Women Voters. The ACLU’s priority issues include reforms of the criminal justice system, privacy rights and defending religious expression. The public is invited. 11:30 a.m., Elks Lodge, 934 Lewis Ave.

•An opening reception is held for the “Teacher of Art” exhibition, which features artwork by 10 art teachers with personal art statements that answer the question: “Why do we teach art in the schools?” Featured teachers are Leo Olson, Mary Knapp, Phyllis Kindelman, Kate Morris, Rachel Larson Long, Russell Walks, Diana Mysse, Adriane Arredondo-Becker, Tori Wardrip and Carolyn Thayer. “This exhibit is dedicated to Connie Landis, Ph.D. in art education and a professor of art education at MSU Billings since 1978,” says Sally McIntosh, director of the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery. 4-6 p.m., Rocky Mountain College. Exhibition continues through Feb. 25.

•Writers under the age of 18 can join the Teen Writers Circle to showcase their writing and meet other teen writers. Snacks are provided. 4-5 p.m., Billings Public Library. Call 657-8258 for information.

•Students in grades six to 12 learn to design video games at the Video Game Design Workshop. Participants make and modify simple, real-world games and learn to design an original digital game using Gamestar Mechanic. 4-6:30 p.m., Billings Public Library. Registration required by calling 657-8258.

•Bottega holds a grand opening celebration and style show at its new location. Champagne is served. 5-8 p.m., Shiloh Crossing.

•Rocky Mountain College holds its 106th annual Candlelight Dinner. RMC has celebrated the Candlelight Dinner every winter since 1910, when Rocky students, faculty and staff loaded hay wagons in Billings and made their way to the campus’ current location. They had their first meal on campus by candlelight, and a tradition was born. Donor appreciation cocktail hour, 5:30 p.m.; dinner, 6:30 p.m.; Bair Family Student Center. $20. Contact 657-1104, www.rocky.edu/alumni or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

•Nurse practitioner Daen Scott outlines options for treating weight-related disorders, including the role of metabolic surgery. 5:30 p.m., Mary Alice Fortin Health Conference Center at Billings Clinic Hospital. Free. To register, call 255-8440 or 1-800-252-1246 or register online at www.billingsclinic.com.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•The Brickhouse Band plays jazz in conjunction with Black History Month. 7 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•BIG SKY – Leftover Salmon kicks off the Big Sky Big Grass Festival, which continues through Sunday. Whiskey Jacks. Visit www.bigskyresort.com/biggrass for information.

•The North Park Neighborhood Task Force meets. 7 p.m., North Park Center.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•Dave Rye gives a presentation on the Kiwanis Club and its activities at a meeting of the Eagle Forum. 7 p.m., Grace Baptist Church, 3616 Broadwater Ave.

•The Lewis and Clark Band performs in concert. 7 p.m., auditorium. Free.

•Projectile Comedy performs live improv. 8 p.m., Stampede, 222 N. Broadway.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St.

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