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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Gettin' Out: Tuesday

Posted on Tue, May 16, 2006 at 4:45 PM

AmyB says there are a few thingalings to check out Tuesday:

I guess they didn’t get pooped from their set at the Honky show last night: Josh the Devil and the Sinners will be at White Water tonight, along with 3 Tigers and Jury on Tuesday. Free admission, music starts at 10 p.m.

Hey gals that just want to have fun and play a little chess: the Women’s Chess Club is still goin’ on at Communtiy Bakery downtown. DeeDee, the organizer, says turnout is a little low, but there are folks that come in regularly. She wants to get a rally going, and she doesn’t want to open up the club to folks that will be too competitive and not want to eat cheescake with their checkmate…It’s free; show up. She worried that there’s just not enough women playing chess, prove her wrong.

Oh, boy, there’s kraoke tonight at Legends at 9 p.m.
And the Tuesday Night Blues Jam at the Press Box with Charlotte Taylor and Gypsy Rain. $5. Starts at 10 p.m. Or rockabilly piano man Ed Burks at Easy Street tonight. Tip him. Or Rob Moore on piano at the Afterthought. Tip him.

NBA Playoffs will be on the TVs at Gusano's ($2 cover) and Flying Saucer, while the Saucer's trivial bowl will start at 8:30 p.m. It's been drawing big crowds.

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