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    Minneapolis Folk Rocker 'The Wrong Omar' Solo Acoustic Show at The Rudyard Kipling

     

    Singer/songwriter Joey Shaheen aka The Wrong Omar continues his Sled Dawg Slushy tour in support of his recent release, "Shoot Up The Town." The Wrong Omar presents a night of roots, folk and rock with blues harp, stories and rock n' roll aphorisms.

     

    Feb. 14, 7 p.m.

    The Rudyard Kipling

    422 W. Oak St.

    502-636-1311

    reverbnation.com/thewrongomar

     

     

    U of L Presents 'The Vagina Monologues'

     

    The University of Louisville will participate in V-DAY 2013, a global movement to end violence against women. The university will feature a benefit production of “The Vagina Monologues,” the award-winning play by Eve Ensler about women’s experiences, panel discussions and other events.

     

    Through Feb. 16

    The Playhouse Theater

    1911 S. Third St.

    502-852-2663

    louisville.edu/peacc

    $8 college students, $10 all others

    Horsing Around With Art at the Kentucky Derby Museum

     

    Each year the Kentucky Derby Museum sponsors a student art competition for students in Jefferson County to showcase their talents and celebrate the Kentucky Derby.

     

    Through Feb. 15

    Kentucky Derby Museum

    704 Central Ave.

    502-637-7097

    derbymuseum.org/event_calendar.html

    Free

     

     

    Journalist and Louisville native Sarah Garland at Carmichael's

     

    Carmichael's welcomes journalist and Louisville native Sarah Garland for a discussion of her new book "Divided We Fail: The Story of an African American Community That Ended the Era of School Desegregation." In 2007, a court case originally filed in Louisville, was argued before the Supreme Court and officially ended the era of school desegregation. In "Divided We Fail," Garland deftly and sensitively tells the stories of the families and individuals who fought for and against desegregation.

     

    Feb. 15, 7 p.m.

    Carmichael's Bookstore

    2720 Frankfort Ave.

    502-896-6950

    carmichaelsbookstore.com

     

     

    Rick Springfield at the French Lick Resort

     

    Burning up? Fever on the rise? We’d better call the doctor. Dr. Noah Drake, that is. The one and only Rick Springfield, singer, songwriter, musician, composer, actor and a household name on two continents, performs for one night only at French Lick Resort. With success in a band, as a solo artist and an actor, Springfield is best known for "Jessie’s Girl," "I’ve Done Everything for You" and "Don’t Talk to Strangers."

     

    Feb. 15, 8 p.m.

    French Lick Resort

    8670 West State Road 56

    French Lick, Ind.

    888-936-9360

    frenchlick.com/entertainment/concerts

    $40-$105

    Around the Table: Planning Louisville's Food Economy

     

    Around the Table: Planning Louisville’s Food Economy will feature a series of kitchen table discussions focusing on key issues related to developing a thriving local food economy, on the heels of the release of a promising new study that identifies significant unmet demand for local food in Louisville. Mayor Greg Fischer will give his third annual State of the Local Food Economy address, and will have a chat with Kentucky’s beloved farmer and poet, Wendell Berry about what the local food “movement” means for farmers and our urban/rural relationships.

     

    Feb. 16, 9 a.m.

    Louisville Free Public Library

    301 York St.

    502-574-1644

    lfpl.org 

    Free

     

     

    The Who at the KFC Yum! Center

     

    The Who, will be performing on their Quadrophenia and More Tour.

     

    Feb. 16, 7:30 p.m.

    KFC Yum! Center

    1 Arena Plaza

    502-690-9000

    kfcyumcenter.com/events/detail/the-who-quadrophenia-and-more-tour

    $39.50-$129.50

     

     

    'Killjoy' at the Derby Dinner Playhouse

     

    Carol is being driven crazy by her charming monster of an ex-husband so she decides he has to die! This clever and romantic comedy/thriller is full of fascinating characters and deals with the humor and drama of marriage.

     

    Through Feb. 16

    Derby Dinner Playhouse

    525 Marriott Drive

    Clarksville, Ind.

    812-288-8281

    derbydinner.com/show-schedule/about-the-shows/#little-shop-of-horrors

    $35.00-$40.00

    'Girlfriend' at Actors Theatre

     

    Nebraska, the 1990s. Two teenage boys—one a social outcast, the other the quintessential jock—explore a relationship during a summer of self-discovery between high school graduation and the rest of their lives. Set to irresistible songs from Matthew Sweet’s landmark pop album of the same name, this rock musical gives voice to those of us who grew up in small towns, those of us who didn’t quite fit in and learned we were somehow different, and anybody who remembers the terror and thrill of first love.

     

    Through Feb. 17

    Actors Theatre of Louisville

    316 W. Main St.

    502-584-1205

    actorstheatre.org 

     $24+

     

     

    'Million Dollar Quartet' at the Kentucky Center

     

    'Million Dollar Quartet' brings that legendary night to life with an irresistible tale of broken promises, secrets, betrayal and celebrations featuring an eclectic score of rock, gospel, R&B and country hits including; “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Fever,” “Sixteen Tons,” “Who Do You Love?,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Matchbox,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “Hound Dog,” and more.

     

    Through Feb. 17

    Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

    501 W. Main St.

    502-584-7777

    kentuckycenter.org/

    Ticket prices start at $25

     

     

    'Downton Abbey' Season 3 Party: Two Events, One Finale

     

    The Brennan House Historic Home has two ways for you to indulge for the finale of your favorite British aristocratic show, "Downton Abbey." A VIP Dining Experience like eating with the Dowager Countess herself— treat your Valentine in Victorian elegance to a seven-course served meal from some of the city's finest. Or attend the Champagne & Sweets "Downton Abbey" Finale Viewing Party and answer trivia and win door prizes, and sample British treats. As a memento of the event we will have a make sure to stop and see our professional photographer and get a portrait of you and your Valentine in our Victorian Mansion!

     

    Feb. 17, 6 p.m.

    The Brennan House Historic Home

    631 S. Fifth St.

    502-540-5145

    thebrennanhouse.org

    VIP dining experience: $85 Individual or $150 a Couple. Viewing party, $20, $15 for Preservation Louisville Members



     
      

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