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Friday, 4/20 Hot Time in the City Tonight: Third Degree Glass Factory, home of the hottest damn glass in town, throws wide its doors and invites one and all to enjoy a little live music (courtesy of Barefoot Jones), the art of Henryk Ptasiewicz and Marlene Lewis, and the glory that is the cash bar. There’s also a good chance of a little fire-spinning and some high-end glass-blowing. Admission is free.
Get Out to Way Out: Local foursome the Hibernauts mix the urgency of post-punk with dreamy, echo-laden guitar lines. They will share the stage with Tape Deck Sonata and the Sex Robots at the Way Out Club (2525 S. Jefferson Avenue) tonight.
Fish Shtick: We’ve heard of the Egyptian Magician and the Mathemagician, but we’ve never seen the Fishin’ Magicians. So we’re goin’ to Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center (11715 Cragwold Road, Kirkwood; call 314-301-1500) at 1 p.m. to find out if they can make our crappie disappear or at least stop stinking up the office.
There Aren’t Many Afghan Restaurants in St. Louis: But you don’t need many, when you have Sameem. Try the muntoo.
M-m-m-m-MOZART, Son! The Midwest Lyric Opera Company performs Mozart’s one-act comic operetta “The Impresario” in English at 2 p.m. at
All Saints Catholic Church (6403 Clemens Avenue, University City). And if that ain’t enough Mozart for you, they get down with some of Wolfie’s greatest arias as well. Tickets are $10 to $15 and are available at the door.
Lady's Got Attitude: Kim Massie releases her new CD, Attitude (recorded live at Jazz at the Bistro), with a concert at the Sheldon Concert Hall (3648 Washington Avenue). Tickets range from $20 to $50, and the show begins at 5 p.m.
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