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The St. Louis University Billikens men's basketball team plays the Kansas Jayhawks at Kiel Center. (see Sports)

Kristeen Young performs tonight at the Side Door. (see Concerts)
Funny Bone Comedy Club-West Port Plaza hosts local comedians Craig Hawksley and Frank Caliendo in two shows tonight. (see Performing Arts)

The jolly old elf straps on the blades as Santa Skates on Christmas Eve at Steinberg Rink in Forest Park. (see Holiday Events)

This is the last week you can get to see the laser shows at the St. Louis Science Center's planetarium, because come the New Year they'll be gone. The shows finishing out the long tradition of light shows are Laser Holidays in 3-D, Laser Beatles, Laser Metallica in 3-D and Laser Floyd Shines On in 3-D. (see Performing Arts)

Dr. Zhivegas performs tonight and tomorrow at Mississippi Nights. (see Concerts)

The Unconscious perform with Dave Simon and Friends tonight and with Suede Chain tomorrow at Blueberry Hill. (see Concerts)

The Bottle Rockets present their Christmas show at the Hi-Pointe. (see Concerts)

The Kwanzaa Festival of the First Fruits -- celebrating African-American culture with the Kwanzaa table, stories, songs, foods and children's crafts and games -- is held at the Missouri Botanical Garden. (see Holiday Events)

Looking for some theater for the kids while coming down from the Christmas rush? The Piwacket Theatre for Children presents the children's show "Mother Goose Stories" at the Chesterfield Community Theatre. (see Performing Arts)

Author Willie Mae Anthony holds a book-signing and puppet show, "Penny Penguin's Secret," at the Culture Shop. (see Literary Events)

The St. Louis Blues play longtime Midwestern rivals the Detroit Redwings at Kiel Center. (see Sports)

Funny Bone Comedy Club-West Port Plaza hosts comedians Buzz Sutherland and Frank Caliendo in two shows tonight and three shows tomorrow. (see Performing Arts)

Umoja: A Unity Celebration, a family event featuring storytelling by husband- and-wife group Taifa, is held at the Culture Shop. (see Special Events)

Bob Coleman and His Legacy Big Band present a concert of hits by Ol' Blue Eyes himself in a tribute to Frank Sinatra at Powell Symphony Hall. (see Concerts)

The reunion of Street Talk, with special guest performers, at Mimi's Subway Bar and Grill is also a benefit for SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome. (see Concerts)

The St. Louis Ambush, of the National Professional Soccer League, play the Wichita Wings at Kiel Center. (see Sports)

Sahara Sand Productions presents the first of three shows of Middle Eastern Belly Dance beginning at 8:30 tonight at the Red Sea. (see Performing Arts)

The Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center offers three days of free Family Holiday Programs -- featuring children's activities, arts and crafts, and films -- at the center, located near the intersection of I-270 and I-44 in Kirkwood. (see Holiday Events)

The Puppet Guild of Greater St. Louis presents Puppets Shows through Dec. 30 at the Eugene Field House and St. Louis Toy Museum. (see Performing Arts)

The Earth Grains Classic college-basketball doubleheader is held at the Trans World Dome. The first game pits Southeast Missouri State University against Southern Illinois University-Carbondale; St. Louis University hosts Kansas State University in the late game. (see Sports)

Grease on Ice, a skating production of the famed musical, stars Olympic silver medalist Nancy Kerrigan tonight and tomorrow at Kiel Center. (see Performing Arts)

Stage Left Lounge presents the standup comedy of Rahn Ramey at the Riverport Casino Center. (see Performing Arts)

See Snoopy, Linus and the whole gang as the pre-Broadway tour of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown is presented through Jan. 3 at the Fox Theatre. (see Performing Arts)

Representatives from the Princeton Review speak to parents and high-school students about the college-admissions process and Preparation for the SAT/ACT Exams at Borders Books and Music in Fairview Heights, Ill. It's probably the last free thing for college you'll ever get. (see Education)

Funny Bone Comedy Club-West Port Plaza features the comedy acts of Buzz Sutherland and Jesse Taylor. (see Performing Arts)

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