JAPANESE RESETTLEMENT. Get the picture from someone who was there on Wednesday, February 8, with an important $5 lecture at the Arizona Historical Society, 949 E. Second St. The Story of One Japanese-American Family: Gila River Japanese Resettlement will be given by WWII internment camp survivor Masaji Inoshita beginning at 7 p.m.
CABIN FEVER. Stop by for a free performance and lecture by New York performance artist Ellen Fisher at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 8, at the UA's Joseph Gross Gallery. Fisher uses movement and shadow dancing in her work exploring loneliness and, gulp, fear. Call 621-1251 for info.
KATHY MCCARTY. Hear Kathy McCarty of Glass Eye fame at 8 p.m. Wednesday, February 8, at the Southwest Center for Music, 2175 N. Sixth Ave. McCarty will no doubt play some tunes from her first solo album, Dead Dog's Eyeball, which makes songwriter Daniel Johnston's songs wound, weep and wake you up. Tickets are only $5 with $1 off for students and KXCI members, $1 more at the door. Get them at Zia, Hear's Music and Antigone. Call 884-1220 for more information.
COREY READS. Georgia Review editor Stephen Corey will be in town at 11 a.m. Friday, February 3, to read his poetry and discuss his work as a writer, teacher and as editor at one of the best literary journals around. The event takes place in room 285 of the UA Student Union. Call 321-7760 for more information.
MALE FANTASY. Join the MenTOR network at 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 8, to learn about Men's Romantic Perfectionism: Getting Past Male Fantasy and Finding Good Women. Attend the free forum at the TJCC, 3800 E. River Road. Reservations requested at 323-0062.
BIKE PARADE. Decorate your favorite bike and pedal over to Catalina Park, Fourth Avenue and Second Street, at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 5. Parade rolls down Fourth Avenue at 3 p.m., ending at Hotel Congress for a party with free soda and chips.
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