Out and about

Friday, Jan. 6

The Bushwick Book Club

In “The Bushwick Book” series, a varying group of musicians comes together to play a song about that month’s chosen book. This weekend, see the group play individual songs about “Alice in Wonderland.”

8 p.m.


Fremont Abbey

4272 Fremont Ave. N



See the Seattle hip-hop artist, whose MySpace-listed influences include “metro bus rides” [sic] and his “beacon hill view of industrial seattle,” [sic] play with The GNU Deal, Scribes, and others.

8 p.m.


Chop Suey

1325 E. Madison St.

Saturday, Jan. 7

Stephen Tobolowsky

See the actor, who has been in movies such as “Groundhog Day” and “Memento” and TV shows such as “Glee,” tell stories and participate in a moderated Q&A session. The show is based on his radio show, “The Tobolowsky Files,” which airs on KUOW.

Doors 7 p.m.

Show 8 p.m.


$19 UW Student

Bar with ID

Neptune Theatre

1303 NE 45th St.

Modern Language Association Reading:

60 Writers

Think readings seem to drag on and on? Not so for this alternative reading, where 60 writers — from Seattle and elsewhere — will each read for three minutes or less.

7:30 p.m.


Town Hall Seattle

1119 8th Ave

Sunday, Jan. 8 “Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife”

Go retro this Sunday with this 1938 movie about a woman who marries a millionaire, only to find out he’s been married seven times before (which you probably gleaned from the title).

5 p.m., 7 p.m., and 9 p.m.

$6 for students

Grand Illusion Cinema

Save the date:

The Table of Contents

Seattle-based pop-rock band The Table of Contents, who are playing a brief Northwest tour, will be playing with Relentless Rhythm Machine and Weatherside Whisky Band.

Thursday, Jan. 12th

9 p.m.


The High Dive

513 N 36th St. #G

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