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TUESDAY8.27.13

Geographer with GMRLN. Altar Bar. 7 p.m.
San Francisco-based indie rock band Geographer will perform at the Altar Bar. For more information, visit thealtarbar.com.

Martial Canterel with Son of David and Model Human. brillobox. 9 p.m. 21+.
Sean McBride, also known as Martial Canterel, is a cold synth musician from Brooklyn, New York. For more information, visit brillobox.net.

THURSDAY8.29.13

Montgomery Gentry. Stage AE. 6:30 p.m.
Montgomery Gentry is an American music duo comprised of Kentucky-born vocalists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry. For more information, visit stageae.com.

Pittsburgh Improv Jam. Cabaret at Theatre Square. 10 p.m. 21+.
At this weekly late-night event, professional improvisers take the stage and perform comedic scenes inspired by audience suggestions. For more information, visit culturaldistrict.org.

SATURDAY8.31.13

Masters of the Universe! Altar Bar. 8 p.m.
Pittsburgh-based ska rock band Masters of the Universe! will perform at the Altar Bar. For more information, visit thealtarbar.com.

ONGOING

Teenie Harris: Focus on Hair. Carnegie Museum of Art. Through Sept. 15.
This sequel to a previous Teenie Harris exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Art explores black hair and beauty as examined by the African-American photographer. For more information, visit cmoa.org.

Caldwell Linker: All Through the Night. Andy Warhol Museum. Through Sept. 15.
This exhibit presents a selection of photographs by Caldwell Linker, who uses his camera to capture LGBTQ individuals and events and to highlight the richness of the LGBTQ community. For more information, visit
warhol.org.

Summer Flower Show. Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Through Oct. 6.
The Summer Flower Show at Phipps incorporates glass artwork into the gardens, creating a colorful and whimsical fusion of the artificial and the natural. For more information, visit phippsconservatory.org.

Roads of Arabia. Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Through Nov. 3.
This exhibit transports visitors to the sands of Saudi Arabia, where recent archaeological finds are redefining our understanding of the region. For more information, visit cmnh.org.

UPCOMING

The Lion King. Benedum Center. Sept. 3 through Sept. 11.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway adaptation of the beloved Disney classic will return to Pittsburgh, featuring favorite musical numbers such as “Circle of Life” and Elton John’s “Can You Feel the Love Tonight.” For tickets and more information, visit culturaldistrict.org.

Janine Antoni. Mattress Factory. Sept. 13 through March 30.
Margery King, the curator who first introduced Yayoi Kusama to the Mattress Factory, presents the work of multimedia contemporary artist Janine Antoni, who focuses on issues of femininity and the female body. Admission to the museum is free with Carnegie Mellon student ID. For more information, visit mattress.org.

Alien She. Miller Gallery (Purnell Center for the Arts). Sept. 21 through Feb. 16.
This exhibit examines the influence of Riot Grrrl, an underground feminist punk rock movement that surfaced in the ’90s, on artists and cultural producers today. Admission to the Miller Gallery is free and open to the public. For more information, visit millergallery.cfa.cmu.edu.