Newest Public Service Spots
JACKSON BROWNE FEST: The Tucson Kitchen Musicians’ Association presents Jackson Browne Fest, a fundraiser for the 2008 Folk Festival, on Sunday, February 24th at the Boondocks Lounge, 3306 North 1st Avenue. The event begins at 5pm and features many local musicians performing their versions of Jackson Browne’s songs. Performers include Stefan George, Kevin Pakulis, The Wayback Machine and Sabra Faulk. Learn more at http://tkma.org/tkma/jacksonbrownfest_pr.htm.
DIVORCE RECOVERY: Are you going through a separation, divorce or the end of a close relationship? Divorce Recovery is a Tucson-based nonprofit support program that can help. New, 10-week support groups begin every three weeks. They also offer Monday drop-in support groups. There is no reason to suffer alone. Learn more at 495-0704 or visit http://www.divorcerecovery.net/.
BEHIND BARS: The American Friends Service Committee presents indie- journalist Silja Talvi in a talk on her new book, “Women Behind Bars: The Crisis of Women in the U.S. Prison System.” The event is Friday, February 22nd at noon at the U of A Women’s Studies Building, 1443 East 1st Street. She will also speak that evening from 7 to 9 at the Friend’s Meeting House, 931 North 1st Avenue. Learn more at http://www.womenbehindbars.org/.
WONDERFUL TOWN: The PCC Theatre Arts Department presents Leonard Bernstein’s “Wonderful Town,” opening February 21st at the Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre. Known for its music, witty lines and choreography, “Wonderful Town” is the story of two sisters from Ohio who move to New York City in search of love and money. Learn more at http://www.pima.edu/cfa/.