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    Louisville Sub Rosa: The Gypsy Courtyard
    Tequila Factory Bar & Grill
    917 Baxter Ave.
    Sept. 18, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
    Divinity Rose is moving Sub Rosa: The Gypsy Courtyard from its appearance in front of a Mexican restaurant on Bardstown Road last weekend to inside a Mexican restaurant on Baxter Ave. this weekend. This open mic will feature performances from Nick Payne, fire dancing and a play by Laurel Fleurry and The Great Baldini, magic by Darshwood and mentalism by Joe Riggs. For more information about Divinity Rose and Sub Rosa, check out Divinity Rose tells her own story and helps others share theirs (tonight by way of zombies).

    Louisville Ale Club's Fifth Anniversary Celebration
    Flanagan's Ale House
    934 Baxter Ave.
    Sept. 19, 6-9 p.m.
    The Louisville Ale Club turns five years old this weekend and is celebrating with a poetry slam and tea service at a local kibbutz. Kidding. It'll be doing a little afternoon drinking at a pub. More than 100 people attended the Louisville Ale Club's anniversary party last year. Representatives from local breweries are expected to be in attendance too. For more information about the group, read The Louisville Ale Club likes to drink good beers.

    'High Fidelity'--Movie fun to be had
    BBC Taproom
    663 E. Main St.
    Sept. 19, 8 p.m.
    Nick Hornby has been in the news with the release later this month of his new book, "Juliet, Naked" and the opening of "An Education," his second screenplay, in October. Watch one his best movies, featuring a brilliant cameo by Bruce Springsteen playing himself, and support the Salvation Army Culinary Training Program at this Go Go Guerrillas! (kind of) event. There'll also be music from Evan Combs of Weber. Tickets are free, although there's a suggested donation of $4.

    3801 Frankfort Ave.
    Sept. 19, 11 p.m.
    The hardest-working musician in Louisville, Hambone has three area shows this weekend, the last of which will be late night Saturday at Gerstle's. Check out his website for free downloads and his video blog. For more on Hambone, read Hambone "melts skulls" with new approach to old-style blues.

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