LOOK BACK IN ANGER—Aside from making some incredibly bizarre, occult-fixated films, Kenneth Anger was also one of the first openly gay film directors in Hollywood. Watch as local bands like Purple Rhinestone Eagle play sets inspired by Anger's sex- and magic-soaked celluloid classics at Fin de Cinema. [UPDATE: None of Anger's films will screen at this event.] PAC
w/Eternal Tapestry, Wilderness, DJ Nate C; Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8:30 pm, FREE ($2 suggest donation)
OVERACHIEVERS—While most boys are busy building forts and protecting themselves from cooties, the Vienna Boys Choir is busy working on their own arrangements of Haydn waltzes and Strauss polkas and trying to hit that impossibly high E before puberty kicks in. But can they keep their nails clean while doing so? RN
Marylhurst University, St. Anne's Chapel, 17600 Pacific Hwy, Wed March 3 & Thurs March 4, 7 pm, $95
Jesus is coming—look busy. My, What a Busy Week!
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