Events

Calendar for the week

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Arizona Science Center: See Thursday.
Maricopa County Fair: See Friday.

tuesday
april 29
Phoenix Firebirds: The Triple A/Pacific Coast League affiliate of baseball's San Francisco Giants continues its 34th season in the Valley with a home stand against the Tucson Toros. Games are scheduled at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday, April 29; and the same time Wednesday, April 30, at Scottsdale Stadium, 7408 East Osborn. More games against the Toros are scheduled on Thursday, May 1; and Friday, May 2. Tickets range from $4 to $8, available at the scene and Dillard's; call 275-0500 or 503-5555.

Phoenix Suns Playoffs: The Suns host the third game of their first-round playoff series against the Seattle SuperSonics at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, at America West Arena, First Street and Jefferson. If tickets are available, they're at the arena and Dillard's; call 379-7800 or 503-5555.

Arizona Science Center: See Thursday.
Five AZ Pieces: See Friday.
Maricopa County Fair: See Friday.

wednesday
april 30
Built to Spill: Idaho native and vocalist/guitarist Doug Martsch has teamed up with his junior high pal, bass player Brett Nelson, guitarist Brett Netson (Caustic Resin) and drummer Scott Plouf (the Spinanes). The progressive rock band is touring in support of its third album, Perfect From Now On. Modest Mouse shares the all-ages bill. The show starts at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 30, at Hollywood Alley, 2610 West Baseline in Mesa. Tickets are $8, available at Dillard's. Call 820-7117 or 503-5555.

Arizona Science Center: See Thursday.
Five AZ Pieces: See Friday.
Maricopa County Fair: See Friday.
Phoenix Firebirds: See Tuesday.

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