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monday
february 17
Jim Rose Circus: Rose and his infamously bizarre body-morphing collective perform small-intestine-challenging feats of daring and stupidity that would make P.T. Barnum blanch. They do it again on Monday, February 17, at Electric Ballroom, 1216 East Apache in Tempe. Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets are $15, available at Ticketmaster. For details call 894-0707 or 784-4444.

Scottsdale All-Arabian Horse Show: See Friday.

tuesday
february 18
Carolyn Wonderland and the Imperial Monkeys: Singer/guitarist Wonderland has been described as the illegitimate offspring of Tinkerbell and Joe Cocker. The spastic fairy and her Houston-based blues/surf crew return for a show on Tuesday, February 18, at the Rockin' Horse, 7316 East Stetson in Scottsdale. liars, gods & beggars share the bill. Showtime is 8 p.m. For details call 949-0992.

Desert Foothills Musicfest '97: See Thursday.
"Making a Statement: Fashion in the Rock and Roll Era": See Saturday.
Scottsdale All-Arabian Horse Show: See Friday.

wednesday
february 19
James Fallows: The editor of U.S. News & World Report is also a noted media critic, author (Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy) and raconteur. He speaks at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 19, at Gammage Auditorium, Mill and Apache in Tempe. Admission is free, but tickets must be picked up in advance; call 965-2359.

Teddy Morgan: The laconic bluesman from Texas and his band, the Sevilles, have a sound reminiscent of Scruffy the Cat without the feral edge; they swing with impeccable style, and stand out thanks to Morgan's fine ear. Showtime is 9 p.m. Wednesday, February 19, at the Rhythm Room, 1019 East Indian School. The cover is $4. For details call 265-4842.

Desert Foothills Musicfest '97: See Thursday.
La Malinche: See Thursday.
"Making a Statement: Fashion in the Rock and Roll Era": See Saturday.
Scottsdale All-Arabian Horse Show: See Friday.

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Clay McNear
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