Pic Hits for the week

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Arizona National Livestock Show: See Friday.
Circus Flora: (Performances at noon and4p.m.) See Thursday.

january 2
Fiesta Bowl XXV: Nebraska Cornhuskers Versus Florida Gators: This season's not-so-mythical national collegiate football championship will be decided on the field at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. The game starts at 6 p.m. Tuesday, but it's sold out, so those without tickets will need to utilize creative financing. The match is televised nationally by CBS, and airs locally on KPHO, Channel 5. An official tailgate party, featuring entertainment, pep rallies, memorabilia displays and a big-screen simulcast of the game, precedes at noon on Rio Salado Parkway, north of the stadium, and continues until game's end; tickets are $20, available at Dillard's (call 678-2222). For general information, call 350-0900.

Arizona National Livestock Show: (Free pancake breakfast from 6 to 10a.m.) See Friday.

The Phantom of the Opera: See Thursday.

january 3
"Trash Disco": Celebrating the '70s and the decade's attendant buzz words--"polyester," "the Bee Gees," "platform shoes," et al.--the "Disco" ball happens Wednesday and every Wednesday at Anderson's Fifth Estate, 6820 East Fifth Avenue in Scottsdale. Those who dress in full "Me Decade" regalia are admitted free. For details call 994-4168.

Arizona National Livestock Show: See Friday.
Little Shop of Horrors: See Friday.
The Phantom of the Opera: See Thursday.

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