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Paintings of Nelson Mandela; Roger Clyne

Paintings of Nelson Mandela
  • Paintings of Nelson Mandela

AMERICAN TOBACCO CAMPUS—With simple but evocative charcoal and pastel lithographs, former South African President Nelson Mandela depicts his living environment for 18 of the 27 years in prison that molded him into a remarkable leader. His exhibition in the Strickland Building lobby ends Friday, so get moving! For more info, visit or call 433-1560. — Megan Stein

Roger Clyne
HIDEAWAY BBQ—By all accounts, Roger Clyne—former Refreshment and now head sheriff for the Peacemakers—loves his tequila. But to call him the Sammy Hagar of rootsy-rock would be missing the mark. With the band's Arizona address and corner on snappy pop hooks, it's more like the Gin Blossoms of rootsy rock. We hear that Clyne and company roll out the kind of sweaty and action-packed live show that will intoxicate you, no matter what you're drinking. Kindred spirits Shurman open. Tickets are $15 for the 8:30 p.m. show. —Rick Cornell

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