Tuesday, January 27, 2015

This Holiday Weekend

  • Public Problems: Savage Love Live

    Sex columnist Dan Savage’s yearly stage show tackles the ins and outs of the old in-and-out.

    Burn it down: This special V-Day show invites jilted lovers onstage to dish dirt and destroy mementos of broken relationships.

    Tonight 8p. Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St., University District (206-523-3935). $32.

    Nearby: Blue Moon; Lucid; Village Sushi

  • Fear Takes a Holiday: Vertfest at Alpental

    Alpental opens the slopes to free-riding daredevils with races, live music and a huge party.

    Cover the split: Stick around for Sunday seminars, including a look at the rising sport of splitboarding.

    Sat-Sun 8a-6p. Alpental, 17800 Alpental Access Rd Snoqualmie Pass, WA (425-434-7669). $10-$80.

  • Dirty Tapes: VHSEX at the Grand Illusion

    Scarecrow Video, owner of one of the best B-movie archives in the world, assembled 80 minutes of raw video smut.

    Lust in the dust: Thursday’s showing sold out instantly so they added a late show on Saturday.

    Sat 11p. Grand Illusion, 1403 NE 50th St., University District (206-523-3935). $8.

    Nearby: Blue Moon Tavern; The District Lounge; Korean Tofu House

  • To the Bone: Bone Thugs N Harmony at Neumos

    The Cleveland quartet celebrates 20 years in the rap game with all four original members.

    High roller: If you’re a superfan, $100 VIP tix earn you a private performance and a slice of pizza with the band.

    Sun 8p. Neumos, 925 E. Pike St., Capitol Hill (206-709-9442). $30.

    Nearby: Monsoon; Anchovies & Olives; Momiji

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