Lesbian Nazi Hookers. What do you get when "Weird Al" Yankovic, Michael Richards, Victoria Jackson and a host of other vidiots are let loose upon the City of Tulsa? UHF! Guest stars include the Tulsa International Airport, First Christian Church, Oaklawn Cemetery, and others you will recognize. Part of the Starring Oklahoma outdoor film series at the new Guthrie Green, 111 E. Brady St., in partnership with Circle Cinema, this special showing of the cult classic will begin at about 7pm.
Filet Me. Here's one of those endeavors that turns out good for everybody (except the cows). Support veterans' activities while enjoying great food and company at the American Legion Steak Night. Diners can choose from prime rib, ribeye or filet mignon, and all the fixin's you could need come on the side. All at American Legion Post 1, 1120 E. 8th St., starting at 5:30pm.
Lucha Libre. Where can you see a motorcycle-riding donkey try to jump 100 puffy tacos? After thorough research by the UTW interns, the answer is: nowhere but the Elote Luchapalooza. Thankfully, you can also witness the amazing prowess and style of the Elote Luchador Wrestling Federation, and hear the live music of Wink Burcham, Fiawna Forte, What's That? and Dr. Squeals Good. Activities for the whole family, from 4pm-1am at Elote, 514 S. Boston Ave.
Zum Wohl! Wondering just how you're going to celebrate German American Day? How about with the German American Society of Tulsa,1429 Terrace Dr.? A commemoration and recognition of the contributions of German immigrants will begin at 3pm, with Dr. Tony Wohlers as the featured speaker. Entertainment will be provided by the society's Blaskapelle.
A Lovely Shade. Swing by the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St. to see the Turn Tulsa Pink photography exhibit featuring the work of Tulsan and former National Geographic Society photographer Melissa Lukenbaugh. This exhibit of photos of cancer survivors speaks of the strength of those living through treatment. Open Monday to Friday, 10:30am to 5:30pm, through Oct. 28.
Stone in Love. Three favorites of the '70s and '80s are headlined by Top 40 radio gods Journey 7pm at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave. Also performing are "special guests" Pat Benatar and Loverboy. Warning: A leather pants overload is possible at this event, but maybe that's just what this town needs.
Scene It All. For music with a different kind of bite, the Vanguard, 222 N. Main St., is hosting a lineup of punk destruction: The Queers, The Shame, They Stay Dead, Street Light Fight and The Decomposed all performing for your pleasure. A warning has to go with this one too: Beer might be consumed at this event.
A World of Good. One of four events comprising Kendall-Whittier Main Street's first Signature Event Series, Art off the Square will be a night of entertainment, food and drink, with a local artists' showcase, all for the benefit of three worthy neighborhood organizations: Kendall-Whittier Main Street, Kendall-Whittier Incorporated, and the Circle Cinema foundation. 5:30-8:30pm at Admiral Blvd. between Lewis and Zunis Avenues. For tickets and further information, visit historickwms.com.
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