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This Week Some recommended events for the week of Nov. 4-10:


Electric Dough What: The Disco Biscuits

Why: Sunday nights are usually slow

What else: Get a trance-fusion of jam band electronic with this foursome that was born a decade ago in the University of Pennsylvania party scene.

Info: 7 p.m. at the Town Ballroom, 681 Main St. 852-3900. $25 (box office,



Me Tarzan

What: "Living Sustainably Next to a Tropical Rainforest"

Why: More than half of the world's estimated 10 million species of plants, animals and insects live in tropical rainforests.

What else: Lecture presented at 2 p.m. by Lynda H. Schneekloth from the University at Buffalo School of Architecture & Planning.

Info: Free with admission to the Buffalo Museum of Science, 1020 Humboldt Parkway (



Small Miracles

What: Blue Rodeo

Why: They never sleep.

What else: Find out why Jim Cuddy wanted to be like Roy Rogers.

Info: 8 p.m. today and tomorrow at the Tralf, 622 Main St. 852-2860 ( Tickets are $24.50 (box office, Ticketmaster).


Turning Japanese

What: Gusto at the Gallery

Why: It's the year of Japan

What else: Celebrate at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery with a slew of family activities including anime lecture, mimes and screening of "Millennium Actress" by Satoshi Kon.

Info: From 5 to 9 p.m. for free at the gallery.



Going to the Chapel? Bah!

What: "Why Marry?"

Why: It doesn't last.

What else: Written in 1914, this comedy about women's rights won the first Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1918.

Info: Staged at 3 and 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society's Pan-American Building at 25 Nottingham Court and Elmwood Avenue. Tickets are $15 adults, $10 for seniors/students. Available at the door. Presented by the Playhouse of American Classics.


On the Edge

What: Tigercity

Why: Electro-pop churned out by this Brooklyn quartet puts them between the Police and Roxy Music.

What else: Download their recently released EP "Pretend Not to Love" at

Info: 8 p.m. at Broadway Joe's, 3051 Main St.

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