Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 at Babeville (341 Delaware Ave.). Cost is $25 in advance here, $30 day of show.
Ease into the week with reggae on Tuesday, as the Wailers - an offshoot of the remaining band after Bob Marley's death in 1981 - drop by Babeville. The Jamaica-rooted group is fronted by Aston "Familyman" Barrett, who might be best known for fathering 41 children, with support from Junior Marvin and Donald Kinsey, also Marley's former bandmates.
Buffalo's own Funktional Flow will open the show. - Ben Tsujimoto
6 to 9 p.m. at The Black Sheep (367 Connecticut St.). Cost is $90 before tip, with reservations online here or by calling 884-1100.
A restaurant known for its work with animals takes a walk on the green side with a six-course meal showcasing the work of Allegany County's Sunset, White Valley, Canticle, and Living Acres farms, as well as foraged produce.
The vegetarian menu, which can be made vegan with notice, will be paired with Polaner wines. - Andrew Galarneau
[Related: Black Sheep hosts a monthly Sunday Supper]
7:30 p.m. in Screening Room Cinema Cafe (880 Alberta Drive in Boulevard Mall, Amherst). Cost is $6 at the venue.
Take in one of several showings of this Hitchcock-style film noir, released in 1953 and set on the American side of Niagara Falls, that features Marilyn Monroe in her acting prime.
Monroe plays Rose Loomis, whose marriage to George Loomis (Joseph Cotten) is struggling and getting darker by the day. - Ben Tsujimoto
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