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mm 0 nRKii mm -V Last week, inspired by Paris Hilton's rousing acting turn as slasher-bait in the latest remake of "The House of Wax," we wanted to know the name of the original 1933 film by Michael Curtiz that started the whole ball of "Wax" remakes rolling. It was called "Mystery of the Wax Museum." Paris wasn't in it. Mick Jagger announced this week that the Rolling Stones will wheel out another world tour starting in August. It will be sponsored by Depends. Sorry, we couldn't resist another old-age joke.

Tee-hee. Which of the following is NOT the name of an album by the "Flowers," "Dirty Work," "Aftermath," "Before and After Science," "Between the Buttons," "Out of Our Heads," "Goats Head Soup," or "Sucking in the Seventies." JIBPIBW WWMMM jjfbj 5 Mi 1 Dance Dancer Jenny Watkins strikes a beatific pose for this weekend's "Spotlight on Dance" spring concert by Tallahassee's Pas de Vie Ballet company. The program encompasses plenty of classical ballet (The Garland Waltz from "Sleeping Beauty," a pas de deux from "Don as well as more modern work. On the contemporary end, the evening will finish with an original work titled "Tuned in Time," which is a sassy bit of choreography set to some very recognizable tunes from the '60s and '70s. To boot, during intermission, there will be a silent auction and yummy snacks by Au Peche Mignon.

What: The 16th annual "Spotlight on Dance" spring concert by Pas de Vie Ballet. Where: Richard G. Fallon Mainstage Theatre, corner of Copeland and Call streets. When: 8 p.m. Saturday; 2:30 p.m.

Sunday. Cost: $10 general public; $6 students and seniors. Phone: 644-6500. eiQolletio9 3425 Thomasvllle Road Carrtaae Gate Center (850)893-4171 Mff -UfV'i ir iUli 1 1 iii mi, ii i TT liiMaiBllriWrtfaMi 111 I -i i. B2UUiRV 1-000-999-2271 Democrat Airfest Keep your eyes on the skies this weekend and you might just think it's 1945.

All sorts of vintage, World War ll-era aircraft will be landing at the Tallahassee Regional Airport for Airfest 2005. Plenty of other flying machines and jets new and old will park on the tarmac for visitors to get a closer look. Pioneering aviator Jerrie Mock (the first woman to fly solo around the world) will be on hand to meet the public. Mock now makes her home in nearby Quincy. It's a weekend that's sure to fly by.

For more, see Page 23. What: Airfest 2005. Where: Tallahassee Regional Airport. When: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Saturday; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $10 for families; $5 for individual; children 12 and younger get in free. Rides in vintage planes cost anywhere from $100 to $750.

Contact: For more information and ride reservations, visit www.airfest2005.com. Comedy This means war yet again. When the Mickee Faust Club players rolled out their latest, politically charged musical cabaret, "Live Faust or in April, theyhad to turn crowds away at the door. The show was such a hit that the Faust-a-teers are bringing it back this weekend. The Tallahassee troupe is led by war lord Mickee Faust (who is actually writer-performer Terry Galloway, shown here).

Expect plenty of ribald jokes, musical mayhem, political punches and big laughs. Ah, but you'd better get there early if you want a front-row seat to the war of words. What: Mickee Faust Club reprises "Live Faust or Die!" by popular demand. Where: Mickee Faust Clubhouse, 623 McDonnell Drive in Railroad Square. When: 8 p.m.

today and Saturday. Tickets go on sale at the door at 7 p.m. Cost: $10 general public; $5 students and seniors. Phone: 309-5353. i lepras Exhibit Talk about building a new beast.

Tallahassee artist and Florida State graduate Nate Hill carefully assembles new animals made from other animal parts, pieces and bones found on the side of the (He also uses cloth, thread and other found for Dinner at Manna! Shrimp STUFFED with Bacon Mozzarella Grouper STUFFED with Crabmeat Flounder STUFFED with Spinach Feta Cheese ALL ON ONE PLATTER $95 Tonight Only I Exhibit Noted Tallahassee painter Eluster Richardson (whose "Sunday Paper" is shown here) was selected to take part in the new "Tallahassee Watercolor Society Invitational Showcase" at Florida State. More than 100 paintings were selected for the exhibit. Other artists taking part include Rosemary Ferguson, Mitzi Kessler, Lee Goldberg, donalee pond-Koenig and Mary Wyatt. The "Invitational" is sharing gallery space with a show of photography titled "Shared Vision: Photographs of Baracoa, Cuba." What: "Tallahassee Watercolor Society Invitational Showcase" and "Shared Vision: Photographs of Baracoa, Cuba." Where: Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, corner of Copeland and Call streets. When: Opening reception today from 7 to 9 p.m.

Shows run through Aug. 5. Cost: Free. Phone: 644-1254. objects to complete the sculptures.) Hill also runs a Web site called www.stoproadkill.com.

His creepy creations will be on display for the "Life: New Used" exhibit that opens today at the 621 Gallery. The show also boasts a photo essay called "Roadkill" by Tallahassee musician and entertainer Bill "Sauce Boss" Wharton, The heavy-touring Wharton took 'pictures of splattered animals and discarded carcasses left by hunters during his many travels. "In the coexistence of humans and the animals of the world, the animals, as always, get the short end of ithe stick," Wharton writes in an artist contact us Wm hav a full bar offering all your favorH llbatlonsl f7WW pli Send calendar and Nightlife events by 5 p.m. Monday to: Calendar (or Nightlife), Tallahassee Democrat, P.O. Box 990, Tallahassee 32302.

Or, use the online form at www.tallahassee.com and click on "Contact Us." Then click on "Forms" and follow the instructions. If you have questions or problems, call 599-2159. Or fax: 599-2159. Or e-mail jparrishtallahassee. com.

Information must be on a form, available at tallahassee.com. Mondaytaturday from nam Mondaykitiirday from nam 6601960 3S07 Thomajville Rd. I statement. The show includes biology-inspired images by Carol Prusa.i What: "Life: New Used" with works by Nate Hill, Bill Wharton and Carol Prusa. Where: 621 Gallery, 621 Industrial Drive in Railroad Square.

When: Opening reception today from 7 to 9 p.m. Show runs through July 1. Cost: Free. Phone: 224-6163 or visit www.621gallery.com..

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