Lost Luckies

Lucky clover on acid.
Lucky clover on acid.

I've got my eyes glued to the road conditions hoping I can still make it to Santa Fe tonight to visit my family. If not, there are a few things around town I'd like to do ...

Adult Night—I love Adult Night, yes I do! I love Adult Night, how 'bout you? ¡explora! (1701 Mountain NW) hosts another totally awesome night for 18-and-over science lovers tonight from 6:30 to 10 p.m. This month's exhibit is Shapes of Sounds. I also hope it snows so I can go to this ...

Little Al's Lab—More exciting stuff in the fun filled world of science. Opening tomorrow, Jan. 20, at the National Atomic Museum (1905 Mountain NM) is Little Al's Lab—an interactive exhibit designed for children to explore physics. It opens at 8:30 a.m. and the first 75 children will be treated to breakfast with the man himself, Einstein. Admission is free for any child dressed as Einstein, $5 for adults and $4 for seniors and children not dressed as the physics genius.

Winter FunkRazor—Raise the rent for Out ch'YondA Live ArtZ Studio (929 Fourth Street SW) this Sunday, Jan. 21, at 4 p.m. The event will include performances by Black Acid Crew and Say What??, DJ BlakTruth and honors the memory of James Brown and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. $10 donation (or whatever you can spare) at the door.