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November 30, 2007 at 7:41am

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Atomic Outlaws
The Atomic Outlaws will play this afternoon inside Hangar 7 with Northwater and Mismatch.  They’re a rock ‘n’ roll band, no doubt about it.  No bells and whistles.  No drum machines.  Definitely some testosterone.  Definitely some power chords.  And in all, definitely a pretty good time.  â€" Matt Driscoll

[Hangar 7, 3-6:30 p.m., $10, free for military with ID, McChord Air Force Base, after party at Station 56 at 8 p.m.]

Correo Aereo
If you’re in the mood for something saucy, sexy and a little exotic Friday and Saturday, jump over to Traditions Café for some traditional Latin music with Correo Aereo. The duo of Abel Rocha and Madeleine Sosin perform the music of Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina and Peru that is sure to get your juices flowing. â€" Tony Engelhart

[Traditions Café, 8 p.m., also Saturday, Dec. 1 at 8 p.m., $8-$12, 300 Fifth Ave. S.W., Olympia, 360.705.2819]

MORE MUSIC: In the clubs tonight.

Art in the City @ The Corner
Free Ya Mind, Chip Van Gilder and Tully’s Coffee So host spoken word open mics with art the last Friday of every month.

“It’s like True America,” explains Free Ya Mind creator Stella Haioulani says of Tulley’s open mic, “to stand on the steps and look back: all ages, nationalities, sexual orientations … homeless vets, people with addiction issues … it’s people coming together and being themselves.”

Haioulani explains that through “synthesizing” with Chip Van Gilder, who has been curating the art in “The Corner,” artists whose work hangs in the space will get a chance to speak their mind every last Friday of the month under the guise of Art in the City.

“The point of Art in the City is the visual artist is invited down to the show. We honor the artist with the opportunity to describe their artwork. And then a poet might do an interpretive poem, and bring the art to life. People can have their shows the way they want them.”

Shows are free, though donations are accepted.

[Tully’s Coffee, 7-9 p.m., $3 suggested donation, Ninth and Broadway, downtown Tacoma, 253.921.1160]

Nite of the Living Dead
Coming off last year’s run of “Cannibal,” Theater Artists Olympia’s twisted band of thespians take on the world of zombies and humor found in murder with “Nite of the Living Dead: The Musical.” It has everything required for a good time: Undead beings. Clueless victims.  Blood. Dance numbers. Tenor solos. It is “Shaun of the Dead” set to music. â€" Steve Dunkelberger

[Kenneth Minnaert Center, 8 p.m. $12 at www.buyolympia.com, South Puget Sound Community College, 2011 Mottman Road S.W., Olympia, 360.357.3471]

MORE THEATER: On local stages today.

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