Story last updated at 2:50 p.m. Thursday, June 27, 2002

Arts & Entertainment
June 28-July 4 - "Star Wars, Episode 2: Attack of the Clones", PG , Fri-Mon., July 5-8, 6 p.m.& 9:15 p.m.. Tues-Thursday, July 9-11, 6 p.m only. Closed Thurs. July 4. Homer Family Theatre. Admission.

June 27 - Three-Legged Mule, variety, 9 p.m., Duggan's Waterfront Pub.

June 27 - Wasabi, dance band, 9 p.m., Alice's Champagne Palace. Admission.

June 27-29 - "The Search for Odysseus," Pier One Youth Summer Theatre Camp production, Thurs.-Fri., 7:30 p.m.; Sat, 2:30 & 7:30 p.m., Pier One Theatre. Admission. 235-7333.

June 28 - Hoo Doo, dance music, 9 p.m., Down East Saloon.

June 28-29 - DJ music, 10 p.m., Alice's Champagne Palace.

June 28-29 - The Rockwells, 10 p.m., Duggan's Waterfront Pub.

June 29 - Tim Heimbold or Susan Ward, live, 8-10 p.m., Kharacters.

June 30 - Three-Legged Mule, variety, 9 p.m., Kharacters.

July 2 - Atz Kilcher, live music, 6-10 p.m., El Pescador Bar and Grill.

July 2 - Tommy Rocker, rock, 9 p.m., Duggan's Waterfront Pub.

July 3 - Hobo Jim, Alaska variety, 9 p.m., Alice's Champagne Palace. $2 cover.

July 5 - Laura Love & band, 10 p.m., Alice's Champagne Palace. Admission.

July 6 - Radoslav Lorkovic, 7:30 p.m., Bunnell Street Gallery. Admission. 235-2662.

Ongoing and Future Events

Through July 3 - Don Kolstad's watercolors, Picture Alaska Art Gallery.

Through July 3 - "Metal Heads," metal works of art, lighting and furniture by Marlon Prazen and Tarri Thurman, Art Shop Gallery.

Through July 3 - "Paintings From Around the World," watercolors by Gael Murakami, Homer Council on the Arts.

Through July 3 - Chinese brush-stroke drawings by Sharlene Packer, Fireweed Gallery.

Through July 3 - Evie Witten and Joan Hornig, pottery and paintings, Bunnell Street Gallery.

Through July 3 - "Diversity," watercolors and acrylics by Rube Tikka, Ptarmigan Arts Back Room Gallery.

Through Sept. 15 - "Facing the Elements," outdoor art exhibit, opening 5-7 p.m., Pratt Museum grounds. 235-8635.

Through Sept. 15 - "Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People," cooperative exhibit by the Alutiiq Museum of Kodiak and the Smithsonian Institution's Center for Arctic Studies, the Pratt Museum.

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