1. 'Grease' continues at Ferndale High School
Ferndale High School students will present Grease on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the high school auditorium. Tickets cost $7 per adult, $5 for students and senior citizens, and $3 for children younger than 12. Read all about the production here. For more information, call Ferndale High School at 248-586-8600 or visit http://ferndaletheatre.org/.
2. Lez Zeppelin at the Magic Bag
Doors will open at 8 p.m. on Friday for the "all female, all Zeppelin" LEZ ZEPPELIN with Tom Chacon. Tickets cost $15. LEZ ZEPPELIN is a New York City-based all-girl band that has gained worldwide critical acclaim for the musicianship, passion and gender-bending audacity they bring to the music of Led Zeppelin. For more information, visit www.themagicbag.com.
3. Cowgirl Pub Crawl fundraiser at Loving Touch
Dress western and strut down to the Loving Touch on Saturday for a rootin' tootin' time that benefits Camp Casey, a local horseback riding program for kids with cancer. The event will start at 5 p.m. at the Loving Touch and continue with karaoke at Sneakers and other stops. Tickets cost $25 and 100 percent goes toward serving local kids with cancer. Fee includes souvenir stein that the pubs fill up for as low as $1. Free appetizers are included. Read more about the event here or visit www.camp-casey.org for more information.
4. Tom Papa at Mark Ridley's
Veteran stand-up comedian and "marriage ref," Tom Papa, takes the stage at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle Friday and Saturday. You may have seen him on "Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "Late Show with David Letterman," or in Analyze That or theComedian. Shows on Friday and Saturday start at 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle in Royal Oak; tickets are $30. This is a special engagement show no coupons or discounts will be honored.
5. Stickers at 323East
Whether you’re a punk, skater, grafﬁti artist, musician, clothing brand, political activist, ﬁne artist, or just a fan of a band, stickers have always been the perfect way to express oneself. Stickers features approximately 4,000 stickers from the exploding, vibrant world of street art, DIY culture, music, and branding. Cheap, democratic, easy to “tag,” and not always fast to fade, the sticker has been an ever-present medium—from the New York and London underground punk scene to skate culture and political expression. Celebrating the graphics of this street-art medium, Stickers illustrates the timeline of this pastime, from counterculture to politics. Exhibition at 323East in Royal Oak is Saturday from 6-11 p.m.