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A Divorce Party, sexy Rod Stewart and more


After a disappointing national address last week, Art Amok honors President George W. Bush's bull-headed six-year tenure with A DIVORCE PARTY on the anniversary of his first inauguration. Burlesque temptress Ms. Vagina Jenkins performs her scantily clad routine, and a rip-roaring poetry slam follows. The live music, racy dancing and spoken word should put the First Amendment to good use. $10. 8 p.m. 7 Stages Theater, 1105 Euclid Ave. 404-523-7647. (DM)


As a member of British pub-rock band Faces, and as a solo star, ROD STEWART (pictured) used to sing about getting drunk and getting laid on "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" and "Maggie May." Now, as a raspy-voiced performer of the Great American Songbook, he sings pop standards to people who used to party just as hard as he did. There are worse ways to spend the twilight years of a career, and he's good enough at it to pack arenas. $55-$97. 8 p.m. Philips Arena, 1 Philips Drive. 404-878-3000. (MR)


If New Year's Eve didn't beat you down, there's more bubbly revelry to be had this weekend at TOUR DE CHAMPAGNE, a celebration of France's famous sparkling. Taste more than 20 brands of champagne along with cuisine from some of Atlanta's top restaurants, including Joël, Bacchanalia and Trois. The event also includes a silent auction benefiting Angel Flight of Georgia, an organization made up of volunteer pilots who provide free air transportation for medical treatments not available locally. $90-$125. 7-10 p.m. InterContinental Buckhead, 3315 Peachtree Road. 404-946-9000. (Besha Rodell)


Just when you think a hot flash has passed, it heats right back up again. After a remarkable 615 shows over 21 consecutive months, MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL had planned to cool it on Jan. 21. But the show, full of baby-boomer hits rewritten to spoof "the change," resumes performances Jan. 31 for at least another month. Through Feb. 25. $45. Wed., 2 and 8 p.m.; Thurs.-Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 4 and 8 p.m.; and Sun., 2 and 5 p.m. 14th Street Playhouse, 173 14th St. 404-733-4738. (CH)


Peter and the Wolf, the classic children's morality tale about a young Russian boy who stares fear in the face and lassos himself a wolf, is the DeKalb Symphony Orchestra's selection for this year's CHILDREN'S CONCERT. WSB-TV/Channel 2 anchor Jovita Moore narrates the story, which is part of a program that also includes selections from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, a Decatur School of Ballet performance, and arts and crafts. $5. 3 p.m. Georgia Perimeter College Gymnasium, 555 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston. 678-891-3565. (DM)


If you secretly stay in on weekends to watch Barbra Streisand movies -- Yentl, anyone? -- then get your tuckus off the couch and head to the ATLANTA JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL. Opening night features a screening of Brother's Shadow, with a live introduction from stars Scott Cohen and Judd Hirsch and director Todd Yellin. Throughout the week, festival-goers can cast their votes for the prestigious Audience Award. See Arts, p. 43, for more. Through Jan. 28. Various locations, times and prices, call or see website. 404-949-0658. (Casey McIntyre)

JAN. 26 DANCING WITH THE STARS gives toe-tapping C-listers a chance to shine at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.

JAN. 26-27 GALACTIC brings the funk to Atlanta for a two-night stand at the Roxy.

JAN. 27 MOMIX presents Lunar Sea, a black-light performance exploring the night sky and the ocean through acrobatic dance.

JAN. 29 JEFF TWEEDY plays Wilco-less at the Tabernacle.

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