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AMY RAY, THE BUTCHIES -- Indigo Girl Amy Ray unveils her solo show tonight, kicking off a tour in support of her solo debut, Stag. Opening for Ray, as well as backing her up, are the Butchies, a three-piece formed from the ashes of Team Dresch that plays riot-grrl punk with brains, balls and attitude to spare. Echo Lounge (Sarig/Horowitz)

If you've been part of the in-crowd all your life, Emory University has just the film for you: GAIJIN ("foreigner"), a feature about Japanese immigration to Brazil and interethnic relations between immigrant groups. Ethno-anthropologist Dr. Shuhei Hosokawa of the Tokyo Institute of Technology will lead a discussion after the screening. MARCH 29. 7 p.m. Free. 205 White Hall on the Emory University campus, 1385 Oxford Road. 404-727-6562.

THEATRESPORTS 3000 Dad's Garage Theatre presents improv for the new millennium. In this altered state of TheatreSports, two teams compete in the first half of the show, only to be transformed into two completely different teams in the second half of the show. 280 Elizabeth St., suite C-101. Thursdays. 10:30 p.m. $10. 404-523-2144.

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