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January 14, 2013 at 6:14am

5 Things To Do Today: Lady Gaga, LeMay Gaga, "Saga, Vol. I," Jessica Blinn Octet and more ...

LADY GAGA: She came out of the womb like this.

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MONDAY, JAN. 14 2013 >>>

1. Tacoma gets another dose of Lady Gaga - born Stefani Germanotta - when the diminutive pop star and budding media mogul brings her Born This Way Ball show to the Tacoma Dome tonight. Gaga has been touring overseas since the release of last year's Born This Way disc and only made scattered U.S. appearances. Friday she kicked off her North America tour with a show in Vancouver, B.C., where she showed everyone her bum. Speaking of nudity, Gaga has been making waves for admitting to recording in the nude and being scared to have sex for fear of her creativity being sucked out of her vagina. So there is that. Throughout the Born This Way Ball tour overseas, she let the audience into her life with some tender stories, some twinkling piano, and, apparently, some mock on-stage birth giving. Sweet. Don't know what to wear tonight? The Weekly Volcano can help you with that.

2. LeMay - America's Car Museum, or LeMay Gaga, welcomes Lady Gaga's "Little Monsters" with a guarantee a parking spot at the museum and fuel-up for the concert at its cash bar from 5-7:30 p.m. For $6, you may tour ACM's Signature Showcase Gallery full of awesome automobiles with one free drink. Pay $35 to park your car in their lot next to the Dome, and you'll receive one free beverage and 2-for-1 ACM admission voucher. Reserve your parking spot at 877.902.8490.

3. Sharon Carr, acrylic artist, is showing her latest abstract and figurative work from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Gallery Row in Gig Harbor.

4. Sick of sitting at home alone on a Monday night flipping through Tumblr/Pinterest? Why don't you get out of the house and do it with other people at 1022 South bar? The Graphic Novel Book Club gathers to discuss Saga, Vol. I by Brian K Vaughan and Fiona K Staples at 7 p.m. Talk to a human being face to face, why don't ya?

5. The Jessica Blinn Octet - featuring drummer Craig Cootsona, saxophonist John Croarkin and saxophonist Jim Pribbenow - will fill The Royal Lounge in Olympia with jazz beginning at 8 p.m.

LINK: Monday, Jan. 14 arts and entertainment events in the greater Tacoma and Olympia area

LINK: South Sound happy hours

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