``Pump up the Volume,'' 8:30 p.m. tonight and 9 p.m. Saturday at the Back Room Cinema. The June theme is gay pride month.
Beginning Monday, Gross Alaska theaters will go to summer hours. The 20th Century Twin and Glacier Cinema will have second evening shows every week night, as well as weekends.
``I Dreamed of Africa,'' (PG-13) ends tonight, last show at 7 at the 20th Century Twin.
``Battlefield Earth,'' (PG-13) ends tonight, last show at 7:10 at the 20th Century Twin.
``Where the Heart is,'' (PG-13) ends tonight, last show at 6:30 at the Glacier Cinema.
``Frequency,'' (PG-13) ends tonight, last show at 7 at the Glacier Cinema.
``American Psycho,'' (R) starts Friday and shows nightly at 7:10 at the 20th Century Twin, with second shows at 9:10 beginning Friday night, and matinees at 2:10 and 4:10 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
``Mission Impossible 2,'' (PG-13) shows nightly at 6:50 at the Glacier Cinema, with second shows at 9:30 beginning Friday night, and matinees at 1:50 and 4:30 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
``Shanghai Noon,'' (PG-13) starts Friday and shows nightly at 7 at the Glacier Cinema, with second shows at 9:20 beginning Friday night, and matinees at 2 and 4:20 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
``Love and Basketball,'' (PG-13) starts Friday and shows nightly at 6:30 at the Glacier Cinema, with second shows at 9 beginning Friday night, and matinees at 1:30 and 4 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
``Gladiator,'' (R) shows nightly at 7 at the 20th Century Twin, with matinees at 2 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
``Dinosaur,'' (PG) shows nightly at 6:40 at the Glacier Cinema, with second shows at 8:40 beginning Friday night, and matinees at 1:40 and 3:40 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
``Road Trip,'' (R) shows nightly at 7:10 at the Glacier Cinema, with second shows at 9:10 beginning Friday night, and matinees at 2:10 and 4:10 Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Tickets for all jazz and classics evening concerts are $16, $14 students and seniors in advance at Hearthside Books, and $2 more at the door, unless otherwise noted.
Bruce Paulson Quintet, jazz concert 9 p.m. tonight at The New Penthouse.
Bach to Blue, 8 p.m. Friday, Juneau-Douglas High School auditorium, music of Beethoven, Chopin and Vaughn. Joseph Petric and Guy Few, Linda Rosenthal with Bruce Paulson's L.A. Big Band and Evan Solot performing the premiere of ``Glacier Blue'' concerto.
Free Brown Bag Concerts, Bruce Paulson's L.A. Big Band, noon Friday in Marine Park; and Guy Few and Joseph Petric, noon in Nugget Mall.
Big Band Dance, 9 p.m. Saturday, Centennial Hall, with Bruce Paulson's L.A. Big Band.
Mingus Amungus, concert with San Francisco-based jazz group, 8 p.m. Sunday at JDHS auditorium.
Afternoon Gospel Music Festival, 2:30-6 p.m. Saturday, Marine Park shelter, free, music and inspirational messages from musicians and praise and worship teams from several Juneau churches, also puppets and Christian rock.
``Wild Nights with Emily,'' Perseverance Theatre. Performances 8 p.m Friday and Saturday night, 7:30 p.m. tonight, last show at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets $18-$22 Friday and Saturdays and $13-$17 others. Recommended for mature audiences.
Perseverance Theatre general auditions, 6:30-10:30 p.m., Monday and Tuesday, June 5 and 6, call for appointment 364-2421, ext. 26.
Jazz and Classics: Trumpet and piano with Guy Few; classical accordion with Joseph Petric; 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Hendrickson Building at UAS, $20 for UAS credit, or $10 to audit.
Bruce Paulson - ``How Jazz Works,'' free performance demonstration, 10 a.m.-noon Egan Library, UAS.
Brass and Brass Ensemble workshop, accordion lecture and demonstration, with Guy Few and Joseph Petric, respectively, 1-3 p.m., UAS Hendrickson Building, $10.
Juneau Dance Unlimited Summer Fine Arts Camp, June 5-30, grades K-12, call 463-5327.
Perseverance Theatre Cross Training Summer Writing and Performance Project, June 26-July 8, workshop series on poetry, fiction, and playwrighting, as well as stage and acting. Call 364-2421, ext. 21.
Shakespeare 2000 and Junior Theatre Program, Perseverance Theatre's summer youth programs. July 10-Aug. 5. Participation by interview. Junior Theatre program is open. Tuition is $325, $310 if before June 1.
Janice Holst Summer Dance Academy, June 5-30, dance classes, crafts, acting and stage design classes, all-day and half-day sessions, ages 4-7 and 8-17, call Holst at 586-1462.
Thrush Hill Music: Instrumental Music Camp, June 23-30, Harborview School Annex, call 586-1915 to register. Focus on a variety of instruments and styles, cost ranges from $30-$60, for ages 6-adult.
Dances of Universal Peace, 7-9 p.m. every second and fourth Saturday, St. Brendan's Church 4207 Mendenhall Loop Road. Beginners welcome. Call Leah, 789-3993.
Images in Stone and Wood: Kate Boesser art exhibit, Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Gallery. Noon to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
``Looking Forward, Looking Back,'' a look at the first century of the Alaska State Museum, and ``Drawing Shadows to Stone: Photographing North Pacific Peoples (1887-1902),'' at the Alaska State Museum.
``Juneau through the Stereoscope: The Magic of 3-D Photography, 1881-present,'' Juneau-Douglas City Museum, Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekends. Admission $3, under 18 free.
Peabody's Monster, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday and Saturday, no cover, Open Mike, 8 p.m.-midnight Thursday, The Alaskan Bar, no cover.
Millennium Prophets, Juneau rock and dance band, 9:30 p.m.-closing, Friday and Saturday, Hangar on the Wharf, no cover. Mike Roy, solo singer and guitarist from Juneau with originals and covers, 8-10 p.m. Wednesday.
Mary's Igloo, Juneau top 40 band, 9:30 p.m.-closing, Friday-Saturday, Marlintini's Lounge. No cover.
Kenny Knapp, solo guitarist, singer, variety of music, 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Wednesday though Sunday night, at the Sandbar.
Knightriders, Juneau rock, country and top 40 band, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. tonight, 9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday at Club 2000.
The deadline for the calendar is 5 p.m. Monday. Items may be faxed to the Empire at 586-3028 or brought to the office at 3100 Channel Dr. Events must be open to the public, and one-time performances may take precedence over regular events when space is limited.