Saturday, March 3 – The Falcon presents Kelly Keith
819 E. Washington St.
Should you be sitting around on your couch, listening to the Butthole Surfers, skimming through your ’90s yearbook and reminiscing about your scummy high school friends, with a double feature of Attack of the 50 Foot Woman and I Spit on Your Grave on the teevee, when a whole baggie full of shrooms just happens to fall down your throat – you know, accidentally-like – should this scenario just magically unfold there on your crappy IKEA couch, the visions that arise before your twirling psyched-out eyeballs will look something like Charlotte, N.C., artist Kelly Keith’s trippy paintings. They’re at the Falcon Bar through April 27 and available on T-shirts from Mother Falcon. – Jessica Bryce Young
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