Do It Today: The Basement at RAW Vibes, free world music concert at the Palladium, and a job fair

stop to stop. Among the regular performers are flutist Premik Russell Tubbs, formerly of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Austria’s Mandu and Vishuddhi Trummer on Chinese erhu and harp, and the 75-member international Gandharva Loka Orchestra, which features players and singers from more than 15 countries. 7:30 p.m., Mon., April 19, Palladium Theater, St. Petersburg. --Leilani Polk

Brush up your resume, brush your teeth, and prepare to meet reps from 40 local companies who have immediate openings at today's Job and Career Fair. There's also on-site hiring, testing, screening, expert advice, and info on continuing education, universities and vocational and technical institutes. Visit for more info. Mon., April 19, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., The Historic Coliseum, St. Petersburg, free.

The Basement is a collection of intimate portraits by Missy Roll that focuses in on two subjects: the friends, roommates and strangers who have passed through her three-bedroom apartment in the last three years; and the natural lighting that freckles the photos. Though it's in short supply (the house has just four windows), the sunlight has a transformative quality that brings a new depth to each portrait. On display through May 8; Visit for more info. 4-9 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat., RAW Vibes Art and Performance Space, St. Petersburg.

Songs of the Soul is a free concert of genre-ranging world music compositions by Maestro Sri Chinmoy – who, among other callings, was an internationally-renowned musician and composer responsible for producing 21,000 pieces – is performed by a artists from around the world in a bill that varies from

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