CL's must-do list for the week of

Thurs., April 5-Wed., April 11

05 If you like stand-up delivered by song and with acoustic-guitar accompaniment, check out musician-comedian Stephen Lynch at Tampa Theatre tonight. 8 p.m., 813-274-8981.

06 USF Art Professor Gregory Green serves as judge for the annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, which opens this evening with a reception and awards ceremony from 7 to 9 p.m. On display through April 26, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, Tampa.

07 Take part in the Walk for Human Rights, an event organized by the Youth For Human Rights Tampa Bay in honor of peace, tolerance and — you guessed it — human rights. 9 a.m., Straub Park.

08 To raise funds for its Teen Youth Group, Central Church of the Nazarene hosts an arts and crafts fair, pancake breakfast, all-ages Easter egg hunt and free outdoor concert with the Urban Gypsies and Higher Ground Band. 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Clearwater.

09 Brooklyn's TV on the Radio produces sinister, atmospheric alt-rock marked by the ferociously soulful vocals of Tunde Adebimpe. The show is in Orlando, but don't let that deter you — it's definitely worth the drive. 8 p.m., Club Firestone, Orlando.

10 The National Philharmonic Of Russia stops in Clearwater to perform a concert conducted by Vladimir Spivakov and featuring special guest pianist and 2001 Van Cliburn competition winner Olga Kern. 8 p.m., Ruth Eckerd Hall.

11 Author/poet Enid Shomer reads from and signs copies of her latest book of short stories, Tourist Season. 7 p.m., The [email protected], St. Petersburg.

April 13-15, Giuseppe Verdi's Il Trovatore, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center,

April 14, Recycle Regatta, North Shore Beach, St. Petersburg.

April 18, The Florida Orchestra Presents Phantom of the Opera, Tampa Theatre,

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