2. Another Wednesday evening St. Pete for Peace documentary screening at Café Bohemia, this one Hamas: Behind the Mask, a one-hour Canadian documentary shot during 2004 and 05, when Hamas emerged as a political force despite the systematic assassinations of its key leaders.
3. More than 20 local wannbe comedians test their chops at Comic's Night Out, an open mic free-for-all at Side Splitters where performers can say whatever the hell they want. The $10 cover includes a drink at the bar and a slice of pie from Garlic Jim's Gourmet Pizza.
4. Tampa Bay Sierra Club welcomes nature photographer/Tampa Audubon Photo Club head/Florida Museum of Photographic Arts instructor Dan Harnly for its August General Meeting. Harnley presents Get That Shot! Wildlife Photography Made Easy, a program geared towards beginner to intermediate photographers.
5. Jobsite Theater offers a $10 preview of its latest production, Embedded, Tim Robbins drama-satire about the Iraq war. The show has its official opening tomorrow night.