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ATLANTA CELTIC CHRISTMAS CONCERT -- For the ninth straight year, Irish, Welsh, Scottish and associated Southern traditions are explored in a seasonal setting with music, song, dance, story and theater. Scottish piping and the highland fling will feature alongside local regulars the Buddy O'Reilly Band, Irish tenor James Flannery and Gateway Christmas Mummers, as well as harper Kelly Stewart, fiddlers Barbara Panter and Maura Nelligan, and Appalachian folk group Nonesuch. A special item this year is an interpretation of Yeats' poem "The Magi" about the quest for renewal, which is particularly relevant in the face of Sept. 11. Glenn Memorial Chapel/Emory (Falstaff)

ComedyNo matter what BOBCAT GOLDTHWAIT does, his voice gives him away. Known for his multi-octave range, he's always seemed more of a caricature than an actual person. His Police Academy role may be the first thing that comes to mind for many, but the comedian has gone on to direct sitcoms and music videos, and he's lent his voice to numerous cartoon characters. Looking a little like Billy Bob Thornton these days, Bobcat takes the stage in Atlanta DEC. 14-15 armed with his unpredictable wit. $20. Fri.-Sat., 8 and 10:30 p.m. The Punchline, 290 Hilderbrand Drive, Sandy Springs. 404-252-5233. -- Jerry Portwood

Multimedia event
For those of you who couldn't care less about keeping up appearances for Santa, LUMINACITY 3.0: CYBEROTIKA DEC. 14 may be right up your alley. Sponsored by subMedia and Shameless productions, LuminaCity 3.0 employs light, music, art, film and sex to showcase the talent of multi-media artists. The event features erotic art by Tsubasa, Iajuanso laRunn Turner, Pedro Rivas, among others, along with animated works by Franklin Lopez, POP Films and more. DJs Starboy, Rmiller and NAV provide aural accompaniment to performances by the Zoetic Dance Ensemble and Sexual Surrealist. 8 p.m. Murphy Street Lofts, Loft A. For directions and more info, visit and

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