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INDIA ARIE -- Local singer/songwriter India Arie (see record review, p. 91) unveils her long-awaited Motown debut, Acoustic Soul, with tonight's show. Catch her now before folks in Wisconsin start calling her "diva." PlanetJam Cotton Club (Sarig)

With a name like cream, it's gotta be sexy. More than 60 artists have submitted their seductive pottery, sculpture, paintings, photography, film and fashion for the fifth annual ATLANTA EROTIC ART EXHIBITION, founded by former Atlanta artist William Downs. This year's show displays work from Sarah Emerson, Peter Bahouth, James Booth, Melvin Occasio and many more ("Mascara Motel" by Suzi Selman, right). Opening reception MARCH 31 (on view by appointment through April 13). 7-10 p.m. $3. 1181 Howell Mill Road (between 14th Street and Huff Road). 404-377-0780 or 404-607-1913.

Support the hometown favorites by attending the seventh annual RED, WHITE AND BREW FESTIVAL, where local beers from Atlanta Brewing Company and Sweetwater Brewing Company will quench the thirst of more than 900 attendees. More than 20 microbreweries, including internationals like Spaten Munich and Harpoon, will offer samples MARCH 31 to wash down grub from Max Lager's Brewery, Park Tavern, Mellow Mushroom and Loco's Deli and Pub. Benefits the High Museum of Art. Kinga Konga will perform. 7 p.m.-midnight. $50. Atop parking deck at Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road. 404-733-4107 or

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