See & Do

WEDNESDAY 03.28

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DJAVAN -- Brazilian superstar Djavan (dee-jah-von) broke through back home in the '70s, and his songs since have been covered by many, including Al Jarreau in the U.S. His voice combines the smoothness of Caetano Veloso and the soul and jazz of Gilberto Gil. Variety Playhouse (Falstaff)

ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM The Art of Neon: Science. Light & Form, an installation featuring both vintage commercial signs and new sculptural works. Through April 30. La Cabesa y El Coraz--: Influence on an Artist Marco Razo, featuring five figurative paintings of strong color and subjects derived from literature, poetry and movies. Through May 4. 285 Peachtree Center Ave., Atlanta. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. $3 for non-members. 404-688-2467.

Today's your last chance to catch Heavy Metal featuring the bikes of Matt Colman and Peter Rentz. Eyedrum, 253 Trinity Ave., Atlanta. Through March 28. 404-522-0655.

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