Savage Love Live
The Master of love—straight, gay, missionary, kinky and otherwise—Dan Savage takes on Seattle's sexy and repulsive issues. And on Valentine's Day! Savage will host a live stage show, which doubles as a taping of his Lovecast. You can trust that, with his advice, he'll destroy the holiday for some and save it for others. Savage will be joined by a panel of special guests and "sexperts" 8 p.m. Neptune Theater.
For the last two decades Bone Thugs-N-Harmony has cranked out melodic hip-hop with the philosophy that if everybody smoked a blunt with them, the world would be a better place. Most of their success came in the mid-to-late '90s from songs like "Tha Crossroads" and "1st of tha Month," but here at the Source we still believe in Bone Thugs and think they're worth getting down to. 8 p.m. Roseland Theater.
Presidents of the United States of America celebrate Presidents Day weekend with hand-picked co-acts Campfire OK, Aaron Daniels' One Man Banned and Godfrey Daniels & the Red Balloon. The Grammy-nominated Presidents have performed for several of their namesakes, including Bill Clinton, former nominee John Kerry as well as the current commander-in-chief. Rock-and-roll. 9 p.m. Crystal Ballroom.
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Lincoln City Antique Week
Senior women in hand-knit cat sweaters haggling over the price of prehistoric lamps? We're in. The Lincoln City Antique Week celebrates the fine-quality antiquing that this quaint coastal town has to offer. You can get treasures appraised by local experts or just search for deals inside one of the 80 dealerships. With a ratio of 1:100 antique stores-to-locals, you're sure to find some valuable collectibles and top-notch shell art throughout town.