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By June Wulff
Globe Staff / May 4, 2011

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PICK OF THE DAY Native life In the new exhibit ‘‘Native Life in the Americas: Artists’ Views,’’ the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Tozzer Library showcase works about Native American life and culture from the mid-1930s through the first decade of this century. Pictured: ‘‘A Matachina Dance, Christmas’’ by Geronima Cruz-Montoya. Opening reception today from 5-7 p.m. (through Feb. 28). Free. Tozzer Library, Harvard University, 21 Divinity Ave., Cambridge. 617-495-2253, www.hcl.harvard.edu/info/exhibitions TODAY

Bond, jazz Bond Emerging Boston-based musicians can show off every Wednesday at the Bond Jazz Experiment where jazz, R&B, and funk are on the musical menu at Bond. Tonight, the former Federal Reserve Bank deposits Berklee College of Music violinist and singer Ada Pasternak. Wednesdays from 7-10 p.m. No cover. Bond Restaurant and Lounge, the Langham, Boston, 250 Franklin St., Boston. 617-956-8765, www.bondboston.com

A fond farewell All good things must come to an end, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra season, and the musicians will leave the building after Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit (inset) leads them in Berlioz’s “Roméo et Juliette.’’ Mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink, tenor Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, baritone Laurent Naouri, and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus lend a hand with their voices. 7:30 p.m. open rehearsal (through May 7). $20 (tonight), $29-$118, $20 under age 40. Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave., Boston. 617-266-1200, www.bso.org

Drink it in Fingerling potatoes are our new best friend, and you can try them at tonight’s Ramey Wine Cellars Dinner with owner David Ramey. The winemaker will pair his Napa Valley and Sonoma County wines with a multicourse Legal Sea Foods menu of smoked West Coast oysters, rack of lamb, and more. 6:30 p.m. $85 (reservations required). Legal Sea Foods, 26 Park Square, Boston, 617-530-9397, www.legalseafoods.com

Hump-day hoots The motto of the Amazing Open Comedy Mique Show is: “It is fun to laugh on Wednesday.’’ The other six days are on their own while you chuckle with featured comedian Maria Ciampa who discusses marriage, her Italian family, and other subjects. Area comics will do standup and improv, tell stories, and more. 7:30 p.m. $6. The Amazing Things Arts Center, 160 Hollis St. (Route 126), Framingham. 508-405 2787, www.amazingthings.org

Stringing them along The acoustic violin and guitar get a good workout in jazz, folk, world beat, and rock in the hands of the instrumental duo, Morwenna Lasko & Jay Pun. The pair will push the boundaries of acoustic music tonight in a split bill with singer and ukulele player Victoria Vox. 8 p.m. $15. Club Passim, 47 Palmer St., Cambridge. 617-492-5300, www.clubpassim.org

TOMORROW

Three’s not a crowd Tom Tykwer’s “3’’ delivers a one-two punch to start the Boston Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film Festival. This latest film from the director of “Run Lola Run’’ and “The International’’ pays tribute to classic Hollywood screwball comedies. May 5 at 7:30 p.m. (through May 15; check website for additional venues). $10, $8 students and seniors, festival passes available. Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston. 800-440-6795, www.bostonlgbtfilmfest.org

BY JUNE WULFF WWW.BOSTON.COM/THINGSTODO
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