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SPECIAL FORCES: White Fang, Guantanamo Baywatch and Orca Team, who collectively sound like the hardest-partying secret military missions ever, will play a free concert at Holocene. 1001 SE Morrison St., 239-7639, holocene.org. 8:30 pm Wednesday, April 28. Free. 21+.
BEER AND BOOBS: Club Rouge, a downtown strip joint that ostentatiously bills itself as “Portland’s only truly upscale gentlemen’s lounge,” offers $2 pints of 10 Barrel Brewing’s S1NIST0R Black Ale, $3 well drinks and $3 appetizers from 3 to 7 pm Monday-Friday. 403 SW Stark St., 227-3936, clubrougepdx.com.
GET A JAB: Pins and Needles Community Acupuncture will stick it to the workers this May Day with free acupuncture from 9 am to noon. “First in, first poked!” says the press release. 3701 SE Belmont St., 772-1532, pinandneedle.com.
FRUGAL SCIENCE: Admission to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is $2 this Sunday, May 2. 1945 SE Water Ave., 797-4000, omsi.edu.
ATTENTION ALL GEEKS: This Saturday, May 1, while the more holistic-Earth-conscience-minded of us are having needles jabbed into our flesh, the geeks will be snagging free comics from local stores. Yes, it’s Free Comic Book Day, and shops like Cosmic Monkey Comics, Guapo Comics, Excalibur Books & Comics, and Future Dreams Books will hand out Doctor Solar, Iron Man and other titles to all comers (maximum three per person). Cosmic Monkey Comics, 5335 NE Sandy Blvd., 517-9050, cosmicmonkeycomics.com and other locations, see freecomicbookday.com for details.
BOING! Revolution Parkour, which bills itself as the largest gym in the nation dedicated to the practice of jumping, climbing or otherwise overcoming obstacles in one’s path, will host an open house Friday to give hopeful stuntmen and women a brief intro to the sport. And you don’t even have to bludgeon a man to death in a bathroom to get in. 5651 SW Arctic Drive, Beaverton, 746-4785. 6-10 pm Friday, April 30. Free.