Trust Us: Argentinean dance, curling, and other stuff you need to check out

Forever Tango struts into the Smith Center next week.


Forever Tango The production completed its third Broadway run this past fall, with help from Dancing With the Stars alums Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Watch the passion of the seductive Argentinean dance come alive on the Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall stage. January 21 & 22, 7:30 p.m., $26-$79.

WFG Continental Cup of Curling Broom! Bump! Blast! Bury! We know you’ve been dreaming of getting close to Olympic curlers, and here’s your chance. Teams from the U.S., Canada, Japan, Norway, Scotland and Sweden compete before heading to Sochi. January 16-19, $20 per event, Orleans Arena.


Bad Ink Season 2 The hit reality show starring locals Dirk Vermin and Rob Ruckus continues seeking out terrible tattoos and making them into masterpieces. Mondays, 9 p.m., A&E; season premiere January 20.

The WFG Continental Cup of Curling is coming to Orleans Arena.

Inside Llewyn Davis The Coen brothers’ melancholy character study about a B-list folk singer in 1960s Greenwich Village is one of the best movies of 2013—funny, insightful and full of great music. Now playing.


Dwarves You haven’t really lived until you’ve had Blag Dahlia and his mates’ manic punk road show in your face. And if you’ve already experienced it, well, you don’t need us to tell you to go again. Two words: guitarist HeWhoCannotBeNamed. Or is that six words? With Since We Were Kids, I.D.F.I., The CG’s. Lambs to Lions, The People’s Whiskey. January 18, 8 p.m., $12-$15, LVCS.


Tom Cotter The stand-up comic should have won the seventh season of America’s Got Talent, but he was up against a dog act. Go catch a true talent on the rise, and leave your pets at home. January 18 & 19, 7:30 p.m., $18-$44, Suncoast.

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