Lots of good shows happening tonight, topped by the last Grandview Library show for a while. Moviola and Deathly Fighter, two of the more unique and wonderful presences in our music scene, are playing at the library, 1685 W. First Ave., starting at 9:30 p.m. sharp. Door charge is $5, but if you show your library card or get one at the show, the charge is reduced to $3. Besides the "local wisemen" and "dark diplomats," you'll get free Chipotle chips and guac for your trouble.
Also on tap: One of four performances this week by Psychedelic Horsesh-- at Cafe Bourbon Street, 2216 Summit St. PsychHorse is joined tonight by an intriguing (new?) local act called Thee Sons of Daughters.
And don't forget about The Evil Queens, Lo-Pan and U.S.S.A. at Ravari Room, 2657 N. High St. The first two are local, loud and heavy, and if you follow local music, you should know 'em. U.S.S.A. features members of Ministry and The Jesus Lizard, and they're contributing to Ravari's growing reputation as a regular tour stop for some of the best hard rock acts on the road.
Now for tonight's TV recommendations, specifically NBC's Comedy Night Done Right, especially 30 Rock, which kicks off Season 2 tonight with the much-ballyhooed Jerry Seinfeld guest spot. Tune into the Peacock at 8:30 p.m.
Sandwiching the Tina/Alec/Tracy goodness (and hopefully, along with the Emmy, setting Rock up for success) are My Name Is Earl (8 p.m.) and The Office (9 p.m. and an hour long again this week).
Mad Men (10 p.m., AMC) and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (10 p.m., FX) continue to make Thursday strong as well.