REGIS PHILBIN AND SUSAN LUCCI
PROGRESS ENERGY CENTER—In what could be the camp highlight of the season, the pairing of morning talk show titan Regis Philbin and soap opera icon Susan Lucci has us wondering which one truly is the biggest daytime television diva. Philbin trades in Kathy Lee and Kelly for Lucci in a Vegas-style show complete with a 21-piece orchestra. Show up for the 3 p.m. show in Memorial Auditorium and get close enough to feel Philbin's spit off a typical "Gelman! You're killing me!"-type rant. For more info, visit www.progressenergycenter.com. —Karlie Justus
"WALLS OR BRIDGES"
MARBLES KIDS MUSEUM—Putting aside anger and striving toward understanding, the Muslim-American Public Affairs Council and the predominantly Jewish Triangle Tikkun present "Walls or Bridges: Possibilities for Peace in Israel-Palestine," which focuses on the Israel-Palestine conflict and features speakers Mazim Qumsiyeh, from the Palestinian-American Congress, and author Jan Jaben-Eilon. The event begins at 1:30 p.m. —Ashley Roberts
A LESSON IN ALOES
DEEP DISH THEATER—Written by South African playwright Athol Fugard, A Lesson from Aloes is the story of 1963 South Africa, when apartheid reigned and suspicion was its mistress. Directed by UNC's Joan Darling, the play concludes its opening weekend today at Deep Dish. For more info, visit www.deepdishtheater.org or call 968-1515. —Megan Stein