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By Chuck Sudo in Arts & Entertainment on Feb 21, 2008 5:00PM

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The Dirtbombs, the longest-running project of Detroit garage rock legend Mick Collins (The Gories) is arguably his best. Their line-up of two drummers, two bassists (one of them playing through a fuzzbox effect) and Collins on guitar plays classic groove-oriented, hip-shaking music. Their 2002 release Ultraglide in Black belongs on our desert island discs collection. They'll be playing at Double Door this evening days from the release of their new album We Have You Surrounded.

MP3: The Dirtbombs "Sherlock Holmes"

1572 N. Milwaukee, 9 p.m., 21+

Today is National Sticky Buns Day. In honor of the occasion, Bleeding Heart Bakery is offering customers their choice of a half-dozen organic brioche sticky buns (in walnut, pecan, apple cheddar, and cinnamon) for $18.

1955 W. Belmont, through 7 p.m.

Tonight and next Thursday, Spudnik Press will be hosting a lithography demo with instructor Richard Repasky. Using ball-ground hand plates, students will learn how to etch, stabilize, and proof plates; become familiar with the different materials used for hand plates; and learn tricks for use with printing from plates.

847 N. Paulina, 7-10 p.m., $20

A study of Korean men's attitudes toward women, Hong Sang Soo's Woman is the Future of Man is the story of an ambitious Korean film maker returned from the States with ambitions in the film industry. He becomes reacquainted with an old friend, now a college art professor, and they reminisce over a woman they each dated in college. The fond memories they share about the woman lead them to track her down, where they find out why memories are often fond.

Block Cinema at Northwestern University, 8 p.m.