Tonight, Paul Constant suggests a reading over at Town Hall by former SEIU President Andy Stern, which you should check out if you're interested in the ongoing discussion about income inequality, spanning from Seattle to D.C. to the Vatican. Nancy Bartley is also reading from her book about a 12-year-old boy who shot a cop in 1931 at Elliott Bay Books, and David Stuart MacLean is reading from his book about having amnesia at Third Place Books in Ravenna.

  • Courtesy of Greg Kucera Gallery
  • Claude Zervas's "Q6S8-1," brushed pigment ink on watercolor paper.

In art, Claude Zervas's show at Greg Kucera Gallery and Franz von Stuck's show at Frye Art Gallery are both recommended. In music, there's Tennis at Barboza and McTuff Trio at SeaMonster, among other great shows. And tonight's Comedy Womb at the Rendezvous.