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What You're Doing Tonight: Feb. 11

Classic cars, earthquakes and amateur comedy night

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    What You're Doing Tonight: Feb. 11
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    Classic cars will be on display in Blackhawk.

    CLASSIC CARS: Do you love cars? Old cars, fast cars, slow cars, big cars small cars? Then the Blackhawk Museum's automotive exhibition of International Automotive Treasures presents and displays historically significant and artistically inspired cars from the earliest to the contemporary. The museum is at 3700 Blackhawk Plaza Circle in Danville.

    SHAKE IT BABY: Living With A Restless Earth at the Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way in San Francisco. gives you the chance make your own quake by jumping on the floor. A seismometer in the museum's lobby will let you know the intensity of your "floor quake." Another seismometer in the basement of the Randall is connected to a seismograph in the exhibit that registers actual earthquakes. Learn about what makes California shake while making your own quakes and measuring them. Find out more information and buy tickets at the Randall Museum's Web site.

    MAKE 'EM LAUGH: Think you are the next Robin Williams? Well here's your chance to show off them skills. The Roosters New Talent Showcase at 157 W El Camino Real in Sunnyvale lets both amateurs and pros hone their craft on Wednesday nights. The neighborhood comedy club prides itself in developing and nurturing local comics. People like Dana Carvey, Christopher Titus, Kevin Pollack have gotten their start at the club. Find out more on their Web site.