Sing Hallelujah: It doesn't get much bigger than this folks – arguably one of the most influential songwriters of the last century, living legend Leonard Cohen returns to the Paramount Theater tonight for the final evening of his two night local stint. Just be sure to snag a comfy seat – last night's sold out performance reportedly went on for a whopping four hours. Tickets are $45-$250 and doors at 8pm.
World's Collide: Billed as "an evening of artistic freedom," the Collision Course Art Show is set to feature work from over forty artists along with performances from several local comedians and musicians. The Monday night blowout goes down at the recently opened massive Brief Space Gallery; entrance is free and doors are at 7pm.
Luces de la Ciudad: In their latest issue, literary magazine Granta put the spotlight on the best young Spanish-language novelists, highlighting "twenty-two literary stars of the future." Tonight, City Lights hosts three of the selected rising authors -- Carlos Yushimito, Carlos Labbé, and Andrés Felipe Solano –– to read from and discuss their varied works. The free event starts at 7:30pm.; sitting is limited, so be sure to arrive early.