Remember Haiti? You know, all those collapsed buildings, scenes of despair and promises to help? Does the word "earthquake" ring a bell? The sad fact is, despite our best intentions, the swell of support that directly followed the Haitian earthquake will dry up long before the work is done. That's just one reason why continuing to support the cause in Haiti and keeping the ravaged country in the forefront of people's minds is important. In Olympia, a show featuring Calvin Johnson's Hive Dwellers, old-schoolers Pet Products, Al Larsen, The Human Skab, Mary Win, Redbird Fever, Wimps, Big Idea and Brazillian "superstar" Lulina will aim to do just that Friday at the Olympia Eagles Hall. Every cent of the $8 cover will go to the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund.
[Eagles Hall, with Hive Dwellers, Pet Products, Al Larsen, The Human Skab, Mary Win, Redbird Fever, Wimps, Big Idea, Lulina, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., all ages, $8, 805 Fourth Ave., Olympia]