1. 'Glee'
Following a "Thriller"-ific Super Bowl Sunday episode may be tough, but two "Glee" episodes in one week is something to get excited about. 8 p.m. Tuesday, WBFF/Fox. KATE MCGONIGLE, B

2. A Night of Romance at the BMA
I may not be in a relationship, but who am I to frown upon others in love? Take your loved one to this special Baltimore Museum of Art tour, replete with champagne, "sweet and savory treats," live music and special Valentine's Day card-making. Ah, classy. Sunday. Tours on the half-hour from 6:30-8 p.m.; card-making from 6:15-9:30 p.m. $25-$35. artbma.org. JORDAN BARTEL, B

3. 'Justin Bieber Never Say Never'
I never say never to paying 15 bucks to watch a movie about Justin Bieber. Opens Friday. MATT VENSEL, B

4. 'My Life as Liz'

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This highly stylized, sort-of reality show connected with viewers because Liz Lee is the right portions of geeky, smart and self-deprecating. The second season — which takes place in New York City and revolves around a love triangle — begins Tuesday night at 11 on MTV.

WESLEY CASE, B

5. Iron Crow Theatre Company's staged reading of 'Steel Magnolias'

Julia Roberts won’t be there. Neither will Shirley MacLaine or Sally Field (damn!). But the sassy Southern spirit will be intact. Blush and bashful outfits encouraged ... naturally. 8 p.m., Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 811 Cathedral St., Mount Vernon. $20-$25.

MARISSA GALLO, B

6. Talib Kweli

Fresh off the Jan. 26 release of Gutter Rainbows, Talib Kweli performs at Black Cat on Tuesday. A powerful performer live, he’s definitely worth the drive. $20 in advance. $25 day of. 8 p.m. doors. 1811 14th St N.W., Washington.

JASMINE WIGGINS, B

7. 'The Sunset Limited'

Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson star in a film version of the two-person play, written by Cormac McCarthy (“No Country For Old Men”), that’s essentially a deep-rooted philosophical debate between two contrasting men. The film, directed and executive produced by Jones, debuts at 9 p.m. Saturday on HBO.

BRIAN KRISTA, B

8. Stoop Storytelling: 'Gimme Shelter'

Seven storytellers, including a librarian, future nurse and two writers, share their experiences about buying, selling or losing a home. 7 p.m. Monday. $20. Center Stage, 700 N. Calvert St.

LUKE BROADWATER, B

9. Raw Art Sale

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Tired of that ugly picture hanging in the hallway? MICA’s annual Raw Art Sale will give you the chance to fill that frame with something pretty. Noon-4 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 14. Gateway, 1601 Mount Royal Ave.

DANIELLE KEES, B

10. Sea Captain Date

I can’t tell if this dating site for boating fanatics is real. Either way, it’s hilarious. Example from a profile: “I love both salt and freshwater chicks.”

JORDAN BARTEL, B

Photos: "Glee" (Fox); Talib Kweli (Susan Blond, Inc.)

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