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Looking for something to do? Here's a super calendar, ranging from the parade floats to bearded women.


MARGARET CHO: Still on her Revolution tour, comedian Margaret Cho, who performed last year at St. Petersburg's Mahaffey Theater, is returning to the Tampa Bay area. During the first leg of her tour, Cho covered timely topics, from President Bush's inability to pronounce the word "nuclear," the media brouhaha over the Dixie Chicks' war views and the rampant eating disorders among our culture's young women. 8 and 10:30 p.m. today and Saturday; Improv Comedy Theater & Restaurant, Centro Ybor; $28. Call 864-4000.

"SIN FIN': Director Elsa Valbuena presents Sin Fin, an evening of contemporary dance. Colombian-born Valbuena arrived in the Tampa area 10 years ago, establishing herself as a dancer, choreographer and teacher. 8 p.m. today; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday; Hillsborough Community College Performing Arts building, Ybor Campus Theater, corner of Palm Avenue and 15th Street. Call 237-2101.


ANN-MARGRET: Fresh from her theatrical debut in The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, legendary film and TV star Ann-Margret (Grumpy Old Men) returns for a Vegas-style show. Husky-voiced Ann-Margret sings everything from I Feel Like A Woman to Viva Las Vegas. 8 p.m.; Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater; $39-$100. Call (727) 791-7400.


RICKIE LEE JONES: A Grammy-winning Best New Artist in 1979, sultry-voiced songwriter Rickie Lee Jones has progressed from a streetwise poet to a world activist. Jones is best known for her songs Coolsville, We Belong Together and Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying. 7:30 p.m.; Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Ferguson Hall, Tampa; $37.25. Call 229-7827.


TRACE ADKINS: Country crooner Trace Adkins got his break when he signed with Capitol Nashville Records in 1996. His songwriting style focuses on the details of everyday life. He's also accident prone. He has been injured by a bulldozer, shot accidentally by the second of his three wives and lost a finger in an industrial accident and a portion of his nose in a car wreck. Though unlike Michael Jackson, Adkins' nose was reattached. 7 p.m.; Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa; $10 plus fair admission. Call