Things to Do: May 8 - 13

May 8:

Model Christie Brinkley stars as cold-hearted killer Roxie Hart in the Broadway/San Diego production of Chicago.

May 10:

The Museum of Photographic Arts screens 1971 classic Harold and Maude at the Coming of Age Film Festival. $8.

Every Thursday night the music scene sizzles in Barrio Logan at the free Latin Jazz Jam at Voz Alta Project Gallery, a grassroots space to promote cross-cultural artwork.

May 11:

More than 50 local chefs and host Sam the Cooking Guy serve up a gourmet feast at Mama’s Day, in support of Mama’s Kitchen. $125.

The bayou comes to SD at the three-day Gator by the Bay festival. $25 and up.

Flock to Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre for the Channel 93.3 Summer Kickoff Concert featuring a lineup including Wiz Khalifa, Flo-Rida, The Wanted, and Maroon Five. $40 and up.

May 12:

City Ballet presents Shakespeare’s tragic romance Romeo and Juliet. $29 and up.

Celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month at the Asian Cultural Festival at NTC Promenade.

Nibble on sweet treats at the San Diego Botanical Garden’s Chocolate Festival. $12.

Visit the source of your favorite restaurants’ farm-fresh produce. Head for the Second Saturday Harvesting Tour at Suzie’s Farm, a 70-acre organic farm in the Tijuana River Valley. $10.

May 13:

Treat Mom to a whale of a good meal at SeaWorld’s Mother’s Day Brunch with Shamu. $29 and up.

Get an inside peek at the good life on the Coronado Historic Home Tour. $35 and up.

Take a trippy trip back in time to the psychedelic ’70s at the return of Roger Waters – The Wall Live. $59 and up.

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