I know what you're thinking: "Is he really recommending a poetry reading?" Shut up. Yes. There are many reasons why, but here are two: CW&P is a curated series, which means poets don't get in if they're not, at the very least, entertaining readers of their own work. (This month's readers include the always-stunning Stacey Levine and the intriguing ilvs strauss.) The best thing about CW&P is that wine is $1 a glass. Hell, by the end of the night you'll probably want to write some poetry yourself. (Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave, 322-7030. 7 pm, free.)