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    11/24: Drama, Bikes and Raw Fish
    Annie Potasznik
    Roll your way to Sushi heaven tonight.

    HAVE YOU SEEN ME LATELY:  Sam Waterston (D.A. Jack McCoy to Law & Order fans) is taking the stage in Connecticut once again.  Waterston plays Henry Parsons in Athol Fugard's "Have You Seen Us?" debuting tonight at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven.  The play details the life of Parsons, who spends Christmas Eve in a southern California diner, where his interactions with a Mexican-American waitress and an Eastern European Jewish couple, force him to face his demons.  The show runs through December 20.  Click here for show-times and ticket info.

    ENTER THE GHETTODROME:  Time to gear up for a night of bike racing in New Haven.  Tonight at 6:30, bikers can meet at the flagpole at the New Haven Green, and pedal their way to a night of "informal track style racing."  Don't forget your helmet.  6:30.

    ALL ABOUT THE NORI:  It's Tuesday, and that means its Sushi night!  Shrine Asian Kitchen at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods is offering its weekly Sushi Unlimited special.  For $20 a person, you can enjoy a smorgasbord (doesn't sound very Japanese) of their signature rolls and dishes -- everything from the California Roll to Shrimp Tempura and Spicy Hamachi.  6-8pm.