1. Grammy Award-winning gospel superstars Sweet Honey in the Rock are world-renowned for their spirited a cappella performances. See them right here in Santa Barbara, as they grace the stage in Campbell Hall tonight. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are just $19 for students.

2. Once upon a time, Disney decided to capitalize on the teen market by modernizing its own classic canon. The result? Patrick Dempsey, Amy Adams and the city of New York star in “Enchanted.” The film screens at 7 and 10 p.m. in I.V. Theater on Feb. 22 and at 10 p.m. on Feb. 25.

3. The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, which just so happens to be free on Sundays, is currently featuring an exhibit of aerial photography by the world-renowned photographer David Maisel. The exhibit runs until April 27, and more information can be found at www.sbma.net.

4. Almost a month to the day after the tragic death of Hollywood heavyweight Heath Ledger, his rep has confirmed that Johnny Depp, Colin Farell and Jude Law will be finishing out Ledger’s role in Terry Gilliam’s upcoming film “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” Ledger, who died of an accidental overdose, plays a character who journeys through three different dimensions, and Hollywood insiders are assuming that the three actors will each play Ledger’s character in a different dimension during the film.

5. After many months of breathless anticipation on the part of pretty much everyone who knows and loves movies, “Be Kind Rewind” is finally opening in theaters on Friday. Check out Michel Gondry’s latest offering, which stars Jack Black and Mos Def as men forced to recreate their favorite films in order to save the store in which Def’s character works.

6. Down and dirty rock ‘n’ roll collides with evolutionary electronica in the sound of Texas natives Ghostland Observatory. The indie rockers’ new album, “Robotique Majestique,” drops on Feb. 26, and features 10 tracks of totally tubular tunes.