David Copperfield can't make his 41st birthday disappear.
Feeling philosophical? The Barnes & Noble Cafe on Augusta West Parkway will have its first philosophy evening, starting at 7. There will be meetings every Wednesday until December.
The lady of the night, Elvira, is 46.
Naked beneath her clothes, comedian Rita Rudner is 41.
Like stalking cemeteries? Or watching movies about people who do? You can chat with Kristy Swanson, the actress from the movie Buffy the Fearless Vampire Slayer, at 10 p.m. on America Online. Location: Bowl. Keyword: Oldsmobile.
Who's the boss? America Online offers cyber chat with Tony Danza at 10 p.m. He has a new self-titled sitcom that will air Wednesdays on WAGT-TV (Channel 26). Location: Bowl. Keyword: Oldsmobile.
Party of Five's Taylor and Brandon Porter turn 4.
A change would do you good. You can head to Sheryl Crow's concert at 7 p.m. in Atlanta's Chastain Park. Tickets are $21.50 to $28.50 and are available through Ticketmaster at 828-7700.
The Augusta Choral Society helps kick off the annual Arts in the Heart of Augusta festival at the Jessye Norman Amphitheater. The festival, which runs through Sunday at the Riverwalk, offers arts and entertainment.
Before George Clooney, before Val Kilmer, before Michael Keaton, Adam West was behind Batman's mask. He's 59.
Miss Linus and Lucy? You can see You're a Good Man Charlie Brown at 8 p.m. at Ridge Community Theater, Historic Haynes Auditorium, Main and College streets, Batesburg, S.C.; adults $9, students and seniors $7, group rates available.
PARTY! It's Fallfest '97 at the Augusta Exchange Club Fairgrounds, 308 Hale St. Music will feature Confederate Railroad, Steve Chappell and the Augusta All-Stars, Shiloh, and Allen Lowe and Turning Point. Tickets are $10 in advance, available at all Pump-n-Shops, Ashley's Jewelry and Charlie's Tavern, or $15 at the gate.
Duncan Sheik will be on America Online at 6 p.m. Location: Bowl. Keyword: VH1