Going to the cineplex or staying in and streaming this weekend? Every Thursday morning at 8:15 a.m. you can listen to Mike Schulz dish on recent movie releases & talk smack about Hollywood celebs on Planet 93.9 FM with the fabulous Dave & Darren in the Morning team of Dave Levora and Darren Pitra. The morning crew previews upcoming releases, too.

Or you can check the Reader Web site and listen to their latest conversation by the warm glow of your electronic device. Never miss a pithy comment from these three scintillating pundits again.

Thursday, May 25: Discussion of Fast X and Master Gardener, previews of six new ones opening locally, and a Memory Lane return to Best Picture winners of the 1990s.

Legendary musicians whose first studio album Dawn Patrol debuted more than 40 years ago, the rockers and glam-metal musicians of Night Ranger bring their national tour to Davenport's Rhythm City Casino Resort Event Center on June 3, the group revered for Billboard-charting hits including "Don't Tell Me You Love Me," "When You Close Your Eyes," and the immortal "Sister Christian."

Trivium, June 2

With their top-10 charting Billboard singles including “Catastrophist,” “What the Dead Men Say,” and “In the Court of the Dragon,” the heavy-metal musicians of Trivium headline a June 2 concert at East Moline venue The Rust Belt, their discography over two decades boasting 10 studio albums, three EPs, two demo albums, 42 singles, and 32 music videos.

A chart-topping country-rap and Southern-hip-hop artist embarking on his "Must be the Country Tour" in support of his brand-new album, singer/songwriter Colt Ford headlines a June 3 concert event at East Moline venue The Rust Belt, the musician's discography since 2008 composed of eight studio albums, one compilation album, one live album, and two EPs.

With the event's performers including Jason Carl & the Whole Damn Band, CJ Parker, and students from the QC Rock Academy, Davenport's Common Chord will host the Live at Five: Block Party Kickoff on June 2, an introduction to the venue's three-month music series designed to bring downtown Davenport to summertime life with music and community.

Currently touring in support of the June release of her newest album Time Ain't Accidental, folk singer/songwriter Jess Williamson headlines a June 6 concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, her previous recording Sorceress hailed by Pitchfork as "a mature and freeing record, one that celebrates meager triumphs of womanhood even as it mourns a loss of innocence."

Lauded by Clash magazine as an artist who "is able to blend surrealistic aspects with melodies dappled in light," Uruguayan indie singer/songwriter Juan Wauters headlines a June 8 concert at Rock Island's Rozz-Tox in support of his June 2 release Wandering Rebel, a work described on Badcamp as one that "attempts to reconcile the stability he's come to enjoy with the nomadic restlessness that's characterized his life thus far."

Performing in a special concert event at Davenport's Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Parish Hall on June 3, a quartet of gifted musicians will lend their considerable talents to the Chamber Music Quad Cities program Passing the Torch, the repertoire for which will be explored by violinists Serena Canin and Lee Taylor, cellist Gregory Sauer, and pianist Thomas Sauer.

With the artist's latest release Room Enough, Time Enough lauded by Glide magazine for "its ambitious scope and inventive cover interpretations," folk singer/songwriter David Huckfelt and his outfit the Unarmed Forces headline a June 3 concert at Maquoketa's Codfish Hollow Barn, the artist's recording also praised by Routes & Branches as “grounded in musicianship and songcraft, even as it invites the indwelling of spirits [and] voices across time, space, and culture.”

Lauded by DC Metro Theatre as "a fast-paced musical comedy" that's "vastly entertaining and perfect for kids (and grown-ups) of all ages," the area debut of Garfield: The Musical with Cattitude enjoys a June 6 through 24 run at Rock Island's Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse, this delightful stage treat a purr-fect entertainment for fans of family musicals and the legendary comic strip created by Jim Davis.