caterpillar rolls and cat-eye glasses: bryan bros concert tonight!

Hey, Angelenos: if you find yourself without plans tonight (put off assembling that Halloween costume!), consider dropping by Wokcano to hang with the Bryan Brothers. The duo’s teamed up with the Bogart Pediatric Cancer Research Program for a weekend of programming including a concert and a tennis tournament.

You’ll stay: Doors open at 7:00 p.m. for tonight’s show, which’ll feature performances by Lisa Loeb, Pete Yorn, and the Bryan Brothers Band (featuring Counting Crows drummer Jim Bogios), among others. They’re taking a $25 tax deductible cover at the door. Get more info and plan your dinner.

The tourney: Tomorrow (Saturday), the twins are hosting the inaugural Bryan Brothers Grand Slam Jam, fka the WME2 Tennis Classic, at the Malibu Racquet Club. Events include a round-robin doubles tournament, a family clinic, and a pro-am (with Sam Querrey). There’s also a silent auction and an exo with Lindsay Davenport.

Info: Bryan Brothers Grand Slam Jam, Saturday, October 23, 2010, 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; 23847 Stuart Ranch Road, Malibu, Calif.; benefitting The Bogart Pediatric Cancer Research Program and the Bryan Brothers Foundation. More info at the event website.

(poster courtesy of K-Swiss)

radek stepanek: the dragon, pt. 2

Radek Stepanek‘s reptilian Alea kit for the fall continues its showcase with this version in the black/orange colorway, appearing at this week’s Kremlin Cup in Moscow. There’s also a hoodie, seen in the gallery below at an autograph session.

Bracket: The Czech, fifth seed at the event, was upset by the spot-on Pablo Cuevas, who also took out top seed Kolya Davydenko in the round prior. The final four are set, with Cuevas playing Troicki and Baghdatis vs. Istomin. SRO in the stadium? We think so! (Draw: Kremlin Cup Men’s Singles)

(images, as always, by the almighty Getty)

WANT: the 2010 if stockholm open mag cover

Posterity’s sake: Do we have readers at this week’s If Stockholm Open? If (hyuk!) so, can we talk shop for a sec? We’re trying to track down a copy of this year’s magazine; if it’s anything like the one with Delpo on the cover, it should be worth a gander. Scan and email, please?

Semis: The semis are now set, with Roger Federer facing off against Ivan Ljubicic and Florian Mayer — who upset second seed Robin Soderling — facing Jarkko Nieminen. More info at the tourney site. FYI, Roger played his landmark 900th match in the second round, beating Dent. He’s currently the only active player over 900. See more deets about the record here.

nike (re)brands johnny mac

Nike jumps on the latest John McEnroe renaissance by dedicating a line just for this tennis veteran. We saw the pieces first pop up in time for the 2010 US Open, and here he is (pictured above) wearing the polo at this week’s seniors event in Arizona.

The on-court attire has a white/red/grey/black palette, and the tees take advantage of McEnroe’s retro (headband/hair) bad boy (expletives) past — although his temperament is still as testy as ever. Our favorite is the Ace tee — the one with just his face — in grey.

Buy: Nike John McEnroe Collection Tennis Polo, $55, in grey/red and white/red; see the rest of the John McEnroe Collection.

The fogies: French Open champ Michael Chang is back on the Champions Series tour after an achilles tendon injury sidelined him beginning in 2006. At this week’s $150,000 Cancer Treatment Centers of America Tennis Championships at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex (we can breathe while we type, but still — a mouthful!), Chang won his opening round-robin match against Jimmy Arias and McEnroe won his against Wayne Ferreira. Also in the field are Mark Philippoussis, Aaron Krickstein, Jim Courier, and Jeff Tarango.

More: Event goes through this weekend. Schedule and ticket info at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America Championships at Surprise website.

(mcenroe images by Rob Loud courtesy of Champions Series Tour; product images via nike.com)

maria sharapova at cfda vogue fashion fund (l.a.)

Before or after? After yesterday’s news, everyone was looking back at photos from this past Tuesday’s CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund show at the Chateau Marmont in L.A. (where finalists Joseph Altuzarra (<3 <3 <3 <3), Robert Geller, Pamela Love, Prabal Gurung, Billy Reid, Christian Cota, Moss Lipow, Loden Dager, Gregory Parkinson, and Eddie Borgo showed off their collections) to see whether Maria Sharapova was already wearing an engagement ring from fiance Sasha Vujacic. Alas, no bling.

Still, Maria looked radiant in her Cacharel floral print dress — paired with those Cole Haan Air Swan peep-toe booties — and bangles from M.C.L. by Matthew Campbell Laurenza. (She hasn’t been shying away from the bright colors, eh?)

More: View past Cacharel shows at NYMag.com; see the company’s site here.

(image via Getty Images; bangle info via CelebrityFashion)

murray’s trademark… hair

It looks like we’re not the only one obsessing over Andy Murray‘s hair (let us count the ways): in celebration of the Scot gaining a spot in the last men’s event of the year — the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals — the tour created a stencil that Andy used for his artball self-portrait. Thankfully, they used a photo of him well-groomed. (See: Stencils for Roger, Rafa, and the one for Nole.)

Muzz on creating the art: “I can’t say I’ve ever created a self-portrait quite like this before — it was good fun but I don’t think I’ll be giving up my day job just quite yet! I’m looking forward to seeing it in the gallery, hopefully it can raise some money for charity!”

…on home court advantage: “If I play well I’ve got a chance of beating any of the guys. I’m excited to be playing in front of my home crowd; the atmosphere was great last year. I could be playing against Federer or Nadal in my first match in the Finals so I’m going to have to be on top of my game from the very start.” (The tourney’s held at the O2.)

For your consumption: The canvases from all eight singles finalists will be displayed at the La Galleria Pall Mall in London November 8-18, 2010. After that, they’ll be sold through an online charity auction that ends on November 28, 2010.

More: A few other pics of Andy making his art after the cut…