November 14, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 43  

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Crib Notes

If you’re up for a concert, you can rock out with Jesse Cook at Centennial Hall. Or, treat yourself to a film; Master & Commander and Love Actually open this weekend.

SAT., NOV. 15
We don’t need to tell you what to do on a Saturday night, do we? The options are endless: drinking at home, drinking at a pub, drinking at a club, drinking in the Social Science Centre — the options are endless!

SUN., NOV. 16
Sunday night is always a great night to relax and check out a movie. What better place than Western Film, where movies only cost a couple of bucks? The Magdalene Sisters plays at 7 p.m.; Underworld at 9:30 p.m.

MON., NOV. 17
A couple of different concerts are taking place tonight: The Brian Jonestown Massacre will be taking over Call The Office and 54•40 will be hitting The Ceeps, along with openers The Trews.

TUE., NOV. 18
Punk faves Moneen are playing tonight in Toronto at the Kool Haus. If you’re a fan, it’s worth the road trip. Or, if you want to stay in London, check out The Planet Smashers at Call The Office.

WED., NOV. 19
The super-groovy Chelsea and Boggs Episode #7, Super-Mama Shake-Down, will be showing tonight at the McManus Studio. The play only runs until Saturday, so to grab your tickets, contact The Grand Theatre box office at 672-8800.

THU., NOV. 20
Fans of Moist, or simply fans of hot guys, get ready to hit up The Drink tonight. David Usher will be appearing live at London’s favourite sketchy night club for an intimate performance.



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