November 7, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 39  

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Crib Notes

A double header tonight at Western Film: The Coen Brothers’ stab at romantic comedy with Intolerable Cruelty at 7 p.m.; acclaimed crime-thriller Dirty Pretty Things starring Audrey Tautou of Amélie at 9:15 p.m..

SAT., NOV. 8
Hailing from New York City, DJ Miss Bliss headlines a kickin’ night of breaks at The Wave, which also features Lucy Lytes of Toronto and five DJs from right here in London.

SUN., NOV. 9
Fans of television, history and Asian countries that start with the letter K should check out Brian McKenna’s four-hour documentary Korea: The Unfinished War. Premieres on TVO at 8 p.m..

MON., NOV. 10
Book off the hours from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. to indulge in some quality television. First, turn to Fox and watch The Next Joe Millionaire, followed by the 9 p.m. time slot for Skin. Then, at 10 p.m. switch to NBC and indulge in the Kathy Griffin-hosted Average Joe.

TUE., NOV. 11
Independent arts and ’zine culture mag Broken Pencil has a Fall tour that makes its way to the Forest City Gallery. Editor Emily Schultz, founder and author Hal Niedzviecki and contributor and graphic novelist Marc Ngui start the show at 8 p.m..

WED., NOV. 12
It’s in the T-dot, but worth the trip to check out legendary singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones whose poetic and jazzy material has been garnering praise since the ’70s. Doors open at 7 p.m. at the Phoenix Concert Theatre.

THU., NOV. 13
Upbeat funk rockers The Living Daylights play The Spoke; self-billed “anti-corporate political punk rock” band Closet Monster come out of their closets at Call the Office.



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