October 31, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 35  

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Crib Notes



Thank you Meg Ryan for ditching the cutesy get-up and getting rough and raw in Jane Campion's sexual thriller In the Cut, which opens tonight.

SAT., NOV. 1


After blowing away everyone at this year's O-Week concert - and some say even upstaging headliners I Mother Earth - The Salads return to London for a show at Call the Office. Tickets are $8 at the door.

SUN., NOV. 2


It's a slow Sunday, but there's always Raygun! Every Sunday night, Call the Office hosts a night of retro grooves and the cover is easily affordable at $2. So if you're bored, get on your dancing shoes and head to CTO.

MON., NOV. 3


Hey, true to their song "Monday Monday Monday," Tegan & Sara are playing on Monday! The evening at Call the Office will begin with a set from the now-solo Matt Sharp. Tickets at Speed City Records or call 858-2680.

TUE., NOV. 4


Yeah, there's Sarah McLachlan's first new disc in six years and Sheryl Crow's hits collection, but we suggest Thank You, Stone Temple Pilots' greatest hits, which will save you from purchasing their hit-or-miss records.

WED., NOV. 5


There are few places where you can see people prance around in revealing tights. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet puts on Mozart's The Magic Flute for the first of two nights at The Grand Theatre. Call 672-8800 for tickets and info.

THU., NOV. 6


The weekend begins on Thursday, so you better head out to the department of English's production of Macbeth which runs Nov. 4 to 8 at the Talbot Theatre. Tickets at The Grand Theatre box office or call 672-8800.



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