September 26, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 17  

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Crib Notes

FRI. SEP. 26
THEATRE
If you're a fan of live theatre, head over to the McManus Studio at The Grand Theatre and check out the opening night of How I Learned To Drive. The show starts at 8 p.m.. Tickets are $30 for the premiere performance and $15 all other nights.

SAT. SEP. 27
LIVE MUSIC
Are you ready to rock? If so, you're in luck: as always, The Embassy is featuring a lineup of live bands tonight including The Code, Protest The Hero, Some Guys and The Flatliners.

SUN. SEP. 28
RECORD SALE
Dr. Disc is hosting a CD and record show & sale today from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Centennial Hall. Arrive early to get first pick of a selection of CDs, records, singles, videos, posters, DVDs and more.

MON. SEP. 29
TELEVISION
Let us all shed a tear for the departure of our favorite Monday night programming, Canadian Idol. Taking its place on CTV in the 8 p.m. time slot is Ashton "boy-of-the-moment" Kutcher's self-indulgent reality-prank show, Punk'd.

TUE. SEP. 30
NEW MUSIC
It's Tuesday and you know what that means - time for the new CDs to roll in. Hitting record stores everywhere will be new CDs from Dido, Enigma, the Sattallites and shock-rock pioneer Alice Cooper, just to name a few.

WED. OCT. 1
LIVE MUSIC
Tonight, you need not even leave campus to check out some rockin' sounds. Silverstein will be hitting up The Wave this evening for an intimate live performance. Check out The Gazette's interview with the band next week as well.

THU. OCT. 2
BOOK LAUNCH
Canadian poet Margaret Avison will be appearing at Western today to launch Always Now, her first volume of collected poetry. Avison will perform a reading at 1 p.m. in University College Rm. 30 followed by a reception in UC 225. Admission is free.

 

 

 

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