April 2, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 97  

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Crib Notes

TONIGHT
MOVIE: Based on the comic book about the son of Satan, Hellboy is unleashed tonight. Blade II director Guillermo Del Toro helms this pic.

SAT. APR. 3
LIVE MUSIC: Political hip-hop-jazz-rockers Warsawpack bring their killer show to Call the Office. Local punk rockers Angry Agency open. Tickets are $5 at the door. Call 432-BAND for more information.

SUN. APR. 4
EVENT: Growl! Today’s the last day to catch the U.S. Hot Rod Monster Jam for some sexy motor sports. It starts at 2 p.m. at the John Labatt Centre. Tickets are available at the JLC box office, Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster.ca or charge-by-phone at 488-1012.

MON. APR. 5
EVENT: Opening day for Major League Baseball — hey, there’s an art and entertainment dimension to sports, too. The Jays take on the Detroit Tigers at the SkyDome in Toronto beginning at 1:05 p.m.

TUES. APR. 6
CD: Alt-indie pop-rockers Modest Mouse release their latest disc Good News for People Who Love Bad News, featuring the retro-cool single “Float On.”

WED. APR. 7
TV: TVO’s documentary series The View from Here showcases Patricia Fogliato’s Dear Juliet, a film about the thousands of letters that flood Verona, Italy, each year — all addressed to Romeo’s beloved. Airs at 10 p.m..

THU. APR. 8
ART: Eric Atkinson’s Huronia paintings and Ed Bartram’s depictions of Georgian Bay begin a month-long run at the Thielsen Galleries this week, until May 1. Call 434-7681 for more information.

 

 

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