February 13, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 75  

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TONIGHT
CREEPY STUFF: It’s Friday the 13th, so you are legally obligated to do something weird and/or scary and/or creepy. Let your imagination go wild!

SAT. FEB. 14
LIVE MUSIC: Love is a war — so fight off Valentine’s Day with Blue Skies at War who bring their hardcore emo to Call the Office, along with openers Thine Eyes Bleed and Burning April. Tickets are $5 at the door. Call 432-BAND for information.

SUN. FEB. 15
MOVIES: If you’re a masochist, rent Secretary; if you’re a romantic, rent Amelie; if you prefer a film of the hardcore variety, rent Showgirls; if you’re a pedophile, rent any of the Olsen twins’ films.

MON. FEB. 16
TV: Tune into your local CHUM station tonight at 10 p.m. to catch a Diane Sawyer interview with Mel Gibson, where he’ll be discussing the controversial new film The Passion Of The Christ.

TUE. FEB. 17
LIVE MUSIC: Josh Groban at the John Labatt Centre. Probably expensive. Don’t go! Unless you already have a ticket — we’ll pray for you.

WED. FEB. 18
LIVE MUSIC: Want to go on a road trip? Good, we thought so. If you’re a rap fan, head down to Tonic night club in Toronto to check out Obie Trice (with opener Rochester).

THU. FEB. 19
LIVE MUSIC: Eclectic singer-songwriter Kinnie Starr plays at the Elements Lounge in support of her latest disc Sun Again.

 

 

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