January 16, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 59  

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TONIGHT
MOVIE: Ben Stiller dumped at the altar? Yeah, right. The new romantic comedy Along Came Polly should probably be skipped, but Stiller is just too adorable and Jennifer Aniston is just too nice to look at. And there’s nothing else worthy on screen this week.

SATURDAY, JAN. 17
LIVE MUSIC: Rainbow Quartz’s pop-rockers The High Dials will play tunes from their lauded A New Devotion disc at Call the Office. Opening will be C’mon, Ian Blurton’s (Change of Heart, Blurtonia) new band with Katie Campbell of Nashville Pussy. 432-BAND for more details.

SUNDAY, JAN. 18
Even though it’s a Sunday, your best bet is to come to campus and stop by The Wave for the Charity Ball Fashion Show. Tickets are a lovely $5, so there is absolutely no reason for you to skip this wonderful event.

MONDAY, JAN. 19
Since there isn’t much happening tonight, the best thing for you to do is go to bed early and dream of the time when you and Ryan Seacrest will be reunited (psst, it’ll be tomorrow night, and the night after that, and... ).

TUESDAY, JAN. 20
TV: Simon, Paula and Randy return as the search for the third American Idol begins tonight with an extra-long, two-hour premiere on FOX, beginning at 8 p.m..

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21
TV: Stop your life! American Idol continues tonight for an extra-long, one-hour episode, starting at 8 p.m.. Because it’s fun to watch deluded people have their dreams crushed.

THURSDAY, JAN. 22
LIVE MUSIC: The Parkas kick off 2004 with a show at The Spoke, with special guests The Heard Mentality and The Patients.

 

 

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