March 12, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 85  

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Crib Notes

TONIGHT
FILM: The UWO Film Festival kicks off tonight. Screenings take place tonight at 7 p.m. and tomorrow at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Rainbow Cinemas. Tickets are $7 in advance (at InfoSource) or $8 at the door.

SAT. MAR. 13
LIVE MUSIC: Want to spend some quality time with your parents? Not quite sure where to go? Well, Tom Jones will be performing at the John Labatt Centre tonight at 8 p.m..

SUN. MAR. 14
LIVE MUSIC: Sure, American Idol airs two, sometimes three, times a week — but, the question remains, is this really enough Idol? If not, check out our very own Canadian Idol Ryan Malcolm, who had to reschedule his last show due to a mysterious illness. Malcolm’s Absolutely Perfect Tour visits Centennial Hall at 7:30 p.m.. Special guest Jacynthe.

MON. MAR. 15
LIVE MUSIC: Frostbite 2004: Mad Caddies, Pulley, Choke, Closet Monster, Irish Car Bomb. These punk bands will provide the perfect sound for anyone searching for a high energy show at Call the Office.

TUE. MAR. 16
LIVE MUSIC: The Salads toss things up at The Drink tonight. If you want to prepare for the show, grab a copy of their 2003 full-length album Fold A To B.

WED. MAR. 17
A LOT OF DRINKING: St. Patty’s Day = drinking, drinking and more drinking. Really, any place will suffice. But The Honest Lawyer offers Trini Man’s Homemade Irish Stew, along with a selection of green beverages to satisfy the taste buds.

THU. MAR. 18
LIVE MUSIC: Six-Foot Groove perform at Elements Lounge tonight, or you can check out Christopher at Call the Office.

 

 

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