Pre-weekend Weekend Lunch Invite 83. Metered Meter
Whew. I'm back! Planes flew, cars drove, stuff happened.
Details at 11.
Meanwhile, the new venue H20 will open in Mt. Hope Plaza next
week. This unfortunately coincides with the next East End Fest.
Also, the DVD sale at Rowe is still up in the air, but they
said they'd post a notice a couple weeks in advance so everybody
gets a fair chance.
- Autumn in New York -
A middle-aged playboy falls in love with a dying quarter-aged woman.
- Bless the Child -
A posessed niece with extraordinary powers sneezes. What do you do?
- Cecil B. Demented -
Cinematic terrorists make an underground movie.
- Intern -
A cinderella story about an intern at a fashion magazine.
- The Replacements -
Football players strike, allowing even less talented replacements to take their place.
To feel good and hear good music,
Water Street Music Hall
(204 N. Water St.)
is hosting the
Alternatives for Battered Women, Inc. Benefit
Colorblind James Experience, and
White Cotton Panties
at 2:00 p.m. Call 232-5200 for info on the event.
I Are Bee Gee:
In a surprising turn of events there's two entries in
the "freaky-named bands" category.
The Bug Jar
(219 Monroe Ave.)
Daevid Allen's University of Errors
(South Ave. and Court St.)
Big Ass Pork Plate.
Weren't they in
"Mmm. Mmm. I love to suck on Big Ass Pork Plate."
Open mic poetry at Java's
(16 Gibb Street)
starting around 9:30.
From 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. is
Wednesday Nights at High Falls
at the corner of Commercial St. near
(Corner of Commercial St. and Mill St.)
Tonight it's Better Days.
Later, at the dreaded
Johnny's Smoke Free Bar
(1382 Culver Rd.)
is the comedy improv troupe
Nuts and Bolts.