Sunday, March 10, 2002

Get to it


A guide to help make your day

Going out

        CAMMYs: Winners win and performers perform — including Reggie Calloway Band, Salsa Caliente, PsychoAcoustic Orchestra, Greg Schaber & High Street — at the annual event honoring local musicians in jazz, blues, pop/rock and all the rest. 4 p.m. today, Jillian's, 1200 Jillian's Way, Covington, $15 at door. (859) 491-5388.

        Antiques: The popular Second Sunday Antiques Marketplace — a quiet stroll through the quaint Mainstrasse Village in warm weather — is at the Drawbridge Inn for the winter. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. today, I-75 and Buttermilk Pike, Fort Mitchell, $3. (859) 241-3390.

        Chamber music: The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra teams with renowned french horn player David Jolley for an afternoon of Britten and Mozart, plus a new work by composer HuwWatkins. 3 p.m. today, Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, $10. 723-1182.

        Ralph Nader: The scrappy consumer advocate takes aim at “Globalization and Environmental Justice.” 7:30 p.m. today, Cintas Center, Xavier University, Evanston, free. 745-3722.

Staying in

        TV picks: Go inside the World Trade Center minutes after the terrorist attacks with the extraordinary footage of 9/11 (9 p.m., Channels 12, 7).

        • TV Critic John Kiesewetter says the Bobby Knight movie, A Season on the Brink, can be seen with profanity (8 p.m., ESPN) or without (8 p.m., ESPN2).

        Hoop scoop: UC and Xavier fans will find out where their teams play in the NCAA basketball tournament today (6-7 p.m., Channels 12, 7).

Web site of the day

        All red: And this for redheads who get teased a lot — “I'd rather be dead than red on the head” and all that. Here's a site that celebrates redheads — Lucille Ball and Danny Kaye, for example — and ever offers recipes for redheads and gives Rotten Carrot Awards to people who irritate them. Go to www.redandproud.com and show off that mane.

Planning Ahead

        24 hours out: Comedian and character artist Robert Post trots out his multi-character one-man show The POSTman Delivers on the ever edgy alteractive series. 7 p.m. Monday,Rosenthal Plaza, Playhouse in the Park, $6-$10. 421-3888.

        48 hours out: Author Sharon Kay Penman signs and discusses her new Time and Chance, the long-awaited sequel to When Christ and His Saints Sleep. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Rookwood Pavilion, Norwood. 396-8960.

        72 hours 'til Wednesday: The venerable Matinee Musicale rolls out the carpet for superstar violinist Phil Quint, who comes armed with his 1736 Stradivarius. 11 a.m., Scottish Rite Auditorium, 317 E. Fifth St., downtown, $15. 961-0622.

        Contact Jim Knippenberg by phone: 768-8513; fax: 768-8330; e-mail: jknippenberg@enquirer.com

       

       



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Summerfair poster 'blessing' for event
DAUGHERTY: Everyday
Down the road, a toad or two snuck in
Educator still there for at-risk students
CCO works to enrich musical repertoire
DEMALINE: The arts
'Indians' talks audience to death
KIESEWETTER: Television
Locals join Brothers Johnson for funk reunion
Next Generation lets young dancers step up
Pops season a boon to baby boomers
Symposium a time machine back to 1800s Cincinnati
A new pub joins St. Patrick's Day party
MARTIN: Food stuff
Serve it this week: Fennel
- Get to it