wednesday, 10 

wednesday, 10

Today's Calvary and the Arts luncheon series concert at Calvary Episcopal Church is by Global Warming, who will play music from around the world with instruments from several continents. At tonight's Freedom Award Banquet at The Peabody, the National Civil Rights Museum will honor Sidney Poitier and Oscar Arias. And finally, at JJ's Lounge, on Walker near Bellevue, it's Blues Night with the Larry Lewis trio featuring Butch Mudbone. Check it out. Or don't. As always, I really don't care what you do this week, because I don't even know you, and unless you get President Bush to learn Pakistani president Gen. Pervez Musharraf's name and stop referring to him as "that country's leader," I'm sure I don't want to meet you. Besides, it's time for me to go buy one of those televangelist videos and see how I look in a purple beehive wig. Just trying to do my part to help the economy.

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