Sunday, January 30, 2000

GET TO IT


A guide to help make your day

GOING OUT
        • Super Bowl Party: At Jillian's in Covington, beginning 6 p.m. today, Big screen television and complimentary buffet. No Cover. 491-5388.

        • 20th Century Cincinnati: The style and design retrospective continues noon-5 p.m. today Cincinnati Museum Center. Vintage furnishings, apparel and decorative objects from 1900-1975. $5. 738-7256.

        • Jazz guitar: Jimmy Ponder performs 2:30 p.m. today Cincinnati Art Museum Theatre. Part of Xavier University Piano and Guitar Series. $14. 745-3161.

        • Mariemont Players: Coarse Acting Show, a collection of sketches, 7 p.m. today Walton Creek Theatre, 4101 Walton Creek Road, Mariemont. Continues Thursday-Sunday through Feb. 13. $12. 684-1236.

        • Blues: Sonny Moorman plays tonight at the Red Frog, 675 Northland Blvd., Forest Park. 825-9933.

STAYING IN
        • TV picks:
If you don't plan to watch the Super Bowl XXXIV either for the game or the commercials (pregame at 2 p.m.; kick-off at 6:25 p.m.; Channels 9, 2), your viewing options include the 1983 M*A*S*H finale, Goodbye, Farewell, Amen (7:30 p.m., FX cable); The Silence of the Lambs (7:30 p.m., Lifetime); and the conclusion of Masterpiece Theatre's Bramwell (9 p.m., Channels 16, 48, 54). If the game is a blow-out, catch The Sopranos at 10 p.m. (HBO).

        • TV Critic John Kiesewetter says Ken Burns' Not For Ourselves Alone, profiles of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, repeats 3-6:30 p.m. (Channel 48).

        • Web site of the day: Busy with a new fitness routine? Use Activelog to keep track of your running, biking, swimming, walking or other exercise program. Log on to www.activelog.com.

WHAT'S IN STORES TODAY
        • For pet lovers: At-A-Glance is offering a new line of planners with the pet lover in mind. The organizers feature full-color photos of cats or dogs in a variety of poses on the tab and undated calendar pages. The zipper features lease-like straps. $32.50-$42.50. At-A-Glance planners are at such stores as Office Max, Office Depot and Staples.

PLANNING AHEAD
        • 24 hours out: CCM Symphony Band performs A Musical Melange featuring works by Dello Joio, Morel, Benson and Orr, 8 p.m. Monday, Corbett Auditorium, UC's main campus. Free. 556-4183.

        • 48 hours out: Civil rights lawyer and activist Morris Dees speaks 8 p.m. Tuesday in Hall Auditorium, Miami University, Oxford. Free tickets will be distributed 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Hall Auditorium box office. (513) 529-3200.

        • 72 hours 'til Wednesday: Wee Wednesday program for preschoolers at Cincinnati Art Museum, 10 a.m.-noon. “O is for Orchard” is the theme with games, music, storytelling and other arts-inspired activities. $4-$5, members free. 721-2787.

        • 6 days away: Tickets for the Bruce Springsteen concert, 7:30 p.m. April 30 at the Firstar Center, go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets or call 562-4949. $67.50 and $37.50.

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