Sunday, March 19, 2000
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Home and Garden show: Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati Home and Garden show closes 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. today at Albert B. Sabin Convention Center. $8, $2.50 under age 14. 281-0022.
Ganesh Birthday: Celebration of baby elephant's second birthday, 1-3 p.m. today in Special Exhibits building at Cincinnati Zoo with face painting, storytelling, green birthday cake for Ganesh, more. Free with Zoo admission ($5.50-$11). 281-4700.
Bach concert: All-Bach program at Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, 3 p.m. today to celebrate Bach's 315th Birthday featuring Robert and Rita Schaeffer on organ, Marjorie Fryxell on piano and Bernice Robinson on cello, Madison Avenue and 12th Street, Covington. 431-2060.
Art opening: Opening of new photography exhibit Photography: Spiritual/Physical Elements, 1-6 p.m today at Suzanna Terrill Gallery, 1315 Main Street, Over-the-Rhine. Features work by Lisa Britton, Mary Fahy, Julie McLemore and W. Messer. 665-4500.
Here's a chance to sit back and watch The X-Files movie (1998) before catching a new X-Files episode.
By some standards, the movie (6:45 p.m., HBO) was moderately disappointing. Plotwise, it was only moderately satisfying. Still, it packs a visual and visceral punch. Rob Bowman, one of the best of the X-Files directors, created some powerful moments.
That helps get viewers in a mood for the TV episode that follows at 9 p.m. on Fox (Channels 19, 45). This one involves an effort to lure Scully over to the dark side; we'll see.
24 hours out: Gardening Series at West Fork Branch Library on cutting and rock gardens, 7 p.m. Monday, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights. 369-4472.
48 hours out: Christopher Reich, author of the bestselling Numbered Account reads from and signs his latest, The Runner, a tale of cat and mouse set in post World-War II Germany, 7 p.m. Tuesdayat Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Rookwood Pavilion, Norwood. 396-8960.
72 hours 'til Wednesday: Audobon String Quartet performs Songs and Lives: The Art of Spiritual Resistance concert focusing on music composed and performed in a concentration camp, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Hall Auditorium, Miami University, Oxford. (513) 529-3200.
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