Film screening: Xavier University continues its "Racism and Reconciliation" film series with a screening and discussion of Spike Lee's 2000 film Bamboozled, 7 p.m. today in Kelley Auditorium, Alter Hall. Other films in the series: Spike Lee's Get on the Bus (next Thursday) and Long Night's Journey Into Day (Feb. 20), the Oscar-nominated documentary on South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Free. 745-3181.
`Lost' film returns: Fresh from the Dangerous Media Convergence and anti-war protest at the Sundance Film Festival, the Lost Film Festival lands Friday at Miami University,Oxford.
The traveling exhibit of guerrilla-style, prank-driven, anti-corporate short films, which previously stopped at Cincinnati's SSNova Gallery, will be presented by festival director Scott Beibin, who owns the punk label, Bloodlink Records.
Show time is 8 p.m. at 100 Laws Hall. Admission is free. For directions, call Sarah Westheimer at (513) 664-6807, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Web site.
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At 10 a.m. Saturday:
Dave Matthews: An acoustic evening with Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, 7:30 p.m. March 31 at Millet Hall, Miami University. Tickets are $49.50 at Ticketmaster outlets, phone (513) 562-4949 and online at www.ticketmaster.com. (Note: Tickets go on sale to Miami students Friday; student ID required. Details: Web site)
Whitesnake: Whitesnake and the Scorpions with Dokken, 7 p.m. March 19, Hara Arena. Tickets are $35.50 at Ticketmaster.
Stars on Ice: Smucker's Stars on Ice coming to the U.S. Bank Arena 7 p.m. March 20 has announced that the 2002 Olympic Pair Champions Jamie Sale & David Pelletier of Canada and Elena Berzhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze of Russia will perform. Other skaters include Todd Eldredge, Alexei Yagudin, Katarina Witt, Kurt Browning, Renee Roca & Gorsha Surand Koko Ina & John Zimmerman Tickets are $35-$57 at Ticketmaster.
Call to artists: Dublin, Ohio, is accepting applications for artists working in fine arts or fine crafts to sell at their 2003 Art + Music Festival on Sept. 28. Previous festivals have featured sculptors, sketch artists, jewelers, woodworkers, photographers and more. Applications are due by April 5 and must include four slides for each medium entered. For more information, call (614) 889-7444 or visit Web site
Movies Opening Friday
Deliver Us from Eva
How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days
Talk to Her
Coming Friday in Weekend
Dim sum 101: A guide to favorite dim sum dishes.
Summer theater picture is bleak
KNIPPENBERG: Knip's eye view
Match your diet to your personality
Bull riders: little gain, lots of pain
Millville bull riding school only 'just breaks the ice'
Author compares words of Jesus, Muhammad
Nashville salutes spirit of Guthrie
Claremont brims with exuberance
Summer camps guide coming
The Early Word
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