Imagemaker Awards: Applause! magazine presents its annual festival and awards ceremony honoring outstanding public service in Cincinnati. 6-9 p.m. today, Gallagher Student Center, Xavier University, Evanston, $10. 745-3939.
Antiques: The Moeller High School Antique Show, with more than 100 dealers showing and selling, continues noon-4 p.m. today, 9001 Montgomery Road, Kenwood, $3. 791-1680.
Swing: Lee's Junction Big Band plays a nightful of swing classics, 7-10 p.m. today at Jim & Jack's on the River, 3456 River Road, Riverside. No cover. 251-7977.
Top pick: No power tools? No duct tape? No kidding! Three teams on Junkyard Mega-Wars: Flight of the Century (8-10 p.m., TLC) compete to build a turn-of-the-century self-propelled aircraft using only tools that the Wright Brothers might have had 100 years ago.
Critic John Kiesewetter also says that Linda Ellerbee has assembled children ages 10-14 for a timely Nick News special, The Iraq Question: American Kids Talk About War (8:30 p.m., Nickelodeon).
Tri-wheelers: Looks as if Huffy, the bike company, has reinvented the wheel. Sort of. Actually, it has reinvented the three-wheeler, the low-slung contraptions that entered the world as Big Wheels. Huffy's reincarnation is the Green Machine, designed to give riders more of a spin, slide and skid experience - especially good on extreme rear-wheel spin-outs, it says here, thanks to its dual joystick, rear-wheel steering mechanism and extra-wide rear wheels. It's $99.99 at toy and hobby stores.
24 hours out: Best-selling author Lisa Jackson hits town to sign her new romance-suspense paperback The Night Before ($6.99; Zebra Books). 7 p.m. Monday, Barnes & Noble, 9891 Waterstone Blvd., Deerfield Township 683-5599.
48 hours out: The Taft Museum of Art's "Artful Evening" series moves to Wyoming (during renovation only) with curator of education Abby Schwartz speaking about neoclassicist Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (French, 1780-1867). 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wyoming Branch Library, 500 Springfield Pike, free. 241-0343, Ext. 15.
72 hours till Wednesday: Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati opens the new Warren Leight drama James & Annie about an interracial romance in the World War II era, 8 p.m., 1127 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine, $25-$28. 421-3555.
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