Guster: The college rock favorites are at Bogart's, 8 p.m. today, 2621 Vine St., Corryville. $17.50. 562-4949.
Wine 101: Guy Discepoli of Piazza-Discepoli Wine Shops gives an introduction to wine pairings and buying at "The ABC's of Wine," 7 p.m. today, Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road. Free. 369-4472.
Diversity docudrama: Wilmington College hosts the diversity sensation Faces of America, a touring one-woman show based on interviews with minorities all over the country, 7 p.m. today, Boyd Auditorium, Wilmington. Free and open to public. (937) 382-6661.
New on DVD
Critic's Pick: A 15-year-old comedy rates as this week's top video choice, says Enquirer film critic Margaret A. McGurk. Who Framed Roger Rabbit broke special-effects ground with its seamless mixture of animated and live characters, as detective Bob Hoskins chases down a mystery in Toon Town. Today's anniversary edition is available on both VHS and DVD with a rich menu of behind-the-scenes info, trivia, games and deleted scenes.
New on CD
Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs Of Bob Dylan (Sony/Legacy; $13.98) features a who's who of Southern gospel (Shirley Caesar, Aaron Neville, Fairfield Four, Mighty Clouds of Joy) doing Dylan's inspirational canon, including a duet by the man himself with Mavis Staples ("Gonna Change My Way of Thinking").
Celine Dion's "I Drove All Night" car ad is part of her new One Heart (Sony; $18.98).
Rap-metal band Linkin Park is back with two versions of Meteora (Warner Bros; $19.98, $24.98), the more expensive including a bonus DVD.
Hip-hop act B2K has Pandemonium (Epic; $18.98) including a bonus DVD.
Former country star Rosanne Cash releases her first new album in a decade, Rules Of Travel (Capitol; $17.98).
24 hours out: Xavier University theology chair William Madges and co-author Michael Daley are at Joseph-Beth Booksellers to sign their new Vatican II: 40 Personal Stories with special guest Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Rookwood Pavilion, Norwood. 396-8960.
48 hours out: Contemporary Christian superstar Rebecca St. James is at Christ's Church Mason with opening acts Big Daddy Weave, Aaron Spiro and Rivertribe, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, 5165 Western Row Road. $12-$16. 229-3200.
72 hours till Friday: Cincinnati Art Galleries opens a solo show of paintings by the renowned colorist Edgar Hatten, 5-8 p.m., 225 E. Sixth St., downtown. 381-2128.
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