Sunday, July 13, 2003

Get to it!



Jim Knippenberg
Cincinnati Enquirer

Going out

American Idol Live: Finalists from the hit TV series - including Ruben Studdard, Clay Aiken and Kimberly Locke - perform choreographed highlights from the show. 7:30 p.m. today, U.S. Bank Arena, $28-$48. 562-4949.

Museum talk: The Cincinnati Art Museum accentuates its Out at Home! Remembering the Negro Baseball League exhibit with a talk by pro players Chuck Harmon and Charlie "The Whip" Davis. 2 p.m. today, CAM, Eden Park, free. 721-2787.

Antiques: Dealers line the Sixth Street promenade at MainStrasse Village's Second Sunday Antiques Show, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. today, Sixth and Main streets, Covington. While you're there, check out Covington's Rehab-a-Rama showing seven works in progress (tickets $3 at 606 Philadelphia St.). (859) 491-0458.

On TV

Top pick: It's not a "roast," it's a "bash" when Britney Spears, Nelly, Madonna, Jessica Simpson, 98, Jon Stewart and others rip on TRL host Carson Daly on the first MTV Bash (9-11 p.m., MTV).

• Critic John Kiesewetter also says Grammy-winner Faith Hill talks to kids about being adopted on Linda Ellerbee's Nick News Special Edition: My Family Is Different: I'm Adopted (8:30 p.m., Nickelodeon).

Model search

Rag launch: OK, time to stand in front of a mirror and practice those pouty looks. Do it because American Rag, a new line of vintage-inspired sportswear for juniors and young men, will be at Lollapalooza looking for models for an August ad campaign. All you do is head for the American Rag pavilion at Riverbend and let them shoot a Polaroid. One winner in each of Lollapalooza's 30 cities will get a hand-painted denim jacket and a shot at fame and glory. Lollapalooza runs noon to whenever Wednesday (music starts at 2 p.m.) at Riverbend.

Planning ahead

24 hours out: Radio favorite Train is at Bogart's singing from the new My Private Nation. 8 p.m. Monday, 2621 Vine St., Corryville, $25. 562-4949.

48 hours out: Corporate creativity consultant Marco Marsan helps people embrace their id while introducing his book Think Naked: Childlike Brilliance in a Rough Adult World. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Barnes & Noble Kenwood, Montgomery and Kenwood roads. 794-9440.

72 hours till Thursday: Cincinnati Opera opens its final summer production - Norma - with superstar soprano Lauren Flanigan in the title role of the famous Bellini opera. 8 p.m., Music Hall, $22-$120. 241-2742.

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E-mail: jknippenberg@enquirer.com; fax: 768-8330.




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Get to it!