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ENTERTAINMENT                                                                                                        I’m a gamblin’ man
                                                                                                                     Two Bits Man has just returned from
                                                                                                                     a trip filled with gambling, women,
                                                                                                                     Elvis and more. Page 22
                                                                                                                                                                    Women’s basketball
                                                                                                                                                                    Basketball season has begun! Turn to
                                                                                                                                                                    the Sports section for a wrap-up of the
                                                                                                                                                                    women’s exhibition game. Page 29
                               Technique • Friday, November 15, 2002




School back in session for Harry Potter and friends
By Alan Back                             doesn’t want disaster to strike.
Senior Staff Writer                          When he makes a break for it
                                         with the help of a flying car swiped
Title: Harry Potter and the Cham- from home by his buddy Ron Wea-
ber of Secrets                           sley (Rupert Grint), he stumbles into
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert a 50-year-old mystery whose clues
Grint, Emma Watson                       are scattered all over campus. Voic-
Director: Chris Columbus                 es whispering from the walls…a se-
Running time: 151 minutes                cret that gamekeeper Rubeus Hagrid
Rating: PG                               (Robbie Coltrane) wants to keep
                                         under wraps…a weird diary float-
    J.K. Rowling caught the world ing in a disused toilet haunted by
by surprise when her books about the ghost of a past student…and
the adventures of boy wizard Harry one person after another freezing in
Potter started to hit shelves four their tracks.
years ago. It                                                    Harry soon
didn’t take any                                               finds himself the
sort of magic to                                              prime suspect,
figure out that         The second entry in                   and even he
movies based on         the series makes some doubtsHe,inno-          his
them would                                                    cence.      Ron,
make a mint at          improvements over its                 and comrade-in-
the box office,         predecessor and                       arms Hermione
even if they                                                  Granger (Emma
weren’t perfect.        gives promise of yet                  Watson) must
Harry Potter and        more good things to                   scramble to solve
the Chamber of                                                the puzzle before
Secrets, the sec-       come.                                 history repeats it-
ond entry in the                                              self—if they can
series, makes                                                 stay on their feet
some improve-                                                 long enough to
ments over its predecessor and hints do it.                                                                                                                              By Peter Mountain / WARNER BROS. PICTURES
yet more good things to come.                Complicating matters are Dra-          In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) must trade his wand for a king-size Texas
    Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) has had co Malfoy (Tom Felton), Harry’s                toothpick in order to stop the latest threat against Hogwarts. The second installment of the series opens today.
a perfectly rotten summer since re- chief rival among the student body;
turning from his first year of wizard Draco’s father Lucius (Jason Isaacs),         get their hands on the facts?                around, things look and feel more        since last year, physically and other-
training at the Hogwarts School. who could write a book on back-                        Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s          broken in—especially the Quidditch       wise. Harry is more confident, Ron
His aunt and uncle have been as stabbing; and Gilderoy Lockhart                     Stone, the wizard’s 2001 film debut,         stadium, both above and below            a bit less clownish, Hermione not as
awful to him as always, he hasn’t (Kenneth Branagh), a limelight-lov-               was a good enough piece of work,             ground, and the the Weasley fami-        uptight, and Draco even more of a
gotten any letters from his friends, ing new professor who takes an in-             but it felt a bit new and stiff in terms     ly’s crazy-quilt house.                  snake in the grass.
and to top it off, this mangy little elf stant shine to Harry. Which one            of both the young stars’ performances            One earful is enough to prove
keeps telling him to drop out if he knows what, and how will the trio               and the set appearances. This time           that the kids have grown a fair bit      See Potter, page 20


DMB’s live album beats studio version Cowboy Mouth, an “insane”
                                                                                                                                   group, rocks at the Roxy
                                                                                                                                   By Lauren Bell                         Fred LeBlanc, John Thomas Grif-
                                                                                                                                   Contributing Writer                    fith, Paul Sanchez, and Rob Sa-
                                                                                                                                                                          voy, and was started in the French
                                                                                                                                       Last Thursday I was very for-      Quarter of New Orleans, Loui-
                                                                                                                                   tunate to experience the band          siana. All four men are lead sing-
                                                                                                                                   known to all as Cowboy Mouth,          ers, front men, and songwriters.
                                                                                                                                   and when I say experience, I mean      Each member has fronted other
                                                                                                                                   experience. Like any good news         bands before and this collabora-
                                                                                                                                   reporter, I made the appropriate       tion of leaders is evident in their
                                                                                                                                   arrangements to meet before the        stage presence.
                                                                                                                                   show, which of course fell through,        Their purpose as a band, ac-
                                                                                                                                   by no fault but my own.                cording to their website, is to
                                                                                                                                       So I did the next best thing,      celebrate life and teach their fans
                                                                                                                                   besides coming up with a good          to appreciate good times. Now
                                                                                                                                   apology for the band members,          what I saw is that as soon as John
                                                                                                                                   and consulted the website. After       (guitar), Paul (guitar), Rob (bass
                                                                                                                                   listening to a few songs and jot-      guitar), and Fred (drums), en-
                                                                                                                                   ting down some fun website facts,      tered the stage, the fans inside
                                                                                                                                   I thought I would be prepared          the cozy concert hall at the Roxy
                                                                                                                                   for the evening ahead. Now here’s      went wild. They began to play
                                                                                                                                   the funny part that proves once        and did not stop, not even for a
                                                                                                                                   again that my life is just one huge    moment, for the next two hours.
                                                                                                 Photo courtesy of RCA Records     practical joke: the band mem-          Each member took turns sing-
Dave Matthews Band’s new live album is a recording of a concert performed in the summer of 2001 to promote                         bers are actually insane.              ing, telling stories, playing solos,
their album Everyday. However, Live at Folsom Field includes songs from various Dave Matthews Band albums.                             Now normally I would have          and mostly leading the crowd in
                                                                                                                                   no problems with this situation        a giant pep rally.
By Pete Mocker                            concert in Boulder, Colorado—the          der campus, was in support of the              being that most people that I am           After the first song, Fred, the
Contributing Writer                       choice recording picked to be Dave        band’s 2001 release Everyday. The              related to or hang out with are        loudest member of the group,
                                          Matthews Band’s newest live album,        album was well received by critics,            very much insane but attempt-          expressed to the audience that
Artist: Dave Matthews Band                Live at Folsom Field. These lyrics        but seemed to have had a complete-             ing to interview someone in this       he wanted us to pretend like we
Album: Live at Folsom Field, Boul-        make up the first line of the group’s     ly opposite effect on the legions of           state proves very difficult. Well,     were “five years old, our mom is
der, Colorado                             1998 hit “Don’t Drink the Water,”         Dave Matthews Band fans. Perhaps               whatever the story, sane or in-        not home, we’re jumping on the
Label: RCA Records                        but they could just as easily be a        rightfully expecting more of the               sane, Cowboy Mouth throws one          bed, and we’re naked.” After that,
                                          calling to the engaging renditions        band’s trademark extended jams and             heck of a concert.                     of course, everyone went crazy.
    “Come out, come out, no use in        of the songs to follow thereafter.        acoustic fare, many avid DMB lis-                  Cowboy Mouth, called “The
hiding,” Dave Matthews gruffs out             The Folsom Field concert, held                                                       Mouth” by fans, is composed of         See Cowboy, page 21
as he begins his band’s summer 2001       last July on the University of Boul-      See DMB, page 21
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                                                                                                                                                                     Most of the choices (like a “death-
                                                                              Potter                                                            from page 19      day” party for Nearly Headless Nick,
                                                                                                                                                                  the flip-top-headed ghost played by
                                                                                  There are still moments that seem     right into the dark and fun stuff.        John Cleese) are good. The removal
                                                                              forced, most notably a scene in which     The occasional jolt of adrenaline         of an early scene in a dark-magic
                                                                              Harry and Ron go undercover in an         doesn’t hurt either, and a big one        shop makes the end seem a bit dis-
                                                                              attempt to find out what Draco            comes during Harry’s and Draco’s          jointed, though.
                                                                              knows about the attacks on students.      first Quidditch face-off. A crazed           Audiences won’t see Harry’s third
                                                                              Fortunately, the clunkers are fewer       ball gets loose and charges Harry,        year at Hogwarts until 2004. No
                                                                              and farther between now.                  forcing both boys to fly their brooms     doubt the cast will have grown even
                                                                                  The movie keeps steadily build-       around and under the stadium’s            more, and it’s anyone’s guess who
                                                                              ing steam even through these points,      stands in a combination NASCAR            will replace Harris as Dumbledore.
                                                                              thanks to the script’s pacing and         race and pinball game from hell.          Whatever may happen in the fu-
                                                                              support from the adult characters,        Too bad the Nimbus models don’t           ture, the present looks pretty bright
                                                                              including Lockhart, Lucius, potions       come with seat belts!                     for fans of Rowling’s work.
                                                                              teacher Severus Snape (Alan Rick-             A major criticism against Sorcer-
                                                                              man), and headmaster Albus Dumb-          er’s Stone was that it stuck too close-   The Verdict: The second film in
                                                                              ledore (the late Richard Harris).         ly to Rowling’s book, working in          the Harry Potter series makes im-
                                                                                  Where Sorcerer’s Stone took a while   nearly all the material. Chamber of       provements upon the first and takes
                                  By Peter Mountain / WARNER BROS. PICTURES   to find its footing due to all the        Secrets does a better job in this re-     a darker, action-oriented approach.
(L to R) Professors McGonagall (Maggie Smith), Sprout (Miriam                 background that had to be estab-          spect; a number of scenes that were       It’s sure to please everyone and leave
Margolyes), Dumbledore (Richard Harris), and Snape (Alan Rickman).            lished, Chamber of Secrets can get        more or less incidental are out.          audiences eager to see the next one.
                                                                                               ENTERTAINMENT                                                  Technique • Friday, November15, 2002 • 21

                                                                                                                                 (the previously nagging chorus, “Why     songs that were originally bound in
Cowboy                                                             from page 19        DMB                     from page 19
                                                                                                                                 do I beg like a child for your candy?”
                                                                                                                                 is actually passable here), but even-
                                                                                                                                                                          the Lillywhite Sessions but found re-
                                                                                                                                                                          lease with this year’s Busted Stuff
                                                                                       teners were appalled by the depar-        tually falls flat on its face when the   album. “Bartender” and “Big Eyed
                                                                                       ture from longtime producer Steve         band leaves the backup singers to        Fish” are truly enjoyable live.
                                                                                       Lillywhite and the subsequent ar-         handle things for the uncomfort-             Elsewhere on the album, such
                                                                                       rival of pop guru Glen Ballard for        able final six minutes of the song.      regulars as “Warehouse” and “Crash
                                                                                       the recording of Everyday.                    Despite this July 2001 show be-      Into Me” make their way into the
                                                                                           Fortunately for the group, Dave       ing in support of Dave Matthews          Folsom setlist. While there’s not much
                                                                                       Matthews Band has always been fa-         Band’s then-current album, the           to disappoint in these tried-and-true
                                                                                       vored for its live performances over      group’s live performance penchant        songs, seasoned listeners will find
                                                                                       the group’s work in the studio. And       wouldn’t be complete without its         nothing new. Over-redundancy with
                                                                                       if Live at Folsom Field accomplishes      share of concert classics.               prior live releases or not, Dave Mat-
                                                                                       just one task, it’s the unveiling of a        One of the stronger showings on      thews Band fans will be pleased with
                                                                                       better representation of the perceived    Folsom Field is given by “JTR,” the      the renditions of “Two Step” and
                                                                                       studio mishaps found on Everyday.         live album’s only song that was still    “Ants Marching” providing the one-
                                                                                           Early in the concert, “When the       waiting to see an official release.      two combination of an encore.
                                                                                       World Ends” hops with a fresh step,       “JTR”—short for “John the Reve-              The lone fault with Folsom Field—
                                                                                       freed from the overproduction of          lator,” an old folk tune on which        and it is a big one—might manifest
                                                                                       its studio incarnation. “We will rise     the song was loosely based before        itself in the question, “Is another
                                                                                       as the buildings crumble / We’ll                                                   version of ‘Watchtower’ really nec-
                                                                                       float there and watch it all,” Mat-                                                essary?” The fact that some of the
                                                                                       thews quips in the morbid love tune.                                               relatively older songs in the DMB
                                                                                       The dreary “If I Had It All” also          If Live at Folsom Field                 catalogue that appear on this record
                                                                                       receives a new treatment, with a                                                   (such as “Warehouse” and Bob Dy-
                                                                                       mellow jazz infusion courtesy of sax-      accomplishes just one                   lan’s “All Along the Watchtower”)
                                                        Photo courtesy of Skye Media
                                                                                       ophonist LeRoi Moore.                      task, it’s the unveiling                have, in some cases, appeared on six
                                                                                           Having become a strong bastion                                                 or more official releases from Dave
(L to R) Paul Sanchez, Fred LeBlanc, Rob Savoy, and John Thomas Griffith               in Dave Matthews Band’s setlists           of a better                             Matthews Band brings into ques-
make up the band Cowboy Mouth, which played at the Roxy last week.                     since its conception on the Everyday       representation of the                   tion the group’s policy on choosing
                                                                                       album, the powerful “What You Are”                                                 which concerts are to be released.
    Throughout the entire show I          their hometown of New Orleans.               retains its edge. Guest keyboardist        perceived studio                            In fact, to accommodate for the
began to feel like I was taking part in   Cowboy Mouth takes great pride in            Butch Taylor adds a welcome twist          mishaps on Everyday.                    concert’s filming for a concurrent
one of those religious revivals that      their Cajun roots that adds spice to         to the song’s extended live intro-                                                 video release, the Live at Folsom Field
are on TV. Actually, now that I           their catchy tunes. Songs like “Hur-         duction.                                                                           show was destined to be released—
think about it, there was a short         ricane Party” and “Louisiana Low-                Also a recurring staple in the                                                 even before the concert was held.
segment of the concert when the           down” set a definite bayou mood.             group’s selection of songs, “Every-       evolving into its current form—was       For a band whose practices are steeped
band had the entire audience sing-            The opening act for the show             day”—complete with its fusion with        one of the anchoring tracks on the       with impromptu jams and whose
ing “Ah-Men” at the top of our            was an up-and-coming band named              the classic Dave Matthews Band tune       Lillywhite Sessions, the unofficially    live concert annals contain such a
lungs. Shortly after that, everyone       Tom’s House. And I’m certain that            “#36”—has quickly become a fa-            titled studio recordings that Mat-       large selection of shows from which
in the auditorium squatted on the         the name is Tom’s House because              vorite with fans. The choruses from       thews & Co. put together in the          to choose (see Live at Red Rocks
ground until we were instructed to        they told the audience about three           the conjoined songs have even formed      spring of 2000 with Steve Lillywhite.    8.15.95, the 1997 release of one of
jump up and down and once again           billion times during their short per-        one hybrid chorus: “Honey, honey              These recorded songs, some of        the band’s best live outings up to
“go crazy.”                               formance. They played some pretty            / Pick me up, love / Come and dance       which still remain unfinished after      that time), the pre-selection of the
    Throughout this maniacal may-         catchy songs and shared the stage a          with me / Everyday,” Matthews re-         the debut of 2002’s Busted Stuff,        Folsom Field concert seems to be
hem the band members threw enough         few times with the members of Cow-           peats during the song’s concluding        were eventually tucked away in fa-       eerily against the Dave Matthews
equipment in the audience it seemed       boy Mouth.                                   jam session, with help from the band’s    vor of recording new material for        Band’s style.
that each ticket holder could have            All in all, the Cowboy Mouth             backup singers.                           what would become the Everyday
formed his or her own music group.        concert was awesome, probably one                Not all of the material from Ev-      album. Regardless, “JTR” still shines    The Verdict: This concert was not
A very large woman tackled my date        of the best I’ve ever been to or ever        eryday enjoys such success. “I Did        live: “I can only swear, like angels     the prime choice for a Dave Mat-
as they both dove for a drumstick.        will go to. I will definitely go see         It,” whose gritty electric guitar riffs   you came down / To wake me now           thews Band live album, but the group
They both came out with minor             them the next time they come to              never fail to induce toe tapping, still   from a dreamless sleep,” Matthews        does not fail to live up to its reputa-
injuries, and I am now the owner of       Atlanta. I mean sure, maybe they             comes up stale in concert. The blues-     sings amidst the light ambience of       tion. Live at Folsom Field is still a
the prize.                                are a little crazy in the head, but          laced “Angel” becomes a bit more          the twelve-string guitar.                good selection for anyone seeking
    Another passion of the band is        then again I guess I am too.                 tolerable than its studio rendition           Folsom Field also features other     out a new live album.
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                      ...Two Bits
...101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101...
   If you’ve never sat at a blackjack     it is...when you’re totally twitching   periences on my trip was playing          ed Tunica. If I could have seen him     with the naming. That was up to
table with a drunk, rich woman from       to gamble, who needs Vegas? After       blackjack. Admittedly, this trip was      perform, I do believe my life would     older members of Clan Two Bits.
Arkansas, I highly suggest you do.        all, Tunica has ten casinos, an out-    my first time ever gambling in a          be perfect now. Growing up, my               However, I have to be honest.
   In general, when you’re think-         let mall, and a cotton field. That      casino. The only time I went to           family affectionately referred to him   Gambling, while amusing, was hardly
ing about things to add to that life-     makes it a world class resort com-      Vegas was a family trip, and I was        as “Groin Man,” because he sang so      the highlight of my trip. In case
time to-do list, playing blackjack                                                far too young to gamble                                                           you’re not a rural, northeastern Mis-
with a drunk, rich woman from                                                     legally...Vegas, nice family town!                                                sissippi buff, you should know that
Arkansas is probably not in your                                                      While I was making my conser-                                                 Tunica is only a half-hour’s drive
top five things...possibly not in your     If there are two things                vative one-chip bets with the five-        My family...referred to                from Memphis. That city is cool for
top 100,000, but let me assure you         that are well known                    dollar chips, there was a woman            [Michael Bolton] as                    two great reasons.
that it’s a worthwhile thing to see. If                                           from Arkansas at my table, throw-                                                      First off, it is the home of The
there are two things that are well         for class, they would                  ing down lots of bourbon and lots          ‘Groin Man’ because                    King. Graceland is one of the most
known for class, they would have to        have to be gambling                    of money. “What you doin’, ya dum          he...sounded like he                   amazing places I’ve ever been. If
be gambling and the great state of                                                sum bitch?” she would shout as he                                                 you think that Elvis Presley had an
Arkansas.                                  and the great state of                 snapped up her hundred-dollar chips        was being kicked in                    amazing fashion sense in what he
   By now, you’ve probably come            Arkansas.                              with a cackle. At least he was a com-      his manstuffs.                         wore, you should see the brilliant
to know of the Two Bits man as an                                                 pellingly honest dealer. “I’m taking                                              décor he assembled for his home.
infinite resource of panache in blasé                                             your money, ma’am.”                                                               Complete with shag carpets, jungle
world, and that’s why I recently trav-                                                I do regret that while I was there                                            print furniture, and stained glass
eled hundreds of miles to bring back      munity if I ever saw one.               I didn’t catch a show. The shows,         dramatically that he looked and         peacocks, it is like the cover of an
a tale of great class. That’s right          I want to go on record as saying     oh the shows! I wish I could have         sounded like he was being kicked in     Architecture Digest. Furthermore,
folks, I want to devote this week’s       that people in greater Tunica are far   taken a couple more days off my co-       his manstuffs while singing. Of         when you go to Graceland, the tour
Two Bits to the gambling town of          more interesting than people in         op job. Michael Bolton was going          course, I was a wee lad when he was     is very informative about the house
Tunica, Mississippi. Ya know how          Metro Atlanta. One of my first ex-      to perform live two days after I visit-   at his prime, so I had nothing to do    and about Elvis’s hobbies. For ex-
                                                                                                                                                                    ample, how many of you actually
                                                                                                                                                                    knew that he was a martial arts ex-
                                                                                                                                                                    pert? Still, I call some of their facts
                                                                                                                                                                    into question. Most notably, they
                                                                                                                                                                    tell about Elvis’s death in the late
                                                                                                                                                                    1970s, yet everyone knows that Elvis
                                                                                                                                                                    is really still alive.
                                                                                                                                                                         Memphis also is renowned for
                                                                                                                                                                    its blues music. Of course, I suspect
                                                                                                                                                                    that this is an excuse to have an
                                                                                                                                                                    overpriced, kitsch tourist-trap bar
                                                                                                                                                                    district where the homeless can catch
                                                                                                                                                                    the scent of a tourist like a Porta-
                                                                                                                                                                    Potty at a 96 Rock concert. Every
                                                                                                                                                                    city has a place like this. Atlanta has
                                                                                                                                                                    Buckhead. Memphis has Beale Street.
                                                                                                                                                                    Within the first ten minutes I was
                                                                                                                                                                    there, one latched onto me and started
                                                                                                                                                                    asking me where I was from. He
                                                                                                                                                                    asked my name. Naturally, I told
                                                                                                                                                                    him it was Felipe. His name was
                                                                                                                                                                    Mike. “So Felipe, where ya from?” I
                                                                                                                                                                    made the tragic blunder of telling
                                                                                                                                                                    him I was from Atlanta.
                                                                                                                                                                         “Felipe, you ever hear of the Rev-
                                                                                                                                                                    erend Martin Luther King, Jr.?” Can’t
                                                                                                                                                                    ya just feel the love? I mean he’s
                                                                                                                                                                    heard of MLK. I’ve heard of MLK.
                                                                                                                                                                    It’s like we’ve been pals for years...pals
                                                                                                                                                                    who grew up in Atlanta!
                                                                                                                                                                         “Mike, this may be a shocker to
                                                                                                                                                                    ya, but I actually have heard of Mar-
                                                                                                                                                                    tin Luther King, Jr.” Once parity
                                                                                                                                                                    was established that we both knew
                                                                                                                                                                    of this great man, he decided that
                                                                                                                                                                    he’d recite some of MLK’s speeches
                                                                                                                                                                    and I, in turn, should pay him.
                                                                                                                                                                         While having random strangers
                                                                                                                                                                    recite famous speeches to me is an
                                                                                                                                                                    invaluable service that I did have to
                                                                                                                                                                    think long and hard about, I re-
                                                                                                                                                                    membered that I can actually listen
                                                                                                                                                                    to MLK make MLK speeches, thanks
                                                                                                                                                                    to the majesty of recording technol-
                                                                                                                                                                    ogy and of a little thing called the
                                                                                                                                                                    Internet. Relying on my good judg-
                                                                                                                                                                    ment and thinking of my spiritual
                                                                                                                                                                    guide, Clark Howard, I opted to
                                                                                                                                                                    decline this fellow’s service.
                                                                                                                                                                         If I tell you too much about Mike,
                                                                                                                                                                    I’d just be rambling, but I would be
                                                                                                                                                                    remiss if I didn’t tell you about Mike’s
                                                                                                                                                                    other connections. When I declined
                                                                                                                                                                    the chance to hear MLK’s speeches
                                                                                                                                                                    retold, he offered to get me weed,
                                                                                                                                                                    cocaine, or a prostitute. I walked
                                                                                                                                                                    on. The moral of this story is if you
                                                                                                                                                                    are ever in Memphis and need (in
                                                                                                                                                                    Mike’s words) “some nose candy to
                                                                                                                                                                    toot,” just take a short stroll down
                                                                                                                                                                    Beale St., and he’ll surely harass you.
                                                                                                                                                                         So, that’s my spiel. I bring this
                                                                                                                                                                    travelogue to you because I know
                                                                                                                                                                    that if you ever want a nice weekend
                                                                                                                                                                    trip, exciting Mississippi is just the
                                                                                                                                                                    thing. Until next week, this is your
                                                                                                                                                                    friendly traveling Two Bits Man re-
                                                                                                                                                                    minding you that Mike has a dream.
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                                                                                                                    Technique Crossword: Back to Basics II
                              Live List                                                  By Joey Katzen
                                                                                         Staff Writer
                                                                                                                                 1    2    3              4    5      6    7    8    9    10        11   12   13   14

                                                                                                                                 15             16        17                                        18
Echo Lounge (551 Flat Shoals Rd.)            10 High (816 North Highland Ave.)           Across
                                                                                                                                 19                       20                                        21
(404) 681-3600                               (404) 873-3607                              1. Just a bit
www.echostatic.com/echolounge                www.darkhorseatlanta.com                    4. Like the Russian ruling system,      22                  23                    24                  25
11/15 One Man Army/Ann Berreta               11/15 Johnny Prophet/Three 5 Human/Ovid     pre-1917
11/16 Adamsday/Rock City Dropouts            11/16 SMO/Big Atomic/Chrome Yellow          11. XML superset                        26                                   27                  28
11/20 The Scene Creamers                     11/22 6 Against 7/Shamgod/Blue Epic         15. South African monkey
11/21 Today is the Day/All That Remains      11/23 Will Hoge/Push Stars                  17. Goings-on (var.)                              29                         30                  31
11/22 Jay Farrar/Brian Henneman              11/26 Dick Dale/Blackberry Smoke            18. Chief component of urine
                                                                                                                                 32   33                  34   35               36   37             38   39   40   41
11/23 Matt Pond PA/The Mayflies USA          11/27 XList/Flutterkick/Tanjent             19. Shirley MacLaine film: ____ la
11/27 Carbonas/The Apple Brothers            11/28 Paul Melancon/Kenny Howes             Douce                                   42                  43        44          45        46        47
                                                                                         20. Ticket-holder, at the gate
Tabernacle (152 Luckie St.)                  Star Bar (437 Moreland Ave.)                21. Popular ’80s hairstyle technique    48                  49   50                    51                            52
(404) 659-9022                               (404) 681-9018                              22. Mineworkers
www.atlantaconcerts.com/tabernacle.asp       www.starbar.net                             24. Friend or _____                     53        54   55                         56                  57   58   59
11/15 Gov’t Mule                             11/15 KINGSIZED!                            25. Jury sitters to a defendent, sup-
                                                                                                                                 60                       61          62        63        64        65
11/16 Bobby Blue Bland/Denise Lasalle        11/16 Helgas/Mota-Litas/Nowhere Squares     posedly
11/22 Janeane Garofalo                       11/20 Sonoramic Commando                    26. Store grain                                        66   67               68   69             70   71
11/24 The Strokes                            11/21 Poly Plush Cats/The Shanks            27. Fruit for Disney’s gummis
                                             11/22 Subsonics/Tommy Rivers                29. Tony’s Egyptian love interest,           72   73                  74                         75                  76   77
Variety Playhouse (1099 Euclid Ave.)         11/23 White Lights/DQE                      to friends
(404) 521-1786                               11/27 Joel Burkhart                         30. 3rd, 4th, or 5th (abbr.)            78                            79                    80
www.variety-playhouse.com                                                                31. Anger
                                                                                                                                 81                       82                    83                  84
11/16 Kim Richey                             Cotton Club (152 Luckie St.)                32. Sad
11/17 Tim Reynolds                           (404) 688-1193                              34. Kidman film “___ and Away”          85                       86                                        87
11/21 Soft Cell                              www.atlantaconcerts.com/cottonclub.asp      36. Strongly accented music (abbr)
11/22 Guy Clark                              11/17 Shai Hulud                            38. Soiree                              88                       89                                             90
11/23 Donna the Buffalo                      11/20 Eyes Adrift                           42. Ex-TV host O’Donnell
11/26 Chris Robinson’s New Earth Mud         11/21 Stereomud                             44. Electric fish
                                             11/25 The Movielife                         46. Lysol dispenser                     89. Pedantic scholar                           39. Simile connector
Smith’s Olde Bar (1580 Piedmont Ave.)        11/26 Ozomatli                              48. 12-step grp.                        90. Higher than through, poetical-             40. Antisocial one
(404) 875-1522                               11/27 The Ataris                            49. Notable quality                     ly                                             41. Without others
www.smithsoldebar.com                                                                    52. Why say ___ when it’s so easy to                                                   43. Consume
11/15 Rebirth Brass Band                     CJ’s Landing (Buckhead Ave.)                say yes?                                Down                                           45. Kissing interface
11/16 Frank Black & the Catholics            (404) 237-7657                              53. Waxy cheese                         1. Two times                                   47. Primary color, simply
11/17 Amy Palys Band/Love the Baby           www.cjslanding.com                          56. Letterbox alternative, with scan    2. 90210 producer, to pals                     50. Giant books
11/18 Blind Drive/Mary’s Eyes/Catalytic      11/15 Gareth Hornsby/Randall Kirsch         57. “They have to” to Jose              3. Syrian city                                 51. Marriage announcements
11/19 Hem/Tutupi                             11/16 Mike & Hank/Hank & Anitra             60. Footwear                            4. From that origin                            54. Jupiter satellite
11/20 Dodd Ferrelle & the Tinfoil Stars      11/21 Mike & Hank                           61. Damage                              5. Font category, for short                    55. Beirut residents
11/21 Black Goldstein/Freeloader             11/22 Wes Yoakam/Todd Wells                 63. Snatch                              6. Center St. unit                             58. Domain used in widening a road
11/22 Hot August Knights                     11/23 Mike & Hank/Chris Jones               65. Equine female                       7. Joint                                       59. Portia’s suitor
11/23 Gran Torino/The Lost Trailers          11/27 Joe Gray                              66. Yellowjacket, for instance          8. Encroachments                               62. Ship race
11/24 Graham Colton/Chuck Carrier                                                        68. Extended period                     9. React scornfully                            64. Cotton fabric
11/25 Drive/Sukimono/Doug Slam               Masquerade (695 North Ave.)                 70. Friends, to Jacques                 10. Odin’s son                                 67. Previously
11/26 To Name A Few/Kelly Hart Band          (404) 577-2007                              72. Celestial omens                     11. Id counerpart                              69. Moving ahead
11/27 Mofro/Captain Soular Cat               www.masq.com                                75. Frequently removed throat or-       12. Feminist Germaine                          71. Calendar div’s.
                                             11/15 The Donnas/Superdrag/Campfire Girls   gan                                     13. Like Santa Claus                           72. Sordid
The Earl (488 Flat Shoals Ave.)              11/16 Hot Water Music                       78. Parisian river                      14. Escapes                                    73. Egg clock
(404) 522-3950                               11/21 Bile/Nocturne/5 More Dead             79. See partner?                        16. Telescope inventor’s last name             74. Abraham’s son
www.badearl.com                              11/23 Guttermouth/Nerf Herder/1208          80. Part of CDC                         23. Concern of one diagnosed with              76. Pita plant
11/15 Kid606/Richard Devine                  11/25 DIO/Kings X/Hammerfall                81. So not cool                         AIDS (abbr)                                    77. A Separate Piece character Le-
11/16 3d5spd/American Dream/Crybaby                                                      82. Buffalo hybrid                      25. For each                                   pellier
11/21 The Yum Yum Tree/13 Ghosts             Roxy Theatre (3110 Roswell Rd.)             84. Usenet protocol                     27. Chunnel construction worker                78. Blind strip
11/22 Maserati/The Mercury Program           (404) 233-7699                              85. Convicted double-agent Ald-         28. Carmen creator                             80. Quake forerunner
11/23 Gargantua/Henious Beinfang             www.atlantaconcerts.com/roxy.asp            rich                                    32. Tubas and saxophones                       82. Accounting professional
11/27 Velvet Goldmine/Grumpy                 11/16 Saves the Day                         86. Missle type                         33. Disinclined                                83. No clue
11/28 Cat Power/A Fir-Ju Well/David Railey   11/18 Vincente Amigo                        87. Repeat again and again              35. Insurance provider
11/29 Paper Lions/The Tom Collins            11/23 Medeski, Martin & Wood                88. Rim extension in Leeds              37. Flora alternative                          Solutions on page 27

				
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