Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Its also the first Friday of the rest of your Calvin career, and A&Es here to help you make the most of it with our regularly-scheduled list of happenings about town.
Well start with the David Wilcox/Monk Trio show, which wont happen tonight owing to an accident. But never fear, the devoutly Christian Wilcox (a near deity in the acoustic music world, according to Performing Songwriter magazine) will play Wednesday in the FAC with Monk Trio, which features Ric Hordinski, formerly of Over the Rhine, who are near deities in the Calvin College world. The concert happens in the FAC at 8 p.m. $3 for tickets.
The inVISIBLE art exhibit (invisible art? Yeah, nevermind) continues this week with a reception tonight from 7 - 9 p.m. inVISIBLE features work by Lynn Aldrich, John Bjerklie, Guy Chase, and Kevin Newhall. Its in the Spoelhof Center Art Gallery downstairs and stays up until October 2, and those cracker-and-cheese receptions are fun.
Filmgoers: If you havent seen Citizen Kane, heres a chance. Film Arts Committee is showing Orson Welless brilliant, revolutionary, worldchanging, greatest-movie-ever-made blah blah yackety schmackety epic, in the Commons Lecture Hall Saturday night at 8 p.m. Rosebud.
They havent decided who yet, but someone will put the Cave in Cave Café next Wednesday, September 15, at 8 p.m. Cave features local and other artists in the Fish House section of Johnnys every Wednesday, with the incentive of free coffee. Cool, huh?
PromDateCarBomb, an exhibition by artist Cedar Lorca Norbye, shall continue to explode at Dynamite Gallery Project downtown at 609 Lyon Street. Dynamites hours are Thursday and Friday from 3 - 6:30 p.m., Saturday from 12 - 5 p.m., or by appointment: 235-0693.