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Issue date: 10/30/09 Section: Focus
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Friday, October 30

Tonight, Severance Hall will travel, back in time to the 1930s and 40s. The Cleveland Pops Orchestra will play music by big band and famous swing artists such as Benny Goodman, Thomas Dorsey, and Harry James. Also performing will be singer Barbara Knight and the dance duo Bobby & Brooke Wesner. If you haven't had a chance to make it to Severance Hall this year, tonight's the night. Time: 8 p.m. Cost: $19 (starting). Location: Severance Hall. Info: http://www.clevelandpops.com/press020.htm

Saturday, October 31

For over 10 years, the Film Society has shown The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Halloween along with a simultaneous live shadow cast (performed by Voyeuristic Intentions this year) acting the movie out on stage. What makes the event even more outrageous is the opportunity and encouragement to dress up as wildly as you desire. There will be two showings so put on your best "picture show" costume and get ready for the Time Warp. Time: 7 p.m. & 9 p.m. Cost: $3. Location: Strosacker Auditorium Info: http://films.case.edu/schedule.html

This year, CWRU won't be celebrating Halloween on The Farm, but will be bringing it back to campus with Halloween at Home. Free food and drinks, a costume contest, pumpkin carving, live music, and other festive activities will be available for the community to enjoy. Also, there will be an opportunity to donate items such as instant stuffing, instant mashed potatoes, and boxes of cornbread to local families for their Thanksgiving dinners. Time: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Cost: Free Location: Frieberger Field Info: http://studentaffairs.case.edu/events/halloween/

While there are countless places to go on Halloween, don't forget that the Grog Shop always knows how to party in style. Dress up and take pictures at the free photobooth, get your fortune read by a palm reader, and enjoy drink specials throughout the night while dancing to Maiden at Midnight playing favorites by Iron Maiden. Time: 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Cost: $5 w/costume, $8 without costume. Location: The Grog Shop. Info: http://www.grogshop.gs/events.aspx

Sunday, November 1

The annual Cleveland Restaurant Week will kick off this Sunday with three-course meal specials at some of the best local restaurants. The restaurants participating in this two week-long event (despite the name) are scattered all over the city, from downtown to the east and west sides. The diversity in cuisine is a big draw, appealing to all kinds of tastes. Also, some of these restaurants are normally pricey, so don't miss out on this fantastic deal. Time: See restaurant hours. Cost: $30. Location: Check website for participating restaurants. Info: www.clevelandindependents.com
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  • CWRU loses to Oberlin in first round of most vegetarian-friendly college contest
  • Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing receives $3.7 million in federal stimulus grants
  • Have you heard about National Society of Collegiate Scholars?
  • Overheard at Case
  • SEC votes to hold referendum on Media Board salaries
  • The college student's guide to credit cards
  • USG Briefs

Sports

  • Cuban is wrong on steroids
  • Suddenly swift
  • Teams kick off season at Rochester

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Maze Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • 'Home' for the holidays
  • Editorial: Campus vegetarian options don't always deliver
  • On gay rights, Constitution does not apply morality to equality
  • Rwandan genocide convicts should serve sentences in home country
  • SafeRide/campus escorts need improvement
  • Sex not a joking matter
  • State your case: What's the best way to kill a zombie?
  • US culture sets down roots in Argentina

Focus

  • Coen brothers' A Serious Man proves to be serious
  • Diaz, Marsden, Kelly speak about new morality drama, The Box
  • Hitting the Spot: Other Girls
  • Mather Dance Center assembles fall collection of dance pieces to be collectively performed as Returning
  • Nutrition: Mac 'n' cheese done healthy
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern probes questions
  • The Buzz
  • The hottest hair for 2009: dress up your tresses
  • The Starving Student Report: brief reviews of local eateries

Cross Country

  • Host Spartans finish second in conference women's race, eighth in men's

Football

  • Football Gameday: Case vs. Carnegie Mellon
  • Ground game carries Spartans to 8-0

Soccer

  • Spartans outplay, but can't outlast Emory and stay winless in UAA
  • Spartans secure winning season; team regionally ranked

Spartan Spotlight

  • Spartan Spotlight: Jenna Yaney

Worst Case Scenario

  • The stalker's futility
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