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The Buzz

Issue date: 11/20/09 Section: Focus
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Friday, November 20

Tonight, the Middle Eastern Cultural Association (MECA) will be hosting their fall party, or Hafleh if you're practicing your Arabic. Come support MECA and their cause by dancing to Arabic music and sampling some delicious Middle Eastern cuisine. All proceeds will go to ANERA, a charity benefiting Palestinian communities as well as families all over the Middle East facing poverty. By the end of Arab Money night, you'll be moving your hips like Shakira. Time: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Cost: $5 for Case students; $7 for community members. Location: The Spot. Info: RSVP at .php?eid=173068729503

CWRU as well as CIM/CIA has a great deal of artistic talent that cannot be showcased enough. However, a 24-hour recital is a wonderful way to hear performances by musicians across campus. Over the course of a day, groups as well as individuals will perform pieces across an eclectic mix of genres from classical to a cappella. You can actually enjoy this all-nighter without having to worry about an exam the next morning. Time: Fri. 12 p.m. to Sat. 12 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Harkness Chapel. Info: http://music.case.edu/

Saturday, November 21

Actress Brenna Lee Roth, who will be featured in the newest installment of the Twilight movies, created the idea for the Cleveland Grindhouse Film Festival to benefit her environment-friendly non-profit Growing Our Future Today. The event will feature appearances by celebrities including actress Robyn Griggs and model Lisa Neeld. Featured at the festival will be films by local filmmakers as well as a musical performance by Kent indie rock band Night Owl Elixir. The party will continue after hours at the B-Side Liquor Lounge with drink specials, a meet and greet with Lisa Neeld, and a chance to win a role in an indie film (for all you aspiring actors). Also, keep a look out for Roth's upcoming documentary "Future Fuels" to learn more about becoming green. Time: 4 p.m. Cost: $10. Location: The Grog Shop. Information: http://www.grogshop.gs/events.aspx

If 24 straight hours of music wasn't enough to satisfy you for the weekend, then the Case Western Reserve Music Department might have just enough to keep music lovers complacent. Harkness Chapel will host the semester's Percussion Ensemble concert on Saturday night and a Flute Studio Rectial Sunday afternoon. The former will feature the sounds of nearly 100 instruments while the latter will showcase many performances on one instrument. Both events will surely entertain and enlighten. Time: Percussion: Sat., 7:30 p.m. Flutes: Sun., 4 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Harkness Chapel. Info: http://music.case.edu
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