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          Issue date: 3/5/10 Section: Focus
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          Friday, March 5

          March has finally arrived, and spring (more importantly, spring weather) is on its way. Little Italy wants you to celebrate the new season with shopping and delicious food. The Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation (LIRC) is giving you the opportunity to enjoy the coming sunshine, with music and refreshments included. Time: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation (in Little Italy). Information: http://www.littleitalyredevelopment.org

          Saturday, March 6

          This year marks the Cleveland Institute of Art's 64th Annual Student Independent Exhibitions. If you've never attended the Student Exhibitions, prepare to be impressed. The artists are talented, innovative, and fully prepared to discuss their art with almost anybody. While the exhibit has already opened, it will only last for a couple more weeks, so try to stop by before spring break (or during, if you're in Cleveland). Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays through Thursdays and Saturdays; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays. Cost: Free. Location: Reinberger Galleries, CIA. Information: http://www.cia.edu

          Remember the days when going to the movies didn't drain your pockets? Cleveland Cinemas has found a way to lighten the load a bit with their ticket specials. This Saturday, Cedar Lee Theatre will be screening three cult classics; Pretty in Pink, The Room, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. While Pretty in Pink will play at both 9:30 p.m. and midnight, the other featured movies will both play at midnight. Reminder: don't cheat tradition and make sure to dress up for the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Time: 9:30 p.m., 12 a.m. Cost: $5, $6 with costume to Rocky Horror. Location: Cedar Lee Theatre. Information: http://www.clevelandcinemas.com

          Thursday, March 11

          This week, the Grog Shop is bringing Ted Leo and the Pharmacists as well as Title Tracks for an indie-packed night. The bands, both of which have played at The Spot within the past few semesters, are surrounded by much positive buzz. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists are on the verge of releasing their sixth full-legnth, The Brutalist Bricks and have a wide following, having held slots at major music festivals, while Title Tracks is an up-and-coming act with much talent. If you missed either of these acts when they were on campus, you wont want to miss them again at The Grog. Time: 8 p.m. Cost: $15. Location: The Grog Shop. Information: http://www.grogshop.gs

          Saturday, March 20

          The faculty at CWRU may be able to teach, but can they dance? Find out at Dancing With the CWRU Stars, a marathon dance spectacle featuring some of the most popular CWRU professorial staff. While the event is still weeks away, tickets are on sale right now at Nord, and proceeds for the event go toward Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. Time: 7 p.m. Cost: $5. Location: Veale Athletic Center. Information: http://studentaffairs.case.edu
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          • LGBT center slated to open in April
          • Make it count: a guide to the 2010 US Census
          • SEC considering proposals concerning Greek funding

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          • Questions float through AL Central
          • Seasons end with wins at Carnegie Mellon
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          • Softball team-by-team preview
          • Spartan Spotlight: John Smetona
          • Spartans return offense and gain depth
          • Students turn out for Hoop-A-Paluza
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          Opinion

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          • Defining "American" to Argentines difficult, at best
          • Editorial: A review of information accessibility
          • Revisiting Vietnam's legacy at Case Western Reserve
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          • Dressing handsomely at CWRU
          • Poets slam at UPB Poetry Jam
          • Roller-rink musical Xanadu brings disco and inferno
          • Spouse hunting
          • Step up the drama with SEC
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