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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
October 13, 1999

Need a little funk rock to make your day right? Well, "Left Undone" is here to make sure your appetite for music is quenched while you grab a bite to eat on the Mall this afternoon. Playing for one hour, the band will belt out its unique brand of soul, rock and funk, blending them together to form a relaxing and enjoyable combination. Currently in the middle of a nationwide tour, the natives of Chicago will also be appearing at Gentle Ben's Brewery tonight at 10 p.m. However, the lunch time fun starts at noon, so pick up your grub and swing by the UA Mall stage and see "Left Undone" perform live.

Does the thought of sleeping out in the woods scare you? According to the "Blair Witch Project," being alone in the forest should terrify you. Tonight at 7 and 9 p.m., the UAB film series brings you the "Blair Witch Project." Check out the movie that will leave you hesitant the next time you and your friends decide to venture into the forest. The movie is showing in the Social Sciences building, room 100, which is located in the basement. The price is only $2.50, so give Kate Vesely a call at 621-0768 if you want to know more about the movies being presented by the UAB.

The Lionel Rombach gallery begins the presentation of "Mass of Consumption" today at 10 a.m. A study of pop culture and the consumption of the surrounding environment, the display consists of works by John Altomare, Angie Piehl and Ryan Higa. The presentation will be at the Rombach Gallery today until Nov. 4. Hours of operation for the gallery are weekdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sundays from 1 until 4 p.m. The Lionel Rombach gallery is located in the Art building, located on the southeast corner of East Speedway Boulevard and North Park Avenue. All those searching for answers about the gallery or specifics about the display can call Julie Sasse at 626-4215.

Melissa Vito, the UA dean of students, gives her take on college life this afternoon with her lecture, "Protest, Alcohol and Community Service: Thirty Years of College Student Trends." The speech, which should last about 35 minutes, begins at 12:15 p.m. Vito's lecture takes place in the Center for Creative Photography, which is located directly north of the Harvill building. It is part of the "Building the Academic Community" series, in which a monthly special guest speaker discusses a topic of their choice. If you have any queries about this series, give Sue Robison a call at 621-4700.

Missed your chance to see the opening night yesterday? The Broadway musical "Chicago" continues its run at Centennial Hall throughout this week. Brought to you by UApresents, tickets are going for $36 to $48, with discounts being offered if you present a CatCard proving your status as a student or faculty member. "Chicago" is a crime comedy covering the link between fame and crime. Tickets are available from the Centennial Hall Box Office; either stop by or call 621-3341. The show starts tonight at 7:30 p.m. The musical will be at Centennial Hall through Oct. 17.

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