The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 01, 2001, Image 14

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a|m Aggie Lutherans We're not perfect* Just forgiven Treehouse, Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Our Saviours Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall On College Main across from the city parking garage Page 6B THE BATTALION fA/eekmd Pw/teu) Aggieland's tradition of talent is sustained by today’s local musicians, showcased weekly at a variety of venues, Check out the Weekend Preview every Thursday for a chance to catch friends and peers on their way to stardom Thu/Uctog: CHICKEN OIL CO. Third Boor Cantina: Local high-energy melodic rock band, Exist, will perform at the Cantina with a shot of flavor described as “pleasantly tasteful but definitely not decaf." The intense musi cal groove of local band, Knowledge, will accompany the sound, beginning at 9 p.m. Cover is $5. and melodic sound of this multi-faceted group is inspired by artists ranging in genre from Tori Amos to 311. Rock band, Riverside, will travel from Waco for a guest performance. Cover is $5. for achieving that objective. Cover is $5. Big Pauly’s: At 10 p.m. the Mike Ethan Messick band will dazzle the crowd at Northgate’s Italian Pizzeria with “tex-o-centric country rock." There is no cover charge. Big Pauly’s: Texas folk and country band, Something Johnson, will perform with Northgatel favorites, 6 Bridges, at 10 p.m. There is nc| cover charge. • Delicious Hamburgers • Country Salads • Big Screen TV. • Tijuana Fries • Cold Drinks Big Pauly’s: • Acoustic singer Shane Walker will play a blend of originals and cover songs of the Texas country and blues flavor with special guest, Professor Scott Austin. The show will start at 9 p.m. There is no cover charge. Sweet Eugene's: Austin-based acoustic soloist Mike Cancellari will perform for coffee-sipping music lovers at the cafe from 9 p.m. to mid night. Cover is $1. A Place You’ll Want to Come Back To! Sun. - Thurs. 11:00 am to 10:00 pm Fri & Sat. 11:00 am to 11:00 pm 3600 S. College, Bryan (979) S46-3306 Frtzwilly’s: Local party rock band, Fireants, has been a regular on the outdoor stage for five years and will be back with its popu lar sound tonight at 9:30 p.m. There is no cover charge. Zapatos Cantina: At 9 p.m., 6 Bridges will perform on the porch stage with acoustic guitars and har monization to familiar tunes by Jack-O- Pierce and Cowboy Mouth as well as some originals. There is no cover charge. Zapatos Cantina: Show is to be announced. •STONE c1 Special Edition Ladies Night continues TONIGHT All Ladies Pay No Cover/ $ 1.00 bar drinks, pints and $ 2.00 Tap Teas ALL NIGHT LONG! Aggies vs. Raiders pay-per-view Saturday - Noon 696-5570 Designate >£• Party Safe Zapatos Cantina: Wide Open Mic Night, hosted by Chad Boyd, will begin on the porch stage at 8:30 p.m. Musicians are invited to express them selves with cover songs or originals. There is no cover charge. Tatwiday: Tiutdatj: Fuday: Third Boor Cantina: The local rock, funk and folk band, TwoSpy, will perform at 9 p.m. The energetic Third Floor Cantina: New to College Station, Adamo will play at 9 p.m. Adamo's emotional message is delivered from the platform of memorable melody and thoughtful lyrical content. One band member said that the intense priority behind their music is to make people feel by digging at something uni versal. The violin, guitar, drums, percus sion and heartfelt lyrics are Adamo’s tools IFREEUP1 your wireless Get the wireless phone, price, features and technology you want. RXl X m3 tDje Tioss TILilmttccr (Eompmro TEXAS A&M UNIVERISTY Congratulations to the newly Inducted members of the Ross Volunteer Companyfom the Class of 2003 Robert Acosta Brendan M. Kinney Matthew Adkins Jared D. Klosterman John C. Anthony Nathan K. Knowles Benjamin H. Arbour John K. Kriel Scott A. Beimer Justin V. Lee Sean P. Bell ' Justin R. Lawis Victor G. Birch Kyle Lippold Jordan A. Boyd Kenneth P. Malloy Clinton W. Bryant John R. McCall Brian R. Carter Aaron O. McNeal Bradley E. Cawyer Daniel P. Moran Jason R. Cezcctux Travis B. Nichols Cole M. Clements Phillip S. Noack Douglas A. Coppinger Joseph J. Parrish Jack E. Culberson Adam Payne Sean M. Cullen Alfred S. Pennington Riley L. Dallas Clayton T. Range Dean V. Damin James C. Rosier James W. Daniel Douglas S. Ruhl Micheal Dearing Ryan F. Schiffner Robert L. Dicus Ryan Schmitt Joshua Drinkard Travis R. Shepard Lake E. Ellis Nicholas W. Sikes Evan A. Epstein Christopher D. Snyder Michael D. Farber Matthew G. Soileau Justin I. Fountain Dustin Stewart Armando S. Garcia Danny J. Stiller Stewart O. Geise Thomas C. Stilwell Scott L. Goble Jeremiah N. Sunden Scott M. Goodman Aaron Urbanovsky Stephen B. Guillot Charles D. Use Cameron J. Gunnels John Velandia Dustin J. Hammit Tobias Vira Matthew D. Henley Richard M. Walthall Jr. Alex hJ. Jones Clifford F. Williams Brent Kinney Keith B. 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Crooked Path Ale House: At 9:30 p.m., Jay Goodin, a regular atfe I trendy ale house, will perform someclassc rock covers with a splash of original acoustic | rock. There is no cover charge. JANE HOLDEN*THE jDo not b later in yo- liscolored i llhe city legan to fl listribution he city’s livision will ponofthe s | The purpi ater syste Imount of Ines to avo Ind discol [ntire proci ake five we To minim he flushing b.m. and si fd by 6 ; norning. I tiny problen service c, Nation put bt 764-363! 1 Fa 1 r No. 24 looks tc lo Lubb VenZQnwireless For business sales, call toll-free 1.800.505.5015 VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS STORE 4©* Coliege Station 1901 Texas Avenue South, Suite A (979) 696-3112 Also available at: Equipment offers & prices may vary Lucent Technologies RadioShack VERIZON AUTHORIZED AGENTS College Station Advanced Wireless 2230 S. Texas Ave. (979) 693-8888 Bryan Bryan 800 Communications 3100 Leonard Road (979) 775-4800 T 0M0RF VERIZON PHONE MART 607 E. 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