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Annual nonprofit fundraising fest
Virginia heavy metal rockers
Circle Bar, 8p.m.
Classic folk troubador
Gasa Gasa, 9p.m.
Indie pop rockers open The Gates
Clarinetist makes standards new again, weekly
Maple Street Book, 6p.m.
Author reads from her latest book
CP3 Ain't Free
Chris Paul apparently prefers L.A. to La., but the NBA has other plans. Less than a week after nixing a deal that would've sent the Hornets' franchise player to the Lakers and brought Khloe Khardashian (and Lamar Odom) to New Orleans, a second deal that would made Paul a Clipper fell through today. The league, which owns the Hornets, wanted too many good players and draft picks for the all-star point guard, the Clippers said. We only have one question: Has anyone called Morris Bart yet? ESPN has coverage, Hornets 24-7 has analysis and Swarm and Sting tracks all the Twitterings.
No Zen for Phil Jackson About Headlines
New Orleans has given LA Lakers Coach Phil Jackson a heap of things to be sour about - and we're just talking about this week. First, the man who got the best out of Jordan, Shaq and Kobe was quoted in an LA paper alluding to his un-in feelings about the city via the warning, "Just don't drink the water." Then, one of his reserves was arrested for allegedly assaulting a cashier at IHOP. After Da Paper ran a front page story today going back over everything disparaging he ever said about us today, the coach was apparently pushed over the edge. So, he decided to confront the press about it.
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