Originally created 08/17/99

Teen calendar



TODAY:

Mary, a new disc by Mary J. Blige, hits stores. It features appearances by Lauryn Hill, Elton John, Aretha Franklin, K-Ci and Eric Clapton.

Pearl Jam, Beck, Paul McCartney, Brian Setzer, Beastie Boys, Jimmy Buffett and Snoop Dogg are among the musicians who donated their time and talent to the third Music for Our Mother Ocean (MOM) disc, which is to be in stores today. Proceeds go to the Surfrider Foundation, an organization dedicated to preserving the world's oceans.

Languish away the last few days of summer by vegging out with videos. In stores today: Analyze This, Simply Irresistible, 200 Cigarettes and EDTV.

Middle and high school students at Westminster School start classes.

Jill Cunniff of Luscious Jackson is 33.

WEDNESDAY:

At 8 p.m. you can chat with actor Giuseppe Andrews, who recently appeared in American History X, Never Been Kissed and The Other Sister, about his latest movie, Detroit Rock City. Location: AOL Live. Keyword: LIVE

Actors Christian Slater and Edward Norton both hit the big 3-0.

THURSDAY:

Students at Hillcrest Baptist School are back in class.

Friend Matthew Perry is 30.

FRIDAY:

It's the first day of school for Richmond County students and Aquinas High School.

The Source Hip-Hop Awards, featuring appearances by Janet Jackson, Will Smith, Lauryn Hill, Mike Tyson, Toronto Raptor star Vince Carter and hosts LL Cool J and TLC diva Lisa Lopes is on at 8 p.m. on WBEK-TV (Channel 67).

SATURDAY:

The U.S. Army Signal Corps band gives a free concert at 7 p.m. at the Jessye Norman Amphitheater, Riverwalk Augusta.

Liam Howlett of Prodigy is 28, and actress Alicia Witt of Cybill is 24.

MONDAY:

Columbia County kids go back to school, along with students at Augusta Christian and Augusta Preparatory Day School.