See if you can pick out Oscar
Bring it on, film fans.

Band members swear by quitting their day jobs
Members of the Charleston, S.C., band Jump, Little Children never wanted to be hard-drinking, hotel-trashing rock stars.

Standing ovations
SOUND CZECHS: The Harry Jacobs Chamber Music Society will present a concert by the Brno Chamber Orchestra and violinist Michiko Otaki at 8 tonight at the Maxwell Performing Arts Theat

See if you can pick out Oscar

Art galleries
AIKEN CENTER FOR THE ARTS: 122 Laurens St. S.W.; Lamar Dodd: A Retrospective, through April 12; recreational classes include calligraphy, painting, photography and puppetry; children 2 and older may participate in watercolors, drawing and collage; (803) 641-9094.

'God's Favorite' has fun with Job's tribulations

Concert calendar
JUMP LITTLE CHILDREN AND BIG MIGHTY: Thursday, Imperial Theatre, 749 Broad St.; all-ages show, doors open 7 p.m., music at 8; $8 in advance, $10 day of show; 722-8341.

Club calendar

Ballet troupe presents snapshot of 'Casablanca'
Everybody comes to Rick's: soldiers, sinners, jaded expatriates - and now the Augusta Ballet.

Band members swear by quitting their day jobs

Mini reviews
Movies are listed with theater location for today through Thursday. Reviews without star ratings are from critics other than Roger Ebert. Listings are subject to change. Call theaters for times.

Video watch

Ramblin' Rhodes: Country crooner still active at 83
If you are in Nashville, Tenn., early in the morning, there is a place you can go where you stand a good chance of meeting 83-year-old country legend Eddy Arnold: Cool Springs Galleria shopping mall.

Ballet troupe presents snapshot of 'Casablanca'

Club calendar
Ready for a night on the town? Here's a sampling of specials and entertainment at area nightclubs:

Standing ovations

Tastes change at Mango's
Mango's Cafe in Aiken is nothing if not adaptable. The restaurant, housed in a stately old home on Laurens Street, opened in 1995 with an emphasis on Caribbean and Jamaican food. But the owner/chef soon realized that his ethnic fare was less popular with locals than he had anticipated.

David Niven left behind wealth of watchable films

Bradberry never compromised his music
I hate having to say goodbye.

Concert calendar

'God's Favorite' has fun with Job's tribulations
In the Bible, Job withstood death, disease and despair to prove his devotion to God. His trials take up 42 chapters.

Applause calendar

David Niven left behind wealth of watchable films
David Niven, born on this day in 1910, was something of a one-trick pony. Certainly, he was never an actor in the running to play cowboys, space rangers or blue-collar toughs. But he could play David Niven, the gentrified Englishman with a roving eye and mischievous grin, better than anybody. Between 1934 and his death in 1983, Mr. Niven averaged two movies a year, each time spinning his dapper, and sometimes daffy, persona in interesting ways. So, in honor of what would have been Mr. Niven's 92nd birthday, here are some outstanding films featuring the unflappable star.

Ramblin' Rhodes: Country crooner still active at 83

Video watch
JUST OUT: Bones, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, 13 Ghosts, The Musketeer and Megiddo: The Omega Code 2

Applause calendar
SPRINGTIME MADE IN THE SOUTH: Craft show with more than 250 exhibitors 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday; Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center, 601 Seventh St.; $4.50, age 12 and younger free; (800) 683-3772.

Mini reviews

Sale of Red Sox means end of Yawkey era

New column photos remind us of passing time

Braves notebook

Perez, Bako vie for backup spot

Braves continue with annual tradition

Braves notebook

IRS has $2.3 billion in unclaimed refunds

Economists predict recession is over

Best Buy races in

Water heater switch gives low-tech help

Greenspan: recession may be near end

Business briefs

Offices planned near site of shops

Durable-goods orders rise bigger-than-expected

Tennessee looking for 11th SEC tournament title

Lady Pacers make early exit

VMI's Conley ready to show himself at SoCon tournament

Trio comes up big for Jaguars

Paine women fall in opener

Duke relaxed coming off undefeated ACC season

Paine advances in tournament

Keown leads Pacers past North Florida in overtime

Flower-show classes being offered

Some gardeners are moonstruck

Budding beauty

Jackets top Wake Forest

To learn U.S. history, just count your change

DiMarco rolls on as tour moves to frigid Florida

Tough road predicted for proposed 'major tour'

Twelve-year-old prepares to tee off in Takefuji Classic

Tiger Woods sets record as Chinese taxpayer

Lady Spartans will face Bulldogs

Four area AAAA teams are in south sectionals

Prep playoff capsules

Prep basketball scores

Lemieux expected to miss rest of season

Navy will not get airfield
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - The Department of Energy will not consider locating a practice airfield for the Navy's new attack fighters within Savannah River Site, according to a Navy spokesman.

Superstitions abound on team

Lynx road report

Senators work out spending agreement

Ex-mayor promotes race talks

People reflect as month ends

Navy will not get airfield

Across the area

Jurors to rule in home break-in

Recovery of corpses proceeds gradually

Fowl festival honors wild chickens

Senator seeks aid for black colleges

Correction

Subscriber of the day

Around town

21 sets of twins bid 'good morning' to nation

Fired director wants back pay

Around town

Residents cry foul over car-part fence

Across South Carolina

Trial begins for two men in home invasion

School renovations continue

News you can use

Authorities seek forgery suspects

Across the area

Cultural tastes

SuperSonics 98, Hawks 81

Young players need to emerge from Jordan's shadow

Jordan has surgery, could return this season

Veteran QB eager for starting job with contender

NFL considering Thursday night start to season

Madden to 'Monday Night Football'

Aikman not missing football as much as he thought

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Advice: Be present at cremation

Hydrogen dreams

Seen it all now?

Alexander Williams' schizophrenia is for real

Strike balance

Readers think mayor needs vision, not a veto

Siege by automated telemarketers makes phone a hassle

More police needed

Burning questions

Readers say justice not done for Aleta Bunch

Speak out now

Crematory operator clean, honest

Navy jets will cause bird dog capital to go to the dogs

First Friday is a boon to Augusta

IMG, CART announce partnership for Cleveland Grand Prix

State tournament starts Saturday

Canadian gold medalists pull out of world figure skating championships

Overtime

Overtime

Park begins comeback from injury

NASCAR notebook

Spotlight on Geoffrey Bodine

Ludwig, Blackburn team champs

Fishing report

Fishing tournament news

Lady Spartans will face Bulldogs
ALBANY, Ga. - Glenn Hills used a 7-0 run late in the third quarter en route to its 64-52 Class AAAA State Playoff win over Crisp County at the Albany Civic Center Thursday evening.

Victory creates believers

Spate of films put soldiers in good light

Olympics net gold for NBC

Health calendar

Dogs take revenge on Gamecocks

Bulldogs top Gamecocks in OT

Lady Gamecocks seniors leaving program winners

Gamecocks have to answer a lot of questions this spring

Man fakes robbery to avoid paying wedding bill

Odds and ends

Evidence of huge flood on Mars

Cat cloning puts fluffy face on controversial procedure

High risk of hypertension after age 55

Preventing another heart attack

Mysterious rashes nag investigators

Women misdiagnose infections

Area's hospice access widens

Trafficking via Internet a growing threat

Is zapping mail for public safety worth the cost?

Nutritionists join clients for restaurant excursions