Special: Yes, we know, we want the cold weather to finally come to an end, too. (So much for spring beginning this week, right?)
Special: What are your New Year’s plans? The Persian New Year, that is – otherwise known as Nowruz. If you want to get in on this Persian party, stop by the Memorial Art Gallery (500 University Ave.) on Sunday for “Ode to Wine: A Program of Poetry, Art and Culture,”
Music: You’ve cast your votes. You’ve seen them perform. Now come on out to see who Lovin’ Cup Idol’s 2013 (300 Park Point Dr., lovincup.com) winner will be. The red carpet finale takes place tonight, so head on down and see who ultimately takes the crown.
Literary: If I had to predict a good way to spend your lunch break, I’d put our money on the free discussion of Nate Silver’s “The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail – but Some Don’t,”
Music: It’s almost like they did it on purpose! Abilene (153 Liberty Pole Way, abilenebarandlounge.com) will be celebrating its fifth anniversary tonight, which is none other than the wood anniversary. Who will be playing? Woody Pines! Music is free and kicks off at 8:30 p.m. Drink specials and prizes round off the celebrations.
Capcom’s “Monster Hunter” series is quite the behemoth. A hit series in Japan, but still somewhat under the radar in the West, “Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate” is an updated version of the 2010 Wii game “Monster Hunter Tri.”
"Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon," developed by Next Level Games (the studio behind “Punch-Out!!” for Wii, “Mario Strikers Charged”) is the sequel to 2001’s GameCube launch title, "Luigi's Mansion." Everybody's favorite green-clad plumber reluctantly returns to the spotlight after an evil entity shatters the Dark Moon, which was keeping the peaceful ghosts of Evershade Valley in check. The crazy and kooky Professor E. Gadd calls again for Luigi's aid, equipping him with the Poltergust 5000 (an upgrade from the previous titles’ Poltergust 3000), which allows him to stun, chase, and vacuum up the tricksy ghosts that are terrorizing the valley.
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