This is the absolute last day to catch Oxford native John Hathorn's exhibit of recent photos, "Notes on Migration."
It's on display at the University of Mississippi's Bryant Hall Gallery. Call (662) 915-7193.
If you're Irish, you've got a couple of options.
Byhalia will hold a St. Patrick's Day parade beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday on Church Street. Call (662) 838-8127 or 838-8127.
Tupelo residents can gather at the Rib Cage, 206 Troy Street at 4 p.m. for a Mardis Gras-style parade on St. Paddy's Day. Call (662) 840-5400.
IT'S COMING UP
The singing cowboys of Riders in the Sky will perform at the Centre Club Banquet, which starts at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the BancorpSouth Center.
Centre Club members are admitted and may buy extra tickets for $10 each. Centre Club memberships are $100.
To learn more, call (662) 841-3613 or (800) 843-3375.
Listen to the Canadian blues when Ray Bonneville brings his guitar to the Executive Inn Thursday at 8 p.m.
Bonneville won the Juno award (Canadian Grammy) for best acoustic blues album of 1999.
TUPELO SCREEN SCENE
Just because Julia Roberts has an Oscar nomination, that's no reason to expect all of her movies to be Oscar-quality.
"The Mexican," showing at the Cinemark, is a case in point. It's never going to win an award, but it is a decent way to spend a couple of hours.
It stars Brad Pitt as Jerry Welbach, a man fated to be a courier for the mob. Roberts plays Sam, Jerry's neurotic and demanding girlfriend.
It's fun to watch two of today's most charismatic actors share the screen, but their time together is limited. Jerry heads to Mexico in search of a fabled gun, while Sam gets kidnapped on the road to Las Vegas by "Leroy," a pleasant assassin played by James Gandolfini.
The Daily Journal's M. Scott Morris gives it a B.
Wizard 106.7's Kelli Karlson gives it a C plus. "I wish Brad Pitt had bathed more in the movie," she said. "Other than that, it was a pretty good movie. It's a definite wait-for-video."
Disc jockey Matt Chatham also gives it a C plus. "It was pretty good," he said. "It had some good humorous moments in it, but it was pretty drawn out."
Look for movie reviews in this slot each week and listen for them each Tuesday morning on Wizard 106.7 between 8:30 and 9 a.m.