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MOVIES: Opening Friday, "The Jonas Brothers 3D Concert Experience" (G) and "Streetfighter: The Legend of Chun Li"; March 3, "12" (PG-13, remake of courtroom drama "12 Angry Men"); March 20, "Duplicity" (PG-13, spy thriller starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owen).


NEW ON DVD: Arrived Tuesday, "The Haunting of Molly Hartley" (PG-13); coming March 21, "Twilight."


CONCERTS: Thursday/Friday, Town Ballroom, Sam Roberts Band. Thursday, Xtreme Wheels at 356 Hertel, 6 p.m., $10/$12, Psyopus, Salt the Wound, Affront the Riot, Calamity in the Sky.

Friday, Xtreme Wheels, $1 2/1 4, 5 p.m., Despised Icon, Carnifex, Beneath The Massacre, Plasmarifle, Neuraxis, What Lies Beneath.

Saturday, Xtreme Wheels, 6 p.m., No Love Lost, Guns Of Camden, Rocket Nozzle, Abominable Killer Snowmen.
March 3, Club Infinity, David Archuleta.

April 23, Town Ballroom, Snocore Tour (Static-X, Saliva, Burn Halo, and the Flood).


ON TV: Rosie O'Donnell stars as a psychiatrist treating a teenage boy who has fallen through the cracks of the foster care system in "America," based on the novel by E.R. Frank, at 9 p.m. Saturday on Lifetime. Frank also wrote "Life Is Funny" and "Wrecked."



Kick up spring with artistic style ... on your feet. New York-based artist Keren Richter teamed with Vans shoes last fall, and she's teaming up with Vans again.

Her Vans shoes, under the collection name "Wellesley," are high-tops and fit right in with the resurgence of '80s style. Two of the shoes feature the same illustration, but one has a purple and aqua color scheme with black accents; the other has brown accents over a pink and yellow-themed illustration. There's another more vibrant, '80s throwback style, which has black accents and neon colors if you're really looking to make a statement. Find the shoes for $54.95 at



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-- Tracey Willmott, Nardin

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