See & Do Planner

CL's must-do list for the week of

Thurs., Sept. 6-Wed., Sept. 12

06Aidan Delgado, a Sarasota college student-turned-U.S. army soldier-turned Buddhist-turned conscientious objector, comes to town to discuss and sign copies of his memoir, The Sutras of Abu Ghraib: Notes from a Conscientious Objector in Iraq. 7 p.m., Inkwood Books, Tampa.

07See a traditional Indian dance and paean in praise of the green goddess during Meenakshi, a Bharatanatyam solo work by New Delhi dancer/choreographer Navtej Johar. 7-8 p.m., Friday Morning Musicale and Federated Clubs Building, Tampa.

08The Artists and Writers Group hosts Ybor City's latest street festival, Deep Carnivale, which celebrates literature and writing in all its myriad forms and spotlights the talent of 60 published authors, writers, poets, songwriters and artists. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 14th Street and Palm Avenue.

09Ramona Lampell gives a personal tour of 96 folk art creations she loaned to Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art for its new exhibit, O, Appalachia: Artists of the Southern Mountains. For more info, see p 31. 1:30 p.m., Palm Harbor.

10Want to save cash that's consumed by your car? We suggest attending Preventive Car Maintenance and Gas Saving Tips, a free seminar presented by staff from Advanced Auto Parts. 7 p.m., Tarpon Springs Library, Tarpon Springs.

11Devote a few quiet moments to remembering the people who died on 9/11. Pay tribute at the City of Clearwater's memorial ceremony and concert at City Hall or the City of Safety Harbor's Freedom Walk at Veterans Park. Both begin at 6 p.m.

12Dave Matthews Band make their annual Bay area stop tonight, bringing their mainstream jams to Ford Amphitheatre and receiving reggaefied support from The Wailers. 7 p.m., Tampa.

Sept. 14-Dec. 31, Age of Armor, Florida International Museum, St. Petersburg,

Sept. 14, Heaven and Hell Tour w/Alice Cooper and Queensryche, St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa,

Sept. 15, How the West Was Wine, Tampa Theatre, downtown Tampa,

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