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eye filler: The return of POPLIFE featuring Cursive and Engine Down

While their Saturday night events at Piccadilly Gardens are scenester history, POPLIFE returned last Tuesday to sponsor a show featuring Cursive (near right, bottom right), Engine Down (far right), and Minus the Bear at the Polish American Club. Ted Stevens of Cursive performed a few heart-on-sleeve numbers from their new album, The Ugly Organ, on Saddle Creek records. LIFE is throwing a slew of upcoming events. www.epoplife.com.

April 4, 2003

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