What To Do Tonight: Bust out the Darryl Worley and never forget

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Maybe I don't watch the news enough, but it seems like people aren't making as big a deal about Sept. 11 this year. That said, tonight from 9 to 11, you can do your part to "never forget" by tuning into the History Channel's documentary, 102 Minutes That Changed America, which retells the events of seven years ago through radio and TV archives. (I'm just shocked it's already been seven years.) In all seriousness, it would seem appropriate to spend some time today remembering that horrendous event and reflecting on how you could make the world a better place. Can we stop with the dreck like this, though?

If you're not into reopening old wounds, perhaps some lighter fare like MTV's Top Pop Group (9 p.m., MTV). This is basically just Making the Band with different packaging. Just please don't watch the ridiculous Hole in the Wall (8 p.m., Fox), a most horrendous game show that looks ridiculous in the worst way possible.

The best concert of the night is undoubtedly the RTFO Bandwagon/Black Swans double bill at Cafe Bourbon Street, 2216 Summit St., which will show off both the peppy and morose sides of indie folk. 10 p.m. start for this one, and probably a $5 cover to help build up some gas money for RTFO as they embark on their first tour.