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Best Bets: Feb. 19, 2010

Film festival follow-up

BriarPatch gives you a second chance to see films focused on food and agriculture that you may have missed at the recent film festival. Tonight the film will be “Tapped,” which discusses making clean drinking water a commodity. 6:30 p.m., BriarPatch Co-op Community Room, 290 Sierra College Drive, Suite A, Grass Valley. Call (530) 272-5333 or visit

Nine-8ths Irish

CD release party, presented by The Center for the Arts World Music Series. $15 in advance; $20 at the door. 8 p.m., 314 West Main Street, Grass Valley. Call (530) 274-8384 or visit

Steve Holland guitar

Holland plays solo classical guitar and sings a wide variety of songs in Spanish, Portuguese, French and English, as well as his own original music. 6 p.m., Posh Nosh, 318 Broad Street, Nevada City. Call (530) 265-6064.

McKaig and Wilson play

Music by Maggie McKaig, Luke Wilson and friends at nevada City Classic Cafe; featuring special menu items and costumes to celebrate the Nevada City play “Cyrano de Bergerac.” 5 p.m., 216 Broad Street, Nevada City. Call (530) 470-0544 or visit

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