HAPPY hump day, readers. Everyone at The Courier hopes your week is flying by.
Head down to the iconic Karova Bar to enjoy some great tunes from their regular DJs from 10pm, with free entry.
Meanwhile, fresh from high rotation on radio and TV, Melbourne newcomer Emmy Bryce will play live tonight at Ballarat’s Babushka Bar.
Spending her formative years watching ’90s stars on Saturday morning television, Bryce will bring her light-ﬁlled music and bright personality along with her new single Hit the Ground to the special acoustic show.
After a successful single launch and buzz online, Bryce is set to be very busy as she hits the road in eastern Australia’s metropolitian and regional cities. A lifelong singer and performer, she has spent the last two years trying to crack the Australian music industry full-time.
Tickets for the 18+ event at Babushka Bar are $5.
Something at the cinema
Hope Springs is screening at 8.30pm
Kath and Kimderella is screening at 7.15pm and 9.10pm
The Bourne Legacy is screening at 8.45pm
Something on TV
Gruen Planet, ABC1, 8.30pm
Wil, Todd, Russel and all the Gruen gang will be back on our screens in Ballarat tonight as they run the Gruen Planet scanner across the biggest news stories of the week from around the world. This popular show cuts through the thick of the media, showing up branding, image control and spin in everything they find.
Parks and Recreation, Seven, 11.30pm
For those who are staying up a bit later, check out the hilarious comedy Parks and Recreation tonight at 11.30. Staring Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, and Rob Lowe, this single-camera, mockumentary style show follows Leslie Knope and her friends in the parks department of Pawnee, a fictional town in Indiana. In tonight's episode it's Valentines Day and Leslie decides she needs to find her best friend Ann a new man.