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If “Boy Band,” the reality TV singing competition that premieres Thursday on ABC, seems familiar, it’s because the same network more or less came up with the same idea with “Making The Band, which after its debut in 2000 jumped to MTV and ran in different versions over the decade that followed. But does a good idea, or a successful boy band ever really go away? Judging from the 17,000 or so grown women who lost their cool and reverted to their tween-aged selves when New Kids On The Block and Boyz II Men (and Paula Abdul as the sole non-boy band act) took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl recently, the answer then is a giddy, squeal-inducing ‘No!” which is surely the same result ABC is hoping for with “Boy Band.”.

There’s one female dancer’s dress that stands out — but that’s likely because the dress is a brilliant orange-gold, quite a contrast from the mostly muted tones of the other dresses, Odd, because Emmi’s cowboy and farmer outfits for the men are just fine, Then there’s scenic designer Kelly James Tighe’s set, Adequate, yes, but not much more than that (the “sky” backdrop floral leather ballet flats ballerinas ballerina's ballerina pumps ballerina flats ballerina shoes ballet slippers ballet sh is strangely wrinkled), There’s certainly a lot of corn growing about as high as an elephant’s eye and the interior of Jud’s shack (called The Smokehouse) has an authentic look, But Laurey’s house shakes when actors go in and out the front door and the second-story roofline seems off-kilter, There’s also little to distinguish between Laurey’s ranch, another ranch and a grove near the ranch, And what’s with little walking fences of wilted corn (or are they cornflowers?)?..

Insiders: 1-2 p.m. Feb. 25. Adults with disabilities can enjoy a laid-back setting in the library for enrichment and fun. Events vary from arts and crafts, enjoying music and dance, and playing games on the Wii. Concord Mystery Book Club: 2:30 p.m. the second Sunday of the month, and mystery lovers are invited to join the group. On Feb. 8, the discussion will be on “The Blue Hammer,” by Ross MacDonald. Concord Library Book Club: 6:30-7:45 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month. Adults gather for a book group. On Feb. 19, the discussion is on “Jane Eyre,” by Charlotte Bronte.