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2013 Festival of Colors - Holi Celebration

The Krishna Temple will celebrate Holi, the announcement of the arrival of spring. There will be live music, yoga, mantras, dance, cuisine, and the throwing of dry colors on friend and foe alike. Countdowns & Color throws every two hours at all events. Register at

When • Saturday, March 30 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Sunday, March 31 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Where • Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple, 8628 S. Main , Spanish Fork

Tickets • $3.00;

Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Reunion Tour

Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew co-hosted Loveline from 1995 to 2005, providing a decade of hilarious love advice to listeners across the country. Fans and newcomers alike will enjoy the great stories and antics of Loveline and have the opportunity to participate in a live audience interaction with Carolla and Dr. Drew. Call 801-581-7100 for information or visit

When • Saturday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Where • Kingsbury Hall - University of Utah, 1395 E. President's Circle, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $30-$50; must 6 and older;

Fort Buenaventura Easter Rendezvous

This two-day event recreates the fur-trade era gatherings of trappers and Native Americans. The events on Saturday,March 30, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. include a Dutch oven contest, rifle shoot, kids' games, and a frying pan toss. The events on Sunday, March 31, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. include a shotgun shoot and kids' and adult canoe races.

When • Saturday, March 30, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where • Fort Buenaventure, 2450 A Ave. in Ogden

Tickets • $2 per person for ages 5 and up

Duke Johnson Photography Exhibit

Duke Johnson will present his photography of the city's night sky, Sun and the Milky Way. Visit for information.

When • Friday, March 29, through Sunday, March 31, from 9 a.m.- 7:30 p.m.

Where • Red Butte Garden and Arboretum, 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $10.00; *

Randall Lake: Landscapes & Still Lifes

Slusser Gallery will present the oil paintings Randall Lake during the March Gallery Stroll. Work by Courtney Miles Derrick, Rod Heiss, Bryan Mark Taylor, Geoff Scott, and Corinne Busby Slusser will also by displayed. Refreshments will be served. The exhibition runs March 15-April 12, 2013. Visit for information.

When • Friday, March 29 from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.,

Where • Slusser Gallery, 447 E. 100 South, Salt Lake City

Tickets • Free

John Zamudio Exhibit

The Consulate of Peru will present Latino painter, John Zamudio, whose focus is Christian paintings. A private debut and reception will be held on Thursday, March 21 at 5 p.m. The exhibit is open to the public from March 22 to April 5.

When • Friday, March 29 from 3 p.m.- 5 p.m.

Where • U.S. Translation Company, 320 W. 200 South, Salt Lake City

Tickets • Free

Fiddler on the Roof Jr.

The Hale Center Theater Orem will present Fiddler on the Roof Jr. To order tickets visit the Hale Center Theater Orem Box Office, call 801-226-8600 or visit

When • Friday, March 29 at 4:30 p.m.

Where • Hale Center Theater - Orem, 25 W. 400 North, Orem

Tickets • $6-$8 each ($2 less for children per ticket);

Ana Prvacki: Neutralize Negative Feelings

The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art will present Ana Prvacki: Neutralize Negative Feelings, an installation about etiquette. In her exhibition Neutralize Negative Feelings at UMOCA, Prvacki morphs her PSA work into a new artistic direction, historicizing the codes of imposed etiquette with the motivational sloganeering of past generations. Embroidered adages like "Happy Wife, Happy Life" are given new and more relevant meaning by updating it with current, universal situations of human folly and faux pas.

When • Friday, March 29 from 6 p.m.- 8 p.m., Saturday, March 30 from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Where • Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, 20 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City

Tickets • Free

The Scarlet Pimpernel

The Riverton Arts Council Youth Theater will present "The Scarlet Pimpernel." Reserved seat tickets are available at Peterson's Marketplace, at, or at the door one hour before each performance.

When • Friday, March 29 at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 30 at 7 p.m., Sunday, March 31 at 7 p.m.

Where • Sandra N. Lloyd Performing Arts Center, 12830 S. Redwood Road, Riverton

Tickets • $10.00; *

Spitfire Grill

Heritage Theatre will present Spitfire Grill. Percy, upon being released from prison, goes to the small town of Gillead, to find a place where she can start over again. She is taken in by Hannah, to help out at her place, the Spitfire Grill. Call for reservations daily except Tuesdays and Sundays 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at 435-723-8392. Visit for information.

When • Friday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Where • Heritage Community Theatre - Perry, 2505 S. Highway 89, Perry

Tickets • $10.00; *$9-$12;

The Comedy of Oedipus

Weber State University Department of Performing Arts presents "The Comedy of Oedipus" March 22-23, 26-30, 2013. There will be a curtain talk immediately following the March 28 performance. Tickets are available at Dee Events Center Tickets, the Browning Center Box Office, 1-801-626-7000 or or at the Browning Center Box Office beginning one hour before the performance.

When • Friday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 30 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Where • Weber State University - Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts, 3750 Harrison Blvd., Ogden

Tickets • $9-$12;

Les Miserables or A Lot Less Miserable

Desert Star Playhouse will present Les Miserables or A Lot Less Miserable, a comic version of Les Miserables. With funny songs, outrageous French accent, and lots of humor, it's fun for the whole family. Visit for information.

When • Friday, March 29 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., Saturday, March 30 at 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Where • Desert Star Playhouse, 4861 S. State St., Murray

Tickets • $18.95; *

Rose Pruning Workshop

Join us as we demystify rose pruning in this hands-on workshop designed to help you get the best out of your roses. Limited to 10 participants. Preregister at 801-581-8454 or

When • Saturday, March 30 from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Where • Red Butte Garden and Arboretum, 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $10.00; *Members are free;

Beverly Alvarez Exhibit

Charley Hafen Jewelers - Gallery will feature the oil and acrylic paintings of Beverly Alvarez. For more information visit

When • Saturday, March 3,0 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Where • Charley Hafen Jewelers Gallery, 1409 S. 900 East, Salt Lake City

Tickets • Free

International Tabletop Day

Salt Lake County Library will host International Tabletop Day, a celebration for fans of tabletop gaming. Tabletop gaming promotes increased communication, team work, planning and is an excellent stress relieving activity for all ages. Call 801-943-4636 for information.

When • Saturday, March 30 from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Where • Viridian Event Center, 1825 W. 8030 South, West Jordan

Tickets • Free

Peaceful Uprising's Climate Justice Bold School: Basic Organizing Skills

Join Peaceful Uprising on March 30th for the 4th session of our Climate Justice Bold School (a year of empowering effective agents of change). This day long workshop will focus on basic grassroots organizing skills. For more information and to RSVP, visit:

When • Saturday, March 30 from 10:30 a.m.- 4p.m.

Where • First Unitarian Church, 569 S. 1300 East, Salt Lake City

Tickets •

Philip Buller Exhibit

Julie Nester Gallery will present Philip Buller's "Looking Back," a retrospect of paintings. The exhibition will consist of a series of new paintings and a selection of paintings from the last 10 years. The opening reception will be March 29, 5:30- 8 p.m. The exhibit will go through April 25, 2013.

When • Friday, March 29, through Sunday, March 31, from 10:30 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Where • Julie Nester Gallery, 1280 Iron Horse Drive, Park City

Tickets • Free

Geocaching Basics

Geocaching brings the thrill of the hunt to your smartphone or GPS device as you search for real world caches that may be hidden in your neighborhood, local park or in any number of places throughout the state. The following week we will return to the classroom to cover more advanced caching skills and GSAK, the Geocaching Swiss Army Knife. Students need to provide their own GPS device or smartphone. To register, call 801-587-5433 or visit

When • Saturday, March 30 from 1 p.m.- 3p.m.

Where • University of Utah Continuing Education Annex, 1901 E. South Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $69.00;

Night at the Casbah

Sugar Space will be transformed into an exotic Oasis as Yasamina and friends present an evening of danse orientale.

When • Saturday, March 30 at 8 p.m.

Where • Sugar Space Studio for the Arts, 616 E. Wilmington Ave., Salt Lake City

Tickets • $10.00; $12 at the door;

James Burnes Sculpture

Featured artist James Burnes has installed a public artwork in downtown Park City, Utah. "Flaco,' created in 2010, is a life-sized horse sculpture, created with CorTen steel and wood, and sealed to protect the artwork from elemental decay.

When • Friday, March 29 from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m., Saturday, March 30 from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m., Sunday, March 31 from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Where • Gallery MAR, 436 Main St., Park City

Tickets • Free

"8" - Putting Fear And Prejudice On Trial

Based on the events surrounding California's Proposition 8, SVUUS will sponsor readings of this new docudrama by Dustin Lance Black. This reading will be presented by students and alumni from Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University.

When • Sunday, March 31 from 7:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m.

Where • South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society, 6876 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City

Tickets • Free

MUSIC • Listings by David Burger

The Joy Formidable

Most sensible people avoid Maine in the winter. But, for some reason, Welsh pop-rock band The Joy Formidable decided to record much of its most recent album there. Frontwoman Ritzy Bryan said a previous tour had ended in Maine, so they were able to spend a few days exploring The Pine Tree State. "We absolutely fell in love," she said in a phone interview. "Call us crazy." (I will, but respectfully.) They returned to the United Kingdom, and when it came time to record songs they have written during that tour, they came to Maine to make the record, with finishing touches done later in London. Like Bono, Bryan is obsessed with the United States, developing a strong interest in Indian culture and mythology that reminds her of home. "We were definitely connected to where we grew up, with stories and myths and legends and the natural world" she said. The album was released in January, and the shoegazing-inspired band is touring the world, relieving Bryan of needing a flat. She currently has no home address. "It's not tragic homelessness," she said. "We want to cover a lot of ground. I'm embracing the nomadic lifestyle. The only thing I miss is my record collection." Guards and Fort Lean are also on the bill.

When • Friday, March 29, at 8:30 p.m.

Where • Urban Lounge, 241 S. 500 East, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $18 at 24Tix


The last time pop singer-songwriter Mika performed in Salt Lake City, he and his band made it here in one piece, but their instruments were stuck in transit as a snowstorm raged. He ended up delivering an acoustic set, and in a recent phone interview, he said, "Still, to this day, it was one of my favorite shows ever." The 29-year-old singer with one of the most flexible ranges you will ever hear from a pop singer was born in Beirut to a Lebanese mother and an American father, and was raised in Paris and London. However, the American blood that flows in his veins still resonates, he said. "I am extremely proud of it," he said. "America is the only place where I am embraced for [my diversity]. Where else am I going to feel [at] home?" In addition, he said he is a leftist, and he sees that streak in many Americans. MIka's most recent album is 2012's "The Origins of Love," his third, and while it didn't yield any American hit singles like his prior hits "Grace Kelly" and "Love Today," it is a near-perfect example of top-shelf pop craftsmanship. "I had a real desire to sound symphonic but not busy," he said. "I like to explore things to their limit." Also writing, he is working on his next record, which he said is "quite Billy Joel-esque," a simple, acoustic album. But, then again, he is incapable of recording something simplistic.

When • Saturday, March 30, at 8 p.m.

Where • In The Venue, 579 W. 200 South, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $29.50 in advance, $35 day of, at SmithsTix

The Wild Feathers

Kip Moore headlines this good ol' fashioned country show, but be sure to arrive early to check out The Wild Feathers, who don't fit into the mold of what an ol' fashioned country band is supposed to sound like. Take the song "Backwoods Company," which features riffs and axes that typically you see at hard-rock shows. "Calling ourself a country band and playing that doesn't make much sense," said one of four frontmen for the Nashville band, Ricky Young, in a phone interview. "We're a rock 'n' roll band." Most of the band is made up of Texans who formed a foursome in Nashville when the quartet realized the power and talents that four song-writers and singers could harness when working together. With Joel King, Taylor Burns and Preston Wimberly joining him, the band straddles the line between country and rock, with narratives that sound like hard-luck country songs but with four-part vocal harmonies and guitars adding an edge. The band just finished up playing at South by Southwest, though even Young can't remember how many shows they played while in Austin. "I lost count after 12 or 13," he said.

When • Saturday, March 30, at 9 p.m.

Where • The Depot, 400 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $20 in advance, $25 day of, at SmithsTix

Janiva Magness

Nominated for five 2013 Blues Music Awards, including the coveted B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year Award, Janiva Magness believes that suffering — and that catharsis — are integral to the blues. "It seems that, in my experience, people aren't drawn the blues, and rhythm and blues, without having some sort of scars," the 56-year-old singer said in a phone interview. "The entire community — the audience, the performer, the talent buyer — seems to be made up of people who have been scarred, and seek healing." Magness has suffered in her life, from having both of her parents commit suicide early in her life, and becoming pregnant while still in her teens. Even 2011, a break-through year for Magness in terms of commercial and critical success, was difficult — she buried eight important people in her life that year alone. But performing, Magness said, is "transformational for me ... Have I had healing? You're damn right."

When • Saturday, March 30, at 8 p.m.

Where • Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., Park City

Tickets • $15 to $30 at


The minimalist "slowcore" trio Low is led by the husband-and-wife team of Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker, and has always drawn heavy crowds in Utah because they are not only members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints but also Sparhawk lived in Utah until he was 11, and he went to BYU for a year before going home to Minnesota and marrying his fourth-grade sweetheart. "I converted when I was 22," Parker said in a phine interview. Obviously, no one would pay much attention to Low if it was garbage, but luckily for fans, it is not the case, with "The Invisible Way" being released to acclaim earlier this year. It was produced by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and recorded at Wilco's Chicago studio, and Parker said Tweedy brought out the best of the band. "We've opened for [Wilco] once or twice over the years," Parker said. "We thought he would bring in a new aesthetic. He wouldn't steer us too crazy." Being on tour helps the couple see more of each other, for when they're home they operate on different schedules because of child-rearing. "I wake up early with the kids, and he sleeps late," Parker said of her hubby. Sounds about right.

When • Saturday, March 30, at 8 p.m.

Where • Velour Live Music Gallery,135 North University Ave., Provo

Tickets • $18 in advance, $20 day of, at 24Tix

Toubab Krewe

The North Carolina-raised band is one of the most accomplished American bands that performs Afro-beat, blending American roots music with the roots music of Mali and West Africa. Originally from New York, percussionist Luke Quranta said in a phone interview that even as a teenager, he was drawn to African percussion and its musical traditions more so than the pimped-out drum kits fellow musicians favored. He found kindred spirits in North Carolina, and instead of simply replicating what they heard on records, the nascent band traveled to Guinea, Ivory Coast and Mali to study their instruments under the tutelage of masters. "It really grabbed us," Quranta said, who is at home on the African drum djembe. Many of the other members of the group had grown up playing Appalachian bluegrass, and once they saw music from Mali, they realized the lineage of the music they played could be traced back to Africa. "It really changed all of us," Quranta said of trips to Africa. "There's a lot of common ground." Holy Water Buffalo opens.

When • Sunday, March 31, at 8 p.m.

Where • The State Room, 638 S. State St., Salt Lake City

Tickets • $16 at

Lorin Walker Madsen

The country musician will perform with The North Valley, Matthew Nanes, The Roe & Spenser Revue.

When • Friday, March 29, at 7 p.m.

Where • Kilby Court, 741 S. Kilby Court, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $7 at


Swedish glam rockers bring their Savage Playground World Tour to Salt Lake with guests Crucified Barbara, Snakeskyn Whiskey, Corvid and Radiata.

When • Friday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Where • Liquid Joe's, 1249 E. 3300 South, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $7.00, advance, $10 day of;


This local five-piece has won fans the country over with their take on indie rock. Mideau will open tonight's show.

When • Friday, March 29, at 8 p.m.

Where • Velour Live Music Gallery, 135 N. University Ave., Provo

Tickets • $8 at

Rosie and The Ramblers

After a stint at SXSW, the country-rockers are stopping in Salt Lake.

When • Friday, March 29, at 8 p.m.

Where • The Garage, 1199 N. Beck Street, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $5 at


The California-based reggae band returns to Salt Lake with special guests J Boog and Hot Rain.

When • Friday, March 29, at 8:30 p.m.

Where • The Depot, 400 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City

Tickets • $22.50, advance, $25 day of; at


The Hawaiian-born songstress' sound can be described as acoustic soul, pop, rap and reggae all rolled into one. Justin Young will open.

When • Saturday, March 30 at, 9:30 p.m.

Where • Bar Deluxe, 666 S. State St., Salt Lake City

Tickets • $10, advance, $15 day of; at

Stress Free Tour

The includes hip hop musicians Pep Love & Opio, Equipto, Michael Marshall, Z-Man of One Block Radius, L'Roneous and Otayo Dubb and MC Burnell Washburn.

When • Sunday, March 31 at, 8:30 p.m.

Where • Kamikazes, 2408 Adams Ave., Ogden

Tickets • $10, advance, $15 day of;

MOVIES • By Sean P. Means

Easter weekend serves up idiotic action and a sci-fi romance.

"G.I. Joe: Retaliation" brings back the Hasbro-inspired action franchise, this time taken over by Dwayne Johnson as the aptly named Roadblock, who has to lead the remaining Joes when an ambush decimates their ranks (and kills of Channing Tatum, the star of the last "G.I. Joe"). Betrayed and framed, the Joes figure out that the President (Jonathan Pryce) is actually an imposter working for the evil Cobra Commander, who has devised an evil plot to conquer the world. The action is frequent and chaotic, but presented without the over-the-top silliness that would make all the shooting and fighting any fun.

"The Host" is a sleek sci-fi romance, in which director-writer Andrew Niccol ("Gattaca," "In Time") puts a smart, glossy spin on "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer's alien-invasion tale. Meyer's story is set in a near future when aliens have taken over the Earth — and cleaned up all of our problems — by inhabiting the bodies of humans. Melanie (Saoirse Ronan) is one of the few remaining humans, until she's caught and infected by an alien "soul." But Melanie stays tough, fighting her alien usurper from within. There's a silly teen romance (this is Stephenie Meyer, after all) but the sci-fi elements and the strong cast make for a better movie than you'd expect. (Read this interview with Meyer, which discusses how "Twilight" fans might react to Meyer's other work.)

The other studio movie this week is "Tyler Perry's Temptation," a drama about a relationship expert (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) who is lured away from her husband (Lance Gross) by a suave billionaire (Robbie Jones). It was not screened for Utah critics.

The best movie of the week is "The Gatekeepers," director Dror Moreh's Oscar-nominated documentary that examines the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through interviews with six former leaders of Shin Bet, Israel's secret service. The six men talk about their work fighting terrorism, and how seeking security often brought more problems. It's an eye-opening look at recent history, as well as a look at spycraft and political maneuvering.

"Like Someone in Love" is a thoughtful character study from Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, set in modern Tokyo and centering on a call girl (Rin Takanashi) who is befriended by an elderly scholar (Tadashi Okuno). Kiarostami's ear for quiet moments, and his eye for Tokyo's colorful urban chaos, make for an absorbing story.

Lastly, there's "On the Road," a dull adaptation of Jack Kerouac's acclaimed novel. Sam Riley and Garrett Hedlund play Kerouac's semi-autobiographical narrator Sal Paradise and his charismatic buddy Dean Moriarty — but their performances are pale compared to the supporting players, including Kristen Stewart as Dean's sultry teen wife Marylou. (Yes, Kristen Stewart can do sultry. Who knew?)


It's a big weekend for sports on TV. Not only does the NCAA men's basketball tournament continue, but the Utah Jazz, Real Salt Lake, Utah Blaze and Utah Grizzlies all will be televised.

Friday on TV ...

NCAA men's basketball tournament: Louisville vs. Oregon (5 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2); Michigan vs. Kansas (5:30 p.m., TBS); Duke vs. Michigan State (7:30 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2); Florida vs. Florida Gulf Coast (8 p.m., TBS)

NBA (5:30 p.m. ROOT): Utah Jazz at Portland Trail Blazers

College baseball (6 p.m., BYUtv): Pepperdine at BYU

Happy Endings (7 and 7:30 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4): Brad's gym is struggling; Max pretends he's straight.

Fashion Star (7 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5): Contestants design clothes for hot weather.

Arena Football (7:30 p.m., Ch. 14): Arizona Rattler at Utah Blaze

Grimm (8 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5): Nick and Hank battle a murderous Wesen on the Internet.

American Masters (8 p.m., PBS/Ch. 7): Author Philip Roth is profiled.

Touch (8 p.m., Fox/Ch. 13): Martin discovers the man he's tracking is on death row.

Cult (8 p.m., CW/Ch. 30): Someone slips a drug into Skye's drink.

Saturday on TV ...

NCAA men's basketball tournament: Marquette vs. Syracuse (2:30 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2); Ohio State vs. Wichita State (5 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2)

ECHL (7 p.m., Ch. 2.2): Colorado Eagles at Utah Grizzlies

MLS (7 p.m. Ch. 4): Seattle Sounders at Real Salt Lake

Orphan Black (7 and 10 p.m. BBC America): In the debut of this series, a young woman witnesses her exact double commit suicide — and assumes the dead woman's identity. But her attempt to escape her own troubles only lands her in even more difficulty.

NBA (7 p.m. ROOT): Brooklyn Nets at Utah Jazz

Men's college volleyball (8 p.m., BYUtv): USC at BYU

The New Normal (10 p.m., Ch. 30): During a Boy Scout camp-out, a father objects to David being gay and being there.

Sunday on TV ...

NCAA men's basketball tournament (noon, CBS/Ch. 2): The remaining two regional finals — featuring Friday's winners — are scheduled to tip off at 12:10 and 2:55 p.m.

60 Minutes (6 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2): New evidence that could free a man in prison for 40 years for the Pioneer Hotel fire in Tucson that killed 28 in 1970.

The Amazing Race (7 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2): The contestants try to make cows behave.

Call the Midwife (7 p.m., PBS/Ch. 7): It's Jenny's birthday, but she's worried about the safety of one of her patients.

The Walking Dead (7, 9:05 and 10:10 p.m., AMC): In the season finale, Rick and his people defend the prison as the Governor and his people attack.

Army Wives (7 and 11 p.m., Lifetime): Latasha's son is rushed to the emergency room.

The Good Wife (8 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2): A Supreme Court ruling could send Colin Sweeney to prison for life, and Alicia and Will have to argue their case with no time to prepare.

Revenge (8 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4): Emily plots to expose Victoria's secrets at the Grayson's masquerade ball.

Masterpiece Classic (8 p.m., PBS/Ch. 7): In the premiere of "Mr. Selfridge," Harry Selfridge (Jeremy Piven) goes to London and builds a new kind of retail store.

The Bible (8 p.m., History): In the finale, Jesus is crucified and resurrected.

The Client List (8 p.m., Lifetime): Riley learns that Derek is keeping a secret.

Red Widow (9 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4): Natalie disappears.

Game of Thrones (10 and 11 p.m., HBO): As the third season begins, Jon Snow meets the King Beyond the Wall; Tyrion Lannister fears his own family; and the dragons are getting bigger.

Shameless (10 p.m., Showtime): Fiona takes the kids on a camping trip.

House of Lies (11 p.m., Showtime): Marty learns privileged information about Tamara.

Californication (11:30 p.m., Showtime): Hank and Faith try to track down Atticus.

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