Once again there's no cool concert to tell you about, although I'd much rather go see tonight's Backstreet Boys/Colbie Caillat/OneRepublic show (aka WNCI's Jingle Ball at LC Pavilion) than last night's Hannah Montana steez. It's too late to 'pologize. Too laaaaate!

The TV schedule still has a few winners on it; Pushing Daisies (8 p.m., ABC) gets a midseason A from Melissa Starker in tomorrow's paper, and you can't go wrong with Project Runway (10 p.m., Bravo).

There's also the premiere of a reality show about beauty pageants called Crowned (9 p.m., The CW) and the season finales of Kitchen Nightmares (9 p.m., Fox) and Kid Nation (8 p.m., CBS). And your last Top Model (8 p.m., The CW) of the year. (I don't know how you people do it; I can't handle that much Tyra.)

I would advise you to check out the Wexner Center's comprehensive presentation of William Wegman's work, Funney/Strange, but their gallery closes at 6 p.m. today. (Tomorrow through Saturday it stays open 'til 8.) The exhibit closes up shop soon, so make sure to get over there.

Then there's Bodies, which is still exhibiting over at Easton until January 20. That one should fit into tonight's schedule—it's open until 9 p.m.—if you can afford it at $22 per ticket.