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Best dance bar
Second Chance
Best dramatic
performance
The Tempest with
Nicholas Pennell
Best local music release
Cruisin 'Ann Arbor
Worst sound production
Hair
Most promising local band
Non Fiction
Best instrumental solo
Joseph Jarman, The Art
Ensemble of Chicago
Jarman's pistol solo (six shots) made
for an explosive show.
Best concert deal
Luther Allison/MeStep 7,
East Quad Halloween
Allison played super blues in a
Superman costume to a full cafeteria at
only $2 a ticket. Good show, good sights,
good music.

Best local stage costume
Niagra (of Destroy all
Monsters)
2nd place - Phil Collins for
the bathrobe routine during his
concert
3rd place - Vanity 6
Best local guitar work
Steve Nardella
Best film co-op
Cinema Guild
Best audience landing
Iggy Pop (Halloween '82)
The art place for
Ann Arbor types
DelRio
Best apres arts for the
suave and urbane
The Patisserie
Best apres arts place for
the grassroots Ann Arbor
types
East Quad Halfass

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BEST OF ANN ARBOR,
Best local

THE LIST

Pages 4-7

Happenings

Pages 13-16

In a booming metropolis like Ann Arbor there's
bound to be a lot of "Bests." These are also the
results of the Daily's readers' poll, which brought in
hundreds of answers. Compare your own "Best" with
our favorites. Cover photos by Brian Masck

Your guide to fun times for the coming week in Ann
Arbor. Film Capsules, music previews, theater notes,
and bar dates, all listed in a handy-dandy, day-by-day
schedule. Plus a roster of local restaurants.
EXHIBITS

BEST OF ANN ARBOR __
Best University
This University can
tried to give you a tas
sity" section. A coup
students shaking their

Best sports

Pages 8-9

It's been the Best of times, and the worst of times
for Michian sports this year. With the help of the
Daily sports staff, we've compiled the cream of
Michigan athletics. And here it is...
MUSIC

Pastel portraits

Page 17

Barbara Young's "people prints" have impressed
viewers for over 20 years. Her latest experiments are
featured in a fine exhibit at the Alice Simsar gallery.
DISCS

Best Arts

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6
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Cat music

Rock, classical, thea
all and then some. Ann
the creative twings h
town, including the Ei
Itzhak Perlman, Nich
man. Plenty of local tal

Page 11

Changing times

Page 18

The Stranglers are coming! That's good news for
fans of Feline, one of the best new discs around. Also
this week, the James Newton Quartet brings creative
flute jazz to their Eclipse Jazz performance.
FILMS

The times are a changin' for music heroes Lou
Reed and Sly Stone. These veterans each have new
albums, with very different degrees of success.
FICTION CONTEST

Best local guitarist

Steve Nardella

Steve Nardella, longtime Ann Arbor rocker, is considered by many
discriminating listeners to be the area's most gifted guitarist.

Sheen reamed

Fiction forum

Page 12

Pages 20-21

BOOKS
Queen-size stoi
An inside look a
professional chess ga
the high-stakes sport
book review.

Martin Sheen does his best with a waffling script,
but Man, Woman, and Child isn't all it's cooked up to
be.

English Prof. Bill Hollinger has reviewed all the
Weekend's fiction contest entries; the winners may
surprise you.

LCOME TO THE Michigan Daily's First Annual Best of Ann
Arbor. The response to this new Daily feature has been tremendous
and I want to thank all those who took the time to fill out the ballot. The
decisions have been difficult ones and if nothing else, one can begin to ap-
preciate the large number of "Bests" in the Ann Arbor area. Special thanks
to all those who spent time giving suggestions, tabulating results, and
assisting in this monumental project. If you have any suggestions for next
year's Best of Ann Arbor, we would appreciate it if you could drop them by
the Daily.
Rob Frank
Supplement Editor

Supplement Editor............
Sales Manager................
Sales Representatives..........
Debbie Dioguardi, Eric Fried
Greene, Ingrid Halpern, Elizabeth
Tim Pryor, Jim Schoenburg,
Scott Waxenberg, Julie Winokur.
Photographers .......... .......
David Frankel, Renee Freier,
Brian Masck, Doug MaMahon
Elizabeth Scott, Jon Snow, To
Zolton.
Contributors .......................
Mare Hodges, Chuck Jaffe, J
Krell, Deborah Lewis, Susan
McGraw, Ron Pollack, Elizabeth

WeeedaAWeekend is edited and managed by students on the Weekend, (313) 763-
Vo; 1 is'23 staff of The Michigan Daily at 420 Maynard, Ann Ar- Daily, 764-0552; Circul
Magazine Editor ........................Ben Ticho bor, Michigan, 48109. It appears in the Friday edition tising, 764-0554.
Associate Editors ...................... Larry Dean of the Daily every week during the University year
Mare Hodges and is available for free at many locations around the Copyright 1983, The A
Susan Makuch campus and city.
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