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" RARE EUROPEAN POSTERS
- MUSIC TOUR T-SHIRTS

ROCK &
ROLL
. VINTAGE WINTER COATS
- JEWELRY & SUNGLASSES

VOLUME 7, NO. 6

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OCTOBER 14, 1988

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" BEATLES
" REM.
".TE CURE
" U2

-NOW IN STOCK-
.GRATEFUL DEAD " DEPECHE MODE
" LED ZEPPELIN " THE SMITHS
" THE DOORS " PINK FLOYD

" MS PrM
" 8O8 MARLEY
*NEW ORDER
" T.T. WARBY
AND MORE

MAGAZINE

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OPEN 7 DAYS
Visit the NEW Stairway To Heaven in East Lansing

THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Mars Needs Women and
Steve Nardella Rock 'n' Roll Trio,
Honky-tonk and rockabilly.
Saturday: The Whip,
R&B and soul.
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: Robert Jones and Matt
Watroba,
Folk and blues.
Saturday: Buskin and Batteau,
Contemporary and traditional.
THE BEAT (663-7758)
Friday: Juice,
Local rock.
Saturday: The Eels,
Local rock.

BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310)
Friday & Saturday: Suzanne
Lane and the Larry Manderville
Trio,
Jazz.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555)
Friday: Firehose and Screaming
Trees,
West Coast hard rock.
Saturday: Scott Morgan Band,
Rock 'n' roll.
Sunday: The Gay 90s.

MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080)
Friday & Saturday: Rick
Schrader.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Top-40/Progressive Dance
Party.
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party.
Sunday: Hi-NRG.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: The Kinsey
Report,
Blues.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Night.
Saturday: Club Night.

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Friday & Saturday:
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FRIDAY
"NEW CRITERIA AND AL-
GORITHMS FOR ROBUST
STABILITY OF FAMILIES
OF LINEAR SYSTEMS" -
4 p.m., Rm. 1311 EECS
Dr. Minyue Fu to speak.) l
AMERICAN MEDICAL
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FALL REGIONAL CON-
FERENCE - October 14-16,
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Theme: "Sanity in Medical
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and includes an $8 book, lunch, and
a party and covers events. For more
information call 747-9848.
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WEATHER EXTREMES -
8:30 pm, Aud. B, Angell Hall
Prof. Don Portman to speak.
SATURDAY
"CAREER DECISION
MAKING: THE STEP BE-
FORE THE JOB SEARCH"
- The University's Center for
Continuing Education of Women,
350 South Thayer (above Comer-
ica)
This four-week workshop will
meet on Wednesday nights at 7-
9:30 p.m., and registration fee is
$25. For more information call
763-7080.
ARTISTS AND ACCENTS
- 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 2670 Sequoia

Parkway
Area artists and craftpersons
display their works. Includes
student art section, gift boutique,
and food specialties. Admission
free.
SUNDAY
"SKATE WITH THE
WOLVERINES" - 12:30-
2:15 p.m., Yost Ice Arena
Family fun, autographs, and
photographs. Admission free.
IPASC - 7 p.m., the MUG
Issues affecting people of South
Asian descent to be discussed: Ideas
for activities welcome.
VISITING WRITERS SE-
RIES - 2 p.m., Founder's
Room, Alumni Center
Author Nancy Willard will read
from her work. Admission free.

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A face only a mother could love. See Page 4.

Performances
Sam Kinison: What's all the screaming about?
Film
'Accused' explores the issue of criminal solicitation.
Cover Story
Ever spent a week without a home?
Mich-ellany
Interview: Eclipse Co-coordinator Jeff Brown.1
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend. 1 4

INTERVIEW
Continued from Page 12
dance floors. Or the Horace Silver
album, it's*like the hip thing. He
can play for 5,000 people in a place
that the night before would host a
concert by like Duran Duran or
Luther Vandross. And then the next
night it's Courtney Pine. In
England, jazz has now become a
very, very hip music. That's
something that at Eclipse we're
trying to do. We're working on a
campaign so that people will equate
jazz with hip. Our new campaign
slogan is "Get hip with jazz." And
that's what we want people to do.
We're trying to stress that jazz isn't
devil's music or whatever you may
have heard. That jazz is really a hip
thing. It's hip, it's hop, it's
happening. And it'll get you to
dance, and it'll get you to groove. If

anybody wants to go see Courtney
Pine, then go see that show. You're
guaranteed to do a little toe-tappin'.
W: Let's see, you discussed the
lecture series on women and jazz as
one of the educational things that
Eclipse does, what other sorts of
educational programs does Eclipse
povide?
B: Usually with the concerts we
provide a workshop. Which is an
informal opportunity for people in
the community, whether they're
just musicians or fans, to get
together and meet the artist and ask
questions. It's very, very informal.
It gives the artists a chance to find
out what their fans are interested in,
what their followers are interested
in. We've done them with Ahmad
Jamal. We're doing one with
Courtney Pine and one with
Michelle Rosewoman. It's a really
good opportunity to see what the
life of a jazz musician is all about
and understand what they're doing.

W: Is there anything else that
you'd like to say about Eclipse?
B: Jazz performers really like
performing for Eclipse because
we're so much different from the
other promoters that they work
with. We're not interested in
making a profit. We pay them a lot
more than other promoters, and we
really care about them while they're
here. If they want to go play tennis,
we find them someone to play
tennis with. If they want to go out,
for crab then we find them a place
to go out and have crab. Whatever
they want to do, we really cater to
their needs because we recognize
them as artists rather than as a way
to make a quick profit on a rock
concert. The artists really appreciate
that and that's why they keep
coming back. We've had many of
the performers come back every few
years. They really enjoy performing
for Eclipse. 0

The Mus cal Thea
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Conceived and orig
Micha
Book by W
James Kirkwood and Marvin
Nicholas Dante
Co-choreograp
Directed and choreographed by Tim Millet,
Music directec
Production based o
October 13,
October
Mendelss
Tickets are $10 and $7;
at THE LEAGUE TICKET 01
To charge your ticke

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EDITOR.............................Stephen Gregory
ASSOCIATE EDITOR .............................................Brian Bonet
BUSINESS MANAGER..............................................Jein Kim
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