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Restaurant
Continued from page 4

There are also a couple of speci
features that make it a real treat t
eat at Real Seafood Co. If it's you
birthday, you receive a percentage of
depending on the number of you
party which equates to a free entree
And children can share their parents
meal at no extra charge.
With all these deals added ont
the top-notch service (thanks, David
and generally top-quality food, Rea
Seafood Co. retains its position a
one of the best restaurants in town
Despite winning Weekend Maga
zine's Best Seafood Restaurant awan
year after year, it's often overlooke
in favor of more fashionable, trendi
cuisine. That's a shame - Rea

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REAL SEAFOOD CO. is open
for lunch and dinner Monday through
Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10
p.m. and for dinner on Sunday from
4 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Market keeps
the same hours. Call 769-5960 for
reservations. American Express,
Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are
accepted, along with good ole'
greenbacks.
Books
Continued from page 7

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d whaling industry seem vague.
er One critic has compared Mc-
al Manus to James Joyce. McManus
.e does create a Chicago, like Joyce did
with Dublin, that only a true native
could appreciate. There are obscure
references to Half Day Road, the
Belden Deli, and evenChicago Bears
reserve tight end Cap Boso. Can you
imagine the end note to the later in a
Penguin Classic Edition 100 years
from now?
All in all, McManus' effort is a
noble one. He presents some valid
critical judgements of today's popu-
lar culture. For example, when Linda
takes a trip to Paris, she is peeved
that Gericault's original Raft of the
Medusa does not feature the heads of
the rock group 'The Pogues' super-
imposed on the canvas. However,
McManus' entire effort is under-
mined by the fact that he somehow
overlooked the development of a plot
in 321 pages.

Poniewozik
Continued from page 10
done with it?], promoting misogyny
through Charlie Brown's frustrated
attempts to kick a football held by
Lucy, and endorsing "Dolly Madi-
son" products - and thus the op-
pressive government of, by, and for
the rich established by our early
presidents - to name a few), and the
offenses of the administration are
known to us all. To this Unholy
Alliance, we raise our voices in a
resounding "Good Grief!" You're a
bad man, Charlie Brown.
Jeta
Continued from Page 6
rocker Michael J. Fox. Jett received
critical acclaim for her role as an up-
and-coming rock and roller.
It's now 1989. This Saturday
night, Joan Jett will play at the
Michigan Theater, with a set list
that will span the history of Rock
and Roll. Perhaps what makes Jett
such a great rocker is her sense of
history - combined with the great
punk axiom, do it yourself. And
perhaps all great rock and roll has
been built on this foundation. But
sometimes charlatans like Bon Jovi
come around and tell you Styx and
Journey are your heritage. What a
load! We live in Ann Arbor. The
Stooges are our musical heritage.
Joan Jett knows this. Joan Jett loves
Rock and Roll. Joan Jett is Rock
and Roll.

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