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Page 26-The Michfigan Daily-Weekend etc. --April 16,1992

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weekend fun
Chait & Worth take their last shots of the year.

]best of sex_5
From first date through pillow talk.-__

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Recipe Contest winners, the best businesses & eateries.

29 cents worth ol? angst
Some people think the only really cont rove rsial part of the Daily is our illustriob
its own in the hate letter arena. Letters to the editor used to be examples of insp
cism, pushing us to make our reporting more ... inspired. But now, in the wordso
anything goes. "
Greil Marcus loved music editor Annette Petruso' s profile of him,
but objected to film editor Mark Binelli's masturbation references:
k.'sndmsoeIooals21 Jan 92 n
Dear Annette, '- 0 ver
Thanks for the o~p~" I.ie
the suspicious, or sour 4 ne of _
the interviews, not the 3'eview
Sif arts criticism is mas turbating
tell it to Pauline Kael , what is
criticism of arts critic sm--watching p i+tv
porn movies of people jerking off?).
I loved the photo and cajtion Mt' ~1'
from Surf Nazis. CS Murlay's stuff _____
was sort of funny, as heastarted yz, MoAn4{S!.
off as a sort of token yquth,
house schoolboy, for a bunch of « ibs #MI
'30-year of hippies back~in '68 O Li l
or so.
Greil arcus E
PS--my current > ~x favorite band, as of two days abo,
is Carter the Unstoppable Screaming Machine. I
3lk~te deaofthe $uy who cals iplb' oe Bob
From the famous author and director of the MFA writing
program, who apparently hasn't discovered the joys of proofreading:
The H-opwood Room
The University of Michigan
1006 Angell Hall
Ann Arbor,.Michigan 48109-1003
March 13, 1992
To: The Editors of The Michigan Daily
From: Nicholas Delbanco., Director of the M.F.A. Program in
writing - L .. -P-__".
Re: What purports to be an announcement of Madison Smartt Bell's
reading
When you print such willful stupidity and show such startling
inattention to and lack of knowledge of the career of a visiting
writer, when ycu dsliver so slanted and inaccurate an editorial
assessment of the-work at hand, you should at least have the
grace and bravery to sign you reporter's bad name.
This angry reader didn't see fit to include his/her name. See if you can count the
number of names this writer called Andrew Cahn:
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All of your beloved profs, libraries and regents.

best dai lygomofs
Culled from the Dai y -'a (few) mistakes.

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best pholtos 14
Picture pages from the Daily's photo staff.
best of music 1 7
Concerts and CDs of the school year
best of the arts 20
And you only saw Chess?
weekend arts 23
Rioting crowds and late night theater at the RC.
weekend list 27
Yes, last week's film blurbs were a joke.
COVER PHOTO BY MOLLY STEVENS

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Director Ken Cazan
ing arts editor Diane
Herring. His letterv
said he'd been slate
Daily. The DetroitF
Guinn, recently slab
Frieden chose. Hmm
Albert Herring
To the Daily:
I was surprised, as were
of my colleagues, by Ms.
Frieden's review of Albert
Herring on November 18th.
Artistic criticisms aside,
questions arise as to Ms.
Frieden's perception of ope
an art form. First, she states
.,opera is known for its siml
characters and almost care
plots," and that in Albert He
the "characters never achiev
mnaximum ptential of cari
Ms. Frieden mean to imply
opera is not a valid theatrica
form?
If so, wouldn't any atten
making the characters more
human, believable, and easi

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