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September 10, 1992 - Image 53

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The Michigan Daily, 1992-09-10

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1Fdd, ing around
* : mong medium-to-small-
sized places in America,
you could pretty much
~ 4.consider Ann Arbor the
country's cultural mecca. What does
that mean? That means unless yout
travel to New York, Chicago, or Los
Angeles, you are unlikely to find the
diverse range of cultural
opportunities that exist in Ann
Ann Arbor plays host to hundreds
of music acts, ranging from
classical, to jazz, to rock (including
a wide variety of Grateful Dead
cover bands), to blues, to dance, and
even seventies-throwback disco -
replete with polyester leisure suits.
The city's cinema scene is
brimming with new movies, old
favorites, experimental films, and
foreign films. The many bookstores
and libraries provide students access
ta vast selection of publications on
'all topics, from all sides of the
political spectrum, and trashy
novels, to boot.
And, between University groups
and traveling performance troupes
that pay a visit to Ann Arbor, there is
plenty of live theater for your
Experience it all while you can f
- it's a once-in-a-lifetime deal. nkxf
We've got culture, we've got class,
and so do dozens of visitors to the q- iz
concert halls of the University.
Don't just stand there, turn the page "m i
and get the scoop. n
They say Ann Arbor has more used
books per capita than any other town.
in the world. We've checked it out,
and have decided te'eright. You;/'t
name it - if it's published, it's in°
some Ann Arbor bookstore.3:"Hi e8 -Ea
It's not New York or London, but r.,m.y . ..
it's pretty damn close. We've got the '~~ ~4
low-down on everything theatrical , a...~ .. t,
from the footlights to the foyer. s ig ia $a,£.77
conus you with 4 prtese or. stun :a- a~ 5~ .: 'sa 2.C C y$
cneyou with ioleene Aror su
ooigwith film, and we're set to , " 7~'" 4. 94/'
mu i '4'; 31 k .i y Vin
Which bar, which band, which beat?
We're thg ones who know, and i
we're set to tell you all about it. at r ,tr
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