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Thursday. 8 p.m.
Saturdy
CAM1PUlS CINEMA
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How 1 Learned to Drive See
Friday. 8 p.m.
A LTERNA TI VES
Hlash Bash Like to smoke pot?
You can assemble in the middle of
the University campus with thou-
sands who share your sympa-
thies. Smioing the plant is of
co-urse still ilgl The Diag, 12
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Thursda. 8 p'm
Kvaisk, piano T heprga
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Ski'ts-O-Phreniba UACi and Rude
MechanTics present a night of comr-
plete tomfollery and bafoonery. The
only question is: Will the stage be big
enough to support such comedic ourt-
put? The Michigan Union, U-Club, 8,
11 p.m. $4 for students, others $6.
Sunday
CAMPUS CINEMA
The Children Of Heaven (1998)
This Oscar nominee for Best
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Orphan Train See Thursday. 2 p.m.
How I Learned to Drive See Friday. 2
p.m. and 7 p.m.
A LTERNA.TI VES
Mich ael Ondaatje- The author of
the bestseller "The English
Patient" and other novels will
read excerpts from his fiction. No
word yet on the attendance of
Willem Dafoe or Ralf Finnes. We
can only hope ... Rackham
Amphitheatre, 70,t-0296. 7:30 p.
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CAMPUS CINEMA
The Children of Heaven
Sunday. 7 p.m.

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The Universitfy of Michigan Art Museum Is home to hundreds of uiu works and
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Pixote (1981) This Brazilian film
tracks a 10-year old street crimi-
nal. It is a very solid work - and
not just because it's a foreign
flick. Michigan Theater, 603 E.
Liberty St. 4:10 p.m. $5.50.
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C.ourtesy of Atlantic Records
Collective Soul is (from left to right) Shane Evans, Dean Roland, Ed Roland, Ross Childress and Will Turpin. The band who
brought us the megabits "Shyn" and "December" will play a killer show at the State Theater in Detroit.

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