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What's up with the Website?

To the faithful that read the online
version of the paper, you've probably
noticed some major changes in the
site's appearance since Tuesday. (If
you've not noticed anything, get your
monitors/eves adjusted). Our design
guy came up with a cool site design
and we've tried to do it some justice
converting it to a website.
Over the next month or so, the
Website will constantly be in flux,
each day being slightly modified to
hopefully make it easier to navigate,
quicker to load and still make it look
better than before.
Of course, the process of making
such major changes in the structure
and design of our Website is inherent-
ly fraught with perils. We'll try and
find and fix the problems as quickly as
possible -reader feedback speeds up
the process as it helps us find the bugs
faster.
The website is no longer going to be
merely an online rendition of the
newspaper. Already there are online-
only articles, features and special sec-
tions of the website - things that
would've been difficult if not impossi-
ble to implement in the regular paper.
Our vision for MichiganDaily.com
is to create an online student center -
where one can get their news, discuss
with other students and stay abreast of
school-related issues, all in one place.

It is my personal vision that the web-
site as it is should never be 'finished.'
The site should always be a dynamic
entity, constantly evolving to predict
and meet the needs of the university
community.
I realize that we'll never be able to
please everyone with the new incarna-
tion of MichiganDaily.com. The chal-
lenge is to develop a website that is
liked by as many people as possible
yet helps us to simplify the process
necessary to maintain the website.
If there is something you personally
don't like about the website, please let
us know. Once again, with reader par-
ticipation, we can find out what you
want and like.
The process is going to be a long
one, with this site renovation being an
minute step in the overall design for
the MichiganDaily.com website.
By the way, did I mention that read-
er participation is key to making this
development work?

Dr. Strangelove (1964) The late,
great Stanley Kubrick shows us how
to love the bomb all over again.
Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. 11
p.m. $5.50.
Force of Evil (1948) Abraham
Polonsky's early take on film noir
with racketeering, kidnappings, and
everything in between. Nat Sci
Auditorium. 10 p.m. $4.
Last Emperor (1987) This kicks off a
series of films by director Bernardo
Bertolucci. It won nine Academy
Awards, so go see it. Michigan
Theater, 603 E. Liberty. 7 p.m.
$5.50.
Let There Be Light (1946) John
Huston, like, directs this film about
soldiers and stuff. Nat Sci
Auditorium. 7 p.m. $4.
Maltese Falcon (1941) John Huston,
like, made this film, and it has, like,
falcons in it and stuff. Nat Sci
Auditorium. 8 p.m. $4.
Topsy Turvy (1999) See Thurs. 7:30
p.m. $5.50.
MUSIC
Alan Jackson Grab your boots and gun
rack. The Palace of Auburn Hills. 8
p.m. $25.50-32.50.
248-645-6666.
Brian McKnight Smooth, sexy and
soulful - much like Senator McCain.
The Fox Theater. Detroit. 8 p.m. $40-
75. 248-433-1515.
Half Japanese Metamorphic rock -
it's more than meets the eye. The
Gold Dollar. Detroit. 313-833-6873.
Mustards Retreat Folk in the Grey
Poupon motif. The Ark. 316 S. Main
St. 8 p.m. $13.50. 761-1800.
The Samples Meijer on Saturdays plus
free samples equals happy customers.
The 7th House. Pontiac. 8 p.m.
$15.00. 248-645-6666.

Gothenberg Symphony Orchestra
Neeme Jarvi joins up with violist Yuri
Bashmet in this remarkable perfor-
mance featuring Shostakovich. Hill
Auditorium, 825 North University Ave.
8 p.m. 764-2538. $46, $36, $26,
$14.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Sextet See
Friday.
THEA TER
Picasso at the Lapin Agile See Friday.
An Evening of Scenes See Friday.
The Lady's Not for Burning See
Thursday.
Kollege See Thursday.
-A LTERNA TIVES
Orchid Pavilion Gathering See
Thursday.
Worldwide Rhythms See Thursday.
Illustrator Speaks Discussion with
noted illustrator of children's books
("Coyote Goes Walking," "Having a
Wonderful Time"). Ann Arbor District
Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. 11 a.m.
Free.
The Minstrel and the Storyteller
Jewish storyteller Peninnah Schram
combines with guitarist Gerard Edery
to present a vibrant interweaving of
story and song, capturing the wisdom
and wit of the Jewish people from
around the world. Temple Beth
Emeth, 2309 Packard. 8 p.m. $10,
$35/patron; 665-4744.
Tom Pohrt Discussion by the noted
illustrator and author of books for
young people. Ann Arbor District
Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. 11 a.m.
Free. 327-4200.
Peninnah Schram and Gerard Edery
Storyteller and guitarist combine
their talents to present the wit and
wisdom of the Jewish people in a fam-

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ily program of stories and song.
Temple Beth Emeth, 2309 Packard. 8
p.m. $10, $36/patron. 665-4744.
Sunday
CAMPUS CINEMA
All About My Mother (1999)
Touching Spanish movie about yo
momma. Michigan Theater, 603 E.
Liberty. 4:45, 7, 9:15 p.m. $5.50.
Hamlet (1996) Those wacky guys at
M-Flicks are back to their usual
hij inks, showing this great 70 mm
print of Kenneth Branagh's "Hamlet."
Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty.
2:30 p.m. $5.50.
Topsy Turvy (1999) See Thurs. 7:15
p.m. $5.50.
Troika (1998) Projectorhead pre-
sents this documentary about les-
bians in Russia. Come for the movie,
stay for a Q&A with director Jennifer
Montgomery. Michigan Theater, 603
E. Liberty. 2:00 p.m. $5.50
MUSIC
The Moody Blues Roll a doobie with
your dad and check out the Moodys.
Hill Auditorium 825 S. University. 7:30
p.m. $29.50-$39.50. 248-645-6666.
THEA TER
Picasso at the Lapin Agile See
Friday.
The Lady's Not for Burning See
Thursday.
Cosi Fan Tutte See Thursday.
ALTERNA TIVES
Gallery Talk Dr. Marshall Wu, curator
of Asian Art, discusses "The Orchid
Pavilion Gathering" exhibit of Chinese
paintings. West Gallery, Museum of
Art, 525 S. State. 3 p.m. 764-0395.
Free.
Looking At Dance Dance Gallery's
monthly series features the "Ballet
meets the Moderns" demonstration.
Regional choreographers discuss and
perform combinations of ballet and
modern dance. Dance Gallery, 111
Third. 4:30 p.m. 747-8885. Free.
Worldwide Rhythms See Thursday.
Kerry Tales Mother Goose presents
rhymes, riddles and fun for all ages,
especially imaginative children.
Workbench Furniture, 410 N. Fourth
Ave. 2 p.m. Free.
Monday
CAMPUS CINEMA
All About My Mother (1999) See
Sun. 7 & 9:15 p.m. $5.50.
Topsy Turvy (1999) See Thurs. 7:30
p.m. $5.50.
ALTERNATIVES
Stories from Laura Ingalls Wilder
Professional storyteller Barbara
Wilcox presents a story time for the
occasion of Laura Ingalls Wilder's
birthday, in period dress. Borders
Arborland, 3527 Washtenaw. 7 p.m.
Free
Jon Entine Author Entine holds dis-
cussion and signs copies of his book
"Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate

Fashion plate Woody Allen h
and Why We're Afraid To T
It." Borders Books & Musi
Liberty. 7 p.m. Free.
Tuesda
CAMPUS CINEMA
All About My Mother (199
Sun. 7:15 & 9:30 p.m. $5
Dr. Strangelove (1964) SE
p.m. $5.50.
Topsy Turvy (1999) See T
p.m. $5.50.
MUSIC
Sno-Core Tour System of a
Bungle, Incubus and Puya
music. State Theater. Det
$21.50. 248-645-6666.
Macy Gray Modern soul fr
voiced up and comer. St.
Hall. Detroit. 8 p.m. $15.C
645-6666.
The Mollys Do you have a
you? Would you like some
316 S. Main St. 7:30 p.m
761-1800.
ALTERNATIVES
Orchid Pavilion Gathering
Thursday.
Booked For Lunch Co-owi
former Diamond Head Caf
Kerrytown, Shirley Tong P
relates anecdotes from hE
book/memoir "Remember
Head, Remembering Hawa
Arbor District Library, 34:
Ave. 12:10 p.m. Free.
Douglas Coupland Authoi
"Girlfriend in a Coma" anc
"Generation X" reads fron
book, blending humor, my
romance, "Miss Wyoming
Books & Music, on Libert
Free.

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