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28 - The MWhigan Daily - Weekend etc. Magazine --Thursday, Janary 13, 2000

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A LTERNATIVES
Artist Denyse Goulet's Opening
Reception The Residential College
Art Gallery exhibits Goulet's
"Stealing the Show" painting series.
4 p.m., 701 E. University, free, 763-
0176.
Soul Eclipse Artists Reggie Gibson
and Mos Def celebrate their African-
American traditions through hip-hop,
music and other media invoking their
heritage.
Peter H. Blum Historian, brewing
industry veteran and author of
"Brewed in Detroit" discusses his
new book. Borders Books & Music,
612 E. Liberty. 7 p.m. Free. 668-
7652.
Soul Eclipse Spoken word, drumming
and hip-hop featured in a celebration
of African American cultural tradition.
Michigan League Ballroom. 8 p.m.
Free. 936-1055.
Saturday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Being John Malkovich See Friday.
9:45 p.m.
The Devil, Probably (1977) This
French film was directed by Robert
Bresson and provides a nice alterna-
tive for the foreign language students
not going to "Stand and Deliver.' Nat.
Sci. Auditorium. 7 & 10:10 p.m. $4.
Mansfield Park See Friday. 4:30 &
7:15 p.m.
The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
Don't confuse this with the much
lesser "The Messenger: The Story of
Joan Of Arc," which was released last
year. Nat. Sci. Auditorium. 8:45 p.m.
$4,

MUSIC
The Original Brothers & Sisters of
Love Along with the Ghettobillies, it's
the billing of the Millennium. Bling
Pig 208 S. 1st. 10 p.m. $5. 996-
8555.
Jeff Haas Jazz pianist, and so much
more ... The Ark, 316 S. Main. 8
p.m. $15. 761-1451.
Joce'lyn B & the Detroit Street
Players An R&B group out of Detroit?
What next? Cavern Club, 210 S. 1st.
10 p.m. $6. 332-9900.
Freakfest 2000 See Friday 1/14.
Harpo's, Detroit. 7p.m. $10. 313-
824-1700.
ALTERNA TIVES
Bebe Miller Dance Company Modern
Dance sensation Bebe Miller and her
company demonstrate their theatrical
art form with intriguing techniques. 8
p.m. Power Center. $16-$32. 764-
2538.
Jerry Prescott Author of "Deadly
Sweet in Ann Arbor" and "Mackinac
Maze" signs copies of his new thriller
"Invisible Intrigue." Nicola's Books
Westgate, 2513 Jackson. 1 p.m.
Free. 662-4110.
Tunes, Tales, and Troubadours Aron
Kaufman and his drum workshop are
featured in this family program of sto-
rytelling and music. Ann Arbor
District Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. 2
p.m. Free. 327-4200.
Sunday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Being John Malkovich See Friday.
9:45 p.m.

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on center-stage.
Narrating most of the story is the
"token black man" Ichabod Word. His
friends call him "lcky' but when deal-
ing with white men he prefers the name
"Ichabod." He feels that it forces the
white man to see him in a dignified,
rather than inferior, light. That's the
problem with society. Regardless of
what one may say, the multicultis are
always being pushed aside for the white
man. But as Icky makes apparent at the
onset of the novel, things are about to
change. He will be heard.
This listener, however, is not quite
the willing type one may imagine. He
is the officer Lieutenant Bloom, lured
into Icky's home to be gagged, tied and
held at gun-point while Icky spends the
rest of the novel explaining the dead
body in the center of the room. The dia-
logue conveys Bloom's racism in that
he doubts Icky simply because he is not
"white" He is ignorant of Icky's mes-
sage and of his drive to change our
racially hierarchical society into some-
thing more reminiscent of true equality.
Pate's efforts to uplift the status of
the black man is a problem analogous
to struggles by most races and ethnici-
ties today; his success, however, lies in
the power of words. Much like Icky
throughout the mystery, he abstains
See SIDESHOW, Page 68

Grand Illusion (1937) A newly
restored version of the Jean Renoir
classic hits the big screen. Michigan
Theater, 603 E. Liberty. 5 & 7:30
p.m. $5.50.
Mansfield Park See Friday. 4:30 &
7:15 p.m.
MUSIC
Arthur Greene Performing the works of
Alexander Scriabin on piano.
Kerrytown Concert House, 415. N 4th.
4 p.m. $10-$25. 769-2999.
Charlie King & Karen Brandow Singing
songs about you. Yes, you. The Ark,
316 S. Main. 7:30 p.m. $13.50. 761-
1451.
TLC No scrubs allowed. The Palace of
Auburn Hills. 7 p.m. $29.50-$39.50.
248-377-0100.
A LTERNA TIVES
Tea Ceremony Volunteers at this
month's tea, "Camelia Buds Covered
With First Snow," will demonstrate
the Ura style. 3 p.m. Japanese
Gallery, Museum of Art. Suggested
$3 donation.
Amber Jayanti Author presents the
history and principles of Qabalah,
which expresses the spiritual truths
behind all religious traditions. Book
signing afterwards. Borders
Arborland. 7 p.m. Free. 677-6948.
Monday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Being John Malkovich See Friday.
9:45 p.m.
Grand Illusion See Sunday. Michigan
Theater, 603 E. Liberty. 5 & 7:30
p.m. $5.50.
Mansfield Park See Friday. 4:30 &
7:15 p.m.
MUSIC
Take 6 Grammy winning a cappella
group celebrates Martin Luther King,
Jr. Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University.

8 p.m. $10-$25. 764-
Edward Carroll Guest n
renowned trumpeter. E
Hall, School of Music.
Admission.
ALTERNATIVES
Wake Up Everybody It
Day! Alpha Phi Alpha f
sents a theatrical and
as part of the Martin L
convocation. 3:30 pm,
free; 764-7410.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
ture given by Harvard'
African American Stud
Auditorium. 10am. Fre
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
syndicated columnist s
eternal legacy of Dr. Iv
King Jr. Michigan Unio
2pm. Free. 763-0074.
Joe Lunn Author recep
Dearborn professor and
"Memoirs of the Maels
Drum Bookshop, 315 S
Free. 662-7407.
Tuesd
CAMPUS CINEMA
Being John Malkovich
9:30 p.m.
Mansfield Park See Fri
Paths of Glory (1957)
Kubrick's war film star
and returns to the big
glorious night. Michigan
E. Liberty. 7 p.m. $5.5
Return With Honor (19
Hanks presents this dc
about United States sc
were prisoners of war.
Theater, 603 E. Liberty
MUSIC
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Blind Pig, 208 S. 1st.
admission. 996-8555.
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