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2B -The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, December9,1999

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the 2K phenomenon. Information on becoming Y2K compliant, information sharing and even contingency informa-
tion are all available on the website. There is even a section for consumers to get the averae American quickly
up to speed on the Y2K. A Y2K checklist is also available to help residents prepare for the New Year. The best fea-
ture on the site is the government update section, informing the reader of Y2K compliance efforts.
- Toyin Akinmusuru

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H appy
Holi1days!
- from the
Weekend, Etc. Magazine Editors

woman leads a daring rain to free her
husband from a death squad.
Michigan Theater; 603 E. Liberty St. 7
The Great Dictator (1940) Chaplin's
classic spoof of Hitler's Europe. Nat.
Sci, 7 p.m. $4, $5 dbl.
Being John Malkovich See Friday 7:15
& 9:45 p.m.
it's A Wonderful Life (1946) The
Christmas classic about a man who
wants to commit suicide. Nat. Sci.
9:15 p.m. $4, $5 dbl.
Last Night (1999) Director Don
McKellar examines the last night on
earth in Toronto. Michigan Theater,
603 E. Liberty St. 9:30 p.m. $5.50..
MUSIC
Blind Pig Owner's Birthday Bash Do
you know this guy? I don't either.
Hope that means we're off the hook
for gifts. 10 p.m. Blind Pig. $5.
Deep Space Six Deep Space Nine did-
n't do too well. I'm not a big Star
Trek fan, but I wish these guys better
luck. 9:30 p.m. T.C.'s Speakeasy. $3.
Dick Siegal He's a multi-talented
artist with a strong local fan base.
Expect to hear all styles of music
from folk torockabilly. Rumors that
he raps may be true. 8 p.m. The Ark.
$12.50.
THEA TRE
The Tempest See Thursday. 8 p.m.
Angels in America See Thursday. 8
p.m.
Not Waving See Thursday. 8 p.m.
Balm in Gilead See Friday. 2 & 8 p.m.
And Baby Makes Seven See Friday. 2
& 7 p.m.

ALTERNATIVES
Laszio Slomovits Half of the music
duo Gemini, Slomovits debuts as a
serious poet, reading selections from
his first book. Bu'y a copy and you
get a free CD of the author's readings
with original harp and flute accompa-
niment. 1 p.m. Nicola's Books, 2513
Jackson. Free.
Artraln: Artistry of Space A touring
but fully-fledged art museum, the only
one of its kind in the country, Artrain
returns to its Ann Arbor headquarters
to exhibit pieces from the NASA and
Air & Space Museum collections.
1100 N. Main. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Free;
donations welcomed. 747-8300.
Dance & Related Arts Concert See
Thursday. 8 p.m.
Sunday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Lucie Aubrac See Saurdayt. 5 p.m.
Being John Malkovich See Friday.
5:30 & 8 p.m.
Last Night See Saturday. 7:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Ricky Skaggs Sure, he's not Garth
Brooks, but what's the difference any-
way? Expect to see a lot of cowboy
boots and denim tonight. 7 & 9 p.m.
The Ark. $25.
University Philharmonic Orchestra A
nice, relaxing evening with a perfor-
mance of Igor Stravinsky's Le Chant
du Rossignol. An excellent, free-of-
charge stress reliever. Then you can
stay up all night studying again. 8 p.m.
Hill Auditorium. Free.

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The Indigo Girls (Emily Saliers, left, and Amy Ray) are coming to the EMU Convi

Special Egg Donor Needed
$25,000
We are a loving, infertile couple hoping to find a
compassionate woman to help us have a baby.
We're looking for a healthy, intelligent college
student or college graduate, age 21-33, with
blue eyes, and blonde or light brown hair.
Compensation $25,000 plus expenses.
Your gift of life would bring great joy.
Please contact us through our
representative at 1-800-776-7680.
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This guy's been leading the Sunday
Night Jam Session for years now, but
he still tries to perfect his stand-up
act. Please, Paul, just play the trum-
pet. Bird of Paradise. 9 p.m. Free.
Great American Blues Jam This
allegedly became popular when the
"Great Russian Polka Jam" failed.
Come feel patriotic. T.C's Speakeasy.
$2.
THEATRE
The Tempest See Thursday. 2 p.m.
Angels in America See Thursday. 2
p.m.
Not Waving See Thursday. 2 p.m.
Balm in Gilead See Friday. 7 p.m.

Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam

Session

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Tea Ceremony Volunteers at this
month's tea, "Camelia Buds Covered
With First Snow," will demonstrate
the Ura style. Preceded by
shakuhachi flute music. 3 p.m.
Japanese Gallery, Museum of Art.
Suggested $3 donation.
Amber Jayant iAuthor 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.
Artrain: Artistry of Space See-
Saturday. 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday'
CAMPUS CINEMA
Lucie Aubrac See Saturday. 7 p.m.
Being John Malkovich See Friday.
7:15 & 9:45 p.m.
Last Night See Saturday. 9:30 p.m.
MUSIC
Acoustic Open Mic Pull out your roo
mate's six-string and come sing your
version of Pearl Jam's "Last Kiss." I
promise, we won't laugh. 9:30 p.m.

Tap Room, Michigan Union. Free.
University Symphony Orchestra T
second great symphony written t
artist formerly known as Brahms
Auditorium, 8pm, Free.
THEATRE
Balm in Gilead See Friday. 8 p.m.
ALTERNATIVES
Guild House Writers Series Usua
every second and fourth Monday,
only once this month for what sh
be obvious reasons. Tonight featu
local poets Laura Kasischke, Josi
Kearns, Lonnie Hull Dupont and o
contributors to the new anthology
"Boomer Girls.". 8:30 p.m. Guild
House. Free. 995-1956.
Tuesday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Mansfield Park (1999) A new holi
season, a new Jane Austen movie
poor girl lives with her rich relativ
who treat her poorly. Director Pat
Rozema will do a Q&A after the fil
Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty
7 p.m. $5.50.
Get Bruce (1999) A documentary
about Bruce Vilanch, a Hollywood
monologist. Michigan Theater, 60
Liberty St. 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. $5.5
Being John Malkovich See Fri. 9:4
p.m.
MUSIC
Prime Numbers I hate to say it, bi
there are probably a couple of "od
guys in there. My ignorance is nov
apparent. Bird of Paradise, 9:30pi
$5.
Old No. 7 This is to warn you that
Jack Daniels is in no way involved
with this band. I know, it's just to
bad. 4 p.m. Del Rio. Free.
Traditional Isish Open Mic Sessior
and Elvis Costello got started son
where. Maybe you're next? 10 p.r

Courtesy of Miramnax Films
This man Is Bruce Vilanch, and he's so, uh, famous he had a movie made about him.
Here he does some publicity for the documentary, "Get Bruce" by name.

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