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October 02, 2008 - Image 9

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The Daily Arts
guide to the best
upcoming events
- it's everywhere
you should be this
weekend and why.
AT THE ARK
What does folk music
have to do with "Robo-
cop" and "Deliverance?"
Well, not very much,
except both films feature
folk musician Ronny Cox
in an acting role. His con-
cert Sunday at the Ark
looks to be less violent
than the aforementioned
films. Doors open at 7
p.m. Tickets are $15.
ON STAGE
Contemporary popular
musicians often breed
obsession, and Ludwig
van Beethoven must've
been among the first
songsmiths to attract a
following. As music school
students will show in solo
recitals at Beethoven: The
Sonata Obsession Concert
No. 12, that fanatical inter-
est still survives. Free at
the Walgreen Drama Cen-
ter Sunday at 5 p.m.
AT THE PIG
Robert Pollard, who
became a'90s indie-
rock hero with Guided
By Voices, comes to the
Blind Pig Friday night
with his new band Bos-
ton Spaceships. Despite
having been a road war-
rior for two decades,
Pollard will make his first
ever Ann Arbor appear-
ance with the concert.
Doors open at 8 p.m. and
tickets are $15.18+ only.

AT THE PODIUM
Catholicism and homo-
sexuality have never
quite been a match made
in heaven, but New
England author Scott D.
Pomfret combines his
experience of both in his
writing. Appearing at
Borders tonight in sup-
port of his new memoir,
Pomfret is guaranteed
to offer a novel, hilarious
perspective. The reading
is at 7 p.m..

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