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2B - Thursday, January 8, 2009
The Daily Arts guide to
upcoming events in Ann Arbor
and the surrounding area.
Today 1.8.09
Concerto Competition Finals
Presented by the U-M School
of Music
4 p.m.
At Hill Auditorium
Free
"Rosencrantz and Guilden-
stern Are Dead" Starring
Loren Bass & Malcolm Tulip
a P.m.
At the Performance Network (120 E. Huron)
$10 suggested ticket price
Tomorrow 1.9.09
"New Music on the Block"
Presented by the U-M School
of Music
7p m.
At the Duderstadt Center Video Studio
Free
Karen Rontowski, Comedian
8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
At the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase
$11 in advance, $13 at the door
Saturday 1.10.09
Chime Concert Presented by
Local Chimemaster Heather
O'Neal
10:30 arn
In Kerrtown
Free
Mochisuki (Mochi-making
workshop) Presented by the
U-M Center for Japanese
Studies
1 p.m.
At the International Institute Gallery
Free
Sunday 1.11.08
U-M Life Sciences Orchestra
4 p.m.
At Hill Auditorium
Free
Please send all press releases
and event information to
arts@michigandaily.com.

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High five
A notable Ann Arborite gives five
answers to a curious question.
Charley Sullivan
Program Coordinator of the Center for South
EastAsian Studies and a dedicated gourmand
What are your favorite
South East Asian
dishes?
Gaeng Keow Wan (Thai Green Curry): Lime leaves, coconut milk, green
chiles and whatever protein and vegetable combination you have on hand.
Opor Ayam (Indonesian Chicken Curry): More coconut milk with a great
mixture of spices that gave Indonesia the name the Spice Islands, mellow and
delicious.
Pho Dac Biet (Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup): Beef soup, it's what's for
breakfast. Savory broth with thin sliced beef, brisket, tripe and tendon, served
with heaps of fresh herbs in the morning at all the best sidewalk.stalls in
Hanoi.
Nasi Ayam Hainan (Hainanese Chicken Rice): A specialty of Singapore,
barely simmered chicken and rice cooked in and served with chicken broth,
scented with coriander (cilantro) and served with chili and ginger sauces.
Rambutan: the hairy fruit like a lychee but sweeter; or Mangosteen, a
white sweet fruit that comes in segments, like an orange, for dessert.

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