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2B - Thursday, March 5, 2009
Today 3.5.09
Gifts of Art Exhibitions
8Sam.
At the Taubman Health Center
Free
"A Feminine Ending"
8 p.m.
At the Performance Network
$12 -$31 for students
500 Years of American
Grapes and Wines: A Remark-
able Journey
1 p.m
At the William Clements Library
Free
Lorna Hardwick: Translating
Classics in the Modern World
4 p.m.
At Angell Hall
Free
Frank's Picks Film Series Kick
Off: Secret Honor (1984)
7 p.m.
At the Grad Library, room 100
Free
Tomorrow 3.6.09
More than Just Race: Being
Black and Poor in the Inner
City: William Julius Wilson
4 p.m.
At Rackham Auditorium
Free
Jonathan Coulton
8 p.m.
At the Ark
$20
Saturday 3.7.09
Artist Panel: State of the
Orchestra, 2009 and Beyond
12 p.m.
At E.V. Moore Building, McIntosh Theatre
Free
Love and Sex in China: CCS
Chinese Documentary Film
Series
7:00 p.m.
At Angell Hall, Aud. A
Free
New York Philharmonic
8 p.m.
At Hill Auditorium
$10"$125
Sunday 3.8.09
Duncan Sheik with special
guest Lauren Pritchard
7:30 p.m.
At the Ark
$20
Please send all press releases
and event information to
artsWmichigandaily.cm.

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In an homage to "Gilligan's Island," the
Harlem Globetrotters appear on "Lost."
r 20:1
Kate Winslet's family finally sees "The
Reader," doubling its box-office returns.
30:1
* j Switzerland tries to get in on the success
I x of "Watchmen" with its own superhero
movie: "Swatchmen."
89:1
Michael Jackson touches children's
hearts, among other things, during up-
coming tour.
500:1
ONLINE GAMES OF THE WEEK

High five
A notable Ann Arborite gives five
answers to a curious question.
James Morrow
Research Professor Center for Political Studies
What are your 5 favorite depictions
of influential world leaders?
Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC: Stark with the emphasis on the elo-
quence of Lincoln's Gettysburg and the Second Inaugural Addresses.
Emperor Claudius in "I, Claudius" played by Derek Jacobi: Claudius is a
shrewd politician who plays an idiot to save himself from the destructive rival-
ries of the imperial family in the 13-part miniseries. He is eventually betrayed
by everyone he loves.
The collection of statues of Gudea: Prince of Lagash in the Louvre. A room
there contains many copies of him seated in a gown, all but one missing the
heads. Who knocked all the heads off?
Senator/Supreme Chancellor/Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars Episodes
I, II and III, played by Ian McDiarmid: Palpatine is the master at creating
situations where he will prevail no matter which side wins. He's the ultimate
political manipulator.
Dr. Strangelove in "Dr. Strangelove," played by Peter Sellers: OK, he's not a
world leader, but how could I pass up the comic portrayal of the nuclear strate-
gists, with elements of Herman Kahn, Henry Kissinger, Thomas Schelling and
Albert Wohlstetter rolled into one?

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MEAT BOY
You're a little square fellow made of
pure red meat and your girlfriend has
been stolen by a caped villain. Jump
around and maneuver through a series
of increasingly frustrating levels trying
to retrieve her. Among your obstacles are
buzz saws, flames and tubs of salt. A futn
but challenging game, "Meat Boy" is well
done.
Find it at:
http:// tinyurl.com/3t2cov

CURSOR CHAOS
This series of mini games tests your
ability to figure out what you're even
supposed to be doing, and then forces
you to do it in about four seconds. Jump-
ing cars over rocks, and getting ghosts
through little red doors are just a few of
the challenges on the agenda. The game
is fast-paced and it will take several
tries to beat all 42 levels.
Find it at:
http://tinyurl.com/cave9m

SINGLE REVIEW
MY LIFE WOULD SUCK WIT
KELLY CLARKSON
Kelly Clarkson's latest single, "My Lift
example of why she has continued to cli:
Idol." Beginning with an irresistible guit
lyrics like "Guess this means you're sorry
means you take back / all you said before
before shoving them quickly into a soari
doesn't claim to be. It's simply pure radi
the guilty pleasure of many.

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