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August 12, 1988 - Image 9

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Arts Update
*Friday, August 12th - It's not The Holy Cows milk the Beat, 215
Baroque, but it is a night of free N. Main (above the Heidelberg), to
chamber music at 8 p.m. at the support their new cassette Greener
School of Music recital hall. School Sidewalks.
of Music students Joanna Cowan -Thursday, August 18th -Lo-
(flute), Kennen White (clarinet), and cal classical and jazz guitarist Geof-
Susan Keith Gray (piano) perform frey Esty performs original
music by Berg, Busser, Debussy, compositions and and other works at
Emmanuel, Reinecke, and Faure. the Blossom Foods Cafe, 396 W.
-Friday, August 12th- 66 Spy Washington, at 9 p.m.
spices up the Apartment Lounge 'Thursday, August 18th - A
with their dance music flavored with southern Big Chill ?The Wake of
Latin/Caribbean rhythms ... The Jamey Foster by Beth Henley be-
Difference hits Rick's with their gins its run at Performance Network
MTV award winning style - but did tonight at 8 p.m. Call 663-0681 for
they meet Mark Goodman? more info.
-Friday, August 12th - Check -Friday, August 19th and
out one of director Wim Wenders Saturday, August 20th - Ann
(ofWings of Desire fame) more Arbor's favorite, I-Tal, mellows out
earthly films, The American Friend, Rick's with their reggae rhythms.
at 7 and 9:30 p.m. at MLB4. Get there early.
-Saturday, August 13th - -Saturday, August 20th - Ed-
Chicago's Lil' Ed & the Blues die Shaw, regarded as the premier
Imperials rave into Rick's with their blues sax player, comes with his
no-holds-barred blues boogie. Their Wolf Gang to the Blind Pig at 9:30
stage antics are legendary, too ... p.m. Cover is a mere $5.
Steve Nardella brings his own brand -Friday, August 26th - John
of the blues to the Pig. Sinclair, the former manager of the
-Sunday, August 14th - Ex. MC5, will appear at the Plum
pect some powerful sounds coming Street Boutique, which is actually
from the Power Center as folk rocker located at 120 Pearl St. in Ypsilanti.
Bonnie Raitt makes her first appear- Sinclair will be autographing copies
ance in Ann Arbor in ten years at 8 of his newly repulbished essay col-
p.m. lection Guitar Army, which spills
-Sunday, August 14th -Love
is a Dog From Hell. No, it's not
My Life As A Dog, but gee, they do
sound similar don't they? You too
can compare tonight at 6:15 and 8
p.m. It runs through Sunday the
21st.
-Monday, August 15th -
Bostonians The Neighborhoods
move into town with their energetic
melodies from their latest, Reptile
Man. They're at the Pig at 9:30
p.m.
'Tuesday, August 16th -
Shades of the Stooges ...to's AROUND
No Minds appear at the Pig with
their MC5ish style ... Martin flies Share the
in with his Kites to Rick's - don't
miss out, you never know when
he'll be back in town. new s,
-Wednesday, August 17th -
Bob Hoskins (Mona Lisa) is the
target of Maggie Smith's romantic
advances in The Lonely Passion of uit H n te c a
Judith Hearne at the Michigan at'~
7:15 p.m.
-Wednesday, August 17th -
ATTfENTICON STUI0ENTS
Spring & Summer Employment
- U1IVINC NCDW-
Go Full Time After Classes
Call Mr. Il0nd
996-8890

The Michigan Daily - Friday, August 12, 1988 - Page 9 ,
all the dope about the MC5, the to the Farm Council Grounds from through Wednesday run at the
White Panther Party, and what is 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Featured speakers Michigan tonight at 8:15 p.m.
like to be a rock and roll fan around are Russ Gibb, the man who started -Continuing - Vatican frescoes
here in the '60s. Call 482-2047 for the "Paul is dead" rumor right here by Michelangelo are on campus now
more info. in Ann Arbor (actually, right here in through September 24th at the
-Saturday, August 27th - the Daily) and the afore-mentioned Hatcher Library Rare Book Room.
Sottini's Sub Shop, 205 S. Fourth, John Sinclair, the man whose drug Call 764-9377 for hours.
once again hosts the infamous open possession charges drew John and -Continuing - The One One
stage poetry reading from 8 p.m. - 1 Yoko to Ann Arbor. How can you Eight Gallery, 118 N. Fourth, pre-
a.m. pass this one up? sents Lucy Arai-Abramson: Dia-
-Saturday, August 27th - -Sunday, August 28th - Sa- logues Toward Unity, an exhibit of
Strawberry fields forever ... The lome's Last Dance, a new release by her sculptures and two-dimensional
Second Annual All Together Now: director Ken Russell and a great ex- works. Call 662-3382 for more in-
A Celebration of the Beatles comes ample of Decadence, begins its formation.

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