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your ears as th eydrill your teeth. Thursday: RYTH
McFEUO, voted Best Local Band.
U-Club
(763-2236)
Friday: New Music with DJ Jeffrey. Saturday: UAC
Soundstage. Thursday: Reggae w/ DJ Creole Kid

The Ark
Friday: Bela Fleck and the tkones, banjo
music. Saturday: Patty Larkin, folk. Sunday:
Vincent York and the New York Force, jazz.
Tuesday: Fred Small, good music. Thursday: Two
Nice Girls, Austin rockers.
Bird of Paradise
(662-8310)
Friday: Sheila Landis and her Quartet, jazz.
Saturday: See Friday.
The Blind Pig
(996-8555
Friday: Captain Dave and the sychedelic Lounge

Cats, a must-see for those who like meat
Saturday: Frank Allison and the Odd Sox.
Tuesday: Pontiac, with local hero Phil Tepley.
Wednesday: Weather Vanes, hard rock. Thursday:
Goon Skwad, Mark Goellner s favorite ska band.
Club Heidelberg
(994-3562)
Saturday: Jim arroll, poet. Wednesday:
Superchunk/Skinflip, two bands with talent
Thursday: Rwaseem and All You Can Eat, ditto.
Mainstreet Comedy Showcase
(996-9080)
Friday, Saturday: Ross 'Eddie Strange' Bennett, a
humorous fellow indeed.
Rick's American Cafe
(996-2747)
Friday: The Toll/The Hannibals, one's from Ohio,
one likes elephants. Saturday: Bone Daddies,
funky Americans. Sunday: Fully Loaded, never
had a misfire. Monday: The Attic, classic Rockers.
Wednesday: M.O.D., dental students who please

F R I D A Y
A Day in the Death o Joe Egg. A play in which a
couple analyzes their life with a brain-damaged
daughter. Ann Arbor Civic Theater. 8 pm. $6. 662-
7282.
RC Formal/HAC Benefit. A party with a
conscience featuring Wishing Field, Dirty Street
Detour and Southgoing Zak. Formal attire optional.
Union, Pendleton Rm, 9 pm. $5 in advance, $6
there. Students/guests only. 769-6822.
Katsurako Mikami. World renowned pianist
performs Debussy and Ravel. Kerrytown Concert
House, 8 pm. $5-$15. 769-2999.
Shaping Forces. Five BFA students present their
solo and collective efforts at portraying the effect
our surroundings have on us. Dance Bldg., Studio
A (behind CCRB), 8 pm. $5.763-5460.
U"M Wind Recital. Works by Hartley, Jacob, and
Handel, directed by H. Robert Reynolds. Rackham
Lecture Hall, 8 pm. Free. 763-4726.

Faculty Recital, Ed Parmentier conducts works of
Bach, Byrd, and others. Moore Hall, School of
Music. 8 pm. Free. 763-4726.
H.M.S. Pinafore, Performed by the U-M Gilbert
and Sullivan Society, it's the story of love's attempt
to bridge social and economic boundaries.
Mendelssohn Theater, 8 pm. $5-$10.761-7855 or
763-1085.
Into The Woods. A fairy tale for adults by Stephen
Sondheim. Performed by the U-M Musical Theater
and the University Symphony Orchestra. Power
Center, 8 pm. $5-$12.764-0450.
On the Verge, or The Geography of Learning.
Time-travelling Victorian women scope out the
1 950s. Can you say 'culture shock?' Performed by
Basement Arts. Arena Theater, Frieze Building. 5
pm. Absolutely free. 764-5350.
Spalding Gray: All Talk, No Action. A personal
history of the American Theater by one of the
wittiest of our time. Michigan Theater, 8 pm.
$13.50-$15.50. 668-8397.
Harpsichordist Edward Parrnentier in Recital.
Blanche Anderson Moore Hall, School of Music, 8
pm.
Raiders of the Lost Art. A benefit for the new
Tiffany glass display, it's a mystery! A fundraising
treasure hunt in two museums, and includes a
gourmet boxed supper. 5:30 pm. $35. 747-2064.
Ann Arbor Symphony Season. The orchestra
wraps up the 1990-91 with the overture to "The
Marriage of Figaro" and special guest Michelle-
- Makarski. Mich Th, 8 pm. $12-$17.50. 668-8397.

Butch Thompson Trio. The Prairie Home
Companion" veteran plays vintage jazz and
ragtime. Peter Madcat" Ruth guest stars.
Rakham Aud,. 8 pm. $10-$20. 763-TKTS.
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. See Friday.
H.M.S. Pinafore.See Friday.
into The Woods. See Friday.
On the Verge, or The Geography of Learning.
See Friday.
Shaping Forces. See Friday.
SUNDAY
A Masque of Bels for the Carillon. U-M
composer Leslie Bassett's work for the big
instrument atop the bell tower is performe
University Carilloneur Margo Halstead. Burton
Memorial Tower, 3 pm. Free. 763-4726.
Campus Band. This ensemble of non-music
majors specializes in difficult pieces. Hill Aud, 4
pm. Free. 763-4726.
. . . . . .
H.M.S. Pinafore. See Friday. 2 pm.
Into The Woods, See Friday.
TUESDAY
U-M Handbell Ringers. Spring program directed
by Asst. Prof. Margo Halsted. University Museum
of Art, 430 pm. 764-2539.
U-M Ensembles. The University Symphony
Orchestra, Choir and Chamber Choir perform
Gluck, Beethoven and Poulenc. Hill Aud, 8 pm.
Free. 763-4726.
Only A Mother. A band so diverse it can not only
play guitar and violin, but dulcidrum, hecklephone,
and water. Performance Network, 8:30 pm. $7.
663-0681.
WEDNESDAY
University Philharmonia Orchestra. Student
ensemble performs Shostakovich. Hill Aud, 8 pm.
S2*8

Best Fad
Worst Fad
Rollerblades
Those of us who had traumatic
roller-skating experiences during
childhood refuse to even discuss
rollerblading.
Best Slang
"Fresh"
"Fresh" won, but at the Daily
we prefer to use the term "first-
year."
Worst Slang
"Dude"
Are the voters making a
linguistic or a political statement?
Best Thing About Ann
Arbor
U-M
Diversity, people, women's
power, and finally, dirt were other
suggestions. (If you know what
dirtless town thatlast vote came
from, let us know.)

Worst Thing About
Ann Arbor
Weather, Corey Dolgon,
parking, protestors, Domino's Pizza,
and "the Galleria shopping thing
from Hell on South University."
[Note: Bucky Farrow received a
vote for both best and worst thing
about Ann Arbor, and thus is
ineligible to win either category. We
can all agree, however, that
although Bucky is something of a
mixed blessing, he (or it) is a force
which we can no longer afford to
ignore.]
Best Parking Place
Nowhere
Drivers would be well-advised to
do as one voter recommends, and
park in Ypsilanti.
Best Place to Go When
in An Altered State
The Arb
Oooh... man... lookit the trees...

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Best "Best of Ann
Arbor" Issue
The Michigan Daily
An easy victory, considering that
our only competition was the Ann
Arbor Metro Times. In case you
don't read the Metro Times, which
is very likely, its chief journalistic
achievement is a hot & sleazy
Romance ads section whose phone
number is 96-CLASS. We are not
making this up.

We at Weekend are rather
ticked off, since we've been doing a
"Best of Ann Arbor" issue for nine
years now. They say that imitation
is the sincerest form of flattery, but
we were gratified to see that the
students haven't taken their support
elsewhere, since they
overwhelmingly pronounced our
version the superior one.
We hate to admit it, but some of
the big cheeses at the Metro Times

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