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July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…~be £idligau 1atijj Ninety- nine years of editorial freedom Vol. XCIX, NO. 9-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, July 21, 1989 Th.Tigt Day Nurses picket 'U' Hospitals BY WENDY WORTHEN At 6 am Wednesday, the 1,700 member University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council began a strike against the University of Michigan Hospitals. All Registered Nurses in non-supervisory positions at UMH are members of UMPNC, which is a local bargaining unit of the...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989 Strike Continued from Page 1 nurses can work elsewhere for the same money, but in less stressful environments. Also,the constant in- flux of new, untrained staff adds to the responsibilities of the senior nursing staff. Most nurses said they want the administration to hire more nursing staff, decrease the amount of manda- tory overtime expected from them, and improve staff retention rates by offe...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…Activists to present petition against mobile missiles BY CHERYL WISTROM Members of the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy/ National Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (SANE/FREEZE) will present a pe- tition with 25,000 signatures of Michigan residents who oppose they installation of the MX missile rail garrison to Senator Carl Levin's Detroit office on Tuesday. Authorization for the mobile missile installation, which would be based at Wurtsmith ...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…OPINION I Page4. The Michigan Daily *I Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan 420 Maynard St. VoL. XCIX, NO. 9-S 42 anr t Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Unsigned editorials represent a majority of the Daily's Editorial Board. All other cartoons, signed articles, and letters do not necessarily represent the opinion of nhe Daily. Cuba serves as example 115AA&y., "AA% 'U' shortchanges athletes THE SUCCESSES of Michigan ath- foo...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVES The Michigan Daily Page 5 a- SAPAC 24-hour phone line needs volunteers by Jennifer Walker Most of us know the history of how the Sexual Assault Prevention and, Awareness Center came to be here on campus in February, 1986. We have heard about the student protestors demanding action; re- member hearing about the list of demands including better lighting, transportation, workshops on rape prevention, counseling and support ser...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

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July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989-Page 7 ISR students conduct local police accreditation survey BY SAM GREEN Students in an Institute for Social Research summer program are phoning Ann Arbor residents with a survey that they designed to measure community perceptions of the city's police department. The survey was commissioned by the Ann Arbor Police Department as part of an accreditation process that the department is undergoing with th...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989-Page 9 Photos clockwise from top left: 1. Ann Marie Fisher carries her son, Jared, through the rain-soaked streets of the Fair. 2. Jeff Bates, Jerry Moomaw, and David Skundor show off their best tye-dyes. 3. Ann Arbor resident J. Robert Black Jr., a 29-year veteran of the Art Fair, sculpts his creations for an eager crowd of onlookers in front of the Michigan Union. 4. Eric Lundgrun of Dallas, Texas mas...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1985 Domino's Continued from Page 3 Michigan, yet cancelled a NOW fundraiser for pro-choice activities. lowed, and that Domino's is "looking at a pesticide free environ- *are Pavelich, public relations ment." manager for Domino's, said, "Our The coalition also said that procedures were not followed by Monaghan gave $50,000 to the ref- NOW," adding that NOW did not tell erendum ballot committee for the...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989-Page 11 -v/s ASI KM4vC wAA~ r F M atlock to be first wjf (f Sl N; ~ l c"cIy A : O AY?YWU TIAN Ifak * 7// /J Director of (IMA C/TNJA S EN ANES A 'AFMm0 7ANKS UA p ON A BY WENDY WORTHEN student at Ferris State. I knew at KIIS-/TAp F- - After a nine month search, the some point I would return to higher -ARPT - Office of Minority Affairs announced education... but I thought it was im- - 4. on Tuesday its sel...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

…ARTS The Michigan Doily Page 12 w Performance stages offer art at a fair price BY MICHAEL PAUL FISCHER "It isn't art," one localite com- Jazz Network at 5, 6:15, and 7:30 plains, "and it isn'tfair." respectively. Dancers claim the stage Now: I'll admit that a lot of the during Saturday's 11 to 3 schedule, Ann Arbor Art Fairs' gallery-quality in-cluding Ypsilanti's Randazzo stuff is pretty nice; but the bottom Dance Studio (11 a.m.), Danc...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 13

…John Cougar Mellencamp (left) says he might no longer hit the tour circuit with his crack band: pictured left to right are Larry Crane (guitar), Crystal Taliefero (vocals), John Cascella (accordion), Lisa Germano (violin), Toby Myers (bass), Kenny Aronoff (drums), Pat Peterson (vocals), and Mike Wanchic (guitars). John Cougar Mellencamp Big Daddy Polygram "Never had no weird hair to get my songs over," explains John Cougar Mellencamp in the c...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 14

…Page 14-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989 GET PUBLISHED! The Michiganensian is looking for creative students to fill the following positions: Editors Reporters Layout Artists Graphic Artists Photographers Darkroom Technicians Call Jennifer Worick at 764-0379 for details. ALL-CAMPUS iE SIIt YEARBOOK Look in the Daily for information about our fall term mass meeting. Director Kenneth Anger's Lucifer Rising has existed in many different fo...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 15

…SPORTS s Page 15 The Michigan Daily 1w - Middaugh resigns as coach BY STEVE BLONDER Mike Gill Gill Again The expected finally came true *Bud-ball wasn't kept between the foul lines last Friday, when Bud Middaugh resigned as the Michigan baseball coach. The Michigan athletic department issued a one-sentence release saying, that Athletic Director Bo Schembechler had accepted Middaugh's resignation. The rn.-Rnntnn arnorarn ratA 1- o in ...…

July 21, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 9) • Page Image 16

…Page 16-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 21,1989 Schembechler assertive during first year as AD BY STEVE BLONDER Associate Athletic Director in charge Everyone knew he could coach of Development, and the formation football. But effectively run one of of monthly newsletters in order to the most comprehensive athletic better communicate with alumni. departments in the country while Alums are now regularly being still practicing his trade on the ...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 25-S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, July 21, 1983 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Dnil Poto byELIZABETH SCCTT Charla Khanna sits among her papier-mache dolls, one of which sold for $800. All the dolls were sold hy 10:30 yesterday morning. Art fair ov Di firta annual art fai By KAREN TENSA eliminate confusion and she allowed Not many art fair patrons yester- only four people at a time to day saw Charla Khanna's e...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 Union ice cream shop opens for fair crowds By KAREN TENSA other Ann Arbor parlors. The first of six new fast food places in Seating for approximately four hun- the Michiganfirt o nnewafod esrday dred customers has also been coin- the Michigan Union opened yesterday pleted in the basement, which is - just in time for the art fair crowds, paneled in Union's original architec- The ice cream pa...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 - Page 3 DECISION ADDS TO 'U' COSTS New draft-aid law burdens 'U' By JACKIE YOUNG University financial aid officials this we mass-mailing forms to nearly 11,000 studen ply with a law linking student aid to Selectiv, registration. The law, ordered into effect July 1, by Supreme Court following a number of tur requires all students applying for federal ai form certifying they have registered with tiv...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 Reagan officials head for Bohemian club WASHINGTON (AP) - Several Reagan administration officials, in- cluding two senior cabinet officers, are packing for the annual gathering of the all-male Bohemian club in Northern California - and a quick inspection of a nearby naval station means taxpayers will pay the airfare for at least some of them. Defense Secretary Caspar Wein- berger and two o...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 - Pageo5 'U' campaign should raise $160 million (ContirhtedfromtPage 1) veteran of two successful fund raising drives at Stanford University. The University's efforts to procure gifts have paid off handsomely in recent years. Through May of this year, the University had received $35 million, nearly $10 million more than last year's figure at this time. If the money does come in for the Campaign for...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…OPINION Page 6 The Michigan Daily Thursday, July 21, 1983 4 The Michigan Daily Vol. XCIII, No. 25-S 93 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by students of The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Hank the Knife SOUND THE horns, roll out the red carpet, Henry's coming back to town. His mission:To head a "bipartisan" national com- mission on Central America for his dining pal, Pre...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 - Page 7 Harvard student's scheme fails Preliminary hearings were held last week for a Cambridge man charged with raping a former Harvard Univer- COLLEGES' sity student and forcing her to black- mail a top Harvard law professor. The woman, whose name and age have not been released, testified that in February her boyfriend, A. Victor Gaentas, allegedly raped her and then forced her to tell Cambridge...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, July 21, 1983 'YEAR OF LIVING ~IF~Ei~fb1 I I .I I I I 1 . HK - DANGEROUSLY" _ 'Pink Floyd The Wall' "LOVE SYNDROME" & "AUNT PEG'S FULFILLMENT" XXX "Harold and Maude" If you find your naein today's MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YgOUWIN TWO FREE TICKETS to any one of STATE 1-2-3-4 MIDNIGHT MOVIES 0 . I ol o .1 1 7 . I ' } - I- I I I ' ! 1 1 . 1 - t I t t 1 1 I t 1 i t rt "1 1 2 t r 1 - i" .} r...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 9

…FALL RENTAL OAK TERRACE APTS. 908 Oakland DELUXE, furnished efficiencies ai bedrooms-parking, laundry, storage, dishwa Close tolaw and business schools. CalI9944978or994-1019 persistently. Fall Rental Forest Terrace Apartment 1001 S. Forest MODERN-2 BEDROOM APTS. available fo Fully furnished and carpeted. Each apt. eqi with its own burglar alarm system. Private pa free. Garbage disposals - air conditioning. 24 emergency maintenance service. Li...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 10

…I ARTS Page 10 Thursday, July 21, 1983 The Michigan Daily Police produce powerful sounds By Larry Dean It's been a mere five years and as. many albums since the Police's debut LP, outlandos d'Amour, came out in 1978. "Roxanne" was an immediate radio hit, and that, coupled with a grueling tour schedule by the then fledgling trio, pushed them into the limelight and - viola!- a sensation is fullblown-arrived. Even now, with their fifth and best...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 11

…Sounds of silence to £ F OR THOSE of us who know Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel only from their classic records and an oc- casional appearance on late night TV, Friday night promises to be an Event approaching the second coming of Homer. The contemporary duo is responsible for poetry on which at least an entire generation was raised. Even for those who were not living in the spiritual world of the '60s, the harmonies and groundbreaking arrangem...…

July 21, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 25) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS Thursday, July 21, 1983 4 Page 12 The Michigan Daily NCAA TV debate goes on 4 By MIKE BERRES First of a two-part series "You would have to be a Philadelphia lawyer to completely understand what's going on," said Will Perry, Michigan's assistant athletic director on Tuesday, summing up the chaotic college football television righta situation currently being reviewed by the Supreme Court. LAST YEAR the University of Oklahoma and the...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…ART FAIR GUIDE intoday' TlIhe Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 44-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, July 21, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages plus Supplement 15 Tuition hike set for Regents' vote By BILL SPINDLE The University Regents will be asked to approvea 15 percent tuition increase at their monthly meeting tomorrow, a University administrators said yester- day. Vice President for Academic Affairs Billy Frye said the 15 percent hike proposed by h...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…Page 2--Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily House Speaker Crim to run for 'U'Regent LANSING (UPI) - House Speaker was "the single most important factor Bobby Crim, who is retiring from his in what success I have had. post, says he will seek the Democratic "I have seen first-hand how impor- omination to the Board of Regents at tant a quality college education can be the University of Michigan - his alma to an individual, and I want to c...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-Page 3 ARTIST ATTEMPTS TO REGAIN SPOT IN FAIR Char rejecte Street discrin binerg day in Lockar Jam Arbor was n( "know discrin becals GOM Street Lockar judging stitute proces The race, s Kunstli ted) to proces Hearing opens in art fair case By KRISTIN STAPLETON Kunstler, who is noted for his defense is virtually impossible to prove ging that artist Jon Lockard was of the Chicago Seven, was delayed i...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily IRA sets off bombs in London, 8 ill d LONDON (AP) - The IRA brought its bloody offensive back to the heart of, London yesterday, setting off bombs in Hyde Park and Regent's Park that killed eight soldiers, including mem- bers of an army band, wounded 51 people and sent six-inch nails knifing through the queen's ceremonial guard and their horses.- The nail bomb went off without ; warning at 10...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 5

…ISMRRD director debates recommendation for closure (Continued from Page 1) "They (the subcommittee) looked at Grossman said that "to maintain a what they saw and said this is bad, let's commitment like that is naive. The get rid of it, without any thought toward clinic provided a conduit to other units the implications. Frankly, I find that in the University, but alone, it can't offensive." _fulfill a commitment to research in GROSSMAN'S state...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 6

…p0n 4 Page 6 Wednesday, July 21, 1982 The Michigan Daily f The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 44-S Ninety-two Years of Editorial Freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Open the fair T HE ANNUAL ART fair begins today and, as usual, throngs of people are expected to converge on the State, South University, and Main Street exhibits. But this year, the art fair has been tainted by a controversy, involving alleged...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 7

…Arts The Michigan Daily Wednesday, July 21, 1982 Page 7 Records oily Poto ny uELIZABETH SC:OT Volunteers help set up the framework to the row of stalls that will house several artists at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair on East University. Klique-'Let's Wear It Out!, 'LA. Connection' (MCA) If MCA could only get their art depar- tment to cooperate, I think they might have major hits on their hands here. But it would be asking too much to ex- pe...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily Ladies & Gents, If you find yoo ;, HOT LUNCH name intodoy Rol s (XXX) MICHIGAN DAILY RollingStones clossified poqe YOU WIN Harold TWO FREE TICKETS -"ART HUR" 'TIC ETSf _ and Maude loony one of Dudley Moore . STATE 1-2-3 4 (4th year) MIDNIGHT MOVIES 4 LOST: 4/mo. old kitten. Beige and gold, tiger, long hair.OaklandandArborarea.Call662-6424. 16A0724 LOFT FOR SALE-excellent condition, 2 beds...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 9

…- -- I _ I I . - . I .- I I . -1 1 1 1 1 1 I I - -1 1 1 1 T I - I TI- , I - I - I T.- - , T1 "I r- {: " . _ . I I. 1 l l The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-Page 9 Ladies & Gents H LUNCH[If you find your tUOT nome in today's (XXX) MICHIGAN DAILY Reiq Stes_ classified page YOU WIN Harold TWO FfEE TICKETS "ARTHUR" and Maude noAyE1of D l) M 1-2-3-4 Dudley Maare (4th year) MIONIGHT MOVIES 1. 1 . f I ' l l 1 1 i 1 I t .1 A . 1 . 1....…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Wednesday, July 21,1 Daily Photo by ELIZABETH SCOTT On the boardwalk This bikepath along the Huron River provides a local cyclist with an alternative to Atlantic City's famed attraction. Cablevision bill sparks controversy (Continued from Page 3) backwards. Cable TV is a local business. Local governments know what the cities need, not the federal government." He also said that the bill is incon- sistent with Reagan's "New Federalism"...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-Page 11 PASSES TOUGH TO HANDLE Recruits try to adjust to Turner By RON POLLACK Henderson. "For example, I'd pick and he'd think Michigan guard Eric Turner dribbled the ball past waa going back door and throw it away." the free throw line, turned his back on the basket and If it's any consolation to the Wolverine recruit then somehow fired a perfect blind pass over his left even an experienced player...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 12

…1 l 1 Sports Page 12 Wednesday, July 21, 1982 The Michigan Dail Petry-quiets Chicago bats By JIM DWORMAN collected the 1,500th hit of his major league career, lashed a SpecialtoteDaily grounder up the middle that knocked Petry off the mound. DETROIT- A cool breeze blew through Tiger Stadium last But Tiger second baseman Lou Whitaker scooped up the ball night. near second, stepped on the bag and fired the ball to first It came not from the sky...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 14

…Page 2-Wednesday,'July21, :1982 -h Michigan Daily SURVIVOR BOB B3LOOI)STONE: EYE OF THE TIGERSWEGALOGAYBC- including: JME u G ALOGIAYBAI Eye Of The Tiger G incuding:m est~elOignal loin icu flNI EI The One That Really Matters HA NDS GoO nryoweste Sudac I'm Not That Man Anymore WeGoAlong Way Back Children 0f The Night/American HearteatJDOW N My Loe Grows Stronger aww JhanushoozORIGINAL. RobertaMOTION PICTURE P }0 / Q~tSOUNDTRACK!!I TOP HITSALBU...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 21,1982-Page 3 Art fair overtakes A2 By FANNIE WEINSTEIN It's almost enough to make you forget the heat and. Actually, the annual event is three fairs in one. everyone, even the curiosity seeker who already has nearly 100 percent humidity. And for a four-day " The State Street Art Fair, located on stretches of the ideal sculpture or wallhanging they always want- stretch in late July, almost half a million peo...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 16

…Page 4-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily LOCAL GR OUP SEEKS SUPPOR T Political booths sell ideas, not art By SCOTT STUCKAL This week's art fair will enable more than 1,000 artists to display their work to hundreds of thousands of potential buyers, but other vendors will be on hand, trying to sell ideas rather than art. Local political and cause-oriented organizations will be gathered in front of the Engineering Arch at the intersec- ...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-Page 5 Fair makes business boom By CHARLES THOMSON It's a merchant's dream. Almost half a million people crowd into a few square miles of Ann Arbor for four days-and nearly all of these visitors come with bulging wallets and an inclination to spend. "IT'S JUST unbelievable what the street fair has done for buisness," said Mary Dibble, who owns clothing stores downtown and on South University. "Peopl...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 18

…Page 6-Wednesday, July 21 1982-The Michigan Daily Local acts highlight entertainment By ROBERT WEISBERG For those of you who are music lovers, but think the art fair is all art and no play, a visit to the steps of the Michigan Union or the Graceful Arch should prove otherwise. Throughout the four-day event, both the University Artists and Craftsmen Guild's Summer Arts Festival and the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair will be spon- soring acts at the...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily--Wedn~sday, July 21 1982-Page 7 Ofart and fun at the fair By MARK GINDIN They come in droves of hundreds of thousands. The numbers boggle the mind. Enough come to town during these four days to populate the city for an en- tire year. And those who run into town come from all walks of life. Each has his own level of understan- ding. There are the connoisseurs of art, the ones who look at hunks of welded and twisted metal, th...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 20

…Page 8-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily Catherine -*One Way Street+f ~OO + -Ann - n a Sre 0 Summer Arts Festival 2E OnoaySret JacksonHun IEENEUUUUUUEUUUUWashinytor EU*agaUUUUEUE ®* nffna0o oohLiberty * InformowtowationmtioBooth< LCente *EUUUU E.....,,, $UWilliam*U Food c -- -o- LL .ti p F-- *Jefferson wU a',,Ci iI Sadiumn PioneeeeighHchoolA …

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 21

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-Page 9 Shuttle Bus Hours of Operation: Wednesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Shuttle Bus Fare-60¢. Call 996-0400-For all city bus route information. One Way f n ayFM1 o P + 4-0- One Way -0- Ann d c > - Z Z FIR * ,~i55.ShuttlettParPirkin HM Thhutl PLarkGedde inisesity Washrsns A Council t Mista qv he h1t9El C a Universityow u SreCls ft Tihod Croseddidwaks Iaeicersit C ashtenaw of Eo...…

July 21, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 44) • Page Image 22

…Page 10-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily HOME TURNS INTO 'COTTA GE INDUSTR Y' Ceramist's craft is family affair By JULIE HINDS For local potter Callie Dean,.par- ticipating in the city's art fair has tur- ned into a family affair. "My house is a factory, a cottage in- dustry," said Dean, whose entire family is put to work during the three to four months leading up to her art fair appearance. From kitchen to bedroom to living room, ...…

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