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9
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August
Year
1974
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Tri 9 Moon in Aries, then in Taurus 12:12pm MOVIES ANN ARBOR ♦Cinema Guild: African Queen (John Huston); 7:3O& 9:30; $1. ♦Cinema II: Battle of Algiers (Pontecoruo); 7:?0 & 9:45; $1. Summer Film Showcase: Music Cinema; 7 & 9:15; Free. DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2: Me (Naked Childhood (France, 1968, dir. by Maurice Pialat); 7 & 9; $2. MUSIC ANN ARBOR ♦Bimbo's: Gaslighters; 9; $.50 (Jazz) ♦Blind Pig: Otherside; 9:30; $1 (Jazz) ♦Golden Falcon: Reunión; 9:30; $2 (Jazz) ♦Mr Flood'sParty: Gil's Group; 9:30, $1 ♦Rubaiyat: The Extensión; 9:30; $1.50, $1 w dinner (Theatrical Review) ♦The Ark Coffee House: George Pederson; 9; $1.50 (Folk) YPSILANTI ♦Bimbo's: East River Drive; 9; $1 (R&R) ♦SudsFactory: Masquerade; 9:30; $1 (R&R) ♦Underground: Iris; 9 (R&R) ♦Huron Motor Inn: Flip Jackson Quartet; 10 (Jazz) DETROIT & SUBURBS ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Bebop Sound of Hindalbutts Quintet ♦Dirty Helen's Saloon: Shiloh Morning (pop) ♦Earth Center: Folk Music; $1 ♦Moby Dick Lounge: Jim Smithson; 9:3C (50's Rock) ♦Raven Gallery: Odetta;9:30& 11:30; $3 (Folk) Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Times Band; Free (R&R) Union Street: Mary Foley; 9; Free "Trading Post: Taylor Brothers (R&R) The Stables (E. Lansing): Lightning Red (2843 E. Grand River, E. Lansing) Toledo Masonic Auditorium: Dionne Warwicke; 8 Meadowbrook: Ann Murray; 8:30; $3-$7; 377-2010 Pine Knob: Joni Mitchell; 8; $5-$7; 647-7790 EVENTS New Zoo Review, syndicated children's TV show, Briarwood Mali, Grand Court; lpm BARN DANCE w the Rockets, Bob Seger, & The Rabbitts-Tickets $5, available at St. Stree Glass & Ned's Bookstore. 'Health Care in China - symposium presen ted by US-China People's Friendship Committee, Michigan Union, 8pm. DETROIT Polish Festival; Detroit Riverfront, 6-1 lpm SatlO Moon in Taurus MOVIES ( mema II: Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (Wrede); 7:30 & 9:30; $1. MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo'si sec Friday 89 Blind Pig: see Friday 89 Mr. llood's Party: see Friday 89 'Kubaiyat: see Iriday 89 I he Ark Coffee House: Invitatonal Hoot; 9; SI (Folk) YPSILANTI Bimbo's: see Friday 89 Suds Factory: sec Iriday 89 Underground: see Friday 89 Huron Motor Inn: see Friday 89 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Friday 89 Dirty Helen's Saloon: see Friday 89 Earth Center: see Friday 89 Moby Dick Lounge: see Friday 89 "Raven Gallery: see Friday 89 "Trading Post: see Friday 89 "Union Street: see Friday 89 The Stables (E. Lansing): see Friday 89 "The August Jam" (Biggest Outdoor Concert Festival of the Summer) at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Charlotte, North Carolina. Headlining the festival will be the Allman Bros.; Emerson, Lake, & Palmer; Black Oak Arkansas; plus The Eagles; The Ozark Mountain DaredevUs; Foghat; The Marshall Tucker Band; and plenty more. EVENTS ANN ARBOR New Zoo Review; Briarwood (see 89) 5th Ann Arbor Medieval Festival; 1 lam-9pm; U of M School of Music Lake, North Campus; Music, Theatre, Crafts & Dance; Free. Don't miss it! DETROIT Polish Festival; Detroit Riverfront, 12-1 lpm Fair at Eastern Farmer's Market; northwest corner of Fisher Freeway, Gratiot intersection ELSEWHERE ""Holland Outdoor Arts & Crafts Show, Centennial Park, River Ave., Holland, Mich. Manistique Arts & Crafts Show, Manistique High School Gymnasium ♦Waterfront Art Fair; East Part, Charlevoix Sun 11 Moon in Taurus, then in Gemini 7:15pm MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Golliard Brass Ensemble; 9:30; $1 (Classical) Golden Falcon: Mojo is DJ; 9:30; $1 .50 Mr. Flood's Party: Stu Zonder; Afternoon Otis Spann Memorial Field: Salem Witchcraft; Cloudburst, Denny Maurry Band, & Martian Enthropy Band; 2-6pm; Free YPSILANTI Suds Factory: Masquerade; 9:30; $.50 (R&R) Underground: see Friday 89 DETROIT & SUBURBS Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Friday 89 RavenGallery: see Friday 89 Union Street: Jill Philips; 9; Free Griffin Hollow Amphitheatre (2000 Talbot Rd., Windsor): Chuck Berry & Bob Seger; 3pm $5 Pine Knob: War; 7:30; $4-$6; 647-7790 The Stables (E. Lansing): see Friday 89 Remick Shell (Belle !sle): Classical music; Free TV 3:30pm-BIood and Sand (Tyrone Power & Rita Hayworth, Drama, 1 94 1 ) 50 6:00pm-Star Trek (Capt. Kirk investigates presence of a mass executioner-50 8:00pm-Sherlock Holmes Festival (Sherlock Holmes and the Spiderwoman)-50 1 1 :00pm-Midwestern Governor's Conference - 50 1 1 :45pm-The Tall Men (Clark Gable & Jane Russell)-7 EVENTS ANN ARBOR New Zoo Review; Briarwood (see 89) 5th Ann Arbor Medieval Festival; 1 lam-9pm; U of M School of Music Lake, North Campus; Music. Theatre, Crafts and Dance; Free. Don't miss it! DETROIT Polish I estival; Detroit Riverfront, 1 2-1 1 pin ELSEWHERE, Manistique Arts & Crat'ts Show; Manistique High School Gymnasium , on 12 Moon in Gemini MOVIES C'inema Guild: Saga of Gosta Berling Dancing Mothers (Stüler Brenon); 8; Free. MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Boogie Woogie Red; 9:30; $1 (Blues) Mr. Flood's Party: Stonehouse; 9:30; $.50 YPSILANTI Suds Factory: see Sunday 81 1 DETROIT & SUBURBS Side Door Lounge: Local Bands; Free Union Street: Kitty Donahue; 9; Free (Folk) Pine Knob: Three Dog Night; 7:30; $5-$7, 647-7790 TV 6:30am-Jazz 1950-Present (Swing to Bop)-7 2:30pm-Lilias, Yoga & You-56 6:00pm-see 2:3Opm 9:00pm-Superman 1&2 (Public Access-Cable TV)-F ll:30pm-Gene Tierney Festival (Close to My Heart, drama, 1951)-50 EVENTS Indoor Circus w aerial acts & animal acts presented three times daily; stage in Grand Court, Briarwood; Ham, lpm,& 7pm. Tues 13 Moon in Gemini, then in Cáncer 10:48pm MOVIES A2 Film Coop: Start the Revolution Without Me (Yerkin); 7:30 & 9:30; $1 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Rabbitts; 9:30; $1 (Jazz, R&R) Mr. Flood's Party: see Monday 812 YPSILANTI Suds Factory: Canyon; 9:30; $.50 (R&R) DETROIT & SUBURBS Dirty Helen's Saloon: Shiloh Morning (pop) Moby Dick Lounge: Jim Smithson; 9:30 (50's Rock Music) Raven Gallery: Bryan Bowers; 9:30 & 10:30 (Folk) Union Street: Michael Monahan; 9; Free Pine Knob: see Monday 812 TV 6:30am-History of Jazz (Charlie Parker)-7 6:3Opm - So Little Time (Animal yfe conservation)-56 8:00pm-Traffic of Transit (Alterna tives to the automobile)- 56 1 l:30pm-Gene Tierney Festival (China Girl, adventure-romance, 1943)- 50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR lndoor Circus; Briarwood (see 812) DETROIT "Visions of Reality (lecture): Flemish Painting 1400-1500": Prof. Michael Farrell (U of Windsor); 7:30-9:30pm; Detroit Institute of Arts. ELSEWHERE Sault Suramer Arts I estival. Courthouse Lnvn. Sault St. Marie. cWedl4 Moon in Cáncer MOVIES A2 Film Coop: Popcorn & Gas-s-s; Complete double-bill at 6'30 & 9:30; $1.50. Cinema Guild: The Round Up (Miklós Janeso) 7:30 & 9:30 ♦New World lilm Coop: Summer of '42 & The Heart is a Lonely Hun ter; 7. 9:30; $2 1 CAER MUSIC ANN ARBOR BlindPig: Otherside; 9:30; $1 (Jazz) GoIden Falcon: Agent 00 Soul is DJ; 9:30; $1 Mr. Flood's Party: Jawbone; 9:30 The Ark Coffee House: Hoot; 9; $1 (Folk) Flick"s Bar: Chinner Mitchell - Benefit for Ann Arbor SUN; 9-2; $.50 YPSILANTI Suds Factory: Jeremy Sleek: 9:30; $ 50 (R&R) ♦Underground: Riley; 9:30 (R&R) DETROIT & SUBURBS Dirty Helen's Saloon: see Tuesday 813 Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 813 Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Times BandFree (R&R) Union Street: Leona Schlack; 9; Free Pine Knob: Arlo Guthrie; 8; $4-$6; 647-7790 TV 6:30am-History of Jazz (Gillespie)-7 5:00pm-U of M Education School Program (Cable TV)-E 9:30pm-The Boarding House (The Pointer Sisters)-56 10:30pm-Peter Paul & Mary (The Song is Love)-56 ll:30pm-Gene Tierney Festival (A Bell for Adano; drama, 1945)-50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Indoor Circus; Briarwood (see 812) ELSEWHERE Sault Summer Arts Festival; Courthouse lawn, Sault St. Marie. Thurs 15 Moon in Cáncer, then in Leo 1 1 :26pm MOVIES A2 Film Coop: Theatre of Blood (Hickox); 7:30 & 9:30; $1.25 New World Film Coop: see Wednesday 814 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: George Pederson; 9:30; $1 (Blues & Gospel) Golden Falcon: Soulful Soulmates; 9:30; $1.50 (Soul) Mr. Flood's Party: see Wednesday 814 YPSILANTI Suds Factory: see Wednesday 814 ♦Underground: see Wednesday 814 DETROIT & SUBURBS ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Phineas Newborn Jr. Trio; Free before 9 (Jazz Pianist) Dirty Helen's Saloon: see Tuesday 813 Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 813 Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Union Street: Jeff Fisk; 9; Free Pine Knob: Loggins & Messina; 8; $4-$6; TV 6:30am-History of Jazz (Be Bop)-7 ll:30pm-Wide World Special (Geraldo Rivera, Goodnight America)-7 12:00M-Gene Tierney Festival (Whirlpool; drama, 1950)-50 EVENTS ♦Meeting, Cablecasting Commission, 7:3Opm Council Chambers, City Hall (RE: proposed increase in subscriber rates from $6 to $6.50; review of cable progress in public access; & reconsideration of co.'s pay schedule for FM service). ♦Indoor Circus; Briarwood (see 812). Tri 16 Moon in Leo MOVIES ANN ARBOR "Cinema Guild: Jules & Jim (Francois Truffaut); 7:30 & 9:30; $1 Cinema II: Winterlight (Ingmar Bergman); 7:30&9:30;$l DETROIT Detroit FUm Theatre 2: Payday (Maurice Pialet);7&9;$2 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Bimbo's: Gaslighters; 9; $.50 (Jazz) Blind Pig: Jimmy Waller Blues Band; 9:30; $1 (Blues) ♦Golden Falcon: Reunión; 9:30; $2 (Jazz) Mr. Flood's Party: see Wednesday 814 The Ark Coffee House: Allistair Anderson; 9; $2.50 (Folk) YPSILANTI Suds Factory: Jeremy Sleek; 9:30; $1 (R&R) ♦Underground: see Wednesday 814 DETROIT & SUBURBS Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Thursday 815 Dirty Helen's Saloon: see Tuesday 813 Earth Center: Folkmusic;$l Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 813 Raven Gallery: Bryan Bowers; 9:30 & 11:30; $3 (Folk) Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Times Band; Free (R&R) Union Street: Mary Foley; 9; Free Women's Cultural Center: Jan Feeney (Folk) Meadowbrook: Count Basie & Orchestra; 8:30 $3-$7, 377-2010 Pine Knob: 5th Dimensión; 8; $5-$7, 6477790 TV 6:30am-History of Jazz (Be Bop)-7 l:00pm-Song of the Open Road (Child star runs away and joins vaudeville group; musical 1944)-50 9:O0pm-Peter Paul & Mary (The Song is Love) -56 1 1 :30pm-In Concert (Kinks, Humble Pie, Blue Suede, Roxy Music)-7 1 1 :30pm-Gene Tierney Festival (Laura; mystery-drama, 1944)-50 l:00am-Rock Concert (Jim Croce, 19431973)-7 EVENTS ANN ARBOR lndoor Circus; Briarwood (see 812) DETROIT Scandinavian Festival; Detroit Riverfront; 61 lpm ELSEWHERE ♦Spring Lake Art Festival; grounds of Christ Community Church, East Exchange St. ♦Greenville Michigan; Danish Festival Satl7 Moon in Leo, then in Virgo 10:43pm MOVIES ♦Cinema Guild: The Whole Town's Talking (John Ford) - 7:30; His Girl Friday (Howard 9:30; $1.50 ♦Cinema II: Hour of the Wolf (Ingmar Bergman); 7:30 Si 9:30; $1 MUSIC ANN ARBOR ♦Blind Pig: see Friday 816 ♦Golden Falcon: Reunión; 9:30; $2 (Jazz) ♦Mr. Flood's Party: see Wednesday 814 ♦The Ark Coffee House: see Friday 816 YPSILANTI ♦Suds Factory: see Friday 816 ♦Underground: see Wednesday 814 DETROIT & SUBURBS ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Thursday 815 ♦Dirty Helen's Saloon: see Tuesday 813 ♦Earth Center: see Friday 816 - ♦Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 813 ♦Raven Gallery: see Friday 816 ♦Women's Cultural Center: Rita Leasure & Daybreak (Contemporary) ♦Pine Knob: see Friday 816 TV 6:00pm-Star Trek (Balance of Terror)-50 7:00pm-Traffic of Transit (Alternatives to the automobile)-56 8:00pm-That Good Old Nashville Music (Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton)-50 8 :30pm -Festival Films (Films by students)-56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Indoor Circus; Briarwood (see 812) DETROIT Scandinavian Festival; Detroit Riverfront; Noon to 1 lpm. ELSEWHERE Spring Lake Art Festival; grounds of Christ Community Church, East Exchange St. Gieenville Michigan; Danish Festival Milham Part Arts & Crafts, Kalamazoo Keatington's Antique Village Art Show, Lake Orion Sun 18 Moon in Virgo MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Golliard Brass Ensemble; 9:30; $1 (Classical) Del Rio: Jazz; 5:30; Free ♦Golden Falcon: Mojo is DJ; 9:30; $1.50 Mr. Flood's Party: Stu Zonder; Afternoon; Free Trotter House: Ars Nova; 5-9: $.75 (Jazz) Otis Spann Memorial Field: Riot, Nature, Okra, & Naught Music; 2-6pm; Free YPSILANTI Suds Factory: Jeremy Sleek; 9:30; $.50 (R&R) "Underground: see Wednesday 814 DETROIT Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Thursday 815 Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Union Street: see Sunday 81 1 Griffin Hollow Amphitheatre (2000 Talbot Rd., Windsor): Guess Who; 3pm; $5 Remick Shell (Belle Isle): Classical music; 8; Free TV 1 1 :30am-Family Classics Theatre (Stand Up and Cheer; Shirley Temple)-50 I:00pm-Johnny Apollo (Tyrone Power & Dorothy Lamour, drama, 1950)-50 3 :30pm -Pimpernel Smith (Professor hides people from the Nazis; Leslie Howard drama, 1942) -50 6:00pm-Star Trek (Shore Leave)-50 8:00pm-Sherlock Holmes Festival (Pursuit to Algiers. 1945)-50 EVENTS ANN ARBOR Indoor Circus; Briarwood (see 812) DETROIT Scandinavian Festival; Detroit Riverfront; Noon to 1 lpm ELSEWHERE Greenville Michigan; Danish Festival Keatington's Antique Village Art Show; Lake Orion 'Mon 19 Moon in Virgo, then in Libra 10:46pm - MOVIES Cinema Guild: The Three Musketeers (Niblo); 8; Free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Boogie Woogie Red; 9:30; $1 (Blues) Mr. Flood's Party: Leona Stewart & Zo Schlock;9:30;$.50 YPSILANTI SudsFactory: see Sunday 818 NDAR, DETROIT & SUBURBS Sde Door Lounge: Local bands; Free Union Street: see Monday 812 TV l:OOpm-YouCan'tGet Away With Murder (Humphrey Bogart)-50 2 :30pm -Lilias, Yoga & You-56 6:00pm-sameasabove 6:30pm-Acupuncture: Medicine or Magic-56 - 1 1 :30pm -Musicals of the 30's and 40's (British Agent. 193D-50 Tues 20 Moon in Libra , MOVIES A2 Film Coop: The Harder They Come (Henzell); 7:30 & 9:30; $1.50 MUSIC ANN ARBOR ♦Blind Pig: Cirrus;9:30; $1 (Jazz) Mr. Flood's Party: see Monday 819 DETROIT & SUBURBS Dirty Helen's Saloon: Shiloh Morning (Pop) Moby Dick Lounge: Jimmy Smithson; 9:30 (50's Rock) Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Union Street: see Tuesday 813 Pine Knob: Eagles; 7:30; $4.50-$6.50; 6477790 The Agora Ballroom (Toledo): Peter Frampton & PFM; 9; $3 in advance, $4 at the door; Ticket Outlets: Boogie Records, Headquarters, Little Pleasures at Franklin Park Mali, & at the Agora TV l:00pm-see Monday 819 8:00pm-The Vanishing Breed (Wildlife Conservation)-56 ll:30pm -Musicals of the 30'sand 40's (My Wild Irish Rose, 1947)-50 cWed 21 Moon in Libra MOVIES A2 Film Coop: see Tuesday 820 Cinema Guild: Metropolis & Scarlet Street (Fritz Lang); 7:30, 9:45; $1.50 New World Film Coop: MASH (Altman) - ■ 7:30; Burn (Pontecoruo) -9:30; $2 MUSIC ANN ARBOR ♦Blind Pig: Otherside; 9:30; $1 (Jazz) Golden I'alcon: Agent 00 Soul is DJ; 9:30; $1.50 Mr. Flood's Party: Mojo Boogie Band; 9:30 I (R&R, Blues) YPSILANTI ♦Underground: Theatre; 9:30 (R&R) DETROIT & SUBURBS Dirty Helen's Saloon: sec Tuesday 820 Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 820 Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Local Bands; Free Union Street: see Wednesday X 14 Pine Knob: Foghat: 7:30; 5.4-S6 TV 1 :00pm-Never Say Goodhye (Erro] llynn & Eleanor Parker: 1946) -50 9:30pmThe Boarding House (Leo Sayer)-56 10:0Opm-An Evening With Wendj Vickers56 1 l:30pm-Musicals of the 30's & 40's (My Love Carne Back; Olivia de Havilland. 1940)-50 Thurs 22 Moon in Libra, then in Scorpio 1 :39am MOVIES A2 Film Coop: The King of Héarts (de Broca) 7:3O&9:3O;$1.25 New World Film Coop: see Wednesday 821 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: George Bedard & Steve Nardella; 9:30; $1 (Blues) ♦Golden Falcon: Soulful Soulmates;9:30; $1.50 (Soul) Mr. Flood's Party: see Wednesday 821 YPSILANTI ♦Underground: see Wednesday 821 DETROIT & SUBURBS Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Mixed Bag Quintet, w guest guitarist Howard Roberts; Free before 9 (Jazz) Dirty Helen's Saloon: See Tuesday 820 Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 820 Ravèn Gallery : see Tuesday 813 Union Street: see Thursday 815 . Meadowbrook: Ramsey Lewis Trio; 8:30; $3$7; 377-2010 Pine Knob: Two Generations of Brubeck; 8; $4-$6 TV 6:00pm6:00pm-Lilias, Yoga & You-56 . 1 1 ■ 30pm -Musicals of the 30's & 40's (Thank Your Lucky Stars; Errol Flynn, Humphrey . gart, Ida Lupino)-50 CAEE Tri 23 Moon in Scorpio MOVIES ANN ARBOR ♦Cinema Guiid: To Have and Have Not (HowardHawks); 7:30 & 9:30; $1 Cinema 11: Taking Off (Forman); 7:30 & 9:30; $1 DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Peter Medak); 7 & 9; $2 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Muskadine Blues Band; 9:30; $1 (Blues) Mr. Flood's Party: Merriman County; 9:30; $1 YPSILANTI Underground: see Wednesday 82 1 DETROIT & SUBURBS Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Thursday 822 ♦Dirty Helen's Saloon: see Tuesday 820 Earth Center: Folk music; $1 Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 820 ♦Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: see Wednesday 821 Union Street: Maiy Foley; 9; Free ♦Women's Cultural Center: Pam Smith (Folk) Meadowbrook: Buddy Rich; 8:30; $3-$7, 3772010 Pine Knob: George Carlin: 8: $4.50-56.50 TV 9:00pm-An Evening With Wendy Vickers-56 1 1 :30pm-Musicals of the 30's & 40's (42nd Street; Dick Powell & Ginger Rogers)-50 EVENTS DETROIT Armenian Festival; Detroit Riverfront; 6-1 lpm Sat 24 Moon in Scorpio, then Saggitarius 8:35am MOVIES Cinema Guild : Dinner at Eight (George Cukor); 7:30 & 9:30; $1 Cinema H: The Cameraman (Sedwich); 7:30 & 9:30; $1 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: see l'riday 823 Mr. Flood's Party: see Friday 823 VTSILANTI ♦Underground: see Wednesday 821 DETROIT & SUBURBS ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Thursday 822 l)irty Helen's Saloon: see Tuesday 820 Earth Center: see Friday 823 Moby Dick Lounge: see Tuesday 820 Raven Gallery: see Tuesday 813 Union Street: see Friday 823 ♦Women's Cultural Center: Debbie Fears (Blues) Pine Knob: Todd Rundgren's Utopia; 8; $4$6 ♦Bluegrass Festival: Benefit fot Mt. Pleasant food coop, 12 noon until dark, workshops 10 -Nopn, tickets S2.5O in advance; 4 miles east of Remus on M-20; Cali 772-0660 for information. TV l:30pm-Blood Alley (John Wayne & Lauren Bacall)-50 4:00pm-Mrs. Mike (Dick Powell & Evelyn Keyes)-S0 5:30pm-Folk Guitar Plus (Lessons on banjo, guitar, recorder & autoharp)-56 6:00pm-Star Trek (The Galileo Seven)-50 7:00pm-The Vanishing Breed-56 EVENTS ANN ARBOR ♦Model Cities Health Fair, at Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N: Main St. All residents of the city are invited to attend between 9am and 5pm. detroit Armenian Festival, Detroit Riverfront, Noon to llpm ELSEWHERE Holiday Inn Art Show, Spring Lake Holiday Inn ♦Bellaire Arts & Crafts Fair, Bellaire, Mich. ♦Niles Arts & Crafts Show; NUes, Mich. Sun 25 Moon in Saggitarius MUSIC ANN ARBOR ♦Blind Pig: Silk Purse;9:30; $1 (Classical) ♦Mr. Flood's Party: Stu Zonder; Afternoon; Free Otis Spann Memorial Field: Uprising, Mojo Boogie Band, Alfa Clintoris, Electric Express; 2-6 pm; Free YPSILANTI ♦Underground: see Wednesday 821 DETROIT & SUBURBS Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Thursday 822 Raven Gallery : see Tucsday 813 Union Street: JiU Philips; 9; Free Meadowbrook: Preservation Hall Jazz Band; 6:30; $3-$7; 377-2010 Pine Knob: The Spinners & José Feliciano; 7:30;$4-$6 Remick Shell (Belle isle): Classical music; 8; Free Madison Square Garden (New York): Benefit Concert for African Drought Victims, w Sly & The Family Stone. EVENTS ANN ARBOR Modei Cities Health Fair, at Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main St. All residents of the city are invited to attend between 1 2 noon and 5pm. DETROIT Armenian Festival; Detroit Riverfront; Noon to llpm ELSEWHERE Hotiday Inn Alt Show; Spring Lake Holiday Inn Niles Arts & Crafts Show; Nites, Michigan "Mon 26 Moon in Saggitarius, then in Capricorn 7: 16pm MOVIES Cinema Guild: Underworld (Von Sternberg); 8; Free MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Boogie Woogie Red; 9:30; $1 (Blues) Mr. Flood'sPartyT Stonehouse;9:30 DETROIT & SUBURBS Raven Gallery. see Tuesday 813 Side Door Lounge: Local bands; I-ree Union Street: Kitty Donahue; 9; l'ree EVENTS ELSEWHERE Niles Arts and Crafts Show; Niies. Michigan Tues 27 Moon in Capricorn MUSIC ANN ARBOR BlindPig: Oíros: 9:30; $1 (Jazz) Mr. Flood's Party: Stonehouse; 9:30; $.50 DETROIT & SUBURBS Union Street: Mary Foley; 9; Free EVENTS ELSEWHERE Niles Arts & Crafts Show; NUes, Michigan cWed28 Moon in Capricorn MUSIC ANN ARBOR BlindPig: Otherside;9:30; $1 (Jazz) ♦Golden Falcon: Agent 00 Soul is DJ; 9:30; $1.50 Mr. Flood's Party: Gils Group; 9:30 NDAR, YPSILANTI Underground: Crosswind; 9:30 (R&R) DETROIT & SUBURBS Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Times Band; Free (R&R) Union Street: Alan Rondo; 9; Iree EVENTS ELSEWHERE Nilos Arts & Crafts Show; Niles, Michigan Thurs 29 Moon in Capricorn, then in Aquarius 7.53am MUSIC ANN ARBOR BlindPig: The Sharks; 9:30; $1 (Blues) Golden Falcon: Soulful Soulmates; 9:30; $1.50 Mr. Flood's Party: see Wednesday 828 YPS1LANTI ♦Underground: see Wednesday 828 DETROIT & SUBÜRBS Union Street: see Wednesday 828 EVENTS ELSEWHERE Niles Arts & Oaft Show. Niles, Michigan Tri 30 Moon in Aquarius MOVIES DETROIT Detroit Film Theatre 2: King Lear (Peter Brook);7&9:30;$2 MUSIC ANN ARBOR Blind Pig: Dave Workman; 9:30; $J ; (Blues) Mr. Flood's Party: Pete Kames Group; 9:30; $1 (Blues) YPSILANTI "■Underground: see Wednesday 828 DETROIT & SUBURBS Earth Center: Folk music; $1 Suifside Cocktail Lounge: Good Times Band (R&R) Union Street: see Wednesday 828 Women's Cultural Center: Lori McPherson (Feminist Songs) EVENTS DETROIT "International Festival; Detroit Riverfront; 6-1 1 pm ELSEWHERE Niles Arts & Crafts Show; Niles. Michigan Sat31 Moon in Aquarius, then in Pisces 8:29pm MUSIC ANN ARBOR BlindPig: see Friday 830 Mr. Flood's Party: see Friday 830 YPSILANTI "Underground: see Wednesday 828 DETROIT & SUBURBS Earth Center: see Friday 830 Surfside Cocktail Lounge: see Friday 830 Union Street: see Wednesday 828 Cleveland Stadium: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young;5pm; $10 in advance, $12 at door: (216) 696-1066 for information EVENTS DETROIT International Festival; Detroit Riverfront; Noon to llpm ELSEWHERE Niles Arts & Crafts Show; Niles, Michigan Sun 1 Full Moon in Pisces 2:25pm MÜSIC YPSILANTI "Underground: see Wednesday 828" DETROIT & SUBURBS Remick Band Shell (Belle lsle): Classical music; 8; Free EVENTS DETROIT "International Festival; Detroit Riverftont; Noon to 1 lpm GMon2 Moon in Pisces MUSIC DETROIT & SUBURBS Side Door Lounge: Local Bands; Free Tues 3 Moon in Pisces, then in Aries 7:58am MUSIC DETROIT & SUBURBS Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Ahrnad Jamal; Free before 9 PineKnob: The Beachboys;7:30; $7 cWfed 4 Moon in Aries MUSIC YPSILANTI "Underground: Armageddon; 9:30 (R&R) DETROIT & SUBURBS ♦Baker's Keyboard Lounge: see Tuesday 93 Pine Knob: Henry Mancini & F.ila Fitzgerald; 8:30;$S-$7 Note: This issue of the Calendar (4 weeks) gets a little sparse near the end of August & early September due to the fact that very few clubs ot film coops know what their schedules will be that far in advance. Look to the SUN for more complete calendar listings beginning Sept. 4th.