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Note: To find the location or phone numbers for the musical events & films listed in the calendar, turn to page 22.

Fri 27

Moon in Aquarius



♦Cinema Guild-"Saboteur" (Alfred Hitchcock),7&9, $1.

♦Cinema "Alexander" (Yves Robert) French, subtitled, 7&9, $1.

Mediatrics-"Steelyard Blues" & "Klute" w/Donald Sutherland & Jane Fonda. 7:30&9, $1.


Mud Cinema-"A Clockwork Orange" (Stanley Kubrick),7&9:30, $1.


♦Cabaret Cinema-"Pink Flamingos" 12 Midnight, (25570 W. Eight Mile, 356-4666).



The Ark Coffee House-John Roberts, Tony Barrand. 9pm, $2.50, Folk.

Bimbo's -Gaslighters, 9pm. $.50, Ragtime.

Blind Pig-The Otherside, 9:30pm, $1., Jazz.

Chances Are-Chopper, 9pm, $1., R&R.

Golden Falcon-Mixed Bag, Jazz.

Mr. Flood's Party-Rabbits, 9:30pm, $1., R&R

Rubaiyat-Free Flight, 9:30pm, mild dance music.


The Suds Factory-Salem Witchcraft, 9:30, $1..R&R.


Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Leon Thomas & bis new sextet, 9:30pm, $3.50, Jazz.

Bobbie's Lounge-The Royal Tones, 9pm, $1., R&R.

Dirty Helen's Saloon-Wright Brother's Overland Stage Co., 10:30pm, $2., Western Rock.

Earth Center-Dave & Roselyn, 9pm, Blues.

J.J.'s Lounge.Shelby Hotel-The Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm, Jazz.

The Medium Lounge-The Bill Heid Group, 9:30. $1., Jazz.

Moby Dick Lounge-Don McKenzie Trio, 9pm, $1.. top 30's & 40's.

Rainbow Room, Shelby Hotel-Dallas Hodge's Deluxe, 9:30, $2.50, R&R.

♦Raven Gallery-The Country Store, 9:30 & 1 1 :30pm. $3., Bluegrass.

Rock & Roll Farm-Brussel Sprouts, 9:30pm. $1., Country, R&R, Jazz.

Side Door Lounge-Little Rubin & Wide Load, 8pm, no cover, R&R.

Surfside Cocktail Lounge-Good Time Band, 9pm, $1.50, R&R.

Union Street-Cheri & Sarah, 9pm, no cover, Acoustic-folk.

Fisher Theatre-Richard Pryor & special guest star, "The Ice-Man" Jerry Butler; tickets: $7.50. $6.. $5.. $3. Box office opens at 2pm, Fisher Bldg. 873-4400.

♦Olympia Stadium-(5920 Grand River) Stevie Wonder w /Wonderlove & the Commodores, 8:30pm, tickets: $7.50, $6. at box office 895-7000. Grinnell's & Hudson's.


9pm-"Bonnie & Clyde " 1967, Ch.2 9:30pm-"Caught in the Act" M

9pm-"Bonnie & Clyde" 1967, Ch.2 9:30pm-"Caught in the Act" Martin Mull. Ch.56

10pm-"Belafonte Canadian Special" Harry Belafonte on tour in Canada, Ch.9

11:30pm-"In Concert" Dr. John, Ch.7

11 :30pm-"Morning Glory" Katherine Hepburn Film Fest., 1933, Ch.50 

1am-"Rock Concert," Isley Bros., Ch.7

1am-"Midnight Special" Dr. John, Maria Muldaur. Turtles, Ry Cooder, Randy Newman, Ch.4



Festival of Life-Morning meditation & chanting, 6:30am, Siddha Yoga Dham, Yogic Disciplines and Cosmic Ceremony, 6am, 1432 Golden St., Lecture-The Synthesis of Eastern & Western Spiritual Techniques: Yoga, Astrology, Initiation, Vegetarianism, etc. 7:30pm. Faculty Lounge, Mich. Union.

Help Celebrate New China's 25th National Day-Authentic Chinese Dinner, 7pm; Gerald Tannebaum will speak on "Crittcism of Lin Piao & Confucious: First United Methodist Church, 120 S. State (bet. Wash. & Huron) Tickets at door or in advance (763-6563). admission (including dinner) $3. Sponsored by the U.S.-China People's Friendship Association of Ann Arbor.


"The Black Presence in the Era of the American Revolution, 1770-1800," a traveling show from the Smithsonian Institute, 9am-5pm at the Detroit Historical Museum, 5401 Woodward. 321-1701.

Sat 28

Moon in Aquarius then in Pisces 3: 15am



Cinema Guild-"The Caine Mutiny" [E. Dmytryk] w/Humphrey Bogart, 7&9, $1.

♦Cinema Il-"TalI Blond Man with One Black Shoe" [Yves Robert] Fr., subtitles, 7&9. $1.

Mediatrics-"Steelyard Blues & Klute" see Fri.-927


Mud Cinema-"Bang the Drum Slowly" 7&9pm, $1.


Detroit film Theatre-"2 Strangers on a Train" [Alfred Hitchcock] 7&9, S2. (SI. students)

Cabaret Cinema-"Pink Flamingos", see Fri. 9/27



The Ark Coffee House-John Roberts, Tony Barrand see Fri. 9/27.

Bimbo's-Gaslighters. see 9/27.

BIind Pig-The Otherside, see 9/27.

Chances Are-Chopper, see 9/27.

Golden Falcon-Mixed Bag, see 9/27.

Mr. Flood's Party-Silvertones, 9:30pm, $1., Old R&B.

Rubaiyat-Free Flight, see 9/27.

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre-Trotter House sponsors an evening with a Jazz band, Modern Dancers. Drama Guild and gospel choir. Donation. $.50. Show time 8pm.


The Suds Factory-Salem Witchcraft, see Fri. 9/27.


Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Leon Thomas, see Fri. 9/27.

Bobbie's Lounge-The Royal Tones, see 9/27. 

Dirty Helen's Saloon-Wright Bros. Overland Stage Co., see 9/27.

Earth Center-Dave & Roselyn, see 9/27.

"JJ.'s Lounge, Shelby Hotel-The Lyman Woodard Organ.. sec 9/27. The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group, see 9/27.

♦Michigan Concert Palace-Kiss, Roy Wood & Wizzard. Call 963-4624 for ticket info.

Moby Dick Lounge-Don McKenzie Trio, see 9/27.

Rainbow Room, Shelby Hotel-Dallas Hodge"s& Deluxe. see 9/27. Rappa House Concert Cafe-After Hours Jazz, 2am-6am. Raven Gallery -Country Store, see 9/27.

Rock & Roll Farm-Brussel Sprouts. see 9/27.

Side Door Little Rubin & Wide Load, see 9/27.

Surfside Cocktail Lounge-Good Time Band see 9/27.

Union Street-Folk musicians, see 9/27.


1pm-"Soul Train" sweet soul music,Ch.2.

5:30pm-"Folk Guitar Plus" picking lessons,. Ch.56.

1am-"Saturday Rock" Scott Morgan, Possum Kreak, Stretch and Jeridis, Ch.4.



Festival of life-A Morning with the Master, 6am-Noon (bring shorts or leotards). 1432 Golden St.; Workshop-1pm promptly, Arboretum Main Meadow; Lecture-7:30pm, Faculty Lounge. Mich. Union.

Help Celebrate New China's 25th National Day-Afternoon workshops on Chinese Factory Life & the role of youth in building New China-1 ;30 & 3; An exhibit on Art in New China is open to public, noon to 5pm.

Chung-Lu Tsen will give an evening talk on Art in Socialist China, 8pm. All Sat.'s events in Assembly Hall. Mich. Union. Free admission. Sponsored by the U.S. -China People's friendship Assoc.


Homecoming Parade-10am, EMU campus.

Art Fair-10am-dusk, EMU Holy Trinity Chapel (juried)


"The Black Presence in the Era of the American Revolution," a traveling show from the Smithsonian Institute, 1-5pm, at Det. Historical Museum.

Sun 29

Moon in Pisces



Cinema Guild-"Duet for Cannibals" [Susan Sontag], 7&9, $1.

Cinema II-"Woman In the Dunes" [Hiroshi Teshigahara] Jap., subtitles, 7&9:15, $1.

New World Film Co-Op-"The Harder They Come," w/Jimmy Cliff, 7&9, $1.


Mud Cinema-"Bang the Drum Slowly" see Sat. 9/28.



Bimbo's-Gaslighters, see Fri. 9/27.

Blind Pig-The Silk Purse Classical Strings, 9:30 pm, $.50. Classical.

♦Chances Are-Chopper. see 9/27.

Del Rio-Live Jazz

Golden Falcon-Mojo is DJ.

Mr. Flood's Party-Silvertones, 9:30pm, $.75,Old R&B.


The Suds IFactory-Luther Allison and the friends Road Show, 9:15, $2.50, R&R, blues and mime troupe.


Baker's Keyboard Lounge-Leon Thomas, -see Fri. 9/27.

Bobbie's Lounge-The Royal Tones, see 9/27 ,

■ Earth Dave & Roselyn, see 9/27

J.J.'s Lounge.Shelby Hotel-The Lyman Woodard Organ., see 9/27

The Medium Lounge-Bill Heid Group. see 9/27.

Moby Dick Lounge-Don McKenzie Trio, see 9/27.

Rainbow Room.Shelby Hotel-Eddie Nuccilli & Plural Circle, 9:30pm, $2., Jazz.

Raven Gallery -Country Store. see 9/27

Rock & Roll Farm-Brussel Sprouts w/Dione, 9:30pm, $3.

Side Door Lounge-Little Rubin etc. see 9/27

Surfside Cocktail Lounge-Good Time Band, see 9/27.

♦Union Street-Mary Foley, 9pm, no cover, Acoustic folk.

♦Watts Mozambique Lounge-O.C.Smith, 10:30pm, S3.50. Jazz, R&B singer.

Women's Cultural Center-Open Mikes Night


9am-"Hold That Ghost" Abbott & Costello, 1941, Ch.7.

8pm-"Evening at the Pops" Ella Fitzgerald, Ch.56. 8:30pm-"Future Shock" Orson Welles. Gh. 50.



♦Festival of Life-Sunrise Meditation & chanting 7:30am; Sufi Dancing, Cosmic Ceremony;Communal Feast (Pot-luck) noon; Workshops, Sunset Meditation. Arboretum Main Meadow.

Help Celebrate New China's 25th National Day-The Revolutionary Ballet film "The White Haired Girl," 8pm. Phys. & Astro. Aud U of M campus, admission $1. Sponsored by the U.S.-China People's Friendship Assoc. of Ann Arbor.


Octoberfest (Horst-Buller Band, beer, pretzels &. German food) Noon-10pm, at the Wilfred T. Connelly Council, Knights of Columbus, on Southfield bet. 12 & 13 Mile Rds. Music & Art Fair-(Poetry readings, speakers on Women's rights & an evening of dance featured) by Poorwomens Paradise. Noon to Midnight. Paintings, pottery, photography and weavings will be displayed & for sale. Refreshments. Only $1. donation with proceeds going to the Women's Cultural Center. 926 Seven Mile (1/2 block east of Woodward) for more info. call Penny, 543-9046 or Darlene, 398-9317.

Mon 30

Moon in Pisces then in Aries 2:25pm



New World Film Co-op-"The Harder They Come" w/Jimmy Cliff. see Sun. 9/29.



The Ark Coffee House-Geoff Muldaur & Amos Garrett, 9pm, $2.50, Folk.

Blind Pig-Blue Monday with Boogie Woogie Red, 9:30, SI., Boogie Blues.

Chances Are-Lightnin' 9:15pm. $1., R&R.

Golden Falcon-Jive Soup, 10pm, $.75, Jazz.

Mr. Flood's Party-Stu Zonder, 9:30pm, $.50, Folk.


"The Suds Factory-Turner Bros., 9:30pm, $.50, R&R.


Side Door Lounge-TV-Taping of Rock & Roll Bands, 7-10; Little Rubin &Wide Load, l0pm, no cover, R&R.

Union Street-Mike Monahan, 9pm, no cover, Acoustic-folk.

Watts Mozambique-O.C.Smith, see Sun. 9/29.


2:30pm-"Lilias, Yoga, and You" Ch.56.

1:30am-"Mr. Hex" movie featuring the Bowery Boys, 1946, Ch. 2



Festival of Life-Yogic Disciplines & Cosmic Ceremony, 6am, at 1432 Golden St.

Tues 1

Full Moon in Aries 5:38am



A2 Film Co-op-"Sunday, Bloody Sunday" (John Schlesingerl), 7&9, $1.25.

Cinema Guild-"lvan the Terrible" Pt. 1, (Sergei Eisenstein) , 7&9, $1.

New World Film Co-op-"Night of the Living Dead" 7 & 9, $1.25.


Mud Cinema-"City Lights" (Chaplin), 2 & 8pm,$l.



The Ark Coffee House-Geoff Muldaur & Amos Garrett, see 9/30.

Blind Pig-Jive Soup, 9:30, $1., Jazz.

Chances Are-Ten High, 9:15, $1., R&R.

Mr. Flood's Party-Stu Zonder, see 9/30.


The Suds Factory-Masquerade, $.50, 9:30, R&R.


Bobbie's Lounge-The Royal Tones, 9pm, no cover.

R&R. Rainbow Room.Shelby Hotel-The Friends Road Show (mime, acrobats, clowns, magic. rock& roll)9:30pm, $1.

Raven Gallery-Country Store, 9:30 & 11:30, $3., Bluegrass.

Side Door Lounge-Little Rubin & Wide Load, 8pm, no cover, R&R.

Union Street-Jan Eugenides, 9pm, no cover, Acoustic folk.

Watts Mozambique Lounge-O.C. Smith, see Sun. 9/29.


8:30am-Greta Garbo Week, "Ninotchka" 1939, Ch.7.

10pm-Ragtime-Greats in their field including Eublic Blake. Ch.56.



♦Festival of Life-Yogic Disciplines & Cosmic Ceremony, 6am, 1432 Golden St.

Wed 2

Moon in Aries then in Taurus 11 :39pm MOVIES


Cinema Guild-"The Music Room" [Satyajit Ray) Bengali, bustitles, 7&9, $1.


Mud Cinema-"Neptune Factor" tS.F.), 7&9, $1.



The Ark Coffee House-Hoot Amateur Night 9pm, $.75.

Blind Pig-The Otherside, 9:30, $1., Jazz.

♦Chances Are-Ten High, SeeTues. 10/1.

Golden Falcon-Discs spun by Double-0Soul, l0pm, $1.

Mr. Flood'sParty-Mojo Boogie Band, 9:30, $1., R&R


The Suds Factory-Masquerade, see 10/1. -

Underground-Skin . 9:30, no cover, R&R


Bobbie Lounge-The Royal Tones, see Tues. 10/1. Moby Dick Lounge-Don McKenzie Trio, 9pm,$1.,Top 30's&40's.

Rainbow Room-Shelby Hotel: Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, 9pm.$4.00.

Raven Gallery-Country Store, see 10/1. Rock & Roll Farm-Bertha (All-woman band from California) 9:30pm, $1.50. R&R.

Side Door Lounge-Little Rubin &. Wide Load, see 101.

Surfside Cocktail Lounge-Good Time Band, 9pm, $1.50, R&R.

Union Street-Cherie & Sarah, 9pm, no cover, Acoustic-folk.

♦Watts Mozambique Lounge-O.C. Smith, see Sun. 9/29.


Sky Theatre-Abrams Planetarium-MSU Joseph Jarman, 8:15 pm, Single Tickets $3; Series Tickets $10 (4 concert series). Saxophone solo, presented by the Creative Arts Collective. Advance Tickets: Abrams Planetarium, Student Union-MSU, Discount Records-Grand River, E. Lansing. Concert series backed by Roscoe Mitchell (of the Art Ensemble of Chicago)-THE CREATIVE ARTS COLLECTIVE.


7pm-"Community Dialogue" w/Bruce War-shaw, Ch.3.

9pm-"The Dentist" W.C. Fields, 1932. Ch. 56.

9:30pm-"The Cure" Charlie Chaplin, 1917, Ch.56.

11pm-"lt's Your Turn" Common Cause-discussing campaign reform.



Lecture Series:Art from the Far East. Slide Lecture, 7:30pm, (Far Eastern Aesthetics w/Prof. Walter Spink) Aud A-Angell Hall followed by an informal coffee hour at the U of M Museum of Art with the lecturer.

♦Festival of Life-Yogic Disciplines & Cosmic Ceremony, 6am, 1432 Golden St.; Lecture 3-5pm, Angell Hall Aud A (Vimala Thakar).

Thurs 3

Moon in Taurus



A2 Film Coop: Blowup (Michelangelo Antonioni), 7&9, $1.25

Cinema Guild: Outcast of the Islands [Caro! Reed], 7 & 9, $1.00

New World Film Co-op: City Lights [Chaplin] 7 & 9:30 -Nat. Sci, $1.25

Women's Studies Program Film Series (Drama & Documentary about the lives of women) - "Janie's Janie" the story of a white welfare mother 8pm - Free - Aud. C - Angell Hall


Mud Cinema: Battle for the Planet of the Apes(S.F.).7&,9, $1.00



♦Blind Pig: The Silvertones, 9:30. 1.00, old R &B

♦Chances Are: Ten High See Tues 10/1

Golden Falcon: Masterpiece, l0pm, 2.00, soul

♦Mr. Flood's Party: Mojo Boogie Band - see Weds 10/2


The Suds Factory: Masquerade See Tues 10/1

Underground-Skin, see Weds. 10/2


♦Bobbie's Lounge: The Royal Tones - see Tue. 10/1

The Medium Lounge: The Bill Heid Group. 9:30pm, S1.00, Jazz/Blues

Moby Dick Lounge: Don McKenie Trio, see Wed 10/2

Rainbow Room-Shelby Hotel: Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, see Wed, 10/2

Raven Gallery : The Country Store, see Tues. 10/1

♦Rock & Roll Farm: Bertha, see Wed. 10/2

Side Door Lounge: Little Rubin & Wide Load, see Tues. 10/1

Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Time Band, see Wed. 102

♦Union Street: Cherie & Sarah, see Wed. 10/2

Watts Mozambique Lounge: O.C. Smith. see Sun. 9/29


6:30am Ethnic Studies-," - Ethnic History - Afro-Americans in Detroit, 56

2:30pm "Lilias. Yoga, and You", 56

7:30pm The Conger-King Report - "Caution: The Food You Eat May Be Hazardous to Your Health", 56

11pm "It's Your Turn" - Synanon - a drug addiction rehabilitation organization, 56

7:00pm-Community Dialogue see Weds 10/3

Fri 4

Moon in Taurus



Cinema Guild: l'm No Angel (Wesley Ruggles],7&9, $1.00

Cinema II: The Paper Chase [James Bridges) , 7 & 9, $1.25

Mediatrics: Last of Sheila (A shocking mystery), 7:30&9, $1.00


Mud Cinema: Soylent Green (S.F.). 7 & 9, $1.00


Detroit Film Theatre: Children of Paradise {Marcel Camel , 8pm only. $2 ($1 students)

Cabaret Cinema: "Pink Flamingos", Midnight, (25570W. Eighth)



The Ark Coffee House: Paul Geremia, 9pm, 2.50, Folk

"Binibo's: Gaslighters, 9pm, .50, Ragtime

♦Blind Pig: Dave Workman Blues Band, 9:30, 1.00, Blues

Chances Are: Ten High. 9: 15, 1.50, R&R

♦Golden Falcon: Mixed bag l0pm, 1.50

Mr. Flood's Party: Jow Bone. 9:30,1.00, Country n' Western

Rubaiy at: Free Flight, 9:30. Mild Dance


The Suds Factory: Masquerade. 9:30, 1.00, R&R

Underground-Skin, 9:30 ,$1.00, R&R


Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Leon Thomas & his new sextet, 9:30, $3.50, Jazz

Bobbie's Lounge: The Royal Tones, 9pm. $1.00, R&R

J.J.'s Lounge - Shelby Hotel: The Lyman Woodard Organization, 9pm, Jazz.

The Medium Lounge: The Bill Heid Group - seeThurs. 10/3

♦Michigan Concert Palace: Weather Report, Taj Mahal, Little Feat, Doors open 7pm, $5, R&R

♦Moby Dick Lounge: Don McKenzie Trio, 9pm $1.00, Top 30's&40's

Rainbow Room Shelby Hotel: Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, 9pm. $4.50

Raven Gallery: The Country Store, 9:30 & 11:30, $3.00, Bluegrass

Rock & Roll Farm: Bertha, see Wed 10/2

Side Door Lounge: Little Rubin & Wide Load see Tues 10/1

Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Time Band, see Wed, 10/2

♦Union Street: Cherie & Sarah, see Wed 10/2

Watts Mozambique Lounge: O.C. Smith, see Sun 9/29 

♦Colonial Lounge (Farmington & 7-mile, Livonia) The Friends Road Show, 9:30pm, $1.00, Mime Troupe.


7pm- Community Dialogue - See Weds. 10/2 1am-Rock Concert. Dr John, 7

1:30am -The Invisible Man Returns" - 1940 Vincent Price, 2

Sat 5

Moon in Taurus, then in Gemini 7:01am



♦Cinema Guild: Virgin Spring (Ingmar Bergman] Swed., subtitles, 7 & 9, $1.00

Cinema II: The Paper Chase, see Fri. 10/4

Mediatrics: Last of Sheila, see Fri. 10/4


Mud Cinema: Save the Tiger, 7 & 9, $ 1.00


Detroit Film Theatre: Million Dollar Legs (Edward Cline) and It's a Gift (Norman McLeon) both w/ W.C. Fields, 7 & 9:30, $2 ($1 students)

Cabaret Cinema: Pink Flamingos, see Fri.10/4



The Ark Coffee House: Paul Geremia - see Fri 10/4

Bimbo's: Gaslighters - see Fri 10/4

Blind pig: Dave Workman Blues Band, see Fri 10/4

♦Chances Are: Ten High. See Fri 10/4

Golden Falcon: Mixed Bag - See Fri 10/4

Mr. Flood's Party. Jaw Bone - see Fri 10/4

Rubaiyat: Free Flight. See Fri 10/4


The Suds Factory: Masquerade. See Fri 10/4

Underground-Skin, see Fri. 10/4


Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Leon Thomas - sec Fri. 10/4

Bobbie's Lounge: The Roy Tones - see Fri. 10/4

J.J.'s Lounge - Shelby Hotel: The Lyman Woodard Organization, see Fri. 10/4

The Medium Lounge: The Bill Heid Group, see Thurs. 10/3

♦Michigan Concert Palace: Grand Central Station, Little Feat, & Mercury , Door open 7pm, $5.00, R&R

Moly Dick Lounge: Don McKenzie Trio. see Fri. 10/4

Rainbow Room- Shelby Hotel: Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, See Fri. 10/4

♦Rappa House Concert Cafe: After Hours Jazz, 2am-6am

Raven Gallery: The Country Store - see Fri. 10/4

Rock & Roll Farm: Bertha, see Wed 10/2

Side Door Lounge: Little Rubin & Wide Load seeTues. 10/1

♦Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Time Band, see Wed 10/2

Union Street: Cherie & Sarah, see Wed 10/2

Watts Mozambique Lounge: O.C. Smith, see Sun 9/29

Colonial Lounge: The Friends Roadshow. see Fri. 10/4


7am-Old Time Comedies - 'Blue Blazes" Buster Keaton and "Kid 'N Hollywood" - Shirley Temple. 7

7pm-Community Dialogue. See Weds 10/2 6:30pm A Season of Celebration - a summer in the life of the Chicago Free Street Theatre, and their Midwest tour. 56

Sun 6

Moon in Gemini



♦Cinema II: Islands of I of Souls (Erie Kentor). 7 & 9. $1.00

New World Film Co-op: Romeo & Juliet, 7 &9:30(MLB4). $1.25


Mud Cinema: Save the Tiger, see Sat. 10/5

International Film Series: Through a Glass Darkly ( lngmar Bergman) , 8pm, $0.5(Holy Trinity Chapel) EMU campus



The Ark Coffee House: Parlor Games (a Poetry-in-the-park Benefit). 7:30, .50 Music by Gemini, George Pederson. Poetry by Chris McLelland, Steve Schwartz, Donald Hall, Jane Kenyen. Cathleen Tebben, & Linda Parker Silverman

Bimbo's: Gaslighters - See Fri 10/4

Blind Pig: Classical, 9:30, .50

♦Chances Are: Ten High. 9:15, 1.00, R&R

Del Rio: Jazz

Golden Falcon: Discs spun by Mojo - 10pm, 2.00

Mr. Flood's Party: Jaw Bone, 9:30, .75, C&W


The Suds Factory: Masquerade, 9:30, .50,

Underground-Skin, see Weds, 10/2


Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Leon Thomas - see Fri. 10/4

Bobbie's Lounge: The Royal Tones, see Fri. 10/4

Hawaiian Gardens: Glen Miller's Band, 8:30 pm, $5 & $7.50, Big Band

♦Shelby Hotel: The Lyman Woodard Organization, see Fri. 10/4

Moby Dick Lounge: Don McKenzie Trio, see Fri. 10/4

Rainbow Room - Shelby Hotel: Eddi Nuccilli's Plural Circle, 9pm, $2, Jazz

Raven Gallery: The Country Store, see Fri. 10/4

Rock & Roll Farm: Bertha, see Wed 10/2

Side Door Lounge: Little Rubin & Wide Load see Tues 10/1

Surfside Cocktail Lounge: Good Time Band, see Wed. 10/2

Union Street: Mary Foley - 9pm - No Cover - Acoustic - folk

Watts Mozambique Lounge: O.C. Smith. see Sun. 9/29

Women's Cultural Center: Open Mike's Night


2:30pm-"The Unquiet Death of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg", 56



♦Oktoberfest, Last Day - see Sun. 9/29



Learning Exchange Meeting- educational cooperative and resource center; 4pm every 4th Sunday of the month, 802 Monroe St. (AA)

♦Krishna Yoga Feat & Festival - 5pm, 718 W. Madison (AA), 665-6304, Free.

Planetarium Show-Museum of Natural History; 3pm, 25 cents, cornet of Washtenaw & N. University (AA), 764-0478.

Jazz w /Ars Nova-5-9pm. Trotter House, 1443 Washtenaw

Pot Luck Supper & Open Mikes Nite-7:00pm COME - Bring food & your music to share: Women's Cultural Center, Poor Women's Paradise CoffeeHouse, 946 7 Mile, 1/2 block east of Woodward, Detroit.

Jazz-Rainbow Room-Shelby Hotel (Detroit): Eddie Nuccilli's seventeen-piece Plural Circle: 9 to Midnight; $2.

Hindu Dance Class - Earth Center, Det.- Tai Class - Earth Center, Det. 7pm


Ann Arbor City Council Meeting-7:30pm at Ann Arbor City Hall, Huron & 5th Ave.

HRP Steering Committee Meeting-5:30pm at 516 E. William, above Campus Bike Shop.

Free Legal Aid-7-10pm at the Free People's Clinic, 761-8592.


Gay Liberation Front 8pm at 3rd floor conference room South Wing, Michigan Union. 761-2044.

Cable 3-Ann Arbor City Council Meeting; 8:30pm. Replay of Monday's meeting.

Free Pap Tests-in the morning at St. Joe's, Call 668-8857 for more information


GAWK meeting-Gay Awareness Women's Kollective; 8pm at 3rd floor conference room South Wing, Michigan Union, 763-4186, all women welcome.


HRP City Committee Meeting-6:30pm in office at 516 E. William, above Campus Bike Shop.

ModeI Cities Policy Board the 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month at Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main, 8pm.


Picket Wrigley-Lettuce, Grape, and Gallo Boycott; 3:30-S:30pm. rides leave from north side of Michigan Union at 3:1 5pm.


♦Planetarium Show- 3pm, 25 cents, at Museum of Natural History, corner of Washtenaw & N. University, (AA), 764-0478.

♦Picket Wrigley & Village Corner-Lettuce, Grape & Gallo Boycott; rides to Wrigley from Village Corner, 11-3pm.

Poetry Uptown musical entertainment, theatre and poetry. 1-5pm at the Del Rio.

Lighthouse Coffeehouse-Free music and entertainment; 8-11pm at First Presbyterian Church of Washtenaw.


Ann Arbor Public Swimming Pool Locations: Fuller Pool, on Fuller Rd.; Veteran's Pool, on Jackson Ave.; and Buhr Pool, on Packard. Public swimming at all pools is: 1-5pm & 7-9pm, ADULTS 5-7pm. Adult noon swim - 12-1pm at Veteran's & Buhr pool only ($.50). Public swim sessions: 17 & under ($.30); Adults ($.75), Families w /at least 1 adult; $1.

Clements Library-Exhibits of rare books and historical documents of early America (1942-1850). 9am-Noon & 1-5pm weekdays. S. University, 764-2347.

♦Farmers Market-Open Wed. & Sat. 7am-3pm, 315 Detroit St. at corner of N. 4th Ave.

♦Kelsey Museum of Archeology-Exhibits from ancient Egypt and Greco-Roman antiquities. Mon.-Fri. 9-4, Sat. & Sun. 1-4. 434 S. State, 764-9304.

Matthai Botanical Gardens-Open to public daily 9am-4:30pm, 1800 Dixboro Rd., 7641168.

♦Organic Garden Tours provided by the Ecology Center. The garden is open for group tours Tues.-Fri. 11am-8pm, Sat. 9am-6pm & Sunday 12pm-6pm

U of M Natural History Museum-Kachina Doll exhibit of the Southwest Indian; Mon.-Sat. 9-5 and Sun. 1:30-5:30, 1st Floor lobby, 764-0478.

Greenfield Village-w /52 historic buildings open to public. Village crafts demonstrations operate 7 days/week. Main gate: Oakwood Blvd.Dearborn, 271-1620. 

♦Detroit Science Center- Open to public, Mon.I Fri. 9-5 & Sun. 12-5. Free or pay what you will. 52 E. Forest (1/2 block east of Woodward), Detroit, 883-1892.

♦Detroit Zoo-Fall hours 10 am-5 pm Mon.Sun. only. Parking $2/car pays admission for everyone in it. Otherwise admission is $0.5/adults, $0.25/children 6-12; under 12 tree. Ten Mile and Woodward, Detroit.

A Chinese Exhibition from the People's Republic of China will be shown at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto during October. The exhibit, previously shown in Paris, London, Vienna & Stockholm, is made up of 385 objects from palolithic times through the 14th Century A.D. The U of M Museum of Art is offering a weekend trip to the Toronto exhibit Oct. 1 8, 19 & 20. Call Mrs. Milder (763-1231) for information.


♦Itemized Coop (food) - call 663-1111 for distribution region, order, house, distribution house. Neighborhood Action Center Food Coop (serving low income people). Call 769-3771 or visit the center at 543 N. Main, ask for Greg.

People's Food Coop, 722 Packard, M-T & Th-Sat 10am- 6pm; M&Th 7:30 - 9 pm. Clean-up starts at 10 am on Wednesday; meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30, call 761-8173 for location.

People's Produce Coop (fruits & vegetables)$4.25 per week, order a week in advance at 1035 Martin Place, 10am-1pm For more info cali Comm. Switchboard, 663-1111.

Ypsilanti Food Coop - $1.00 membership fee allows you to pick up order forms at 401 S. Adams, distribution center the same, 10 am - 1 pm. For more info call John 481-0689, Mike 483-5458, Gladys 485-0067, or Maxine 482-2549.

Coop Auto (car repair), call 769-0220 for appointment and info, 2232 S. Industrial Rd., 7:30 5:30 pm.

Naked Wrench (bike repair) - call the workshop 764-6177, Ray 761-1733, Or Chris 665-0608



Ann Arbor Art Association-All media faculty show includes works by Pat Alting, Ellem Wilt, Stephen Smilove & Dan Rosbury. Thru Sept., 8-5pm weekdays. 2275 Platt Rd.

Gallerie Jacques-Original graphics, watercolors 9am-7pm every day 529 E. Liberty

Gallery of North American Wildlife-Wildlife Art. Hours: Tues.-Fri. 8:30-5:30 pm, Sat. 104 pm. 585 S. Maple Rd. 761-1030.

Lantern Gallery-Opening a major exhibition of collages by Adja Yunkers (Latvianborn) Fri. 9/27 with a reception for the artist from 7-0pm. Through 10/16. Gallery hours: 10-5pm, Tues. -Sat.

North Campus Commons-Works by Emil Weddige (internationally-known lithographer) through Oct. 11, 8:30-5 pm, Mon.-Fri.

♦Union Gallery-Paintings, Drawings, and photographs by Roberto Floves, Santos Martínez, Julio Perazza, Felipe Reyes, Eiroy Segura, Jorge Vargas. Tues-Sat 10-5, Reception, Sun. Sept 29, 4-6pm. Through Oct. 19. First Floor - Michigan Union.

University of Michigan Museum of Art"Visionary Projects" by Reginafd Malcomson through 930, 2-5 pm Sundays, 9-5 pm Mon.-Sat., 9-9 pm Wed. at Alumni Memorial Hall.


♦Detroit Institute of Arts-Post-WWlI revolutionary artists from Copenhagen, Brussels & Amsterdam who organized COBRA movement against formalism, through Nov. 17, 9:30-5:30 pm, Tues.-Sat.


Briarwood Movies((Briarwood Mall. 769-8780) NOW SHOWING: I-Dr. Zhivago w/Omar Shariff; IlDeath Wish w/Charles Bronson; III-Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid w /Paul Newman & Robert Redford ; IV-Paul & Michele and Friends.

Campus (1214 S. University, 668-6416) NOW SHOWING: Wedding in Blood (Claude Chabrol) .

Fifth Forum (210 S. Fifth Ave.:76 1-9700) NOW SHOWING: The Groove Tube & a short- The Dove.

Fox Village (Maple Village Shopping Ctr.,769-1300) NOW SHOWING: California Split (Altman) w /Elliot Gould & George Segal

Michigan (603 E. Liberty, 665-6290) NOW SHOWING: Zandy's Bride

State (231 S. State, 662-6264 )NOW SHOWING: Animal Crackers w /the 4 Marx Bros.

Club Locations


The Ark Coffee House, 1421 Hill, 761-1451

Bimbo's: 114 Washtenaw, 665-3231

Blind Pig: 208 S. First. 668-9449

Chances Are 516 E. Liberty 994-5350

Del Rio: 122 W. Washington, 761-2530

Golden Falcon: 314 S. Fourth, 761-3548

Mr. Flood's Party: 1 20 W. Liberty, 668-9372

Rubaiyat: 102 S. First, 663-2401 

Trotter House: 1443 Washtenaw, 763-4692


Bimbo's: 327 E. Michigan. 482-7130

Suds Factory : 737 N. Huron Drive, 485-0240

The Underground : 2655 Washtenaw,


Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Livernois at W 8 Mile (Detroit), 864-1200

♦Bobbie's Lounge: 5414 Telegraph 531-0189

Dirty Helen's Saloon: 1703 Cass, at Bagley (Detroit), 962-2300

Earth Center:11464 Mitchell, Corner Casmere, 1 block north of Caniff -1 block east of Jos Campau (Hamtramak) 891-9746

Hawaiian Gardens: 4501 Grange Hall Road  (Holly), 634-8231

The Medium Lounge 21632 Grand River (Bet. Lasher & 6 Mile) 531-9156.

Moby Dick Lounge: 5452 Schafer (Dearborn) 581-3650

Rainbow Room: Shelby Hotel, 1st & Lafayette (Detroit), 963-2460

Rappa House: on service drive off Fisher, between Woodward & John R. (Detroit)

Raven Gallery: 29101 Greenfield (South field) 557-2622

Rock& Roll Farm: 34828 Michigan Ave. I (Wayne), 721-9864

Side Door Lounge: 2101 S. Telegraph (Detroit), 274-5700

Surfside Cocktail Lounge: 7909 E. Jefferson (Detroit). 822-2628

♦Union Street: 15016 Mach Ave. (Grosse Pointe), 331-0018

Watts Mozambique Lounge: 8406 Fenkell (Detroit), 864-0240

Women's Cultural Center -Poor Women's Paradise Coffeehouse: 926 7 Mile (Detroit), 543 9046


WEMU 88.1 FM (487-2229)

News - 3,5,7 & 10pm, Mon. -Saturdays

Composite - light rock music with breaks for features - 3:10-5pm, Mon-Sat.

Science Magazine - Reports on the newest development in all sciences and how they affect your life, 5:30 - 6pm, Mondays.

♦Late Nite Show - Rock music till one, 10:30 - 1am Mon - Sundays.

Jazz Scope - 6-10pm, Saturdays.

The Kollector - live performances by progressive musicians in the emu studios, 7-10pm Sundays.

Community Calendar -5 :30pm Thursdays.

♦Evening concert - 8-10pm, Mon-Sundays.

The Week End - summary of the week's top news and sports stories. Fridays 7:15pm.

Folk Festival USA-Live concerts of bluegrass folk festivals, Sun 5:15-7 pm.

CJOM 88.7 FM (519 252 7313)

Bill Robertson M-F 6-10am 

Rick Chappus M-F 10-2pm

Rockin Ronnie Legge M-F 2-6pm

Dave Loncao M-F 6-9pm Paul Nathan M-F 1am

♦Bill Androsiak & AI Tucker-All night show

♦Special Weekend Programming-Jerry Goodwin Sat-Sun 3-8pm. Dave Dixon Sat-Sun 8 -1am

♦National Sunday 11pm

On Tour 11 pm

♦Connection Tues-Weds 11pm

WCBN 89.5(763-3500)

♦Sundays: 9-12 Classical; 12-1 Third World Concert; 1-2:30 Alternative Forum; 2:30-4 Broadway Show; 4-4:30 Radio Drama; 4:30-5 :30 Colleen Chavvin Film Show; 5:30-6 Scattered Arts; 6-7:30 Historie Rebroadcasts; 8-11 Gregory Kreissman Oldies Show; 11-3 Tavi Fulkerson Jazz.

Weekdays-At press time WCBN's schedule was not in full swing though their basic format is as follows:

Mon-Fri, 7-9 Morning Show (light rock); 9-12 Progressive Rock; 3-7 Light rock, folk, and progressive; 7-8 Public Affairs (Mon - Women's Hour, Thurs - Latino America);8-11 R&B; 11-3 Jazz.

Saturdays-5-6 What it is; 6-7 Feature Album; 7-8 R&B; 11-3 Weird Show.

NEWS throughout the week at 2,4,6,9&11pm.


Nostalgia-oldies station. Good dance program on late Sat. nights.

WABX 99.5 FM (543-9229)

♦David Perry -Mon-Fri, 6-10 a.m. Rhonda Tanton-Sat, Sun, 7 a.m.-noon

Jack Broderick Mon-Fri, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.. Sun, noon-5 p.m.

Mark Perenteau-Mon-Fri. 2-6 p.m.

♦Dennis Frawley-Tues-Fri 6-10 p.m.. Sat, noon-5 p.m.

Dick Tyne-Mon,6-10 p.m.;Thurs-Sun, 10 p.m. -2 a.m.

Ken Calvert-M-W 10pm-2am, Sat-Sun5-10pm

♦News with Cindy Felong-7:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m. & noon, Mon-Fri.

Allan Watts Show -Mon 1-2 a.m.

BBC Concerts-Sun. 9 p.m.

Upcoming Concert listings -Mon, Wed. Fri, 5 p.m.;Sat, 4 p.m.

Rock 'n Roll News- Thurs, 5 p.m.

WRIF 101 FM (444-1111)

♦Programmed hits from ABC New York. The DJ's all sound the same.

WDET 101.9 (577-4147)

Bud Spangler, "Jazz Today" Mon. 9pm-1am, repeat Sat. 12mid-4am.

♦Jim Gallert, "Jazz Yesterday Thur. 6:30-8:30pm.

Kenn Cox, "Kaleidophone" Sat. 5-8 pm.

Judy Adams, Greg Smela, "Morphogenesis" Mon. 3-5 pm.

WNRZ 102.9 FM (663-0569)

Monday: Jim Dulzo, early; Mike Mastos, late

Tuesday : Robin Lee, early: Ivy, late

♦Wednesday: Robin Lee, early; John Goodloe late

Thursday: Ivy, early; Jim Dulzo, late

Friday : Mike Mastos, early; John Goodloe, late

Saturday: Mark Gregory, early

WIOT 104.7 FM (419-248-3377)

Dorian Paster-Mon.-Fri., 7-11 a.m.

Rick Bird -Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Chris Loop -Mon.-Fri., 3-7 p.m.

Neil Lasher-Mon.-Fri.. 7-11 p.m.

♦Terry Gerbstadt -Mon.-Fri, 11 p.m. -3 a.m.

Lee Wesoff -Mon.-Fri., 3-7 a.m.

Chris McCabe- Fri.-Sat., 11 p.m.-3 a.m., Mon.. 1-7 a.m.

Mohammed Sonsher -Sat.. 7-11 a.m.; Sun., 3-9 p.m.

Special Features include SUN: Feature LP of the week 6:05 p.m. & 8:05 p.m. Clint Doolittle "4 Way Street" Quadrophonic Hour, 7-8 p.m. King Biscuit Hour. 8:30 p.m National Lampoon Radio Half Hour, mid-nite. MON: On Tour, 10:30 p.m.; Import Hour 11:30-12:30 a.m. FRI: In Concert, simulcast 11:30 p.m. Also listen for Slam Jams, prisoners hour. Coming soon! A regular jazz program.

WJZZ 105.9 FM (871-0590)

Black, mild jazz station with a sampling of light rhythm 'n' blues, too.

Community Calendar-3 a.m., 5 a.m , 11 a.m.

WWWW 106 FM (961-1067)

Jim Jefferson Mon.-Fri. 6-10am

Jim McKeon Mon.-Fri. 10am-2pm

Mike Benner Mon.-Fri. 2-6pm

Jerry Lubin Mon.-Fri. 6-10pm

Karen Savelly Mon.-Fri. 10pm-2am

Brent Wilson Mon.-Fri. 2-6am

The Creative Arts Collective



(concert series)

Wed. Oct. 2- Joseph Jarman

8:15pm Saxophone Solo Concert

Thur. Oct. 10-DonaId Moye

8:15 pm Percussion Solo Concert

Wed. Oct. 16- Malachi Favors

8: 15pm Contrabass Solo Concert

Wed. Oct. 23-Roscoe Mitchell

and the C.A.C. Ensemble


Abrams Planetarium- M.S.U.

Single Tickets-$3.00

Series S 10.00

Advance Tickets: Abrams

Planetarium & Student Union- M.S.U.; Discount Records-Grand River, E. Lansing.