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To publicize December CALENDAR evenls, send formatted listings by Wednesday, November 15 to AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. (996-8018) FORMAT- Date, event, sponsor, time and place. One or two sentence description, (fee), phone number. Unless otherwtse noted, all events listed In the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. ONGOING ACTIVITIES Recycling Drop-Off Station: Recycle Ann Arbor Fri & Sat only, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, 2050 S. Industrial. Also, recycling service and educa tion info: M-F, 9:30 am to 5 pm. 971-7400 Recycling Drop-Off Center: Ypsilantl Recycling Project Sat. 9 am to 3 pm, Wed. 2 pm to darfc, Rice St. between Cross & Forest, Ypsilanti. 485-2995 "The Black Struggle in the U.S": Baker-Ma ndela Center M-F, 10 am to 3 pm, Room 3, E. Engineering Bldg. All month photo display. 936-1809 1 Wednesday Memorial Service for Mickey Leiand: Hillel 5 pm, U-M Diag (Mich. Union if rain). Service for Congressman Leiand who was killed in a plañe crash on the way to Ethiopia. 769-0500 Rice and Beans Dinner: Guild House 6 pm, 802 Monroe. Prepared by the Celayas, a Salvadoran family living in sanctuary in A2. 662-5189 "The African Queen": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Bogart and Hepburn, $4$3.25 child., stud., seniors. 668-8480 "Images of Israel": Hillel 7 pm, 1420 Hill. Play a pictorial game to examine perceptions of Israel. 769-0500 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 7:30 pm, 1420 Hill. One hour of nstruction followed by an hour of open dancing (beg. & adv.), $2. 769-0500 Meeting: New Alllance Party 8 pm, 2440 Mason Hall. Check out America's Black-led, multi-racial, pro gay, independent political party. 995-5462 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm, ask for room at desk, Mich. Union. 665-8438 Bob Dylan: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Hill Auditorium, $25. 763-TKTS Ypsilantf Gay MaleLesbian AA Meeting 8:30 pm, Ypsilanti Area Community Education Ctr (old Ypsilanti High School), 210 W. Cross, rm 115.484-0456 "Batanan": Michigan Theater 9:05 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & senbrs. 668-8480 2 Thursday Happy Hour: Hillel Social Club 5 pm. Dominick's, 812 Monroe. 769-0500 "The Community Takes Charge:" Latinos Organizing for Healthcare at Home & Abroad": Solidarity 7:30 pm, E. Lectura Rm, 3rd floor, Rackham. Elsa Barboza, recently back from the Center for 3rd World Organizing in Oakland, CA and Luis Vázquez recently back from El Salvador. 665-2709 "Batman": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm (see 1 Wed) "Cha nt ing Workshop": Women & Spirituality 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Led by Mindy Hart. 662-5189 "Beyond the Cold War: The European Perspectiva": Campus WAND 7:30 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. Belgium peace activist Denise Peeters explains how we can replace the Cold War with a system of common security. 761-1718 "Trane- Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Ann Arbor-bom playwright Christine Rusch's play on the iife of John Coltrane, $9$6 stud. & seniorsgroup rates. 663-0681 Massage Therapy Classes for Gay Bisexual Men: Lesbian & Gay Male Programs Office 8 pm, 1402 Hill St. A safe environment to explore touching and sharing thoughts. Bring 2 sheets, a towel, any vegetable oil, and wear loóse dothing. David 662-6282 "Koyaanlsqatsl": Michigan Theater 9:30 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 3 Friday "Beyond the Cold War: Strategy for Peace Activista": Campus WAND 12 noon, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Speaker: Denise Peeters, peace activist and feminist from Belgium, lowcost lunch available. 761-1718 "Ugetsu" (1953) and "A Geisha" (1953): Ctr for Japanese Studie 7 pm and 8:45 pm respectively, Lorch Hall. Continuing retrospective of the films of Kenji Mizoguchi. 764-6307 "Trane - Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 8 pm (see 2 Thur) K.D. Lang & the Reclines: Prlsm 8 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. This Canadian group blends country western and pop. Music from their latest album, "Absolute Torch & Twang" is bound to be featured, and word of mouth has it that Lang is one helluva performer! $1 7.50 reserved. 668-8387 Gay Men'a Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm, 3200 Mich. Union. 763-4186 4 Saturday Picket: Homeless Action Committee (HAC) 11 am to 1 pm, Klines Dept. store parking lot. Reorient the Downtown Development Authority toward affordable housing rather than more parking structures. 930-2959 Salvadoran Dinner Dance: Quaker House 6:30 pm, 1416 Hill. Meal prepared by the Celayas, a Salvadoran refugee family. Dinner will be rice, beans, stuffed cabbage, pasteles, curtido, and quesadilla, $7 don., reservations. Pilar 930-9767 "Pink Floyd- The Wall': Hill Street Cinema 7 pm, 8:35 pm and 10:30 pm, 1429 Hill St. Film of Pink Floyd rock opera, $2.50. 769-0500 "Trane - Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 8 pm (see 2 Thur) Second City: Prism 8 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. World class comedy from the Windy City, $10.50 $12.50 reserved. 668-8397 Soviet Artist Performance: U-M Dance Dept 8 pm, Studio A Theater, Dance Bldg, 1310 N. University CL, $4. 763-5460 5 Sunday Meeting: Huron Valley Green 2 pm, Anderson Rm, Mich. Union. Orientation video presentation, discussion and task group devetopment. 994-4937 Earth Day Planning Meeting: Ecology Center 3 pm, Leslie Science Ctr, 1831 Traver. Help plan a Community ConferënceTeach-in for the 20th anniversary of Earth Day. 761-3186 "Five Thousand Flngers of Dr. T": Michigan Theater 5 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee (HAC) 6 pm, First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. Plan actions to fight homelessness. 930-2959 Business Meeting & Potluck: Huron Valley Greens 6 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 994-4937 "Trane - Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 2 Thur) "Uttle Vera": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. Soviet film that gives uncen sored look at the seamier side of working class Soviet life. 668-8480 "Steamboat Bill Jr" (1928): U-M Film Classic Series 7 pm, Mich. Theater, 603 E. Liberty. Starring Buster Keaton (live organ accompaniment). 764-0147 Soundgarden: Prlsm 8 pm, St. Andrews Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit, $5.50 advance, all ages. 665-4755 Christopher Parkenlng: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Hill Auditorium. Tribute to Andrés Segovia, $16.50 $13.50. 763-TKTS Women's Muslc: Gay Libera Kon 8 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First. 996-8555 6 Monday Meeting: Jewish Social Work Students Association 1 2 noon, Frieze Bldg. Monthly brown bag lunch. Discussion will focus on social plans and program ideas for winter term. Ronna 665-2234 or Neil 994-9034 Study Group: Liberation Theology 6:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Halachic Perspectives on Abortlon: Jewish Feminist Group 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Interpretations of Talmudic law in relation to abortón and other bio-medical issues. 769-0500 "Nonviolent Interventlon In Guatemala and El Salvador": Peace gade International (PBI) & Women for Guatemala 7:30 pen, Pendleton Rm, Mich Union. Slide show on the workof PBI. 662-9186 "Uttle Vera": Michigan Theater 8 pm (see 5 Sun) Monday Night Writers Series: Guild House 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Ed Morin and Stephen Dunning. 662-5189 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Uberation 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 Camper Van Beethoven: Prlsm 10 pm, Nectarine Ballroom, 510 E. Liberty, $11.50. 665-4755 7 Tuesday Meal Sacrifice for the Hungry: Mitzvah Project All day. Residence hall folks: sgn-up to dónate your dinner meal to Mazon, an organization to help the hungry and the homeless. 769-0500 "Closets are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. Call-in talk show. 763-3501 "The Quiet Man": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 "First Struggles of the U.S. Worklng Class": Spark Revolutionary History Series 7 pm, 122 Mod Lang Bldg . "The Neglected Legacy of Frank Uoyd Wright": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Community Access TV, Cable Channel 9. The ideas of F.L. Wright vs. Torn Monaghan, featuring local urban designer, Rich Ahem. 769-7422. "Preparing for Non-Violent Actlon": Peace Brigades International 7:30 pm, Friends Meeting House, 1420 Mili. Workshop and discussion. 662-9186 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Men's Rights Organizlng Committee (LaGROC) 7:30 pm, 3100 Mich. Union. 763-4186 Jahra Michelle McKInney: A2 Poetry Slam 8 pm, Heidelberg, 215 N. Main. Performance poet doing "stories in verse" - singing, dancing and playing African folk instruments, $3. 399-5223 "Who's In Charge Hef e, Anyway?": Hillel & U-M Housing División 8 pm, 1429 Hill. Hillel's theatre troupe performs a scène dealing with the difficulty of 'group process." 769-0500 "Uttle Vera": Michigan Theater 8 pm (see 5 Sun) 8 Wednesday Meal Sacriflce for the Hungry: Mitzvah Project All day (see 7 Tue) b. Rice & Beans Dinner: Gulld House 6 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Mass Meeting: Hillel 7 pm, 1429 Hill. Help plan the 11th Annual Conference on the Holocaust (March 18, 1990). 769-0500 "The Quiet Man": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 7 Tues) Meeling: LASC 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Ypsllantl Gay MaleLesblan AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 1 Wed) "Uttle Vera": Michigan Theater 9:30 pm (see 5 Sun) 9 Thursday "The Time of Harvey Milk": HUI Street Cinema 7 pm and 8:45 pm, 1429 Hill. Academy Award-winning documentary about murdered San Francisco Mayor Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person elected to office in the U.S., $2.50. 769-0500 "Uttle Vera": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm & 9:30 pm (see 5 Sun) - Journey Women": Women & Splrltuality 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 "The Future of Zlonlsm": Union of Student for Israel 7.30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Lecture on Zionism and how Jewish Americans have adapted their Zionist beliefs. 769-0500 Hayrlde: Hillel Social Club 8 pm, meet at 1429 Hill for a great hayride. Deadline for reservations and payment is 3 Fri, $5. 769-0500 "Animal Farm": The Huron Valley Playera 8 pm, Huron High Auditorium, 2727 Fuller, $6 ($4 students, seniors, $3 groups of 10 or more). 769-8359 "Trane- Beyond the Blue": Performance Network 8 pm (see 2 Thur) Massage Therapy Classes for Gay Bisexual Men: Lesblan & Gay Male Programs Office 8 pm (see 2 Thur) 10 Friday December News & Feature Deadline: AGENDA News & feature arteles due before 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. 996-8018 "The Student Movement at the Univ. of El Salvador": Friday Noon Forum 12 noon, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Speaker: UCAR member Pam Nadasen recently back from Et Salvador. 662-5189 Fall Open House (for faculty and grad. students of color): BakerMandela Center 4 pm, CA AS. Lounge, W. Engineering Bldg., U-M. Speaker: Prexy Nesbitt, reception to follow. 662-5189 "The Neglecled Legacy of Frank LJoyd Wright": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 7 Tues) ■Sansho the Balliff" (1954): Ctr for Japanese Studie 7 pm (see 3 Fri) Board Mesting: Wellnes Networks Inc. 7 to 9 pm, 3075 Clark Rd., Suite 207, Ypsilanti. Interested newcomers are encouraged to attend. 572-WELL Metaphyslcal Rap Session: School of Metaphysic 7:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. Donations appreciated. 482-9600 "You've Got to be Kldding: Did You Hear the One A bout?: Jewish Law Student Union 7:30 pm, U-M Lawyer's Club. Humor and its relation to various ethnic groups. 769-0500 "The Last Temptatlon of Christ": Guild House Video Nlght 7:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 "Animal Farm": The Huron Valley Players 8 pm (see 9 Thurs) Concert: Steve Somers 8 pm, Friends Meeting House, 1416 Hill St. Classical guitar and electronic music, $6$5 students and seniors. 668-621 1 Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm (see 3 Fri) "Trane - Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 8 pm (see 2 Thur) "Unie Vera": Michigan Theater 8 pm, 10 pm, & 12 midnight (see 5 Sun) 11 Saturday Shabbat Service: Hillel Conservative Minyan 9:45 am, 1429 Hill. "Conservative Judaism and lts Vitality in Today's Society" (reservations). 662-791 2 Picket: Homeless Aclion Committee (HAC) 1 1 am (see 4 Sat) "Uttle Vera": Michigan Theater 5:30 pm & 11 pm (see 5 Sun) "Toren Song Trllogy": Lesbian-Gay Male Programs Office & LAGROC 7 pm & 9:30 pm, Hill Street Cinema, 1429 Hill. Based on Harvey Fierstein's Tony Award-winning play of a shy, introspective female impersonator, $2.50. 769-0500 Jethro Tuit: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Hill Aud., $20$18.50. 763-TKTS "Animal Farm": The Huron Valley Players 8 pm (see 9 Thurs) "Trane- Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 8 pm (see 2 Thur) "The Dybbuk": Michigan Theater 8 pm, 603 E. Liberty. 1937 Yiddish film classic made in Poland, $4$3.?5 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 12Sunday "Abortion Rlghts: Silent No More": Jewish Feminist Group 12:30 pm to 6 pm, meet buses at Hillel, 1429 Hill. Travel to Oakland County to the Speak Out to support people who will talk about their personal experíences of legal and Ilegal abortions 769-0500 "Animal Farm": The Huron Valley Players 2 pm (see 9 Thurs) "The Dybbuk": Michigan Theater 3 pm & 5:30 pm (see 1 1 Sat) Kitten and Cat Beha vior & Care ClinIc: Humane Society of Huron Valley 4 pm to 6 pm, A2 Dog Training Club, 1575 E. North Territorial Rd. 662-5545 Meeting: Homeless Actlon Committee (HAC) 6 pm (see 5 Sun) Task Group Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 6:30 pm, Guild House. 9944937 "Trane - Beyond the Blues": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 2 Thur) "Life-Arfirming Toys for Bringlng Out the Best in Kids": Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) 7:30 pm, St. Aidan's EpiscopalNorthside Presbyterian Church, 1679 Broadway. Psychiatrist Lawrence Probes explains the psychological effects of violent toys on young children. 761-1718 "Liltle Vera": Michigan Theater 8 pm (see 5 Sun) Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 5 Sun) 13 Monday Israel Information Day: Hillel 10 am to 4 pm, 1429 Hill, (reservation). 7690500 "No More Business as Usual": Homeless Action Commlttee (HAC) 6 LASC 7:15 pm, City Council Chambers, 2nd floor Ann Arbor City Hall, 100 N. Fifth Ave. Mobilization to protest city priorities. 930-2959 "Status of Women in Israel": Progressive Zionist Caucus 8 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Discussion of recent events at the Western Wall, bring a dessert. 996-5950 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 6 Mon) Monday Night Writers Series: Guild House 8:30 pm. Anne Redmon & Don Unger. (see 6 Mon) 14Tuesday 'Closet s are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 7 "Know the Enemy": Ann ArborWashtenaw NOW 7 pm, Unitanan Church, 1917 Washtenaw Ave. Panel discussion on the anti-feminist right wing in Washtenaw County. 995-5494 "The Second International & World War I": Spark Revolutionary History Series 7 pm (see 7 Tue) "The Searchers": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 "Where Wlll the Children Play?": Peace Insight 7:05 pm, A2 Community Access TV, Cable Channel 9. War toys and children. 769-7422 Ethan Canin: HUI Street Forum & others 7:30 pm, Irwin Green Aud., Hillel, 1429 Mili. Canin is the author of the award winning short stories collection, "Emperor of the Air," $8$5 students & senior citizens. 769-0500 "Hunger in África": WHE-AC 7:30 pm, place to be announced. Video presentation. 662-3206 Meeting: Am nest y Intn'll Group 61 7:30 pm, Mich. Union (check at desk for room). Activities to protect human rights and free prisoners of conscience around the wortd. 761-1628 Meeting: LaGROC 7:30 pm (see 7 Tue) 15 Wednesday Dec Issue deadline for Calendar & Community Resource Directory: AGENDA Submit by 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, 48104. 996-8018 Bucket Drive: WHE-AC 9 am to 5 pm, on U-M campus. Fundraiser for Oxfam America. 662-3206 Interviews and Information: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Inst. of Religión 10 am to 5 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. 769-0500 Rice & Beans Dlnner: Guild House 6 pm, 802 Monroe. Prepared by the Rodríguez family, Salvadorans living in sanctuary n Ann Arbor. 662-5189 American Jewry Relations: Expectations and Reality": Hillel & others 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Discussion facilitated by Prof. Ze'ev Klein. 769-0500 Introductlon to Homeopathy: A-2 Homeopathie Study Group 7 pm, cali for location, $5. 668-0016 "The Searchers": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 Lecture: WHE-AC 3:30 pm, School of Public Health, room TBA. John Hammock (Executive Director of Oxfam America). 662-3206 Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Ypsilantl Gay MaleLesbian AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 1 Wed) "Tampopo": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 16Thursday Oxfam Fast for a World Harvest: WHE-AC All day national fast. Dónate your food money for the day to Oxfam America. (See WHE-AC listing in the CRD.) 662-3206 Bucket Drlve: WHE-AC 9 am to 5 pm (see 15 Wed) Meeting: Bread for the World 6 pm, Memorial Christian Church, comer of Hill & Tappan. Discussion of local, domesic and international hunger issues. 487-9058 "Tampopo": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm (see 15 Wed) Jerome Badanes: Hill Street Forum & others 7:30 pm, Irwin Green Aud., Hillel, 1429 Hill. Badanes is the wríter of the award-winning film "Image Before My Eyes" and author of "The Final Opus of León Solomon," $8$5 students & seniors. 769-0500 "Welcoming Change: You Can Never Teil A Gift When To Come": Women & Spirituality 7:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Talk by Peggy Motsch. 6625189 Lecture: WHE-AC 7:30 pm, Angelí Hall Aud. A. Francés Moore Lappe. 662-3206 "Hoart of a Dog": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Unexpected and hilarious conflicts result when a "sexual rejuvenation" doctor daríngly transplants human testes and pituitary gland into a mongrel dog. A Russian satire on the disastrous consequences of scientific and govemmental manipulation of human nature, $9$6 stud. & seniors group rates. 663-0681 Massage Therapy Classes for Gay Bisexual Men: Lesbian & Gay Male Programs Office 8 pm (see 5 Thur) "Heathers": Michigan Theater 9:45 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 17 Friday Rafe Ezekial: Friday Noon Forum 12 pm (see 3 Fri) "Where Wlll the Children Play?": Peace Inslght 6.05 pm (see 14 Tue) "The Crudfied Lovers" ('54): Ctr for Japanese Studies 7 pm (see 3 Fri) Alan Ginsberg & Philip Glass In Concert: Michigan Theater 7:30 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Benefit concert for Jewel Heart, an organizaron whose purpose is to preserve Tibetan culture and Mahayana Buddhism, featuring solo music by Glass, poetry by Ginzburg and some of their musicpoetry collaborabons, $20.50. 668-8480 "Haart of a Dog": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 6 Thur) Gay Men's Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm (see 3 Fri) Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm (see 3 Fri) Arab Cultural Nlght: General Union of Palestinlan Students 8 pm, S. Quad (ask at desk for room) 973-6796 18Saturday Ptcket: Homeles Actlon Commlttee (HAC) 1 1 am (see 4 Sat) "Brazil": HUI Street Cinema 7 pm & 9:30 pm, 1429 Hill St. Film: In a totalitarian state based on consumerism, fantasy is the only escape, $2.50. 7690500 Ebony Fashion Fair: Mich. Theater 8 pm, cali for more info. 668-8480 "Heart of a Dog": Performance Network 8 pm (see 16 Thur) Ann Arbor Jewish Book Fair: Jewish Community Center 8:15 pm to 1 1 pm, 2935 Birch Hollow. Great deals on great Jewish books 769-0500 19Sunday Ann Arbor Jewish Book Fair: Jewish Community Center 9 am to 5 pm (see 18 Sat) Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 2 pm, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2685 Packard. 763-4186 Poetry Reading: Granite Line Writers 2 pm, Freighthouse Cafe, Ypsilanti. Poets Thomas Lynch and Duncan Moran will read from their work. Open mike readings as well, $3. 665-5034 Peter & The Wolf: Michigan Theater 4 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Live on stage, cali for more info. 668-8480 Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 6 pm, Guild House. Potluck and discussion on homelessness, land use policy, and social justice. 994-4937 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee (HAC) 6 pm (see 5 Sun) "Heart of a Dog": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 16 Thur) "My Friend Ivan Lapshin": Hill Street Cinema 7 pm, 1429 Hill. Portrait of Russia on the eve of the Great Terror, wEng, subtities. 769-050 Warren Mlller's "White Magie": Michigan Theater 8 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $10.50. 668-8405 Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 5 Sun) 20 Monday Study Group: Liberation Theology 6:30 pm (see 6 Mon) Monday Night Writers Series: Guild House 8:30 pm. Lorenzo Buj & Natalie Ku. (see 6 Mon) Open House for Lesblans & Gay Men: Gay Ub. 8:45 pm (see 6 Mon) 21 Tuesday "Closet are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Coll. 6 pm (see 7 Tue) "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniora. 668-8480 "Imperialism": Spark Revolutionary History Series 7 pm (see 7 Tue) "Eden Pastora, the CIA & the LaPenca Bombing": Peace Insight 7:05 pm, A2 Community Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Free-lance journalist Tony Avirgan describes an investigaron into CIA invoivement in the bombing of a press conference given by Contra leader Eden Pastora. 769-7422 "Human Rights in South África": Amnesty International 7:30 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. Talk by C. Jozana, a native South African and law professor. 995-1271 Meeting: LaGROC 7:30 pm (see 7 Tue) 22 Wednesday "Mary Poppins": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 1 Wed) "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 21 Tue) 23 Thursday ""Mary Poppins": Michigan Theater 4 pm, 6:30 pm & 9 pm (see 22 Wed) "Oíd Times': Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Nother Production of a Harold Pinter play. 663-0681 Massage Therapy Classes for Gay Bisexual Men: Lesbian & Gay Male Programs Office 8 pm (see 2 Thur) 24 Friday "Mary Poppins": Mich. Theater 1:30 pm, 4 pm & 6:30 pm (see 22 Wed) "Eden Pastora, the CIA & the La Penca Bombing": Peace Insight 6:05 pm (see 21 Tue) "Oíd Times": Performance Network 8 pm (see 23 Thur) Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm (see 3 Frí) "A Taxing Woman's Return": Mich. Theater 9 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3 25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 "Heart of a Dog": Performance Network 11 pm (see 16 Thur) 25 Saturday Picket: Homeless Action Committee (HAC) 1 1 am (see 4 Sat) "Oíd Times": Performance Network 8 pm (see 23 Thur) Bes Bonnier: S.E. Mlch. Jazz Association 8 pm, Burlington Bldg. 2, 315 E. Eisenhower. Legendary jazz pianist Bonnier will play in duet with bassist Paul Keiler, $5. 994-8790 "Dizzie and Mr. B Salute the Count": Michigan Theater 8:30 pm, 603 E. Liberty. For the first time since the early 1940s, Dizzy Gillespie & Billy Eckstine reunite to honor Count Basie with the Count Basie Orchestra, $18.50. 668-8405 "Heart of a Dog": Performance Network 1 1 pm (see 16 Thur) 26 Sunday Kiwanls Chrlstmas Slng: Michigan Theater 1 :30 pm, 603 E. Liberty. 6688480 'Mary Poppin ": Michigan Theater 5 pm & 7:30 pm (see 22 Wed) Meeting: HomeHess Action Committee (HAC) 6 pm (see 5 Sun) 'Oíd Times": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 23 Thur) Womens Muslc: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 5 Sun) "Heart of a Dog": Performance Network 9 pm (see 16 Thur) "A Taxing Woman's Return": Michigan Theater 10 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 27 Monday "A Taxing Woman's Return": Mich. Theater 7:15 pm (see 26 Sun) Monday Night Writers Serles: Guild House 8:30 pm. lan González & David Grove, (see 6 Mon) Open House for Lesbiana & Gay Men: Gay Ub. 8:45 pm (see 6 Mon) 28 Tuesday 'Closet are for Clothes": Lesbia n Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 7 Tue) "The Man Who Would Be King": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4$3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 "The Russian Revolution of 1905": Spark Revolutionary History Series 7 pm (see 7 Tue) "Alternative Defensa and Economie Conversión": Peace tnsight 7:05 pm, A2 Community Access TV, Cable Channel 9. 769-7422 Meeting: LaGROC 7:30 pm (see 7 Tue) "A Taxing Woman's Return": Michigan Theater 9:30 pm (see 26 Sun) 29 Wednesday "Proud to be a Zionist Day": Tagar All day, Fishbowl, U-M. All supporters of Israel are welcome to visit the Diag and the Fishbowl to show support of Israel. 769-0500 Rice & Beana Dinner : Guild House 6 pm (see 1 Wed) "The Man Who Would Be Klng": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 28 Tue) Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Ypsilantl Gay MaleLesbian AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 1 Wed) "A Taxing Woman's Return": Michigan Theater 9:30 pm (see 26 Sun) 30 Thursday "Caminos del Silencio": Women for Guatemala 7 pm, Mich. Union (ask for room at desk). Film documenting the "communities in resistance that were formed by Mayan Indians in Guatemala to escape the violence and repression of the Army during the early - 1980s. 769-1298 "A Whlte Christma": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4 $3.25 child., stud. & seniors. 668-8480 "Rope": Hill Street Cinema 7 pm, 8:30 pm& 10 pm, 1429 Hill. Hitchcocks favorite of his films, about two rich young men who murder a third for philosophical argument then cooly throw a party around the hidden corpse. 769-0500 "Women's Drumming Clrcle": Women & Spirituality 7:30 pm (see 2 Thur) "Beyond the Walls": Progressive Zionist Caucus 7:30 pm, Hillel 1429 Hill. Film about relations between Arabs and Jews in an Israeli príson. 769-0500 "Oíd Times": Performance Network 8 pm (see 23 Thur) "A Taxing Woman's Return": Mich. Theater 9:30 pm (see 26 Sun)

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