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1996
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UIERARY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Book & Poetry Fteadmgs, Art Exhibttfons, Workshops, Publication Pwüee, Writers Artist Opporiumöés, etc, Groups, etc. am Usted on Usted fn ft fn meUTERABY EVENTS VtSUALAKTS Cátandor Calendar fpago 12-13}. (pagaM To publicize November Calendar ovents, send Information by October 1 5 to AGENDA, 220 S. Main SI . , A2, Ml 481 04. Unless otherwise noted, all ovents listed in the CALENDAR are f ree and open to the public. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. lTuesday Meeting: Lavendar Information & LibraryAssociation time TBA. 405 West Hall. 763-4186 Lollipop Tree: A2 Parks and Ree. 10:30 am, Bryant Community Center, 3 W. Eden Ct. Ages 3-5 will enjoy songs, games, stories and hand puppets (each Tuesday to Nov 26), fee TBA.scholarshipsavailable. 994-2722 Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: American Moveinent for Israel 6 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Kosherdinnerand discussion. 769-0500 Free HIVAntibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-10 pm. For gay and bisexual men. Confidential. 800578-2300 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6-6:30pm. Call-in radio show wPattrice Maurer of the A2 Tenants Union. 763-3500 Meeting: Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm. Meets every Tue. Cali Alan or Marión for location. 662-2222 Campus Forum: Anti-Racist Action (ARA) 7 pm, Kalamazoo Rm, Mich. League. An honest look at anii-racist organizing. 483-3548 "Oxfam America - Partnership in Bangladesh & Guatemala": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. 769-7422 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, every Tue. Support group for men and women. Cali HARC for info. 800-578-2300 Brooks Williams: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Soulful, blues-inspired singer songwriter on guitar, $10. 761-1800 Video Planning Meeting: Peace InSight 8 pm, Expresso Royale Caffe II, 214 S. Main. Melp produce shows for local cablecast on peace and social justice issues. 761-7749 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm, Kimball High School, Royal Oak. Charley 482-2450 or Kelly 663-0036 Local Artist Jam Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm-1 am 1 14 E. Washington. Featuring a wide variety of local bands , auditions required. 213-1393 Acid Jan Night: PrismBird of Paradise9pm-1 am, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. DJ spinning hip-bop and acid jan favorites, $3. 662-8310 2Wednesday Tyke Program - Creature Features!: A2 Parks & Ree Session 1: 10:301 1 :30 am . Session 2: 1 -2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Cnildren ages 4-5 will learn why their knees bend, whytheirearsareon the outside of their head ... and more, $25. Preregister 662-7802 "The History of Schwaben Hall": Kempf House Brown Bag Lunch noon , 31 2 S. División. Lecture and beve rage, $1.994-4898 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm. Closets R 4 Clothes (6 pm) shares the hour with Radio Q (6:30 pm). News and more for the LesBiGay communities. 763-3500 Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:308 pm, SAFE House, 4100 Clark Rd. For lesbian survivors of lesbian battering. Meets every Wed. 973-0242 x201 Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Services, social events speakers, educational programsand social action projects. 7690500 Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd floor. Meets every Wed. 763-4186 Okioberfest Beer Tasting & Cigar Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 7 pm-9 pm buffet, 411 E. Washington. Cali for fees and details. 213-1393 Discussion and Potluck: VINE 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. etarian Information Network & Exchange invites you to bring a vegan snack to share. Topic: "What's Wrong with Leather and Free Range Eggs," $1-84.995-6320 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, every Wed. Support group f or men and women. Cali HARC for info. 800-578-2300 "The Greatest Show on Earth": Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey 7:30 pm, Joé Louis Arena, Detroit. 125th Anniversary Edition, $10.50-$14.50. 810-645-6666 Shamanic Journeys: Mag cal Education Council 7:30 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1522 Hill St. Simplified approach to shamanic traditions. 665-3522 " Six Degrees of Sep aration" : A2 Civic Theater 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. This contemporary comedy by John Guare had a long and successful run on Broadway: realevents are woven into the fictional lives of several New Yorkers who have a commondesire, S15-S16. 971-2228 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm, 137 Park St, Chelsea. Written byJeff Daniels: Annie is in for surprises wtien she gets a lease on Apt. 3A, $10. 475-7902 Bill Staines: The Ark 8 pm 316 S. Main. One of the most entertaining showmen around, $10. 761-1800 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10:30 pm, Leonardos, 2101 Bonisteel.North Campus. Eastem and Middle line and arde dances, beginners welcome, no partner needed. 662-4258 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee 8 pm, Mich. Union. Group organized around human rights in Latin America. 663-0173 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 8:30-11:30 pm, 114 E. Washington. Traditional Irish folk music. 213-1393 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Parad ise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. With Bassist Ron Brooks, pianistanddrummerTBA, $3.662-8310 Meeting: East Quad Group cali for time, 2nd Cooley Lounge, E. Quad. A social group for students who are lesbians, gays, and bisexuals. Shawna 763-2792 or Mark 764-3630 Social Group: Bi-Ways cali for time and location. A social group for bisexuals. Dorian 213-2437 3 Thursday Credit Education Series: A2 Parks and Ree. 5:30 pm, Bryant Commumty Center, 3 W. Eden Ct. Basic budgeting and bili paying - how and why to save and be creditworthy, $15 for 2 workshops (see 10 Thu), booklet and dinner. 994-2722 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Group organized to address the problems of poverty and homelessness. 930-0601 Shulchan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm, downstairs, Cava Java (corner of East Univ. and S. Univ.).PracticeyourHebrewin afun, social atmosphere. 769-0500 Jonathan E Nis: Gypsy Cafe 7 pm, 214 N. Fourth Ave. A2 activist and spiritual counselor talks about "Being oh au Independent Spiritual Path." 668-6672 "Tales of the City" Part 3: TVQ 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union 3rdfloor. 763-4186 Meeting: LGBTPeopleofColor7pm, place TBA. First meeting of new school year, 763-4186 Oktoberfest Beer Tasting & Cigar Night: Arbor Brewing Company 7 pm, 1 14 E. Washington. Germán appetizer buffet until 9, live Germán music and cigars for sale f rom 9:30 to 12:30. 213-1393 Drum Circle: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm.meetsfirstThursdays, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host Reba Devine. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Posilive Women's Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, meets altérnate Thursdays. Group for Hl V-positive women. 800-578-2300 "The Greatest Show on Earth": Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Vinx: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Singersongwriter and percussionist blendsjazz, African andisland rhythms, $12. 761-1800 "House of Life" 4"To Julia": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Poetrysettomusic, performed by Suzanne Willets Brooks & Jefirey Willets. $9-$12. 663-0696 Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Co mm o ns Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm , 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Live jazz. 764-7544 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "Six Degrees of Separation": A2 Chrie Theater 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm. Mich. Union Wolverine Room. Campus activistgroupfighting homophobia and heterosexism. 763-4186 Il-V-I Orehestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm, 1585 Franktin, Detroit. Big band jazz, $2.313-259-1374 Al Hil I Trio: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm1 am, 411 E. Washington. Southern and boogie-woogie blues, specials from 10-1 with college I.0. 213-1393 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 2 Wed) 4Friday Youth Soloist Competrlion: A2 Symphony Orchestri Open to all piano studente 12-20 living in Michigan, $500 cash prize and opportunity to compete in Jan . Mozart Birthday Bash . 994-4801 Workshop: Neahtawanta Center Neahtawanta Inn, 1308 Neatawanta Rd, Traverse City. Starhawk & David Miller lead this 3-day workshop with the theme, "Building CommunirJes of Resistance and Rene wal. "Learnabout the tools of magie as a way of creating a sustainable community and world. $325person, to register send 12 deposittoaboveaddress.616-223-7315 "Oxfam America- Partnership in Bangladesh & Guatemala": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 1 Tue) "Eijanaika" (1 981 ): Center for Japanese Studies 7 pm, Natural Sciences Auditorium. First of free movie series: "Disrupting the Public." Farmer returns to Japan to find his wife has fallen into corrupb'on. 332-0503 "Cold Fever" (1995): Detroit Instituto of Arts 7 & 9:30 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. A young Tokyo executive is compelled to travel to an outspost in leeland, S4.50-S5.50. 833-2323 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm, cali for location. Meets every Fri. 763-4186 "The Greatest Show on Earth": Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Iris Dement: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Outstanding folk musician, $15 761-1800 "The Politics of Quiet": University Musical Society of U-M 8 pm, Power Center. Written, composed and dierected by Meridirh Monk, a new multi-cultural opera, $18-530. 7642538 Fridays in Leonardo's: Pierpont CommonsArts&Programs8-10pm,2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. The winner of Wed .'s open m c eveni ng will showcase their talent. 764-7544 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) " Si Degrees of Separation": A2 Civic Theater 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "House of Life " 4 "To Julia": Performance Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm, Kimball High School, Royal Oak. Charley 482-2450 or Kelly 663-0036 John Agopian: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 1 1 2 W. Washington . Playing flamenco guitar. 769-2020 Harvey Thompson & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. Vocalist wgroup, $5. 662-8310 Decky Alexander & Menanine: Gypsy Cafe 10 &11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Dramatic prose & poetry followed by mock-lounge act, $3. 994-3940 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 10:30 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. EclectJc, recorded dance music(bringyourowntapes).Smokeand alcohol-free, children welcome, wheelchair accessible, $2. 996-2405 (10am-8pm) 5Saturday Youth Soloist A2 Symphony Orchestra (see 4 Fri) Bird Brea Wast: A2 Parks and Ree. 8:30 am, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver Rd. Ages 6+ will cook breakfast over a campfire and hike to look for btrds, $7child. 662-7802 Children s Home Health Care: Trusting Nature 9 am-3 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. Workshop led by Patty Brennan on herbal and homeopathie remedies for acute illness and first aid crises in children, $60. 663-1523 Free HIV Arrtibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10am-2pm.Forgay and bisexual men. Confidential. 800578-2300 Meeting: Gray Panthera of Huron Va Iley 10 am, Ann Arbor Senior Center, Burns Park, 1320 Baldwin. "Is Government Our Enemy," presented by Maryann Mahaffey, Pres. of Detroit City Council. 769-7530 Seminar: Anti-Racist Action (ARA) 11 am, City Center Bid. 7th floor, 220 E. Huron. Liberation psychotherapy for artists. activists, and people of conscience, featuring speaker Barbara Pliskow, PhD. 761-2176 Car Caravan to "Michigan Stand For Children": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 11 am, Pioneer High School, S. Main and Stadium. Go to the State Capitol Building and particípate in rally for concerns for children. 663-1870 "The Greatest Show on Earth": Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey 11:30 am,3:30&7:30pm(see2Wed) Veterans Indoor Ice Arena Open House: A2 Parks and Ree. 1 2:30-2:30 pm, 2150 Jackson Rd. Skating exhibitions and registration info. 761-7240 "Six Degrees of Separation": A2Civic Theater 2 pm (see 2 Wed) "Cold Fever" (1995): Detroit Institttte of Arts 4, 7 & 9:30 pm (see 4 Fri) Drumming Circle:MagicalEducation Council 6-9 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1522 Hill St. Brmg drums, rattles, musicmaking objects and friends to particípate in non-professional, free-form spontaneous drumming. 677-8211 "Capitol Steps ": EMU Perf orming Arts Series 8 pm, cali for location. Former and current Congressional staffers, the only group in America that attempts to be funnier than Congress, S12-S18. 487-3045 "Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?!": Croswell Opera House 8 pm, 129 E. Maumee St, Adrián. Tnis concert will highltght the sensational music of the 1920's-40's with origináis and jazz and pop classics. Gala 13Oth Birthday celebration for Crosell to follow for limited number, $20-565. 517-264-SHOW "AnEvening of Beethoven": Borders 8 pm , Michigan Theater. A2 Symph ony Orchestra performs "Triple Concerto for Piano, Cello and Violin," S15-S25. Pre-concert lecture at 7 pm is free to ticket holders. 994-4801 "Immigrant Suns": Benefit Concert 8 pm, Not Another Cafe, 1301 S. University. Ethnic music and dancing, poetry readings, performance by "Drum Circle" and more - proceeds to Amnesty International, $6. 973-7004 'Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Comparty 8 pm (see 2 Wed) " Six Degrees of Sep aration" : A2 Civic Theater 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "House of Life " & "To Julia": Performance Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) "The Politics of Quiet": University Musical Society of U-M 8 pm (see 4 Fri) Harvey Thompson & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 4 Fri) Timothy Monger & Jen Cass: Gypsy Cafe 10&11 pm,214N.4th Ave. Two singersongwriters perform, $3-, 9943940 Dance Party: Club Fabulous 10 pm-2 am, A2 YMCA, Rfth Ave. & William . All ages, chemical-free mega-mix dance party for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their friends, $4. 763-4186 6 Sunday 20th Annual Show & Sale: Hurón Valley Antique Botile & Insulator Club 9 am-3 pm, Holiday Inn, N. Campus. Bottles, insulators, flasks, fruit jars, and table top collectibles, $2. 6731801 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aqu at es Swim Team 10:30 am, cali for location. Kelly 663-0036 or Charley 482-2450 Children's Hour: Borders 11 am, Borders Books & Music, 612 E. Liberty. Featuring the music of David and Jenny Heitler-Klevans. 668-7652 "The Greatest Show on Earth": Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey 1 & 5 pm (see 2 Wed) 1 996 Washtenaw County CROP Walk: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 2 pm, St. Mary's Student Chapel, 331 Thompson. Take a giant step toward a world without hunger and join the 22nd annual 6-mi. walk. Registration begins at 1 30, or cali as walker or sponsor. 663-1870 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 2 & 7 pm (see 2 Wed) "Oxfam America - Partnership in Bangladesh & Guatemala": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 1 Tue) "The Magie of Stuart and Lori": Croswell0peraHouse3pm,129E.Maumee St., Adrían. Be mystified by this dynamic duo,$5-$10.517-264-SHOW Cassini Ensemble: Kerrytown Concert House 4 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. $5$12.769-2999 "Cold Fever" (1995): Detroit Instituto of Arts 4 &7 pm (see 4 Fri) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm, 122 W. Washington. Live music. 761 -2530 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1418 Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 6:308:30 pm, 548 S. Main St. Discussion of Ralph Nader and Gaia Kile campaigns. 663-3555 Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm, 215 N. Main. Big band jazz, $3. 663-7758 "House of Life " & "To Julia": Performance Network 7 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexual' AA 7:30 pm, downstairs (backentrance), istCongreg.Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 721-2081 Israeli Dancing: Hillel8-10pm,Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Learn the basics (veteran dancers welcome), $2.50. 769-0500 Reggae & World Music Night: Arbor Brewing Co .9 pm-1 am, 114 E. Washington. With Dr. Rat, Latrinity and Topaz, $2 cover if under 21 . 213-1393 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm , 208 S. First St. Guest musidans join house band, The Terraplanes, $2. 971-2469 Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. With Paul Finkbeiner & Friends. 662-8310 Meeting: Unscouts cali for time, Eastern Accents (on 4th Ave. across from Common Language). Group for bisexual and bi-friendly women, 22+ years. 763-4186 7 Monday Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus cali for time and place. A Lesbian Gay Bi and Trans chorus open for all. Meets every Mon. 741-8000x140 "Portrayals of Rape in the Media": U-M Women's Sudies noon, Women's Studies Lounge, 232D West Hall. Presented by Lisa Cuklanz, Asst. Prof. of Communications at Boston College. 763-2047 Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd Floor. Open to all women. 763-4186 "Who Killed Pasolini?" (1995): Detroit Instituto of Arts 7 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. The story behind the murder of Italian author and filmmaker, S4.50-S5.50. 833-2323 HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, meets every Monday. For HlV-positive men and women who face the complex issues of being both HlV-positive and chemically dependent. 800-578-2300 Duo Herbraique: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Cellist Mare Moscovitz and pianist Daniel Shapiro wil perform works by exiled Jewish composers, S5-S10.769-2999 Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Randy Napoleon and friends play jazz, classic and original. 764-7544 Monday Night Out Group: LGBPO 9 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church. 801 S. Forest. A social for lesbians, bisexual people, and gay men. Showing of "Bar Girls." 763-4186 Live Kicked Back Alternative Rock with The Still: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm-1 am, 114 E. Washington. $2 for under 21. 213-1393 Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm-1 am, Bird of Paradise jazz Club, 207 S. Ashley. 12-piece big band jazz, $3. 662-8310 8 Tuesday Meeting: Lavendar Information & Library Association (see 1 Tue) Lollipop Tree: A2 Parks and Ree. 10:30 am (see 1 Tue) Brown-Bag Seminar Series: Domestic ViolenceSAFE House noon-2 pm, 4100 Clark Rd. Topic: "When Someone You Care About is Being Abused: A workshop for Family & Friends." 973-0242 x202 "New Women Faculty Talk about their Research": U-M Women's Sudies 3 pm, Rackham East Conf. Room. IndudngRebeccaEgger, Leslie Hollingsworth, Carroll Smith-Rosenberg, Caren Stalberg, Monique Ward and Meiko Yoshihama. 763-2047 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6-6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-10 pm (see 1 Tue) teraelTuesday News Schmooze: American Movement for Israel 6 pm (see 1 Tue) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Tabitha Soren: EMU Performing Arts Lecture Series 7 pm, McKenny Ballroom. Incisive exploration of campaign issues for 18-35 year olds. 487-3045 "And the Poor Get Poorer": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Keynote talk f rom annual Interfaith meeting in April. 769-7422 Origami Demo: A2 District Library 7-8 pm, Main Library Multi-Purpose Room. Learn paperfolding projectsfor the wtiole family with Don Shall. Registration is required. 994-2345 "Pastors for Peace Computers Go to Cuba!": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, 1st Baptist church, 512 E. Huron. Three Ann Arborites describe their trip to Cuba to deliver medical computers, confiscated by the U.S. until Pastors for Peace hunger strike. 663-4734 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm, Mich. Union. Local chapter of independent worldwide movement. 668-0660 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Steve Tilston and Maggie Boyle: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. British duo performs origináis set in traditional styles f rom around the world, f ree! 761-1800 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 1 Tue) Local Artist Jam Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 1 Tue) Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Tue) 9 Wednesday Tyke Program-Creature Features: A2 Parks and Ree. 10 am (see 2 Wed) "Tools in Genealogical Research": Kempf House Brown Bag Lunch noon, 312 S. División. Lecture and beverage, $1.994-4898 Second Wednesday Supper Forum: Guild House 5:15-7:15 pm, 802 Monroe. Rice and beans supper followed by forum and discussion, $5. 662-5189 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6-7 pm (see 2 Wed) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Southeast Mich.'s Naturists and Nude Beach Advocates 7-8:30 pm, Dominick's Restaurant, 812 Monroe. Discuss and plan social, educational, and political events related to social nude issues. 475-9198 Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Songwriters' Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Songwriters perform and talk about their songs, optional videotaping. 662-8283 Shamanic Joumeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Solas: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Irish new generation supergroup, $13.50. 761-1800 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Group (see 2 Wed) Social Group: Bi-Ways (see 2 Wed) 10 Thursday Free Screenings for Depression: Huron Valley Consult ation Center 1 1 am & 4pm, 2750 Carpenter Rd., Suite 1. National Depression Screening Day. 662-6300 Credit Education Series: A2 Parle and Ree. 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Shulchan Ivrrt: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Family, Friends, & Caregivers Support Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, meets altérnate Thursdays. Group addresses the emotional needs of individuáis who care aboutfor people living with HIVAIDS. 800-578-2300 Songwriters Open Mie: Oz's Music7:309:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Songwriters perform and talkabouttheirsongs. Open stage with host Jim Novak. Perform or listen. 662-8283 - Yair Dalal & The AL 0L Ensemble: Hillel & The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Original music steeped in the JewishArabic heritage of the Middle East, tickets TBA. 761-1800 "Human Rad iation": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Installation environment exploring the energy of human consciousness, presented by performance artist Nelson Smith, $9$12.663-0681 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm. Live jazz. (see 3 Thu) Al Hill Trio: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm-1 am, 411 E. Washington. Southern and boogie-woogie blues, specials from 101 with college I.D. 213-1393 Il-V-I Orchesira: Soup Kitchen SaloonQ pm (see 3 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm (see 3 Thu) llFriday Empatheatre: Kerrytown Concert House 4 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. $6-$8. 769-2999 "And the Poor Get Poorer": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 10 Tue) "Chushingura" (1962): Center forJapanese Studies 7 pm, Natural Sciences Auditorium. 18th century revenge murderand mass suicide- a vivid portrayal. 332-0503 "Secrets and Lies" (1996): Detroit Institute of Arts 7 & 9:30 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. A woman is approached by the daughter she gave up at birth, $4.50-$5.50. 833-2323 Arme Dodson & Matt Szostak Family Concert: A2 Parks & Ree 7:30-9 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Traditional, contemporary, and original folk music, $5person, $18family. 662-7802 Second Friday Discussion: Older Lesbians Organizing (OLO) 7:30-9:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 215 S. 4th Ave. TopicTBA. Open to women of all ages. 769-4750 Meeting: Queer AsianPacitic Islandert 7:30 pm (see 4 Fri) "Trager - Experience the Pleasure of Effortless Movement": Crazy Wisdom Lecture Series 8 pm, Crazy Wisdom Bookstore, 206 N. 4th Ave. Introductor talk and hands-on experience with Villabeth Taylor, $3 donation. 665-2757 "Harvey": Croswell Opera House 8 pm, 1 29 E. Maumee St., Adrián. The only sixand-a-half-foot invisible rabbit around graces the stage of Croswell. Cali for ticket prices. 51 7-264-SHOW "Ladies of Lanford": EMU Theatre 8 pm, Sponberg Theatre, EMU. Three generations of women in an evening of plays by Lanford Wilson, $5-$12. 487-1221 Juana Conrad: Baha'i Communies 8 pm, Detroit Baha'i Center, 1 721 5 James Couzens, Detroit. Topic: "Women and the Welfare of Humanity," presented by internationally known speaker Conrad. Refreshments to follow. 313-568-6557 Second City Touring Company: U-M Activity Center 8 pm, Power Center. Improvisational performance, topical comedy sketches, $10-$15. 763-TKTS The Cleveland Orehestra: Universíty Musical Society of U-M 8 pm, Hill Aud. Program includes selectionsfrom Rands, Schuberf and Debussy, with Olaf Bar, baritone,$18-$56.764-2538 Fridays in Leonardo's: Pierponl Commons Arts Programs 8-10pm, 2101 Bomsteel North Campus. "American Music form the European Tradtion," series performance TBA. 764-7544 "Folkin" A Squared II: The Ark 8 pm, 316S. Main. Local folkmusicsummit, $6.761-1800 "Human Radiation": Performance Network 8 pm (see 10 Thu) "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team8:15pm(see4Fri) Five Guys Named Moe: Cafe Zola 911 pm 1 12 W. Washington. Acoustic swing. 769-2020 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Lisa Hunter: Gypsy Cafe 10 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. With special guests "Faces on Mars," $3. 994-3940 12 Saturday Speakers Bureau Training: LGBPO time and place TBA. Two-day class for LGBT people and their allies to hone public speaking skills and messages. Limited spots avail. 763-4186 Vintage lll Dance Class: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance Academy 10 am-noon and 2:30-5 pm, Pittsfield Grange Mali, Ann Arbor-Saline Road. No partner needed, pre-registration required,$32. 429-0014 Free HIVAntibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Ctr 10 am-2 pm (see 5 Sat) Juana Conrad: Baha'i Communies 10:30 am, Staff Dining Lounge, St. Clair College, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, Ontario, (see 1 1 Fri) 'The Local Impact of the Crisis in Health Care": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice and Episcopal Church of the Incarnation noon, St. Andrews Church, 306 N. División. Community forum with testimony by hospital employees and others. 665-4734 ClinicWorkshop: Kerrytown Concert House 1 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Held by guita rist Gene Be rtoncini, $5, studente free. 769-2999 "Secrets and Lies" (1996): Detroit Institute of Arts 4, 7 & 9:45 pm (see 1 1 Fri) Basic Witchcraft: Magical Education Council of A2 6 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1522 Hili St. Informal discussion of the OW Religión of Europe. 665-3522 Corning Out Day Party: Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project 7 pm, Ypsitanti Farmers Market. Depot Town. Celébrate National Coming Out Day with live entertainment, dancing, food, artisans, fun and pride, S5-S10 9959867 Patty Larkin: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. She says her style is "folk music meets the Beat Gene ration meets rock 4 roll," $12-50. 761-1800 Jazz in Concert: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Gene Bertoncini. guitarist, and Torn Knific, bassist, will perform American standards, original works, classical themes and Brazilian pieces ,S5-$1 5. 769-2999 The Cleveland Orchestra: University Musical Society of U-M 8 pm, Hill Auditorium. Program includes selections from Wagner, Herbert and Tchaikovsky and features Stephen Geber, cello, $18-$56. 764-2538 "Harvey": Croswell Opera House 8 pm(see 11 Fri) "Ladies of Lanford": EMU Theatre 8 pm(seeFri 11) "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "Human Radiation": Performance Network 8 pm (see 10 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Andie Russo 4 The Masons: Gypsy Cafe 10 411 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. A folk-inspired evening, $3. 994-3940 13 Sunday Speakers Bureau Training: LGBPO (see 1 2 Sat) Basics I Dance Class: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance AcademyiOamnoon, Pittsfield Grange Hall, Ann Arbor Saline Road. No partner needed, pre-registration required, $32. 4290014 Sw immers: A2 Queer Aqu at es Swim Team 10:30 am (see 6 Sun) Juana Conrad: Baha'i Communies 10:30 am, Michigan Union Kuenzel Room, 503 StateSt. (see 11 Fri) Dance Workshop: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance Academy 1 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hall. Basic one-step workshop, followed by informal party with live music and variety of dances, $5-$7.50. 429-0014 Kids Open Stage: Oz's Music 1 pm, meets 2nd Sun of each month, 1920 Packard Rd . Ope n stage f o r the young ones. Perform or listen. 662-8283 2nd Sunday Stroll - Magie Cooking Pot: A2 Parks & Ree 1 -2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Outdoor cooking over an open campfire, stories, and games, $4$15 family. Preregister 662-7802 Gender Free Contra Dance: Ann Arbor Rainbow Contra Dancen 2-5 pm, Mich. League Ballroom, N. University. Traditional American folk dancing with no gender dance roles, beginners welcome, $5-$6. 764-6978 Doll Making Worksop for Adults: A2 District Library 2-4 pm, Main übrary Multi-Purpose Room. Co-sponsored by Looking Glass Dolls. Register 9948513 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 2 & 7 pm (see 2 Wed) "And the Poor Get Poorer ": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 10Tue) ■'Whose Body, Whose Rights?" and " It's a Boy!": Natn'l Org . of Circumcision Info. Resource Centers 2:30 pm, Troy Marriott Hotel, Big Beaver Rd. Troy. Two films examine the ethics and human rights issues of infant male circumcision, $8. 810-642-5703 "Ladies of Lanford": EMU Theatre 2:30 pm (see 11 Fri) "Secrets and Lies" (1996): Detroit Instituto of Arts 4 & 7 pm (see 1 1 Fri) Deli Dinner in the Dorm: Hillel 6 pm, Markley Dorm. Opportunity for students to meet new people and enjoy a free deli dinner. 769-0500 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 6 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 6 Sun) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7-8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 "Human Radiation": Performance Network 7 pm (see 10 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 6 Sun) Rosh Hodesh Service: Jewish Feminist Group 7:30 pm. Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Creative, feminist service. 7690500 Meeting: YpsilantiLesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) The Cleveland Orchestra: University Musical Society of U-M 8 pm, Rackham Aud. Chamber music witti selections from Sagietti Stravmsky and Brahms,$18-$56. 764-2538 Sons of the Never Wrong and Chuck Brodsky: The Ark 8 pm. 316 S. Main. Chicago-based headliners with warmup act, $10. 761-1800 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) "Harvey": Croswell Opera House 8 pm(see 11 Fri) Reggae & World Music Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 6 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 6 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 6 Sun) 14 Monday Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus (see 7 Mop) No School Days on the Farm: A2 Parks & Ree 8:30 am-5:30 pm , Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Cooking, crafts stories and games from the 19th century. For children ages K-5, $25. Pre-register 994-2928 Days Off Outdoors: A2 Parks & Ree 8:30 am-5:30pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Hands-on science activities in outdoors, games and crafts. Ages K-5, $25. Pre-register 662-7802 Women's Support Group 5 pm (see 9 Mm) Meeting: Labor Party of Washtenaw County 7 pm, Wooden Spoon Books, 200 N. 4th Ave. Organizing on behalf of the U.S. Labor Party. 913-4691 "Paris Was a Woman" (1995): Detroit Instituto of Arts7pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. A look at expatríate women in Paris in the first two decades of the century, $4.50-$5.50. 833-2323 HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 7 Mon) John Hockenberry: Affirmative Action Office 8 pm, Mich. Union Ballroom.Veterannewsman Hockenberry presents an honest and hilarious chronicle of his life and times, $10. 763-TKTS Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm (see 7 Mon) Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 7 Mon) The Stil!: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 7 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 7 Mon) 15 Tuesday Meeting: Lavendar Information & Library Association (see 1 Tue) Lollipop Tree: A2 Parks and Ree. 10:30 am (see 1 Tue) Beverly Daniel Tatum: U-M Women's Studies noon, Women's Studies Lounge, 232D West Hall. Brownbag discussion of two of her articles, "Talking About Race, Learning About Racism" and "Teaching White Students about Racism." At 3 pm she will present "Outside the Circle:The Relationa! Implicationsfor White Women Working Against Racism," 4448 East Hall. 763-2047 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-1 0 pm (see 1 Tue) Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: American Movement for Israel 6 pm (see 1 Tue) Teen LesB iGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Healthy Choices Grocery Shopping Tour: Whole Foods 7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Tour WFM with a registered dietician, pre-register. 971-3366 3rd Parties Awareness Event: Performance Network 7 pm, Dominick's, 812 Monroe. Find out about thegrowth of viable natío nwide alternatives to the two major parties: Green, Labor, Libertarían, New, Reform and others. 9718576 "Freeing the Body": Walk & Squawk Performance Project 7-9 pm, 122 E. Mosley. A movement & physical theatre workshop for women, no performance experience necessary, through Nov. 5, S60 (discounts avail.). 668-0407 "Potawatomi Land Trust": Peace teSight 7 pm, CTN. Cable Channel 9. Broadcast of talk by Barry Lonik about local land preservation. 769-7422 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) The Kennedys: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Husband and wife duo perform with strong harmonies and jangly guitar, f ree! 761-1800 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 1 Tue) Local Artist Jam Night: Arbor Brewing Co.9pm (see 1Tue) Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Tue) 16 Wednesday "Non-Profits as Entrepreneurs": Nonprofit Enterprise at Work 8 am registration, Morris Lawrence Bldg. . WashtenawCommunity College. Daylong conference geared to the needs of nonprofit enterprises, $60. 9980160 Tyke Program-Creature Features: A2 Parles and Ree. 10 am (see 2 Wed) "Ann Arbor's Greek Community": Kempf House Brown Bag Lunch noon, 312 S. División. Lecture and beverage, $1.994-4898 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6 pm (see 2 Wed) LesbianSurvivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 2 Wed) "The Active Role of Jews in Rescue and Resista nee During the Holocaust": University Wallenberg Lecture 7 pm, Rackham Aud. This year's recipiënt of the annual Wallenberg award is Marión Pritchard, a Dutch-bom woman who estimates that she managed to save approximatefy 150 Jews during the period of the Holocaust. 769-0500 Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 7-8:30 pm, Espresso Royale, 214 S. Main, (see 6 Sun) Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Mark Morris Dance Group: University Musical Society 8 pm, Power Center. A program with live music celebrating Brahms, $20-$40. 764-2538 "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm, Masonic Temple, Detroit. Andrew Uoyd Weber's mega-musical hit,$20-$65. 810-6456666 Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Hosted by Patsy. Be a star or listen to some. Sign-up is at 7:30, $3. 761-1800 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 2 Wed) U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co.8:30pm(see2Wed) Meeting: East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise9pm (see 2 Wed) Social Group: Bi-Ways (see 2 Wed) 17 Thursday Dinner for the Homeless: Volunteers in Action H Hel 3-7 pm, First United Methodist Church (across from Olga's). Help prepare (3-5 pm) and serve dinner (5-7 pm). 7690500 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Shulchan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Forum : Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project 7 pm, Common Language, 21 5 S. 4th Ave. A panel of local youths speak about "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Youth." 995-9867 Acupuncture and Herbs in Pain Management: Whole Foods 7 pm, Key Bank Conference Rm., 2300 E. Stadium. Lecture by Alison Lee, MD, pre-register. 971-3366 "Last Cali at Maude's": TVQ 7 pm (see 12 Thu) Jan Jam: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host Michael J. Sommerteld. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Positivo Women's Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 3 Thu) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm, also 1 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Lieder and Melodies: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N 4th Ave. European Romanticmusic with performers Stephan MacLeod, bass baritione, and Kathryn Goodson, piano, $5-$12. 769-2999 "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. A one-act, one-man play by Malcolm Tulip: Man locks himself in bathroom to deal with the loss of hts child, S9-S12 663-0681 The Nields: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. High-energy folk-rocker sisters from Massachusetts, $10. 761-1800 "School for Scandal': EMU Theatre 8 pm, Sponberg Theatre, Ypsi. Satire of British aristocracy by Richard Brmsley Sheridan, $5-$1 2. 487-1221 "Apartment 3A": Purple flose Theatre Company 8pm (see 2 Weci) Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm. Live jazz. (see 3 Thu) Al Hill Trio: Arbor Brewing Co.9pm (see 10 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 3 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise9 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm (see 12 Thu) 18 Friday Lisa Hunter: Wherehouse Records 4 pm, 1140 S. University. In-store performance. 663-5800 "Potawatomi Land Trust": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 15 Tue) Public Lecture Series: EMU's Dept. of History and Philosophy 7-8:30 pm, McKenny Union's Alumni Room. Professor, ethictst and animal rights activist lectures on "Animal Rights Human Wrongs," light refreshments. 663-2259 "Osaka Elegy" (1936): Center for Japanese Studies 7 pm, Natural Sciences Auditorium. B & W social realism and groundbreaking port rayáis of women's roles. 3320503 "Brother of Sleep" (1 995): Detroit Institute of Arts 7 & 9:30 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. Film about an Austrian village-genius, $4.50-$5.50. 833-2323 Meeting: Queer As ianPacific lslanders7:30 pm (see 4 Fri) Tango!: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 41 5 N. 4th Ave. With Nelson Amos on guitar, Julie Stone on the flute, $5-$12. 769-2999 Suzanne Westenhoefer: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Out lesbian stand-up comedienne, $17.50.761-1800 "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) " Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "School for Scandal': EMU Theatre 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm (see 16 Wed) Sw immers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 4 Fri) Firebird Balalaika Ensemble: Cafe Zola 911 pm, 112 W. Washington. Russian and Eastem European music on traditional instrumente. 769-2020 Live Jan: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Band TBA, $5. 662-8310 TBA & Chris Buhalis: Gypsy Cafe 10 &11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Laid-backfolk, $3. 9943940 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 10:30 pm (see 4 Fri) 19 Saturday Peacekeeper Training for Ku Klux Klan Rallies in A2: Interfaith Council for Peace & Just ice cali for time, Mich.Fnends Center, Chelsea. Led by Rev. Peter Dougherty, preregister, $10. 668-1008 "Welfare Simulation": Interfaith Council for Peace SJustice 9:30 am-noon,St.Mary's Student Chapel, Thompson at William. Role playing learning experience, S5. Pre-registration required 663-1870 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm (see 5 Sat) "Theatre Beyond Words": Walk & Squawk Performance Project 10:30 12:30 pm, 122 E. Mosley. Workshop to explore performance through movement, text, improvisationand imagination $60 (Sundays through Nov. 9), discounts available. 668-0407 "Let 's Get Nutty": A2 Parks & Ree 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Why squirrels eat nuts! For children ages 6 and up, $6. Pre-register 662-7802 "Brother of Sleep" (1 995): Detroit Instituto ofArts4,7&9:30pm(see18Fri) Meeting: Lutherans Concerned 6:30 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. Lutheran group for lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Scott 663-6954 Surprise Event: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hillel. 1429 Hill St. Meet for Havdalah then on to the adventure! Bnng a sock and a flashlight. RSVP Scott 669-9365 RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm. 316 S. Main. A'2s favorite bluegrass band, $8.75 761-1800 "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "School for Scandal': EMU Theatre 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "Apartment3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm, also 2 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Live Jazz: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 20 Fri) 4 Hands & Drumtalk: Gypsy Cafe 10 &11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Loud & tast original & traditional, $3. 994-3940 20 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 10:30 am (see6Sun) Homecoming Brunch: UMGALAS 11 am-3 pm, Aut Bar, 315 Braun Ct. 994-3677 Bluegrass & Old-Time Country Music Jam Sessions 1 :30-5 pm , Ypsilanti Freighthouse, Depot Town. Rain or shine, acoustic music only, $2 donation. 930-2680 Meeting: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and GaysPFLAG Ann Arbor 2 pm, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Helping friends and family un - derstand and accept gay loved ones. 7410659 TroutFishing ín America: The Ark2pm, 316 S. Main. Fun-filled eccentric duo: children's concert, $6. 763-TKTS "Apartment3A": Purple Rose TheatreCompany 2 & 7 pm (see 2 Wed) "Potawatomi Land Trust": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 15 Tue) "Brother of Sleep" (1995): Detroit Instituto of Arts 4, 7 & 9:30 pm (see 18 Fri) Sunday Jan: Del Rio 6 pm (see 6 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 6 Sun) "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 7 pm (see 17 Thu) tl-V-l Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 6 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, ft Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 7:30 pm, also 2 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Christopher Parkening with the Colorado String Quartet: University Musical Society of U-M 8 pm, Rackham Auditorium. Solo and ensemble works, $20-528. 764-2538 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) TroutFishing in America: The Ark8pm, 316 S. Main. Adult concert, $11. 763-TKTS Reggae & World Music Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 6 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 6 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 6 Sun) 21 Monday Israel Information Day: Hillel by appointment, Hillel, 1429 MillSt. Leamaboutstudy, kibbutz, aliyah opportunities in Israel. 7690500 Women's Support Group 5 pm (see 9 Mon) "Death by Design" (1 995): Detroit Institute of Arts 7 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. Entertaining documentary on how cells die, $4.50-$5.50. 833-2323 HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Mondays in Leonardo 's : Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm (see 7 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 7 Mon) Group: Mondiy Night Out 9 pm (see 7 Mm) Rehmrsal: Out Loud Choras (see 7 Mon) Ths St II: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 7 Mon) 22 Tuesday 1 6th Annual Bryant Commu nity Awar ds Celebration: A2 Parks and Ree. cali tor time, Bryant Community Center, 3 W. Eden Ct. Potluck to recognize outstandingcommunityvolunteers. Reserve 9942722 Meeting: Lavendar Information ft Library Association (see 1 Tue) Lollipop Tree: A2 Parks and Ree. 10:30 am (see 1 Tue) Jean Kilbourne: Town Hall Celebrrty Lecture Series 10:30 am, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, Mich. League. Activist, flmmaker, writer Kilbou me presente, 'The Naked Truth: Advertising's Image of Women," $15. 665-2610 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6-6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-10 pm (see 1 Tue) "Images of Israel": American Movement for Israel 6 pm, Hillel. 1 429 Hill St. Topic: Israel and the media. 769-0500 Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) "Turning the Tables on the Klan": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Broadcast of discussion held at the A2 Community Center in Sept. 7697422 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Darden Smith & Boo Hewerdine: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. A powerful collaboration between two songwriters, $7.761-1800 "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm (see 16 Wed) U-M Folk Dancing Club: PierpontCommons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 1 Tue) Local Artist Jam Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 1 Tue) Acid Jan Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Tue) 23 Wednesday Tyke Program-Creature Features: A2 Parks and Ree. 10 am (see 2 Wed) "R. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion Dweiling Machine": Kempf House Brown Bag Lunch noon, 312 S. División. Lecture and beverage, $1. 9944898 Seminar: Michigan Initiative for Women's Health (MIWH) 4-5:30 pm, Rackham West conference room (4th floor). Topic: "Adolescent Girls' Sexuality and lts Relation to the Self." 6470472 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6 pm (see 2 Wed) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBP0 7pm(see2Wed) Meeting: Reform Chavura h 7 pm (see 2 Wed) From "Diet" to "Relationship with Food": Whole Foods 7 pm, Key Bank Conference Rm., 2300E. Stadium. Judy Stone will discuss trends towards intuitive eating and individual nutritional profiling, pre-register. 971-3366 Meeting: Southeast Mich. 's Naturists and Nude Beach Advocates 7 pm (see 9 Wed) Family Support Group Meeting: Washtenaw Alliance for the Mentally III 7:30 pm, St. Clares Episcopal Chu rch, 2309 Packard. For people who have mentally ill family members. 994-661 1 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Shamanic Joumeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) The Tibetan Song and Dance Ensemble: Unrversity Musical Society of U-M 8 pm, Power Center. Traditional Tibetan music, theater and dance, $18-$30. 764-2538 Open Stage: The ArkSpm (see 16 Wed) "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: American Solidarity Comm.8 pm (see 2 Wed) "The Phantom of the Opera": Mas onic Temple Theatre 8 pm (see 16 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Parad se 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Social Group (see 2 Wed) Social Group: Bi-Ways (see 2 Wed) 24 Thursday "U.N. Reform or Retrenc hm ent? " : ICPJ and Huron Valley U.N. Association noon, A2 city council chambers, Guy Larcom Bldg., 5th Ave. & Huron. Dr. J. David Singer, U-M Prof. of Politica! Science is speaker. 475-2060 Shulchan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) "The Times of Harvey Milk": TVQ 7 pm (see 12 Thu) Acoustic Jam: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host Michael Northrup. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Family, Friends, & Caregivers Support Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 10 Thu) Jeff Haas Trio: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. An amazing blend of jazz and Hebrew folk song, $10. 761-1800 "Mama, I Want to Sing": Eastside Productions 8 pm, Towsley Auditorium, WCC's Morris Lawrence BW. This play by Vy Higgensen tells the story of a young woman's conflict as she moves trom the church choir to international stardom. Directed by U-M grad Evelyn Collins, $12. 763-8587 "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "Ladies of Lanford": EMU Theatre 8 pm(seeFri 11) "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 3 Thu) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm (see 16 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Al Hill Trio: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 10 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Queer Un ty Project 9 pm (see 3 Thu) 25 Friday "What's For Dinner?": Whole Foods Market 3-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Featuring a quick and easy dinner idea, ncluding samples, recipes and side dish ideas. 971-3366 "Turning the Tables on the Klan" : Peace InSight 6 pm (see 22 Tue) "Ikiru [To Live]" (1952): Center for Japanese Studies 7 pm, Natural Sciences Auditorium. B & W portrayal of man's life with cáncer. 332-0503 Quink: University Musical Society 7 pm, St.Francisof Assisi CatholicChurch. Dutch a cappella quintet, $20. 764-2538 "Caught" (1996): Detroit Instituto of Arts 7 & 9:30 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. A drifter is befriended by a married couple, $4.50-$5.50. 833-2323 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 4 Fri) Austin Lounge Lizards: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Humorous acoustic quintet from Texas, $11.761-1800 Fridays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Music Heritage Series: "África, Asia and Beyond," featuring performance group Niteflight. 764-7544 Twyla Tharp Dance Company: University MusicalSociety of U-M8pm, Power Center. Score by Philip Glass. 764-2538 Grads & Young Professional Veggie Shabbat Potluck: Hillel 8 pm. Lawyer's Club, LawQuad. Speaker following dinner. Topic TBA. 769-0500 "Mama, I Want to Sing": Eastside Productions 8 pm (see 24 Thu) "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "Apariment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "Ladies of Lanford": EMU Theatre 8 pm (see Fri 11) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm, also 1 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8 15 pm (see 4 Fri) The Oíd Town Dawgs: Cafe Zola 9-1 1 pm, 112 W. Washington. Swing group croons and riffs.769-2020 Paul Vornhagenbuartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. Jazz, $5. 662-8310 TBA & Emrnett Williams: Gypsy Cafe 10 &11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Singer songwriter from NY, $3. 994-3940 26 Saturday Hallo een Potluck at the Farm: Older Lesbians Organizing (0L0) Costumes encouraged. Events and activities open to women of all ages. 668-6276 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm (see 5 Sat) "Fist Stick Gun Knife": ICPJ noon, cali form location. Geoffrey Canada speaks on confronting violence in our communities. 665-6158 "Dinosaur Mountain!": Croswell Opera House 2 pm, 129 E. Maumee St, Adrián. Full-scale musical adventure for the whole family,$5-$10.517-264-SHOW Twyla Tharp Dance Company: University Musical Society of U-M 2 & 8 pm (see 25 Fri) "Mama, I Want to Sing": Eastside Productions 3 pm (see 24 Thu) "Caught" (1996): Detroit Instituto of Arts 4, 7 & 9:30 pm ( see 25 Fri) Animal Haunts- A Halloween Walk: A2 Parks & Ree 6-9 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Guided tours tfirough the dark woods start every 10 minutes, with a campfire and refreshments afterwards, $4515 family. 6627802 Basic Witchcraft: Magical Educational Council 6 pm (see 14 Sat) Irma H i II , pianist: New American Wing 7 pm, Rackham Aud., 915 E. Washington. Performing the music of G.l. Gurdjieff and Thomas de Hartmann: Asianinfluenced sacred music for the piano, $6. 697-6651 The Alex Graham Quintet: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Alex Graham , alto saxophone, celébrales the release of his recent "Count Down" CD with Louis Smith, trumpet and Riek Roe, piano, S5-S12. 769-2999 Livingston Taylor: The Ark 8 pm , 31 6 S. Main. The ultimate crowd-pleaser, $12.50. 763-TKTS Halloween Dance: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 8 pm, location TBA. Costumes ordrag encouraged. 4853922 "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "School for Scandal': EMU Theatre 8 pm (see 17 Thu) "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm, also 2 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 28 Fri) Laurence Miller & Monster Island: Gypsy Cafe 10 &1 1 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Talented performers, $3. 994-3940 27 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 10:30 am (see 6 Sun) "School for Scandal": EMU Theatre 10:30 am (see 17 Thu) Autumn Benefit: Avalon Housing 1-4 pm, The Earle, 121 W. Washington. 3rd annual benefit to help end homelessness . La tin jazz and light refreshments, $30 or $502. 663-5858 Seminar: Southeast Mich. Local of the National Writers' Union 1-4 pm, Dave Miller Building, 8731 E. Jefferson. "Negotiating a Better Book Contract," presented by Phil Mattera, $25-$40. 313438-1829 Tracy Leigh Komarmy and Aria Di Salvio: Upstairs at Borders 1 pm, Borders Books & Music, 612 E. Liberty. Songs with guitar and cello. 668-7652 Family Dance Series: A2 Parks & Ree 2-4:30 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. Squares, contras, and other country dances,$6S10family. 994-2928 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 2 & 7 pm (see 2 Wed) "Turning the Tables on the Klan": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 22 Tue) "School for Scandal': EÍIU Theatre 2:30 pm (see 17 Thu) "Mama, I Want to Sing": Eastside Productions 3 pm (see 24 Thu) -Caught" (1996): Detroit Instituto of Arts 4 & 7 pm ( see 25 Fri) Sunday Jan: Del Rio 6-S pm (see 6 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 6 Sun) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7 pm (see 8 Sun) "Down the Plughole": Performance Network 7 pm (see 17 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 6 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 7:30 pm, also 2 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Wayne Toups & Zydecajun: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Accordion-driven fusion of cajun, zydeco and rock & rolt, $13.761-1800 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) Reggae & World Music Night: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 6 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 6 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 6 Sun) 28 Monday Rehearsal : Out Loud Chorus (see 7 Mon ) Women's Support Group 5 pm (see 7 Mon) "Off the Wall" and "Never Give Up": Detroit Inst tute of Arts 7 pm 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. Two short indies, $4.50-$5.50. 833-2323 Meeting: Labor Party of Washtenaw County 7 pm (see 14 Mon) HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm (see 7 Mon) Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 7 Mor) The Still: Arbor Brewing Co.9 pm (see 7Mon) Bird of Parad ise Or chestra 9 pm (see 7 Mon) 29 Tuesday Meeting: Lavendar Information & Library Association (see 1 Tue) Lollipop Tree: A2Parks and Rec. 10:30 am (see 1 Tue) Tenant Talk: WC BN 88 .3 FM6-6 :30 pm (see 1 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-10 pm (see 1 Tue) Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: American Movement for Israel 6 pm (see 1 Tue) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) "Chefs for the Top of the Park": A2 Summer Festival 6:30 pm, Gandy Dancer 401 DepotSt.Multi-courseharvest dinner to benefit A2's Summer Festival. Meet area chefs over dessert, $75-5100.647-2278 "The Continuing Need for Strong U.S. U.N. Relations": ICPJ7 pm, Women's City Club, 1830 Washtenaw. Speaker Gillian Martin Sorensen, U.N. ilnderSecretary-General. Sorenson will also speak at a noon lunch forum at the International Center, 602 Madison. 4752060 "A H story of the KKK": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Thom Saffold, Christain Education Director at Bethlehem UCC discusses the influence of the KKK on society. 769-7422 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Fred Eaglesmith & Box Set: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Original newvoices, free! 761-1800 State Symphony Orchestra of Russia: University Musical Society 8 pm. Mili Aud. Mahler's Symphony No. 9, $16$42. 764-2538 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm (see 16 Wed) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 1 Tue) Local Artist Jam Night: Arbor Brewing Co.9pm (see 1Tue) Acid Jan Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Tue) 30Wednesday "Cobblestone Houses": Kempf House Brown Bag Lunch noon, 312 S. División. Slide show with Grace Shackman. beverage, $1.994-4898 "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 3 & 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6 pm (see 2 Wed) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Living With HIV: HIVAIOS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm (see 1 6 Wed) Wednesdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Open Mie Night: Perform or listen and help choose winner. 764-7544 Meeting: American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 2 Wed) "The Phantom of the Opera": Masonic Temple Theatre 8 pm, also 1 pm matinee, (see 16 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) RonBrooksTrio:BirdofParadise9pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: EastQuad Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Social Group: Bi-Ways (see 2 Wed) 31 Thursday Halloween Family Celebration:Whole Foods 5:30 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Trick or Treat at WFM - wear your costume, goodies for the kids! 971-3366 Shulchan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Micro Madness Tasting & Halloween Party: Arbor Brewing Company 7 pm, 1 1 4 E. Washington . Microbrewers f rom Mich . Ohio and Indiana will come by & bring theirfavorites, live music at 9:30: wear your costume! $20 for unlimited (7-9 pm)beer & appetizer buffet. 2131393 "The Hunger": TVQ 7 pm (see 12 Thu) Positive Women's Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Radney Foster: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Beautifully crafted songs, $11. 763-TKTS "Apartment 3A": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm. Live jazz. (see 3 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Al Hill & The Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Co.9pm (see 10 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm (see 12 Thu)

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