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Print exhibit to benefit youth home

Print exhibit to benefit youth home image
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14
Month
February
Year
1981
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Weddige prints for sale

Weddige prints for sale image
Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
April
Year
1981
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AADL Talks To: Robin and Jamie Agnew

In this episode, AADL Talks To Robin and Jamie Agnew, owners of Aunt Agatha’s, their specialty mystery bookstore. The business began in Ann Arbor in 1992, and operated as a brick and mortar for 26 years before moving online in August 2018. Robin and Jamie talk about their experiences working in the store, their favorite memories here in town, and discuss some of the changes in the mystery book genre and bookselling business over the years.

Find more about Aunt Agatha's in our archival collections.

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AADL Talks To: Margaret Parker

Margaret Parker
Margaret Parker

In this episode, AADL Talks to Margaret Parker. Margaret has been working as an artist for seven decades. She talks about her parents’ influence on her desire to become an artist and the evolution of her artistic development, from working in different mediums to confronting social justice issues in her work. Margaret talks about her time with the Michigan chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art and her commitment to bring public to Ann Arbor through her work on the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission.

For more information, see our digital collections related to Margaret Parker, or visit the artist's website.

 

Joe Salzano Performs Traditional Flute before the 24th Annual Dance for Mother Earth Powwow, March 1996 Photographer: Elli Gurfinkel

Joe Salzano Performs Traditional Flute before the 24th Annual Dance for Mother Earth Powwow, March 1996 image
Year:
1996
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1996
Caption:
Joe Salzano, a Choctaw-Italian artists form New York state, plays one of his traditional flutes before the opening of the 24th Annual Ann Arbor Pow Wow at Crisler Arena Friday. Watching are, from left, Mary Foss of Ann Arbor; her daughter, Krystle Wilson, 8; Darcy Chrestensen, 8; and Melissa Cole, 7.

Jerry Cleveland/Walking Bear Dances at Crisler Arena during Dance for Mother Earth Powwow, March 1991 Photographer: John Heider

Jerry Cleveland/Walking Bear Dances at Crisler Arena during Dance for Mother Earth Powwow, March 1991 image
Year:
1991
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1991
Caption:
Jerry Cleveland, who traveled all the way from Milwaukee to attend this weekend's Ann Arbor Powwow, dances on the floor of Crisler Arena during a competition for men Sunday afternoon. Jerry is also known by his Native American name, Walking Bear. The event attracted participants from as far away as New York and South Dakota.

Pow Wow set for weekend

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Day
28
Month
March
Year
1996
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