MEDIA CALENDAR

April 13, 1995
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MEDIA CALENDAR

MONDAY, APRIL 17: Dept Public Safety–Photo ID, 8:30 am-5 pm, NCC Entree Plus Ofc. *ICLE–Course, Michigan Real Property Disputes, 9 am-5 pm, 1020 Greene St, 764-0533. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 6 pm-2:30 am. Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8 pm-1:30 am. LGBPO–LGB Men’s Support Group, 6:30 pm, Mich Union, 936- 1386. CSSEAS–Film, Portrait of a Hijda, 7 pm, Nat Sci Aud. *Matthaei Bot Gdns–Class, Dazzle with Perennials, A Hannan, 7-9 pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. WCBN–Train To Skaville (Ska and early reggae), 7 pm. 88.3 FM. UM Folk Dance Club–Ethnic Line and Circle Dancing, 7:30 pm, Leonardo’s, NCC, 662-5253. Health Night Out–Disc, Injury Prevention in the 90s: Think Before You Leap, 7:30-9:30 pm, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud, 763- 9000, category 1075. Sch of Mus–Gustav Meier’s Farewell Concert, 8 pm, Hill Aud, 764-0594. WFUM-TV Channel 28–The Human Quest, 8 pm; The Secret of Life, 10 pm; Golfing the Great Lakes, 11 pm; Mystery! midnight. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 Dept Public Safety–Photo ID, 8:30 am-5 pm, NCC Entree Plus Ofc. Michigan, 9 am-12:15 pm; Michigan Secured Transactions Under Article 9, 1:30-5:15 pm, 1020 Greene St, 764-0533. Dept of Psychiatry–Lec, Depressive Disorders with Prominent Anxiety, B Lydiard, 10:30 am, Aud F2305, MCHC. Univ Ctr, 810-762-3350. Univ Health Serv–You Can Quit! Information session on smoking cessation, noon, Rm N-309, Univ Health Serv, 763- 1320. Alcoholics Anon–Campus AA Group, 12:10 pm, 3319 MLB, 973- 1836. Mus of Art–ArtVideo, The Hermitage, 12:10 pm, Mus of Art AV Rm. N Campus Commons–Arts at Midday, 12:15-12:54 pm, New Student Lounge. Softball Field, 747-1188. N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. Turner Geriatric Clinic–Wkshp, Sex in Spring or Vice Versa. Sexuality: Beyond the Biology, S Hacker, 1-3 pm, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud, 764-2556. ITD–Class, Using GQL with ORACLE, reg req, 1-4 pm, 3001 SEB, 763-3700. LGBPO–LGB Women’s Support Group, 3:30 pm; LGB International People’s Support Group, 5 pm; LGB Men’s Support Group, 7 pm, Mich Union, 936-1386. – 4 – Inst Labor and Ind Rel–Baseball’s Strike-Out–What Happened? An Economic Look at the Labor Dispute, E Gramlich and E Kinney, 3:30-5 pm, W Conf Rm, Rackham. Dept of Chemistry–Lec, Polymer and Organic Synthesis with Metal Carbene Complexes, RH Grubbs, 4 pm, 1640 Chem. Kellogg Eye Ctr–Ida L Iacobucci Orthopic Clinic Dedication, 5:30 pm, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud, 763-1011. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 6 pm-2:30 am; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8 pm-1:30 am. WCBN–The Rockabilly Show, 7 pm. 88.3 FM. Dance Dept/Sch of Mus–Concert, Young Choreographers, 8 pm, Pease Studio Theater, 763-4726. N Campus Commons–Music, Paula Denton, 8-10 pm, Leonardo’s, 764-7544. WFUM-TV Channel 28–The Human Quest, 8 pm; Great Performances, 10 pm; Discovering Michigan, 11 pm. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. THURSDAY APRIL 20 Dept Public Safety–Photo ID, 8:30 am-5 pm, NCC Entree Plus Ofc. Law School–Conf, M & A in the 90s, 9 am, Honigman Aud, 764- 6375. Turner Geriatric Clinic–Mtg, Newcomers Group, 10 am-noon, 1010 Wall Street, 764-2556. 10-11:30 am, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud, 764-2556. Fam Care Res Prog–Wkshp, Fostering Self-Esteem in Young Children, T Hagen, noon, Rm #4, Mich League, 998-6133. Mus of Anthropology–Brown Bag, Status, Symbol and Meaning in the Dian Culture, YK Lee, noon-1 pm, 2009 Mus of Nat Hist, 764-0485. LGBPO–LGB Parents’ Support Group, noon; LGB Men’s Support Group, 6 and 7:30 pm, Mich Union, 936-1386. Alcoholics Anon–no smoking, 12:10 pm, Rm 3200, Mich Union, 973-1836. Gifts of Art–Artist Demonstration, S Wysocki, 12:30-2:30 pm, Taubman Lobby, North, 936-ARTS. – 5 – Regents–Mtg, 1:30 pm, Regents’ Rm, Fleming. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 6 pm-2:30 am; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8 pm-1:30 am. pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. Mus of Art–ArtVideo, The Hermitage, 7-9 pm, Mus of Art. WCBN–You’ve Got to be Modernistic, 7 pm; Crush Collision (Techno), 10 pm. 88.3 FM. WFUM-TV Channel 28–Fred Trost’s Practical Sportsman, 8 pm; Great Lakes Outdoors, 8:30 pm; This Old House, 9 pm; The New Yankee Workshop, 9:30 pm; I’ll Fly Away, 10 pm; Bill Saif’s Rod and Reel, 11 pm; Nova, midnight. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. FRIDAY APRIL 21 WCBN–Bliss (Ambient), 12:01 am; Local Music Show, 7 pm. 88.3 FM. Dept Public Safety–Photo ID, 8:30 am-5 pm, NCC Entree Plus Ofc. Regents–Mtg, 9:30 am, Regents’ Rm, Fleming. CSSEAS–Lec, One Feels That This is a Hybrid Ceremony, J Pemberton, noon, Lane Hall Commons. UM-Flint–Disc, Where Did We Come From? noon, Univ Ctr, 810- 762-3431. Alcoholics Anon–Unity AA Group, Closed Disc, cross-addicts welcome, 12:10 pm, Mich Union, 764-8312 for loca. Kelsey Mus of Archaeology–Lec, Preserving Eternity: Afterlife, Art and Audience in Ancient Egypt, J Richards, 4 pm, Aud D, Angell Hall, 747-0441. Mich Radio–Mel Torme’s Singing Teachers–The Velvet Fog, Broadway Revisited, 7 pm. 91.7 FM. Dance Dept/Sch of Mus–Choreographic Production and Design Show, 8 pm, Pease Studio Theater, 763-4726. N Campus Commons–Music, The Blue Tops, 8-10 pm, Leonardo’s, 764-7544. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 8-11:30 pm; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8-11:30 pm. – 6 – WFUM-TV Channel 28–Washington Week in Review, 8 pm; Wall Street Week, 8:30 pm; Mystery! 9 pm; Sneak Previews, 10 pm; Passing Through with Karen Sherrin, 10:30 pm; MUCC’S Michigan Out-of-Doors Magazine, 11 pm; Nature, midnight. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. SATURDAY APRIL 22 WCBN–All Out Attack (Punk rock), 12:01 am; Gospel Explosion, 9 am; Third World Diva Girls, 10 am; The Folk Show, noon; The Down Home Show (Country), 2 pm; Nothin’ But the Blues, 4 pm; Dancehall Reggae, 7 pm; The Jams (Contemporary Soul), 10 pm. 88.3 FM. Mich Radio–Mich Morning, 6 am; Desert Island Discs, 8 am; Weekend Edition, 10 am; My Word, noon; My Music, 12:30 pm; Schickele Mix, 1 pm; Music For A Saturday Afternoon, 2 pm; Weekend All Things Considered, 5 pm; Prairie Home Companion, 6 pm; Some Longer Works, Jazz Revisited, 8 pm; Ellington Month: Piano Solos & Small Groups, Swing Parade, 8:30 pm; Jazz Classics in Stereo, 10 pm; Jazz Acoustique, 11 pm. 91.7 FM. am-1 pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. noon, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. WFUM-TV Channel 28–High School Challenge, 10 and 10:30 am; Ciao Italia! 11:30 am; In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs, noon; Victory Garden, 12:30 pm; Frugal Gourmet, 1 pm; This Old House, 1:30 pm; New Yankee Workshop, 2 pm; Hometime, 2:30 pm; Computer Chronicles, 3 pm; Discovering Michigan, 4 pm; Fred Trost’s Practical Sportsman, 4:30 pm; Great Lakes Outdoors, 5 pm; Michigan Magazine, 5:30 pm; MUCC’s Michigan Out-of-Doors Magazine, 6 pm; Off the Record, 6:30 pm; Senior Focus, 7:30 pm; Lawrence Welk Show, 8 pm; Polo to Pole, 9 pm; Austin City Limits, 10 pm; Joseph Campbell:.Transformation of Myth, 11 pm. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. Sch of Art–Disc, Mondrian: The Education of Vision, 2 pm, Chrysler Aud. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 8-11:30 pm; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8-11:30 pm. – 7 – SUNDAY APRIL 23 Mich Radio–With Heart and Voice, 6 am; Pipedreams, 7 am; The Music of William Albright, Program I, Michigan Radio Sunday Morning, 8:30 am; Weekend Edition, 10 am; Weekend Radio, noon; Prairie Home Companion, 1 pm; Millenium of Music, 3 pm; Living on Earth, 4:30 pm; Weekend All Things Considered, 5 pm; Parents’ Journal, 6 pm; Mud Pie Cafe, 6:30 pm; Paul Bunyan, by Jonathan Winters, Rabbit Ears Radio, 7:30 pm; Excursions, 8 pm; New Dimensions, 9 pm; Music from the Hearts of Space, 10 pm. 91.7 FM. WFUM-TV Channel 28–Sesame Street, 8 am; Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, 9 am; Barney & Friends, 9:30 am; Storytime, 10 am; The Magic School Bus, 10:30 am; Jerusalem on Line, noon; European Journal XIII, 12:30 pm; Washington Week in Review, 1 pm; Wall Street Week, 1:30 pm; McLaughlin Group, 2 pm; Firing Line, 2:30 pm; A Capital View, 3 pm; Tony Brown’s Journal, 4 pm; To the Contrary, 4:30 pm; The Nobel Legacy, 5 pm; Shining Time Station Family Special, 6 pm; The Secret of Life, 7 pm; Nature, 8 pm; Masterpiece Theatre, 9 pm; Mystery! 10 pm; I’ll Fly Away, 11 pm. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. WCBN–Rugrat Review (Kids), 9 am; Turkish Delight, 10 am; Dromedary Express (Music of mid-Europe and east-Asia), 11 am; Radio Libre Ann Arbor (French), noon; Radio Caliente (Latino), 2 pm; Living Poets, 3 pm; Sounds of the Subcontinent (India), 4 pm; The Duke Is on the Air (Ellington), 5 pm; Open Letter to Duke, 6 pm; Real Black Miracles (Jazz Visionaries), 7 pm; Hemispheres (International), 8 pm; Pan-African Heartbeat Radio, 9 pm; Outer Limits (Improvisation), 10:30 pm. 88.3 FM. Lord of Light Lutheran Church–Service, 10 am, 801 S Forest (at Hill), 668-7622. Art Auction, L Evans, noon, 4800 E Huron River Dr, 764- 7170. Mus of Art, 747-0522. Mus of Art–Sunday Tour: Labor and Leisure, 2 pm, Mus of Art. Nichols Arboretum–Tour, The Arb: Rooms with a View, 2 pm, Arboretum, 747-0520. pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. Studio Theater, 763-5460. Univ Club–Live Jazz ‘n Dinner, 5-7:30 pm, Mich Union. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 6 pm-2:30 am; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8 pm-1:30 am. – 8 – MONDAY APRIL 24 Spring Update: Advances in Internal Medicine, Towsley Ctr. Dept Public Safety–Photo ID, 8:30 am-5 pm, NCC Entree Plus Ofc. Michigan, 9 am-5 pm, 1020 Greene St, 764-0533. Nichols Arboretum–Tour, A Noon Hour Amble in the Arb, noon, Arboretum, 747-0520. Alcoholics Anon–Closed disc group, cross-addicts welcome, 12:10 pm, Mich Union, 764-8312 for loca. LGBPO–LGB Women’s Support Group, 5 and 7 pm, Mich Union, 936-1386. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 6 pm-2:30 am; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8 pm-1:30 am. pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. WCBN–Yazoo City Calling (Acoustic Blues), 7 pm; Searching in the Wilderness (Obscure Vintage Rock), 8 pm; Bubblicious Beats (Acid Jazz), 10 pm; Lashtal, 11 pm. 88.3 FM. Mich Radio–Plymouth Oratorio Society, Michigan Concerts, 8 pm. 91.7 FM. WFUM-TV Channel 28–High School Challenge, 8 and 8:30 pm; Baseball, 9 pm; Michigan Magazine, 11 pm; Masterpiece Theatre, midnight. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. Canterbury House–Lesbian-Gay Male-Bisexual Open House, 9 pm, 518 E Washington, 763-4186. TUESDAY APRIL 25 Dept Public Safety–Photo ID, 8:30 am-5 pm, NCC Entree Plus Ofc. Turner Geriatric Clinic–Medicare Assistance Program, 10 am- noon, 1010 Wall Street, 764-2556. Rm N-309, Univ Health Serv, 763-1320. Alcoholics Anon–Campus AA Group, 12:10 pm, 3319 MLB, 973- 1836. – 9 – Med Ctr Teen Volunteer Prog–Teen Volunteer Information Meeting, 4-5 pm, Ford Amphi, Univ Hosp, 764-6874. pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd, 998-7061. SAFEWALK/NORTHWALK–Shapiro Library (936-1000), 6 pm-2:30 am; Bursley Hall (763-WALK), 8 pm-1:30 am. LGBPO–LGB Men’s Support Group, 6:30 pm, Mich Union, 936- 1386. WCBN–Train To Skaville (Ska and early reggae), 7 pm. 88.3 FM. UM-Library–Lec, Phoenix from the Ashes: The Burnt Papyri from a Byzantine Church in Petra, Jordan, L Koener, 7:30 pm, Hatcher Grad Libr, 7th Fl. Aud, 764-2538. WFUM-TV Channel 28–Nova, 8 pm; Frontline, 9 pm; The Secret of Life, 10 pm; Golfing the Great Lakes, 11 pm; Mystery! midnight. Ch 26 in Ann Arbor. EXHIBITIONS KELSEY MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY–Through August: Preserving Eternity: Modern Goals, Ancient Intentions. 763-3559. EXHIBIT MUSEUM–Deinonychus, new dinosaur display. Through August 31: Rotunda display of fossil collection of Friends of Museum of Paleontology. MUSEUM SHOP–Hours 9 am-5 pm Mon-Sat, 1-5 pm Sun. Closed holi. Free admission. Weekend planetarium shows (Spring Skies, Understanding Sky Phenomena, $2.50). Recorded message, 764-6085, Office, 764-0478. AFROAMERICAN MUSIC COLLECTIONS–African art & instruments. Viewing & listening facilities by appt. In 106 West Engineering. Hours: 10:30 am-5 pm Mon-Fri, or by appt. 764-8338. HUMANITIES INSTITUTE–Through October 1995: Exhibition of 2- dimensional and 3-dimensional works by School of Art faculty. Hrs: Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm. STEARNS COLLECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS–MacIntosh Lobby, Upper Level: Introduction to Collection. Stearns Gallery, Middle Level: ” Automated Instruments,” ” Changing Winds of Europe,” ” Reeds Between the Lines — Accordians and Harmonics. ” Stearns Gallery, Virginia Patton Moss Display Case: ” Sacred Sounds of New Guinea. ” Hours: Wed-Sat, 10 am-5 pm and Sun, 1-5 pm (Tours–662-7790). 764-2539. – 10 – GIFTS OF ART/UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS–Through May 7: Watercolors: Michigan at Work, D Willing-Booher, Univ Hosp Lobby, 1st fl; Assemblage Book Covers, S Wysocki, Taubman Lobby, N, 1st fl; Jewelry, MC Hoffmann, Taubman Lobby, N, 1st fl; Paintings, Prints and 3-Dimentional Pieces, Penfil Group, Taubman Lobby, S, 1st fl; Oil Paintings, RE Finger, Univ Hosp Main Cooridor, W, 2nd fl; Oil Paintings, M Ripley, Univ Hosp Amphi Lobby, 2nd fl. Hours: 8 am-8 pm. Paintings, L McKinzie, Turner Clinic Lobby, 1st fl. Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm. 936-ARTS. MUSEUM OF ART–Through June 25: African Art from the Collection. Through April 30: What Is A Portrait? Depictions of Women from the Eighteenth through the Twentieth Centuries. Through May 14: Labor and Leisure: French Pritns from the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century. Through May 21: From Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol: Portraits and Self-Portraits. Through June 4: In Focus: Kai Ch’i, Lobby Gallery. For reserved group tours, call 747-2067. Call 764-0395. Hours: Tues-Sat, 10 am-5 pm, Thurs, 10 am-9 pm, Sun, noon-5 pm. Closed Holidays. N CAMPUS COMMONS–Through April 30: Faculty Women’s Club paintings, NCC Gallery Wall. Through April 24: Artworks by D Ramirez, Sch of Music. Through April 30: Water Exhibit by B Chatterson and H Culp, NCC Old Lobby. Hrs: Mon-Sat, 7 am-11 pm. MICHIGAN UNION–Through April 25: School of Art students A Smith and MM Lim exhibits, Art Lounge. Begs April 25: Exhibition by J Glick, Art Lounge. MATTHAEI BOTANICAL GARDENS–Conservatory open Mon-Sun, 10 am- 4:30 pm. General Admission (except Mon and Sat, 10 am-1 pm, free admission) is $2. 998-7061. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARY–Through May 13: Mapping the Classical World. Hrs: Mon-Fri 10 am-5 pm, Sat 10 am-noon. 764-9377. RACKHAM GALLERIES–Through April 24: Sch of Art M.F.A. Degree Exhibition by D Gray, G Jenkins, RF Idriss, DL Leja, RR Smith. UM-FLINT” Begs April 24: Student Art Show, Fine Art Gallery, Univ Ctr, 10 am-6 pm, Mon-Fri. SLUSSER GALLERY–Begs April 22: Modrian at Slusser.