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U-M law student Diana Peloquin talks about her win on ‘Jeopardy!’

Written on March 18, 2014 at 2:35 pm, by

‘American Idol’ 2014: What to expect from Top 11 on ‘Songs From the Cinema’ “American Idol” 2014 Top 11: Former “Idol” contestant Shelby Miller( Shelby Charles Miller is a pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. He is considered one of the top 10 prospects in baseball. http: www.baseballamerica.com blog prospects 2011 07 midseason-top-50-prospects-list Midseason Top 50 Prospects List Miller was drafted by the St.)
of Portland talks about what she expects, hopes to see on the theme of “Songs from the Cinema. ” The Top( The Top is the fifth studio album by Great Britain band The Cure , released in 1984. The Top was the studio album to follow Pornography After Pornography , Robert Smith found himself without his friend Simon Gallup , who departed the band due to a fight. Smith then took a radical shift in his music. Just months after the bleak Pornography , the band released the single Let s Go to Bed which just featured Smith, Lol Tolhurst and session drummer Steve Goulding. Following this was The Walk Walk , and then The Lovecats . These three singles and their b-sides were compiled and became Japanese Whispers .)
11 performs at 8 p. Watch Ann Arbor( Ann Arbor Station is an Amtrak station in Ann Arbor, Michigan serving the Wolverine The station has a ticket office, is fully wheelchair accessible and has an enclosed waiting area. Other amenities include public restrooms, public payphone s, vending machine s, paid parking, and a taxi stand . Baggage cannot be checked at this location however, up to two suitcases in addition to any personal items such as briefcases, purses, laptop bags, and infant equipment are allowed on board as carry-ons. Amtrak operates its Wolverine three times daily in each direction between Chicago and Pontiac, Michigan via Detroit, Michigan The station replaced the Michigan Central Railroad depot. The present-day station neighbors the Michigan Central depot, which was renovated as the Gandy dancer Dancer restaurant in 1969. The current station was built in 1983.)
grad student Diana Peloquin compete on ‘Jeopardy. on WDIV-TV( WDIV-TV , virtual channel 4, is an NBC -affiliated television station based in Detroit , Michigan , United States . It is owned by Post-Newsweek Stations and is the flagship station and home base of the group with the offices of the group located alongside WDIV s studios the Local branding now utilized by all stations in the group was launched here alongside its acquiring of flagship status in 2000. It is the only major television station in the area whose offices and studios are located in the city of Detroit, while its other television station counterparts are located in Southfield, Michigan The station s signal, transmitted from a 1004-foot antenna located on Greenfield Road in Southfield, encompasses the Metro Detroit area and can be picked up as far away as Flint, Michigan Lapeer, Michigan Adrian, Michigan Toledo, Ohio and even London, Ontario . WDIV is also one of only three stations that mention Windsor and London as among their primary viewing areas, with the other two being WMYD , and WTVS . Image:Wdiv-hq.jpg headquarters of WDIV-TV in Detroit, MI WDIV was the first television station in Michigan and sixth overall in the United States, signing on as WWDT on October 23, 1946, for one day of demonstration programming.)
(channel 4). ‘ champ Stephanie Jass to show off singing ability in cabaret show Adrian College( Adrian College is a private, co-educational liberal arts college related to the United Methodist Church in the city of Adrian, Michigan . Image:Herrick Tower Adrian College.JPG Tower The school is approximately a 45-minute drive from Ann Arbor and Toledo, Ohio, and 90 minutes from Detroit. Its campus is on approximately span style white-space:nowrap 100 acres span and features newly constructed facilities with modern designs and historic buildings recognized for their past, such as Downs Hall, home of the Theatre Department. The college had its origin as a theological institute founded by Wesleyan Methodists at Leoni, Michigan , in 1845. This institution merged with Leoni Seminary, another Methodist school, in 1855 to form Michigan Union College .)
professor Stephanie Jass will fulfill a lifelong dream with her own cabaret show.
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Location : Ann Arbor
University : Adrian College
Other : Shelby Miller,The Top,WDIV-TV

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On Stages: ‘Coming to America’ at Towsley Auditorium, ‘Reckless’ at Ann Arbor Civic

Written on March 18, 2014 at 2:35 pm, by

Michigan’s Best Doughnut search: Ann Arbor( Ann Arbor Station is an Amtrak station in Ann Arbor, Michigan serving the Wolverine The station has a ticket office, is fully wheelchair accessible and has an enclosed waiting area. Other amenities include public restrooms, public payphone s, vending machine s, paid parking, and a taxi stand . Baggage cannot be checked at this location however, up to two suitcases in addition to any personal items such as briefcases, purses, laptop bags, and infant equipment are allowed on board as carry-ons. Amtrak operates its Wolverine three times daily in each direction between Chicago and Pontiac, Michigan via Detroit, Michigan The station replaced the Michigan Central Railroad depot. The present-day station neighbors the Michigan Central depot, which was renovated as the Gandy dancer Dancer restaurant in 1969. The current station was built in 1983.)
area’s favorite doughnuts revealed The people have spoken. Gonzo’s Top 5: Carnival Weekend at Boyne, Justin Moore at Wings Stadium( Wings Stadium is a 5,113-seat multi-purpose arena , in Kalamazoo, Michigan . The arena opened in 1974 and is home to the Kalamazoo Wings , an ice hockey team in the ECHL . The stadium features four concession stands and two bars along the concourse, as well as the Underground Sports Bar. The main arena is a part of a sports and convention complex serving southwest Michigan . As a concert venue, the stadium can seat up to 8,023 as a convention center it can accommodate of trade show and exhibit space. Along with numerous concerts, the stadium has also hosted a number of World Wrestling Entertainment events.)
/EMU, Steven Curtis Chapman in Flint and Grand Rapids What are the top things to do in Michigan this weekend.
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‘American Idol’ 2014: What to expect from Top 11 on ‘Songs From the Cinema’ “American Idol” 2014 Top 11: Former “Idol” contestant Shelby Miller( Shelby Charles Miller is a pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. He is considered one of the top 10 prospects in baseball. http: www.baseballamerica.com blog prospects 2011 07 midseason-top-50-prospects-list Midseason Top 50 Prospects List Miller was drafted by the St.)
of Portland talks about what she expects, hopes to see on the theme of “Songs from the Cinema. ” The Top( The Top is the fifth studio album by Great Britain band The Cure , released in 1984. The Top was the studio album to follow Pornography After Pornography , Robert Smith found himself without his friend Simon Gallup , who departed the band due to a fight. Smith then took a radical shift in his music. Just months after the bleak Pornography , the band released the single Let s Go to Bed which just featured Smith, Lol Tolhurst and session drummer Steve Goulding. Following this was The Walk Walk , and then The Lovecats . These three singles and their b-sides were compiled and became Japanese Whispers .)
11 performs at 8 p. Watch Ann Arbor( Ann Arbor Station is an Amtrak station in Ann Arbor, Michigan serving the Wolverine The station has a ticket office, is fully wheelchair accessible and has an enclosed waiting area. Other amenities include public restrooms, public payphone s, vending machine s, paid parking, and a taxi stand . Baggage cannot be checked at this location however, up to two suitcases in addition to any personal items such as briefcases, purses, laptop bags, and infant equipment are allowed on board as carry-ons. Amtrak operates its Wolverine three times daily in each direction between Chicago and Pontiac, Michigan via Detroit, Michigan The station replaced the Michigan Central Railroad depot. The present-day station neighbors the Michigan Central depot, which was renovated as the Gandy dancer Dancer restaurant in 1969. The current station was built in 1983.)
grad student Diana Peloquin compete on ‘Jeopardy. on WDIV-TV( WDIV-TV , virtual channel 4, is an NBC -affiliated television station based in Detroit , Michigan , United States . It is owned by Post-Newsweek Stations and is the flagship station and home base of the group with the offices of the group located alongside WDIV s studios the Local branding now utilized by all stations in the group was launched here alongside its acquiring of flagship status in 2000. It is the only major television station in the area whose offices and studios are located in the city of Detroit, while its other television station counterparts are located in Southfield, Michigan The station s signal, transmitted from a 1004-foot antenna located on Greenfield Road in Southfield, encompasses the Metro Detroit area and can be picked up as far away as Flint, Michigan Lapeer, Michigan Adrian, Michigan Toledo, Ohio and even London, Ontario . WDIV is also one of only three stations that mention Windsor and London as among their primary viewing areas, with the other two being WMYD , and WTVS . Image:Wdiv-hq.jpg headquarters of WDIV-TV in Detroit, MI WDIV was the first television station in Michigan and sixth overall in the United States, signing on as WWDT on October 23, 1946, for one day of demonstration programming.)
(channel 4). ‘ champ Stephanie Jass to show off singing ability in cabaret show Adrian College( Adrian College is a private, co-educational liberal arts college related to the United Methodist Church in the city of Adrian, Michigan . Image:Herrick Tower Adrian College.JPG Tower The school is approximately a 45-minute drive from Ann Arbor and Toledo, Ohio, and 90 minutes from Detroit. Its campus is on approximately span style white-space:nowrap 100 acres span and features newly constructed facilities with modern designs and historic buildings recognized for their past, such as Downs Hall, home of the Theatre Department. The college had its origin as a theological institute founded by Wesleyan Methodists at Leoni, Michigan , in 1845. This institution merged with Leoni Seminary, another Methodist school, in 1855 to form Michigan Union College .)
professor Stephanie Jass will fulfill a lifelong dream with her own cabaret show.
Source From : U-M law student Diana Peloquin talks about her win on ‘Jeopardy!’

Location : Ann Arbor
University : Adrian College
Other : Shelby Miller,The Top,WDIV-TV

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Terrence McNally’s Valentine to The Pearl Theater Company

Written on November 30, 2013 at 7:46 pm, by

Set in the detritus of years of costumes, props, deflated dolls, and chandeliers, this new play by the venerable Terrence McNally( Terrence McNally is an United States playwright who has received four Tony Award s, an Emmy , two Guggenheim Fellowships , a Rockefeller Foundation Grant , the Lucille Lortel Award , the Hull-Warriner Award , and a citation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters . He has been a member of the Council of the Dramatists Guild since 1970 and has served as vice-president since 1981. McNally was partnered to Thomas Kirdahy following a civil union ceremony in Vermont in 2003, and they subsequently married in Washington, D.C. on April 6, 2010. Born in St.)
sits on the most cluttered set north of 14th Street. The Greek plays such as Aeschylus’s “Oresteia,” an actor’s dream to perform Shakespeare’s “King Lear,” Chekhov’s “Seagull,” Edward Albee( Edward Franklin Albee III is an American playwright who is best known for The Zoo Story , The Sandbox Sandbox , Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? , and a rewrite of the book for the unsuccessful Breakfast at Tiffany s version of Truman Capote s Breakfast at Tiffany s at Tiffany s . His works are considered well-crafted, often unsympathetic examinations of the modern condition. His early works lect a mastery and Americanization of the Theatre of the Absurd that found its peak in works by European playwrights such as Jean Genet , Samuel Beckett , and Eugène Ionesco . Younger American playwrights, such as Paula Vogel , credit Albee s daring mix of theatricalism and biting dialogue with helping to reinvent the post-war American theatre in the early 1960s. Albee continues to experiment in new works, such as The Goat: or, Who Is Sylvia? . Image:Edward Albee, 1987.)
‘s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot,” all evoked, all supply a turn of phrase, a dramatic diva in this Dionysian and clever pastiche, under Jack Cummings III able direction, featuring the Pearl regulars Carol Schultz, Sean McNall, Rachel Botchan, and Dominic Cuskern, and a pair of newcomers, Donna Lynne Champlin and Micah Stock. Next up: Paul Bowles( Paul Frederic Bowles was an American expatriate composer, author, and translator. Following a cultured middle-class upbringing in New York City, during which he displayed a talent for music and writing, Bowles pursued his education at the University of Virginia before making various trips to Paris in the 1930s. He studied music with Aaron Copland , and in New York wrote music for various theatrical productions, as well as other compositions. He achieved critical and popular success with the publication in 1949 of his first novel The Sheltering Sky , set in what was known as French North Africa , which he had visited in 1931. In 1947 Bowles settled in Tangier , Morocco , and his wife, Jane Bowles followed in 1948. Except for winters spent in Sri Lanka during the early 1950s, Tangier was his home for the next fifty-two years, the remainder of his life.)
‘ adaptation of Jean Paul Sartre’s “No Exit. Luke Bryan( Thomas Luther Luke Bryan is an American country singer . Bryan began his musical career in the mid-2000s, writing songs for Travis Tritt and Billy Currington . After signing with Capitol Records Nashville in 2007, he released the album I ll Stay Me , which included the singles All My Friends Say , We Rode in Trucks and Country Man . Followup album Doin My Thing included Do I , which Bryan co-wrote with Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum , and the number one singles Rain Is a Good Thing and Someone Else Calling You Baby . Tailgates Tanlines , released in 2011, includes Country Girl and his third number one, I Don t Want This Night to End . Bryan co-wrote all of his singles, and co-produced all three albums with Jeff Stevens Stevens .)
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People : Paul Bowles,Edward Albee,Terrence McNally,Luke Bryan
Other : Donna Lynne Champlin

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Tom Hanks: Red Carpet Game Changer

Written on October 12, 2013 at 1:08 am, by

How many movie stars have walked the Red Carpet( Red Carpet is a software management tool for Linux that was developed as part of the Ximian desktop. Ximian and the ore Red Carpet is now owned by Novell, Inc. Red Carpet supports most of the popular Linux distribution s and maintains their software installation through the RPM Package Manager package database. The name Red Carpet has officially disappeared and the software renamed to Novell ZENworks Linux Management, to match Novell s existing software distribution platform. http: www.novell.)
to a Gala Premiere wondering, (and in some cases knowing), whether they’ll exit a Somebody or a nobody. No other artistic celebration is quite as glitzy and magisterial, and, maybe, nerve-wracking, as the Red Carpet rolled out for movie stars, starlets and studios, and the Gala Premiere of British director Paul Greengrass( Paul Greengrass is an English film director , screenwriter and former journalist . He specialises in dramatisations of real-life events and is known for his signature use of hand-held cameras. Greengrass was born in Cheam , Surrey . His mother was a teacher and his father a river pilot and merchant seaman. He is the brother of noted English historian Mark Greengrass. Greengrass was educated at Westcourt Primary School and Gravesend Grammar School , Sevenoaks School and Queens College, Cambridge .)
‘ Captain Phillips was no different. Tom Hanks( Thomas Jeffrey Tom Hanks is an American actor, producer, writer, and director. Hanks is known for his roles as Andrew Beckett in Philadelphia and as the title character in Forrest Gump , roles which won him two consecutive Academy Awards for Best Actor. Hanks is also known for his Oscar nominated roles in Big Saving Private Ryan and Cast Away . Hanks other acting roles include Apollo 13 13 as Jim Lovell , The Green Mile Green Mile as Paul Edgecomb, Toy Story as Woody and Charlie Wilson s War as Charlie Wilson . Hanks was born in Concord, California California. His father, Amos Mefford Hanks , was an itinerant cook.)
walked the carpet confidently to open the BFI London Film Festival. “Some of the final moments were so realistically tense that I found them difficult to watch”, said a reviewer for The Washington Post( The Washington Post is the most widely circulated newspaper published in Washington, D.C. , and oldest extant in the area, founded in 1877. Located in the capital city of the United States , The Post has a particular emphasis on national politics. Daily editions are printed for the District of Columbia , Maryland , and Virginia . The newspaper is published as a broadsheet , with photographs printed both in color and in black and white.)
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Other : Red Carpet,BFI London Film Festival,The Washington Post

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CENTER EVENTS

Written on October 7, 2013 at 8:36 pm, by

FOR Join a discussion with Christopher Ricks( Sir Christopher Bruce Ricks , British Academy is a British literary critic and scholar. He is the William M. and Sara B. Warren Professor of the Humanities at Boston University and Co-Director of the Editorial Institute at Boston University , and was Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford from 2004 to 2009. He is the immediate past-president of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics . He is known as a champion of Victorian literature Poetry poetry an enthusiast of Bob Dylan , whose lyrics he has analysed at book-length Michael Gray , The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia , p.)
and judge the impact of war-time posters; listen to recordings of the great speeches of the day; discuss the relations between rhetoric, art, propaganda, and truth in a time of war. Boston University( Boston University is a Private university research university located in Boston, Massachusetts. With more than 4,000 faculty members and more than 31,000 students, Boston University is one of the List of largest United States university campuses by enrollment private universities in the United States and one of Boston s largest employers. The university is nonsectarian , Nonsectarian1 but is historically affiliated with The United Methodist Church . Boston University – Religious Affiliation GBHEM BU is categorized as an RU VH Research University in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Carnegie Foundation In 2009–2010, BU had research expenditures of $407.8 million, or $553 million if the research led by the Medical School faculty at Boston Medical Center is included.)
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People : Christopher Ricks
University : Boston University

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Kiss Kiss Bangs Bangs: Pauline Kael, Lester Bangs and the Twitter Age

Written on September 17, 2013 at 12:02 am, by

After all, one of them was a straight-shooting, heart-on-her-sleeve writer who was born in Petaluma, California and later moved to New York, the other a straight-shooting, heart-on-his-sleeve writer who was born in Escondido, California( Escondido is a city occupying a shallow valley ringed by rocky hills, just north of the city of San Diego , California . Founded in 1888, it is one of the oldest cities in San Diego County . The city had a population of 143,911 at the 2010 census. Its municipal government set itself an operating budget limit of $426,289,048 for the fiscal year 2010-2011. escondido.org Data Sites 1 pdfs Finance OperatingBudget.)
and later moved to New York. Leave it to Andrew Sarris–or his musical counterpart, Robert Christgau( Robert Christgau is an United States essayist , music journalist , and self-proclaimed Dean of American Rock Critics . christgau.com rosen2006 One of the earliest professional rock critic s, Christgau is known for his terse capsule reviews, published since 1969 in his Consumer Guide columns. He also spent 37 years as music editor for The Village Voice , during which time he created the annual Pazz Jop poll. Christgau grew up in New York City , where he says he became a rock and roll fan when disc jockey Alan Freed moved to the city in 1954. Christgau, Robert , A Counter in Search of a Culture .)
–to lead the reader on an aphoristic dance. His best pieces–”The White Noise Supremacists”, about racism in punk rock; the affectionate Jamaican travelogue “Innocents in Babylon”; the obituaries he wrote for John Lennon, Elvis Presley, and Peter Laughner( Peter Laughner was an United States guitarist , songwriter and singing A native of Bay Village, Ohio , Laughner remains a rather little known figure nonetheless, Richie Unterberger described him as probably the single biggest catalyst in the birth of Cleveland s alternative rock scene in the mid 1970s. Laughner led a variety of groups. Among them were Mr. Charlie, Cinderella Backstreet, Peter The Wolves, The Blue Drivers and Friction. However, his most enduring contributions were to Rocket From The Tombs and the early work of Pere Ubu Ubu . In addition to all this, he wrote for Creem magazine.)
–were messy, thrilling affairs, grasping for truths that most rock reviews never bothered with. (His wildman persona aside, it’s worth noting that Bangs wrote with great insight about more contemplative albums, like Miles Davis’ In a Silent Way( Silent Way is a language teaching method created by Caleb Gattegno that makes extensive use of silence as a teaching technique. It is not usually considered a mainstream method in language education . Cook groups the Silent Way under other styles Richards under alternative approaches and methods and Jin Cortazzi under Humanistic or Alternative Approaches . It was first introduced in Gattegno s book Teaching Foreign Languages in Schools: The Silent Way in 1963. , available as . Gattegno was skeptical of the mainstream language education of the time, and conceived of the method as a special case of his general theories of education.)
and Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours. Kenny Garrett( Kenny Garrett is a Grammy Award -winning United States post bop jazz Saxophone and flautist who gained fame in his youth as a member of the Duke Ellington Orchestra and of Miles Davis s band. He has since pursued a critically acclaimed solo career. Most recently he joined a Supergroup of jazz musicians, the Five Peace Band . Kenny Garrett was born in Detroit, Michigan Michigan , on October 9, 1960 he is a 1978 graduate of Mackenzie High School High School . His father was a carpenter who played tenor saxophone as a hobby. Garrett s own career as a saxophonist took off when he joined the Duke Ellington Ellington Orchestra in 1978, AM accessdate =2010-03-21 then led by Duke s son, Mercer Ellington .)
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People : Kenny Garrett,Robert Christgau,Peter Laughner
Other : Escondido, California,Silent Way

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