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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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Kathleen Davis: The timelessness of theater

BY KATHLEEN DAVIS

In a way, it’s the timelessness that’s the draw, allowing us to get absorbed into the drama, or the comedy, or the sadness, yet when the curtains close we’re eased back to reality, taking the influence of art back with us. And that in and of itself is a beautiful thing.

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Shteyngart to discuss satirical memoir 'Little Failure'

BY GILLIAN JAKAB

"Just have fun. I suffered for 42 years so people can have a lot of fun reading about it. That’s my hope. Enjoy my suffering."

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University students take on storied 'Cabaret' musical

BY REBECCA GODWIN

The latest group to take on the musical is the University’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

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Edgefest to celebrate bassists in Kerrytown

BY CAROLYN DARR

Celebrating its 18th year, Edgefest is a four-day event at the Kerrytown Concert House with other individual concerts held in venues around Ann Arbor.

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Chance The Rapper's Eastern Michigan 'Social Experiment'

McKenzie Berezin/Daily

BY WILL GREENBERG

Results: The most notable observation of the evening was the stark contrast in stage presence, philosophy and overall mood between Travi$ and Chance.

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Hannibal Buress talks progress, Facebook messaging ahead of Royal Oak show

Courtesy of Hannibal Buress

BY AKSHAY SETH

Hannibal Buress is bringing a slew of newly written material along for the Comedy Camisado Tour, which stops by at the Royal Oak Music Theatre on Saturday.

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VIDEO: Dropping in on a work in progress

BY VIRGINIA LOZANO

Scroll down to watch a conversation with artist Hilmar Ramos as he works on finishing a memorial tattoo at Authentic Art Tattoo in Ann Arbor.

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Paige Pfleger: 90 year old builds ‘Disneyland’ in backyard

BY PAIGE PFLEGER

The death of his wife motivated him further to keep adding on to Disneyland, spending most of his days inside the multicolored garage in his backyard, painting objects that he used to gather from garage sales and markets.

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Restored Gershwin piano now residing at University

BY REBECCA GODWIN

Now that the instrument is finally finished, SMT&D will be having a special dedication ceremony to welcome it officially to it’s new home at the University.

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A beginner’s guide to the world of comics

DC Comics

BY DREW MARON

Few popular mediums have had as much impact on the 20th century as comic books, yet despite their influence on popular culture, the actual success of comics and the recognition of its creators are largely unknown.

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