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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

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Community Culture

From theater to threads: University alum Jonathan Parkey

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BY CAROLINE FILIPS

Along with the jetsetting life, Parkey loves being apart of the small, close-knit luxury fashion community.

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Ann Arbor Art Fair: Untold tales of the Urban basement

BY DANIELLE RAYKHINSHTEYN

To be honest, Art Fair is probably my favorite thing about working for Urban.

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Artist Profile: Royce Disbrow, potter par excellence

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BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS

Along with his ability to adapt and change his pieces, Disbrow practices his craft with a striking mix of storytelling and self-enforced efficiency.

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Daily Book Review: 'Grey'

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BY CHLOE GILKE

“Grey” certainly does not deserve 559 pages of paper from thousands of beautiful trees and $9.89 of your hard-earned money.

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Festival Report: Bonnaroo 2015

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BY DAILY ARTS WRITERS

Bonnaroo, we love you.

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A2IC to premiere 'West Side Story' at Power Center

BY BAILEY KADIAN

A2IC’s current production is "West Side Story", composed of a talented cast from the Ann Arbor and southeast Michigan area.

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Fashion feature: University alum Ashley-Brooke Sandall

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BY CAROLINE FILIPS

Considering her former-model mother usually picked her up from school rocking brazen Missoni jumpsuits, it’s unsurprising Sandall developed a fondness for fashion that continues to punctuate her professional path.

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Daily Book Review: 'Inside the O'Briens'

BY VANESSA WONG

The novel as a whole takes us beyond the book club. What Genova does best in all of her work is gracefully weaving scientific and psychological knowledge into her storylines.

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Renowned troupe to perform 'Cinderella' in Ann Arbor

BY COSMO PAPPAS

The Lyon Opera Ballet, visiting Ann Arbor this weekend for three nights, weds the rigorous professionalism of a world-class ballet company to creative, spectacular set and costume design in their production of “Cinderella.”

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Men's Glee Club resonates with campus

BY GRACE HAMILTON

The Men’s Glee Club is 155 years old, making it the oldest student-run organization on campus and of one of the oldest collegiate choirs in the nation. The choir is made up of 100 men, ranging from 17 to 27-years old.

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