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'U' Keene Theater to welcome Berlin-based dance company

BY COSMO PAPPAS

This Friday, the doors to the Keene Theater of the Residential College will welcome German-speaking and non-German-speaking guests alike for an open workshop with Tanz Tangente.

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Pussy Riot to give 'Punk Prayer' lecture at Michigan Theater

Erik Lohr / The Voice Project

BY GILLIAN JAKAB

This Thursday evening in the Michigan Theater, University organizations The Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series and the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies are co-presenting the Pussy Riot/Zona Prava member’s lecture “Punk Prayer.”

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Comedian Mike Birbiglia presents 'Thank God For Jokes'

Mike Birbiglia

BY ALEX BERNARD

On Sunday, Mike Birbiglia comes to The Michigan Theater for his brand new show, “Thank God For Jokes,” and he believes this could be his best stand-up yet.

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Electric Shadows Film Series to feature mainstream Asian cinema

BY KATHLEEN DAVIS

Electric Shadows will mark the first mainstream Chinese film series presented by the Confucius Institute at the University, a large step for fans of Chinese cinema in Ann Arbor.

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Kathleen Davis: Students must embrace diverse performances

BY KATHLEEN DAVIS

There are still performers who don’t gather enough interest and see less than adequate crowds, even if they’re incredibly talented. For a city as connected to the arts as Ann Arbor, this is unacceptable.

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Art, the cure for disconnected Wi-Fi

BY ALEX BERNARD

I’d attend plays, write fiction and watch comedy. Sure, my link to new pictures of my dog was severed, but something new remained. Something more important.

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Beethoven classics come to festival at the U

BY COSMO PAPPAS

Those who attend this event will be in the expert hands of Lipsky, Watts and the AASO’s musicians, as they experience the play of ecstasy and calm, triumph and solemnity, in these celebrated compositions.

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Gillian Jakab: Cultural diplomacy an underused instrument

BY GILLIAN JAKAB

Cultural diplomacy is often an underused instrument in the toolbox of foreign policy. In fact, its funding at the State Department level is slated to be reduced for the upcoming year.

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David Sedaris to hold book signing at Literati

BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO

The famed essayist and comedian, and author of works such as “Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim” and his latest essay collection “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls,” will be appearing at Literati Bookstore Wednesday night.

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Tomukun Korean Barbecue a delicious, intense new restaurant

BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO

Your enjoyment of your meal is dependent on you taking advantage of how well the restaurant facilitates the experience. And I am happy to report, based on subsequent visits, that Tomukun does an exceptional job of facilitating an exceptional experience.

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