January 12 - January 18, 1995

[Cheap Thrills]

CABARET MAGRITTE. It's music, it's words, it's performance, it's a whole lot of action for $2 as Cabaret Magritte hosts collaborative performance by Sarah Allen and Polly Giragosian and word and music works by poet Herb Stratford and musician Chuck Koesters. House band Tree Man, which does "children's music for adults," plays engaging musical interludes. Drop in to Cafe Magritte's Bowler Room, 254 E. Congress St. at 10 p.m. Saturday, January 14, for this great performance event. For more information call 884-8004.

CITIZENS AND PEACE. An open forum with Rev. Lucius Walker, Jr. will be held at noon, Wednesday, January 18, in room 281 of the UA Student Union to discuss "Citizen Action and Diplomacy: Can Ordinary Citizens Have Impact on Policy and Peace in the Latin American Region." Walker is a member of the Pastors for Peace caravans and has traveled extensively in Latin America. For more information call 622-4002.

NEAL, LEANDRA, KERSHAW. For $7, $6 if you're a member of KXCI, TFTM or TKMA, you can hear the singing and songwriting duo Neal and Leandra singing their memorable love songs like Old Love and Don't Walk Away. Opening the show is Texas mandolin and guitar player Art Kershaw who has a definite following in these parts playing his varied bluegrass and anti-war tunes. The 8 p.m. concert on Friday, January 13, is at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 22nd Street and Swan Road. Advance tickets are available at Hear's Music, Antigone Books, Bentley's and the Folk Shop. Plan on shelling out $1 more at the door. For more information call 327-4809.

RECYCLE TREES. The city will chip and reuse those lovely firs of Christmas past; call 791-3106 to find out when they'll pick up yours during January.

--Hannah Glasston

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