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By Kim Stravers
Arizona Daily Wildcat
February 19, 1999
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Breathe the same air as some of the UA's most talented guitar students this afternoon at the Sloanaker House. From 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., the Sloanaker Brown Bag Concert Series continues. Eat your PB&J in style. Lucia Barton at 626-7183 has more information.

Everyone wants to have some sort of connection to a celebrity. The American Gladiators once sat in my dad's suburban for a tour of Tucson, and I never miss a chance to let people know. Likewise, in "Six Degrees of Separation," a charming, average guy claims to be Sidney Poitier's son to gain affection and a family. The Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of this Tony Award-winning play shows tonight at 7:30 in the Marroney Theatre. Tickets are $16 general, $14 for seniors and UA employees, and $10 for students. Call 621-1162 for more information. The play runs through February 28.

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the School of Music brings you "Jajouka/Joujouka/Zahjoukah: Moroccan Music and Euro-American Imagination," a lecture by Philip Schuyler, and associate professor of music at the University of Maryland at 10 a.m. in Crowder Hall. Call the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at 621-5450 for more information.

Robert Houston, aka the director of the creative writing program, wrote a novel about a labor war in Arizona in 1917 based on actual events. It's called Bisbee '17, and it's been re-released, and if you go to the UA Bookstore between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and ask him politely, he just may sign it for you. Call Christopher Galvez at UA Press at 621-1441 for more info.

The College of Architecture's Lecture Series continues today at 3:30 p.m. in AME 202 with a presentation by James Carpenter of Design Associates, Inc. in New York. He's known for his glass designs. An exhibition of his work is also on display in the T.M. Sundt Design Gallery. Go and impress your friends with your newfound knowledge of windows. Call 621-6751 for more information.

The Lesbian Looks Film and Video Series continues tonight at 7:30 in Modern Languages 350. That's the auditorium, for those of you who get lost in that building. Films showing are: "Gifts From my Father," "Her Sweetness Lingers," "Dance With Me," "Bloody Well Done," and "Good Citizen: Betty Baker." If you need more information, as well as more complete film synopses, visit the Lesbian Looks Web site: http://www.u.arizona.edu/~lgbcom/lgbfilm.htm.

The UA Dance Division will be moving into first position in Centennial Hall tonight at 8. Premium Blend is a wide assortment of different dance styles, with everything from a dance based on James Bond to a multimedia meditation in motion. And it's all yours for $10 general, $7 students and seniors. There will be another show tomorrow at 8 p.m. as well. Call 621-3341 for more information.