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Wednesday October 4, 2000

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Hungry for a bit of culture in your life? Well you can satisfy your appetite for some diversity while you satisfy those hunger pains. A Taste of Nations is a five-part series showcasing the culture of different civilizations. Today's program will feature the Cajun side of America with delicious food and music. Jazz guitarist Joe Weinberg, backed by a small horn section, will be on hand to provide some cool jazz after all that hot food. The event will be held in the Cellar at noon.

Just when you thought the CCP gave up on featuring Louise Dahl-Wolfe's work, you get more of her in today's gallery talk. Dennita Sewell, fashion design curator at the Phoenix Art Museum, will host the talk and enlighten crowds on how the fashions of the 1940s and 1950s contributed to a new identity for women. The talk starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Center for Creative Photography.

Just because the UA's football team isn't up to par doesn't mean you should miss a chance to meet the big guy behind it all. Today you can have lunch with Dick Tomey so pick up some lunch and head over to the McKale Center, Room 329 by noon.

Think you're going to hell for all the bad things you've done? Why don't you stop by the Campus Christian Center for a preview of what to expect in your afterlife. Alan Bernstein, a history professor, will discuss the "History of Hell" at 5:30 tonight. If you've got any questions, call 623-7575.

It's okay to think only of yourself today. The Lionel Rombach Gallery will present a new exhibit "self-ish" today. This display will present paintings, assemblage sculpture and mixed media works by Steve Jarvis and John Richey in a show that demonstrates the artist as a producer of concepts as well as art. The exhibit will run through Nov. 9, so swing by during the gallery's business hours for a glimpse into the selfish side of art.

Picasso isn't the only one who went through a blue period. Elizabeth Evans, author of "The Blue Hour," will speak at tonight's Poetry Center Reading Series. The program starts at 8 in the Modern Language Auditorium.

So you've got a group assignment due soon and nothing is accomplished because there is no strong group leader. That's okay. At 3 today, there is a workshop on that exact subject. Coincidence? Well, it doesn't really matter. The point is the Leadership Workshop will focus on the "Five Keys for More Effective Leadership." Come to the Tucson Room of the Student Union with your group members and you'll finally get something done.