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Wednesday January 17, 2001

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Did your mother ever tell you that sometimes sorry isn't good enough? UA School of Art senior John Richey took this advice to heart when he created his Rotunda Gallery Exhibit on display this morning. Beginning at 8 a.m., the third floor of the Memorial Student Union will be decorated with Richey's oil, acrylic, and two-dimensional pieces of art. He attempts to explain "miscommunication" to his audience through his use of bright colors and timid strokes. For specifics regarding Richey's past projects or a list of future exhibits, please contact Christina Lieberman at 621-6142.

Bikini lines and bleached hair aren't the only things moving their way down from California. Tonight at 7:30, Laurie Lewis and her Bluegrass Pals will be live in concert at the Fine Arts Complex. Bring your friends along for an evening of entertainment as the only California country and bluegrass vocalist and fiddler serenades her audience. Tickets can be purchased for $15 by phone, and discounts are available through local book and gift shops. If you have any questions or wish to purchase tickets, please call 327-4809.

Are you looking for a meaningful way to celebrate the influential men of the past? Try visiting the Martin Luther King Center as African American Student Affairs hosts a lecture by the Rev. Samuel "Billy" Kyles today at noon. The reverend will speak about his experiences with Dr. King on the day of his assassination, as well as his views on the modern civil rights movement. The lecture will last approximately two hours and refreshments will be served. If you have any further questions, please contact Tami Richey at 621-3481 or Jael Walker at 621-7060.

The Memorial Student Union is a flurry of art today as Cynthia Gay Rose decorates the second floor with her vibrant "Whimsical Fairy Tale" paintings. If you are looking to add fantasy and comedy to your life, try visiting this exhibit between 5 and 7 p.m. for an eyeful. Rose centers her themes around freedom, children, and flying figures to entertain men and women of all ages. If you have any questions regarding the content of the exhibit, please contact Christina Lieberman at 621-6142.

Have you been trying to improve your life with a little instruction from the experts? Celebrate Health & Fitness and Career month by getting a new best seller from any UA Bookstore. All of the latest self-help and career related novels are subject to a 20 percent discount to celebrate wellness. Over half a million titles are available today through Jan. 31. For any questions regarding specific novels or restrictions placed on the sale, please call 621-2814.

-Compiled by Mindy Jones