Cass City Cinema—First Unitarian Church (Cass and Forest), $1.50 admission, 7:30 & 10:00 p.m. Nov. 19 & 20: “The Twelve Chairs,” (Mel Brooks). Nov. 26 & 27: “Emitai” (1971 from Senegal). Dec. 3 & 4: “This Man Must Die” (Chabrol, France).
Detroit Film Theatre—Detroit Art Institute Auditorium, $2.00 admission ($1.50 students), 7:00 & 9:30 p.m. Nov. 19: “Emitai” (Senegal). Nov. 20: “Breathless”, (1959 Goddard). Nov. 21: “Uncle Vanya” (USSR 1972). Nov. 26: “The Round Up” (1965, Miklos Jansco). Nov. 27: “L’Avventura ” (Antonioni). Nov. 28: “Jamilya” (USSR). Dec. 3: “Funnyman” (1967 John Korty). Dec. 4: “Millhouse—A White Comedy” (1971, Nixon). Dec. 5: “The Twelve Chairs” .
Midday Movies—Detroit Art Institute—FREE! Nov. 17 thru 21: “Blind Husbands” (Eric Von Stroheim). Nov. 24-27 “La Boheme” (King Vidor). Dec. 1-5: “You Only Live Once” (Fritz Lang).
Main Library—Friends Auditorium (Cass and Putnam), $2.50 admission ($1.50 students and sr. citizens). First feature begins at 7:00 p.m. Nov. 19-20 “The Uninvited” and “Old Dark House”. Dec. 3-4 “Red Desert” and “La Notte”. Dec. 17-18: “Horse-feathers” and “Duck Soup”.
Phase-Out Films—WSU campus (DeRoy Auditorium) Nov. 19-20: “Lancelot of the Lake” (France).
Sister Cinema—all films shown at 1st Unitarian Church, Cass & Forest: Nov. 21: “Women and Art”—4 films shown at 3 & 5 p.m., adm. is $1.50. Dec. 5: “Women in Love” (written by D. H. Lawrence), 3 & 5 pm, $1.50 adm.
Poetry Reading—Robert Hershon, Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. at Macomb Cnty Comm. College (12 Mile in Warren) The TV studio.
Nov. 17: Kurt Schwitter’s “Cathedral of Erotic Misery”, 8 p.m. at Det. Art Inst. lecture hall. Nov. 18: The Daedalus and Icarus Legend; Jacob Nyenhius, 8 p.m. Det. Art Inst. lecture hall. Nov. 21: Agnes Morgan, Four Drawings by JeanAuguste-Dominique Ingres in the Permanent Collection, 1 p.m. at Det. Art Inst. lecture hall.
Dec. 8 : The Artist discovering his work—Richard Serra, 8 p.m. Det. Inst. of Arts lecture hall, $1.50 adm., 75 cents for students.
Hillberry Theatre—Journey of the Fifth Horse (Robert Ribman), Nov. 17, 18, 20 & 26, Cass & Hancock, 8:30 p.m. $3.50 adm.
Nov. 18: As You Like It (Shakespeare), 2:30 p.m. Nov. 19 & 27: The Miser (Moliere), 8:30 p.m.
Northwest Activities Center—No Exit (Jean-Paul Sarte), Nov. 19-28, 8 p.m. at 18100 Meyers Road, Matinee Sat. 3 p.m.
Oakland University—Brecht on Brecht (by George Tabori) Nov. 19-21, Studio theatre.
Meadow Brook Theatre—”Night of the Iguana” (Tennessee Williams), Nov. 21-27, Oakland University, Sun. 6:30 p.m. No performances Monday; Tues -Fri. 8:30 perf., Sat. 6 & 9:30 perf.
Power Center, Ann Arbor—”Oh What a Lovely War,” Nov. 23-28, Fri. & Sat. 8 p.m. Sun. 2 & 8 p.m.
Afram Jazz Ensemble, Nov. 17, Varner Recital Hall, Oakland Univ., free.
Copeland Blues Band, Nov. 19, Trinity Methodist Church (13100 Woodward, Highland Park), 8:30 p.m. $2.00 donation.
Blues Concert—Roosevelt Sykes, Otis Rush, Jimmy Dawkins, Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Nov. 19 (call 763-5110).
Rowena Reik & Ukrainian Bandura Players—Nov. 26, Trinity Meth. Church, 8:30 p.m., $2.00 donation, self-serve dinner & refreshment spread.
Nonce at the Movies—Dance: premiere of 3 dances and films from Nonce Dance Ensemble, Friends School, 1100 St. Aubin, 7:30 p.m. (call 757-0747). Community Music—Sundays, Unitarian Church, Cass at Hancock, 8 p.m.
International Folk Dancing—each Friday evening, 8 p.m. at International Institute, Kirby and John R. adm. charged.
Cass Corridor Food Co-op Benefit Buffet Dinner—Nov. 20 at 6 p.m., $3.75 adm. (children under 7 free).
Integral Yoga Institute—Hatha I, Saturdays 9 & 11 a.m. $1.50 donation.
Old World Market—Nov. 18-21, 111 E. Kirby, adm. is $1.25, children only 50 cents.
Send all Calendar events to the FE, 4403 Second, Detroit 48201, Attention: Calendar. We will also be glad to list out-of-town events—send ’em in.
As times toughen in the Motor City, it seems appropriate that we assist readers in the selection and preparation of inexpensive, but wholesome meals.
The following recipe may appear inedible at first glance, but be assured this dish has been taste-tested by Fifth Estate chefs and found to be well worth devouring. Bon Apetite!
LENIN HARANGUE PIE
Often thought to be meagre and unrewarding as a dessert, when prepared correctly it will obtain a culinary position comparable to any traditional after-dinner sweet with a richness and body all its own.
To begin preparation secure:
at least 15 small to medium leninists (maoists, stalinists, or trotskyists will all taste the same)
After your butcher prepares the leninists for cooking, place them in a slow oven overnight and they should wither away to almost nothing but a dry powder.
Note: We have found that often rather than withering away, the carcasses tended to become bloated and oversized. If this begins to occur, simply puncture and deflate. Leninists can be obtained around college campuses, attending boring meetings, or at factory gates. Further note: close observation easily distinguishes them from actual workers.
Take the dried leninist remains and place in a crushed Billy Graham cracker crust pie shell along with:
1 cup corn syrup.
Cover with whipped cream. Chill and serve, but be careful; anything more than a very small serving will make one sick.