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• Grab your favorite Pink Lady and travel back to when beehives were in and coifs were cool at the IU Auditorium’s first autumn production, Wednesday and Thursday (Oct. 2-3) in Bloomington. Grease brings back the music of the ‘50s. Meet Danny Zuko, king of the Burger Palace Boys, and, perhaps, Doug Booher, the IU Auditorium’s new director.
http://www.iuauditorium.com/

• The student-run IU Dance Marathon, scheduled Oct. 25-27 at the HPER Building, IUB, has raised $2 million for the Riley Hospital for Children. The dancers need your support. Go to this Web site:
http://www.indiana.edu/~iudmc

• Helen Horowitz, author of Rereading Sex, which explores the cultural history of 19th-century Americans and their thoughts on sexuality, will speak at the lounge of the Lilly Library, IUB, at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct 10.

• In conjunction with the appearance of Sister Helen Prejean (presentation information), The Omega Suites, by artist Lucinda Devlin, will run Oct. 4-Nov. 2 at the SoFA Gallery and the exhibit Execution and Capital Punishment in Victorian England will run from Oct. 11-Nov.2 in the Lincoln Room of the Lilly Library. Both are located on the IUB campus. Devlin will present a slide lecture Friday, Oct. 11, at 5:30 p.m. in Fine Arts 102, IUB.



 
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