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The Buzz

Issue date: 10/2/09 Section: Focus
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Friday, October 2

Today marks the start of another installment of the Little Italy Art Walk that will be taking place throughout the weekend. The Art Walk will feature the work of Sudi Taleghani, who has created a host of beautiful Turkish artwork. Taleghani's innovative style utilizes gold, silver, copper leaf, and a specific painting technique to create stunning work. If you would like to meet the artist, Taleghani will be in Little Italy on Friday, ready to discuss her craft. Time: 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: 2013 Murray Hill, Little Italy. Info: http://www.littleitalycleveland.com.

Acclaimed underground comic book writer Harvey Pekar is debuting his latest project, The Pekar Project Live: From Web to Walls. Pekar and four other artists have created a webcomic series that will feature a new story every week, along with behind-the-scenes extras. Pekar is best known for his American Splendor comics, which in fact, were autobiographical. Besides the unleashing of the newest Pekar project, the exhibition will include free donuts and live music. Time: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Pennello Gallery, Little Italy .Info: http://smithmag.net/comics

Saturday, October 3

Every 16 minutes, someone in the U.S.A. commits suicide, making it the fourth-leading cause of death in this country. Such devastating statistics really emphasize how much need be done to aid suicide prevention. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will be leading a walk to prevent suicide in order to raise national awareness and money for research, benefit education regarding the issue, and to offer support to families who have experienced the suicide of a loved one. You can register for the walk online but can donate at the event as well. Time: 10 a.m. (sign-in), 11 a.m. (walk begins) Cost: Free though donations are welcome. Location: Cleveland Metroparks, Mill Stream Run Reservation/Wallace Lake Info: http://www.outofthedarkness.org

Sunday, October 4

Legendary indie rock band Built to Spill will be making its way to the Grog Shop this weekend to entertain all the Indie rockers in the area. Having produced some of independent rock's seminal albums, such as Keep it Like a Secret, There's Nothing Wrong With Love and Perfect from Now On, they are currently preparing and promoting their upcoming seventh full-length, There Is No Enemy. With what the Grog describes as "catchy guitar hooks," and the unique frontman's vocals, it's no wonder that this band has played festivals like Lollapalooza and received press from major music magazines such as Spin. Time: 8 p.m. Cost: $23.50 in advance / $25 at the door Location: The Grog Shop. Info: http://www.grogshop.gs/.
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News

  • Can you name this place?
  • Have you heard about Case Western Undergraduate Bioethics Society?
  • Homecoming at CWRU
  • Preparing for 2009's local and state elections
  • President Barbara Snyder engages the student body in first-ever student State of the University address
  • RAD classes aim to protect students
  • Six CWRU students test positive for H1N1
  • Students celebrate sustainability at campus-wide GreenFest

Sports

  • At least Anderson keeps it close
  • First round robin puts Spartans in driver's seat
  • Football Gameday: Case vs. Wooster
  • For Denison QB, first test is daunting
  • Judges bring Spartans down to earth

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Crossword Solution
  • Maze Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • Drastic healthcare reform unnecessary, wasteful
  • Editorial: USG must take action, stem abundance of resignations
  • Moore's Capitalism: an undeserved bully pulpit
  • Recycling: getting to know your plastics
  • State sex education legislation provides needed overhaul
  • State your case: what do you do on a rainy day?

Focus

  • Acappella for Africa successful fundraiser for Global Medical Initiative, showcases CWRU's multiude of a cappella talents
  • Baker-Nord Center to hold student-run Flip Camera Film Festival
  • Botanical Gardens, Baker-Nord Center present compelling afternoon of poetry reading and composition
  • Cleveland Museum of Art opens Paul Gauguin: Paris, 1889 exhibit
  • Eldred Theater season opens with Heidi Chronicles
  • GLTF season opens with gut-busting Edwin Drood
  • Hitting the Spot: Cody Wood
  • Kid Cudi brings introspective musical perspective to Case Western
  • The Buzz
  • Thinking about summer jobs and real-world employment can never start too early

Cross Country

  • Women emerge from "mud pit" with title

Football

  • Nicely catches 3 TDs in win

Sex and Dating

  • The real reason to get a flu shot

Soccer

  • Streak snapped: Spartans get first UAA win since '06

Spartan Spotlight

  • Spartan Spotlight: Brian Evans

Worst Case Scenario

  • Cold season
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