WEMU Jazz Brunch: Rick Roe Trio At The Ann Arbor City Club

WEMU is hosting our Jazz Brunch featuring performances by the Rick Roe Trio with live music, great food and an awesome view. Don’t forget to bring your friends and family to this special Sunday Brunch! A gift of $300 gets you entrance for two. The Rick Roe Trio entertains at an elegant Sunday morning brunch (May 21 from 10:30am – 1:00pm) at this Ann Arbor landmark. Seating is limited.

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Ann Arbor – Karen Cross is the new President of the Ann Arbor Board of Education. Cross was elected on a nearly unanimous vote at Wednesday night's school board meeting. She lists among her priorities, student achievement and addressing the problem of high school overcrowding. Cross was the lone nominee for the Presidency, and was elected on a paper ballot vote of 8-1. The ballot was requested by out-going President Theresa Han-Markey. She left her ballot blank.

Ann Arbor, MI – Ann Arbor, Michigan has become the 137th city in the country to officially oppose the U-S Patriot Act. WEMU's Andrew Cluley has details on last night's vote.

Ann Arbor, MI – Race issues took center stage again on the University of Michigan campus Tuesday, as proponents of a ballot issue to ban the use of racial preferences in public education, employment and contracting announced their petition drive. WEMU's Bob Eccles has details:

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89.1, WEMU, and Music Director Linda Yohn, pick up awards at JazzWeek summit in Rochester NY.

89.1, WEMU was named Station of the Year and Music Director, Linda Yohn, was named Music Director of the Year, in the small market category, at the 2003 JazzWeek Jazz Summit in Rochester NY, June 5-7.

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