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June 17, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, June 17, 1977

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'OPEN 7 DAYS/ IVEW OWNERSHIPS

COMPLETE FAMILY MENU AS ALWAYS
FOR • BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

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SUN. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
AND GREEK SALAD

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NATE GLASSMAN, for-
mer Detroiter who has been
living in Nevada for the
past 10 years, is now at the
Riviera Hotel as a casino
executive. A Cass' Tech
graduate, Glassman says
he is always running into
old friends from the Detroit
area. The Riviera is a popu-
lar hotel for visitors from
our town.
On a recent trip out
there, we discovered that
the Riviera's newest dining
spot, the Ristorante Ital-
iano, is one of the finest
rooms in the city. Fabulous
hors d'oeuvres, a large se-
lection of entrees and su-
perb service make your
meal unsurpassable.
WE STAYED AT the Riv-
iera and had a chance to
visit with Rich Little who
was appearing at the hotel
with Bernadette Peters.
"It figures," Little
laughed. "Last summer at
Pine Knob, you pick me up
to go on your boat and it
rains all day. We end up
eating our lunch in front of
the TV set.
"Here we are and it's 85
degrees and you don't have
your boat. You just can't
win!"
Little was funnier than
ever. He's added a lot of
new material to his act and
his Jimmy Carter may
prove to be his best Presi-
dential impersonation yet.
His new bit on famous de-
tectives — Inspector
Clousseau, Columbo, Peter
Gunn and Sam Spade was
excellent.
BERNADETTE PETERS
was the talk of the city. It
was her first appearance in
Vegas and the reports are
that she'll be headlining
there before long. She is
exactly what the Vegas au-
diences like.
NOT SO ABOUT Ann Mar-
garet at the Hilton. What a
disappointment. Having
never seen A.M. perform
live, we were expecting a

mis

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By JACKIE KALLEN
Guest Columnist

GREEK
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lot more than we got. True
— the costumes, staging
and special effects were ter-
rific. But nothing can hide
the fact that Ann Margaret
can't sing very well and
just doesn't relate to the au-
dience.
She's pretty enough and
is a tremendous dancer.
But every time she opened
her mouth, she shattered
the image. Adding to the
problem was the opening
act, Guy Marks, who was
so bad it was insulting. One
of the guys at our table
slept through most of the
show and considered him-
self luckier than the rest of
us.
On the plus side, how-
ever, was the fact that the
dinner was surprisingly
good for a dinner show. Usu-
ally the food at dinner
shows is the worst. But the
Hilton really gives you a
first-class dinner.
ANOTHER TOP-NOTCH
eating spot is the Cafe Gigi
at the MGM Grand. Talk
about gourmet restaurants
— this one is a winner. We
were serenaded by a five-
piece ensemble of three vio-
linists, a bass and an ac-
cordion while devouring
Caesar salad, touranadoes
rossini and a bottle of Blue
Nun. The service — like at
the Riviera — was unusally
good. Every time we
moved, someone was at•our
side to refill the water
glasses, clear away a fin-
ished course or present
something else.
at the
THE SHOW
MGM—Mac Davis — was
the best we saw. Here's a
guy who has really come
into his own. He's a talent-
ed singer, songwriter and
,musician. But his slick, pol-
ished Las Vegas act shows
him off to the utmost. He's
really a star. He got the big-
gest ovation we saw in
three days of reviewing the
shows and it was well-de-
served.
Later on, back in the
MGM's lavish dressing
room, he shrugged off the
fact that he's such a big
draw.
"Come on," he said
shyly. "I'm no different
than I was the first time
you saw me at Pine Knob
with Liza Minnelli four or
five years ago."
"That's not true," I ar-
gued. "You're a star now."
"Oh, knock it off. I'm
doing OK and I love it, but
I'm still the same guy."
In that respect, I must
agree. Mac Davis is one of
the few people in the busi-
ness who is totally unaf-
fected. He talks openly
about everything — includ-
ing his wife Sara's leaving
him for Glen Campbell —
and puts on no airs.
I love the guy and hope
he gets even bigger. He's a
hard worker and deserves
everything good that's hap-
pening to him.
OVER AT CEASAR'S Pal-
ace, Tom Jones is still driv-
ing women crazy. His show
(Continued on Page 29)

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