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March 23, 1979 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-23

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Friday, March 23, 1919 2

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

VINCENZO'S

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INN
B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN



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• ITALIAN DISHES

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OVER
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• Cocktails On & Off Premise Catering
• Sunday Brunch & Dinner Buffet
Served from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
• Dinner Theater in Our Banquet Room
Every Fri. & Sat. Evening

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FRI., 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
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The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 28)
from the hospital and he's
coming back stronger and
crazier than ever.
"Anyone who thought
that Alice was going to be
mellower is totally wrong.
Alice is crazier than ever.
Only now the craziness is
coming from within and not
from a bottle. It's so great.
I'm really having fun on
stage. And now it's better
because I really know
what's going on. I'm not per-
forming in a drunken
stupor."
Nice going, Coop. Let's
hope things stay this way!
OUT IN L.A. for the
Grammy Awards, I enjoyed
spending some time with A
& M recording artist Gino
Vannelli. He was busy re-
hearsing for his upcoming
tour, but was nice enough to
break for awhile to talk
about what's been going on
since he was last in Detroit
(over a year ago). The main
news, of course, is the fact
that he was nominated for a
Grammy for his perform-
ance of "I Just Wanna Stop"
on the "Brother To Brother"
album.
"It came as a complete
surprise," said the hand-
some Canadian singer. "I
never expected it. I'm proud
of it, though."
Unfortunately, there can
only be one winner and
Barry Manilow won for his
performance of
"Copacabana." After the
awards show was over,
Manilow was standing
backstage with his assis-
tant, Paul Brownstein. Both
were ecstatic about the
Grammy. Barry was beam-
ing from ear to ear.
"I'm thrilled," smiled
Barry. "I remember you
thought I'd get one a few
years ago and you even
wrote it in your column.
But as the old saying
goes, 'Better late than
never.' "
I was also so happy that
Billy Joel won for "Just the
Way You Are." It was so ob-
viously the perfect choice
for "Song of the Year." And
winning "Record of the
Year" as well was like frost-
ing on the cake. Billy
opened for the Beach Boys
at Pine Knob a few years
ago and he's one of the
sweetest guys in the busi-
ness.
TALK ABOUT NICE
GUYS (in any business),
Sean Connery definitely be-
longs iri that category. Had
a chance to talk to the origi-
nal James Bond down in
New Orleans recently. He's
a total gentleman, and still
quite suave and charming.
It's hard to believe that 007
is, in real life, fast approach-
ing 50. Nevertheless, he is
currently negotiating to do
another James Bond film.
This time for an
astronomically-large fig-
ure.
"Well, the legalities are
not all ironed out yet," he
explained," but it's looking
better all the time. I think
I'll try my hand at writing
this time, too. I plan to co-
write the screenplay."

Some have expressed
doubt as to whether he can
still pull off the role con-
vincingly. After seeing him
in "The Great Train Rob-
bery," I'd say that old Sean
still has some good years
left in him (to say the very
least!).
IT'S NO SURPRISE to
his old fans that Rod
Stewart is now becoming
THE rock star of the day.
Everyone has his (or her)
day in the sun and Rod is
certainly basking in it these
days. After having the
number one album in the
country, "Blondes Have
More Fun" and the number
one single in the country,
"Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?"
Rod is about to embark on a
major 10-week tour that
will stop here in Detroit for
three days in May.
You can be sure that this
is one ticket that will be
precious and hard to come
by. Rod seems to appeal to
all ages and when he starts
asking, "Do ya think I'm
sexy?" the females in the
audience sigh a collective
"Yes."
CAN'T WAIT FOR the
new season at Pine Knob to
start already. Besides want-
ing to see some of my old
favorites like Paul Anka
and Englebert, I'm excited
about seeing Donna Sum-
mer, Chuck Mangione and
Johnny Carson. (And talk
about desirable tickets —
seats for Johnny's shows
will probably be the hottest
sellers of the season.)
The season isn't definite
yet, so there are still plenty
of surprise announcements
coming up. But we can
count on 1979 being a
record-breaking year again.

ARMDI Will
Honor Begin

NEW
YORK
Menahem Begin, prime
minister of Israel has been
selected to receive the 1979
Humanitarian Award of
American Red Magen
David for Israel.
The award will be pre-
sented to Begin or to his
emissary, Israeli Consul
Paul Kedar at the ARMDI
annual luncheon on Thurs-
day in New York.

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Lounge Open Til 2 a.m.

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