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formed in and out of Detroit for
about 15 years, made her swan
song concert piano and guitar per-
formances last week at The Raven
restaurant in Northville.
IT'S NOW CALLED Stephen-
son Haus . . . no more Stephenson
Club ... and- most important of
all, under new ownership . . . The
popular spot on N. Chrysler Drive
and 10 Mile is now a family-
owned operation . . . Anna Hun-
dich with sons Steve and Ted .. .
Anna does all the banquet cook-
ing . . . She and Steve are noted for
their party-giving . . . opening the
Ukrainian Cultural Center, 11
Mile and Ryan, in 1978 . . . Anna
did the cooking and managing .. .
Steve was assistant manager.
NOVEL IDEA by D. Denni-
son's Seafood Tavern, 12 Mile and
Orchard Lake Rd., for Valentine's
Day . . . Starting at dinner hour,
Feb. 14, and continuing until the •
supply was exhausted, the first
150 couples who purchased spe-
cial Valentine's dinner package or
regular order of rawbar oysters,
clams or shrimp, were given a free
The pearl oysters were flown in
especially for this event and each
one was guaranteed to contain a
cultured pearl of gem quality .. .
Pearls are normally white, blue or
black . . . and some of the oysters
may have had double pearls .. .
Leave it to people like Dieter
Boehm to come up with ideas like
IT WAS A CASE OF "Art for
art's sake" at recent party for
Attic Theater contributors .. .
While food and handsome Detroit
Riverfront site were donated by
Louise Motoligin of PR Associ-
ates, service was provided by
representatives of several area
arts organizations . . . Bill
Springett, Michigan Opera Thea-
ter Guild; Mickey Miners, Detroit
Youtheater; and Thomneighbors
of Michigan Thanksgiving
Parade were in there lending
Event was staged by Attic's
board of trustees, with Ethel
Levine, chairgal . . . Ethel's a
board member and con-
tributor to the theater . . . Her
dedication even extends so far as
managing the box office one day a
Charles Soberman of Mercury
Paint, and artist-wife, Linda,
were at the party . . . and are
thanked by so many . . . All the
paint folks see onstage in Attic
productions . . . striped, splat-
tered, stippled or sprayed . . .
comes from Mercury Paint .. .
Joining them were ADL's Dick
Lobenthal, whose Civil Rights
Commentary is heard Tuesday
mornings on WDET-FM, and
Helping to make things happen
"backstage" at the party were
Jerry and Joanna Cohen . . .
They're members of the Attic's
volunteer group, The Rafters .. .
Jerry braved some fierce cold and
winds to help park cars, while
Joanna was warmer, but just as
busy, helping out inside.
THEN THERE WAS the dog
who went to the flea circus . . . and
stole the show.