\_, . M ichigan Inn and Sheraton Oaks
% in Novi, will bring a lot of new
w and exciting food ideas to Jacques
and Jovan on Telegraph . . . in
about a week.
Chef Remy left Sheraton Oaks
a year-and-a-half ago for the
Great Southern Hotel in Colum-
bus, Ohio . . . Great Southern has
three fine restaurants . . . Chut-
\,ney's, Thurber's gourmet spot
and Sebastian's . . . Chutney's
was rated number one in Colum-
WHO'S WHERE ... Anthony
Lange, Monday-Friday for lunch
>- and dinner at Restaurant Dug-
lass' piano, Southfield and 12%
\—Mile . . . Wilbert Peagler Quartet
is Saturdays, 9 p.m. to midnight.
NOTED AT THE CAFE is
name of outdoor Tuesday and
Wednesday concerts at Hotel St.
Regis, W. Grand Blvd., 5 p.m. to
' 7:30 p.m.
_ WAS THE SECOND YEAR
' of John Cetrone's dream .. .
Years back, while a bartender at
Playboy Club on Jefferson, he
vowed to someday have a reunion
for the gals to see each other
i\ again . . . Last year, there were
30 . . . this year 25 . . . It was at
• Nicky's, Top of Troy Bldg., W. Big
Beaver, where "Magic" John is
night manager . . . He says next
one will be five years.
THEATRE'S 1986-1987 season
will highlight classic musicals
. . . including Fiddler On The
Roof and Evita . . . along with the
current crop of off-beat New York
- musicals, Little Shop Of Horrors
and Nunsense . . . plus Bob Fos-
se's dance-fest, Dancin' . . . Neil
Simon is represented by his new
female version of The Odd Couple
in a complete reworking of the
Dancin' opens the season, Sept.
30-Oct. 26, followed by The Odd
Couple Oct. 31-Nov. 30 . . . Fid-
dler On The Roof is Dec. 27-Jan.
25, Nunsense Feb. 6-Mar. 8, Evita
Mar. 13-Apr. 12 and Little Shop
of Horrors May 1-31.
ORCHARD RIDGE CAM-
PUS Music Department of Oak-
/ land Community College pre-
sents an evening of traditional
and contemporary jazz. favorites
with the OCC State Jazz Band
. . . this Thursday, 8 p.m. . . . It's
at the college's Smith Theater,
Orchard Lake Rd. and 1-696,
Craig Strain, Novi High
teacher who leads the OCC band,
also heads the popular Brookside
JIMMY COHEN is still tickl-
ing the keys at Paul's Chop
House, Groesbeck between 12
and 13 Mile . . . Thursday, Friday
pianist Wednesday and Friday at
Denis' Place For Steaks on Grand
River, also works with pizza
gourmet Carl Oshinsky . . . help-
ing in the kitchen . . . and playing
piano during dinner.
Mariomax stylist at its Bloom-
field Plaza locale Telegraph and
Maple (other one is in Hunters
Square), has designed and cut out
racing flags (black and white
checker flag) at nape of neck .. .
The Grand Prix styling is cut into
the hair and defined by body
KAREN KOZLOW is here
from California . . . as featured
artist during June at Ilona and
Gallery at Hunters Square, Or-
chard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile .. .
She's been a practicing artist for
30 years . . . with imaginative
works including paintings, pot-
tery and sculpture . . . Karen's
form of slip casting and intricate
glazing patterns create a style
that is recognizably hers.
The very interesting collection
features colorful and amusing
animals in the form of teapots,
soup tureens, cookie jars and a
unique assortment of serving ac-
FIRST TIME EVER in long
history of Crescent Shrine Club
that it was forced to cancel an-
nual Child Care Couples Dinner
Dance . . . It'll hopefully be incor-
porated together with annual
President's Ball set for Nov. 2 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
AN AFTERNOON at the
movies used to be one of the great
memories of childhood . . . How-
ever, with Walt Disney gone, the
Saturday matinees for children
have almost become extinct .. .
No longer are movie-goers of to-
morrow being brought up on the
healthy matinees young guys and
gals used to enjoy.
Recently, the movie industry
began to recognize this fact and
did something about it . . . .. .
Last year it was Care Bears and
the response brought very
This year, My Little Pony
opened and the prognosis for a
long, healthy run looks good .. .
Children can again enjoy a movie
where the good guys win and vio-
lence is minimal . . . It's being
shown at Movies at Oakland, W.
14 Mile Rd. in Troy.
Educating youth of today to the
joys of movie-going will do much
in keeping the industry alive
properly . . . By promoting this
animated feature, we can insure
more of such products for the
children of today as well as those
A New Restaurant and much more!
At Panache (pronounced by us Pa-nosh), we
know that you're really the movers and the
shakers. But time and time again, we hear it
said that you may be the sleepy, bedroom
types who turn in early ;
So once and for all, let's put the rumor to rest.
Stop in at Panache, because just like you,
we've got style, flair and self-confidence.
Exquisite food served with a European flair at
American prices. Visit our sophisticated
lounge with the only dance floor in Birming-
Top 40 entertainment Tuesday through Sun-
day 9 p.m. till 2 a.m. Light Jazz on Monday
nights featuring such perennial favorites as
Alexander Zonjic and Bugs Beddow.
Art At Gallery
The Birmingham Bloomfield
Art Association's Rental/Sales
Gallery will feature three-
dimensional works by Warren
Wood and Phyllis Aulph now
through July 8.
The BBAA is located at 1516 S.
Cranbrook Rd., Birmingham.
Gallery hours are 9:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Monday through
555 S. Woodward
2 Blks. S. of Birmingham Theatre
Featured In Park
Tinilau and his Tahiti Wahines
will present a Polynesian show,
"Escape to Polynesia" at 7:30
p.m. on Thursday in Shain Park
in downtown Birmingham as the
city's free summer "In the Park"
musical series continues. In case
of bad weather, call the Depart-
ment of Public Services, 644-
Major Credit Cards Accepted
Shuttle Bus Provided