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April 15, 1988 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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GOING PLACES

OUR MUSICWILL HELP
MAKE YOUR PARTY!

■WEDDINGS
■ bPR/bAT MITZVAI-15
■ CONffIRMATION5
■ ANINIVER5ARIE6
■ PRIVATE PARTIES
...ALLYOUR
HAPPY OCCASIONS

Continued from Page 59

PRESTON BURKE
GALLERIES, INC.
240 E. Grand River Ave.,
drawings and paintings by
John Gould, now through
May 6, 963-2350.
TROY ART GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
printmaker Mathias
Muleme, now through April
30, 362-0112.
DOS MANOS
210 W. Sixth St., Royal
Oak, weavings and pottery
of Peru, now through April
30, 542-5856.
CADE GALLERY
214 W. Sixth St., Royal
Oak, Louis G. Redstone,
water color paintings, now
through May 4, 546-3365.
TOWN CENTER
GALLERY
3000 Town Center,
Southfield, featuring
gallery regulars Gormb.2.
Cerj, Rizzi, Sandell and
others through April,
352-9696.
NAWARA GALLERY
1160 Welch Rd., Walled
Lake, Curtis Rhodes:
Paintings, Prints and
Drawings, now through
May 14, 669-9543.
DETROIT HISTORICAL
DEPARTMENT
Detroit Historical Museum,
African-American quilt
exhibit, now through
Monday, 833-1805.
THE COMMUNITY
HOUSE
380 S. Bates St,
Birmingham, paintings by
Carole Hadley and Joy
Bender Hadley, now
through April, 644-5832.
ARIANA GALLERY
386 E. Maple, Birmingham,
"Glass '88" 20 artists
including Gail Leone and
Mark Bleshenski, now
through April 30, 647-6405.

CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham gallery
regulars including relief
sculpture by D.K. Semivan,
ceramic sculpture by
Gifford Myers, early
aquatints by Robert
Mangold and paintings by
Aris Koutroulis, now
through April, 642-6623.
COLLEGE OF ART AND
DESIGN
245 E. Kirby, Detroit,
Sabbatical Leave
Exhibition, featuring works
by returning faculty, Sarkis
Galleries, now through May
6. Industrial Design
Students, Yamasaki Main
Floor Gallery, now through
May 20. 872-3118.
MUCCIOLI STUDIO
Continued on Page 65

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SUNDAYS

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includes soup of the day, garden salad or
coleslaw; hot bread and butter, and your
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• Fresh Boston Scrod, $7.95
• Rout Half Chicken, $5.95
• Lemon Chicken Fettucine, $7.95
• Chopped Sirloin Stek, $5.95
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• Fresh lake Superior Whitefish, $7.95
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