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October 07, 1988 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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Between 11 and 12 Mile Roads

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1988

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usual closing time . . . and off
everyone went as his guests
. . . for cocktails at
Impressions.
Carole Glasser, production
manager and Baltimore
Times' "congeniality coor-
dinator," known to the
employees as "Our Spiritual
Leader," got Rick and me to
the BWI Airport in time .. .
and none too soon as the Pied-
mont Airlines doors were
about to close.
Almost forgot about Gene
White, smiling cooperative
35-year-vet courier of the
Baltimore Jewish Times .. .
Rather than take us on a
mundane ride along the ex-
pressway enroute to the Em-
bassy Suites, Gene gave Rick
and me the "cook's tour"
scenic route . . . houses with
their famed marble steps, etc.
The visit with Baltimore
Jewish Times employees .. .
seeing much of its operation
and remodeling was an in-
teresting pleasure.
Hightlight of our trip,
however, was seeing Harbor-
place . . . The pictures I look-
ed at taken prior to its being
built showed a convincingly
sorry sight . . . The streets are
still Belgian brick and cob-
blestone, but the change is
like a miracle.
The Baltimore Orioles and
the Preakness, middle leg of
horse-racing's triple crown,
are still good reasons for
sporting pride . . . even
though the Orioles made such
a poor showing this year .. .
Just don't discuss the football
Colts who stole away to In-
dianapolis under cover of
night in March 1985.
The downtown restaurant
scene . . . and overall environ-
ment . . . seem to be benefit-
ting from Baltimore's evolu-
tion . . . Before Harborplace
opened, not too many cared to
come into the area . . . Now
there are a lot more full-
service dining, not just sand-
wich shops and- coffee shops.
Mention Baltimore and one
thinks of steamed crabs,
oysters and other fruits of the
sea . . . To the Detroit Tigers,
or any other American
League team, playing the
Baltimore Orioles in Balti-
more also meant an adven-
ture in seafood dining.
But don't tell this to the
Prime Rib on North Calvert
Street or Tio Pepe's, near
Harborplace, with its elegant
Spanish cuisine, or Italian
restaurants in the Little Ita-
ly sector on North Charles
Street along High Street east
of Harborplace . . . or the
boom of Oriental restaurants
which have opened near Har-
borplace . . . They also do a
big share of the visitor trade.
Harborplace has had a

perfect marriage with the ci-
ty . . . and the millions of
visitors each year are happy
guests of this joyful wedding.
Glad to finally have met
you in person, Baltimore.
WHAT BETTER way .. .
and setting . . . to kick off
the 1988-89 Michigan Opera.
Theatre season than the re-
cent Monday night at the
opera setting of Vanelli's
Downtown on Woodward.
The rich baritone voice of
Dino Valle plus Jan Rae's
cultured soprano tones gave
attendees a wealth of heavy
opera and light standard
favorites.
Both songsters began at the
balcony while a piano accom-
panied them in Vannelli's
lounge . . . From there they
went to the piano and stroll-
ed about both lounge and din-
ing room with many
recognizable arias.
Vanelli's Downtown seats
40 in the lounge and 130 in
its main dining room . . .
Dante Vanelli also joins in on
many numbers to trio with
Jan and Dino.
On this Monday, plus the
Michigan Opera Theatre
kickoff, the lounge was taken
over by Dr. Jerry Bloom . . . to
celebrate the birthday of his
wife Joan.
Dante and Penny Vanelli
present Dixieland . . . quite a
contrast . . . on Wednesday
evenings . . . with some of the
town's major stars.
MICHIGAN OPERA
Theatre opens its 1988-89
season tonight, number 18
. . . with The Ballad of Baby
Doe . . . an auspicious occa-
sion since it will also be
MOT's 500th public
performance.
This weekend at Fisher
Theatre will include a
number of "opening night
festivities" including a pre-
performance hoe down this
evening beginning 7:30 p.m.,
half-hour before curtain .. .
It'll be in the Fisher Theatre
arcade . . . Each evening, 16
dancers and a professional
caller will get together for a
real country/western dance
. . . appropriate for the open-
ing scene of Baby Doe.
Next two performances by
Michigan Opera Theater are
true blockbusters . . .
Especially Steven Sondheim's
and James Goldman's Follies,
which replaced Kiss Me Kate
. . . and comes to the
Michigan Opera Theater
Oct. 21-Nov. 6 with Juliet Pro-
wsse, Edie Adams and Nancy
Dussault . . . This will be the
original, controversial 1971
version, not the tampered and
revamped one.
Dates for Gilbert and
Sullivan's Pirates of Pensance
are Nov. 11-20.

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