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January 20, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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I ENTERTAINMENT I

"Brilliant! Clever! Had the audience in
stitches!" — New York Times

The Pike Street Restauran t

MARVIN
HAMLISCH

Invites You To
Enjoy The Wonderful Cuisine
Of It's

Premier

Continued from preceding page

Award Winning Executive Chef

Brian Polcyn

FINE DINING . . . CATERING . . . BANQUET FACILITIES

Let Us Help You Plan Your All-Occasion Parties

Call For Further
\ Information & Reservations
West• Pike Street off Wide Track (Woodward) • Pontiac

334-7878

Beau Jac,

As

Food & Spirits

"A wonderfully varied and entertaining eve-
ning" — The Toronto Globe/Mail

OUR FULL MENU STANDARD IS COMPLETE QUALITY!

American Heart Association
Menu Available

ONE SHOW ONLY, JAN. 28 8 p.m.

at the

Dress: Casual, Credit Cards: American Ex-
press, Diners Club, Master Cord and Visa.
Open: 6 days, Lunch and Dinner and Sun-
day Dinner 4 p.m. til 9:00 p.m.

MUSIC HALL CENI ER

350 MADISON AVENUE • DETROIT
TICKETS ON SALE AT THE MUSIC HALL BOX OFFICE
AND ALL
7-/c/
---Tc Z4',4m7.7,9.
LOCATIONS
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 963-7680

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, Ml •

626-2630

MON.-SUN.
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRANKLIN
SHOPPING CENTER

Northwestern N. of 12

358-2353

LUNCH

MON:FRI. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
"HAPPY HOUR" 4 p.m..7 p.m.

DINNER

TUES:THIMS.4 p.m:10 p.m.
FRI. 4:30 p.m:10:30 p.m.
SAT. 5 p.m:10:30 p.m.
Closed Sundays

Banquet Room Available
for Holidays & Meetings
10 to 80 People

645 E. BIG BEAVER, TROY

1 Block West of Rochester Road

WEEKDAY SPECIALS MON.-THURS. 3 p.m.-10 p.m.

$4 99

MONDAY
WEDNESDAY
ONLY
• BAKED LAMB
• LEG OF LAMB
• LIVER & ONIONS • HAMBURGER STEAK
TUESDAY
THURSDAY
per person
• HADDOCK
• BBQ CHICKEN
.
I
s
P olerarysen, o nodissucliosutnittusttoonnst
• BROILED CHICKEN • SPINACH PIE
these specials

ABOVE INCLUDES CUP OF SOUP OR TOMATO JUICE, DINNER SALAD,
DESSERT (Choice of Rice Pudding, Ice Cream or Baklava)

Viz Taxim, 44 (Rao

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
THURS., FRI, AND
SAT. EVENINGS

-ginc aning and C-OcZtuild

A Tradition

Since 1934

1128 E. 9 MILE RD., 1 /2 Mile East of 1-75 • 541-2132

689-6920

FRESH

CANADIAN WHITEFISH

$11 45

BRAISED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF

$1125

INCLUDES: RELISHES, SOUP OR SALAD, POT. OR VEG. & WARM HOMEMADE ROLLS & BUTTER

EARLY EVENING SPECIALS

MON.-FRI. 4 TO 6 PM

$6.50 & $7.75

r

I

ALL FRESH FRUIT PIES,
APPLE STREUDEL,
COGNAC TORTES

!COUPON 1

6-8 Ribs, 6 pcs. Chicken, Cottage
Fries, Cole Slaw or Tossed Salad, 2
Rolls or 2 pcs. Garlic Bread.

L

I

ALMA SMITH
Songstress & Pianist

Downstairs SAT. 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.

r

DINNER FOR TWO
RIBS & CHICKEN
$12.95 WZ C oor`digr

1COUPON

TWO FOR ONE PRICE
CHICKEN DINNER
Coupon
$7.95 With
Per Order

Cottage Fries. Cole Slaw or Tossed
Salad, 2 Rolls or 2 Pcs. Garlic Bread.



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6676
ORCHARD 11
LAKE ROAD .000-ans
GOOD"O
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IN THE WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA, SOUTH OF MAPLE

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51-4250_,

- 70

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1989

AN EVENING of enter-
tainment with Marvin
Hamlisch at Music Hall and
dining at The Rhinoceros on
Riopelle, is set for Jan. 28 .. .
Departure from the Com-
munity House in downtown
Birmingham is scheduled for
5 p.m. with return time of
10:30 p.m. . . . $67 per person
includes transportation, main
floor center concert tickets,
Rhinoceros dinner and Corn-
munity House escort.

LAFAYETTE STRING

1 block W. of Telegraph •

OPEN 7 DAYS

Italian and American
Cuisine and Fine
Dining

Arthur J. Beer, respected
local actor, has the role of the
rabbi . . . and Miriam Yez-
bick, winner of last year's
Detroit Free Press Theatrical
Excellence Award as best sup-
porting actress for her perfor-
mance in Wild Honey at The
Theatre Company, plays
Anna.
Curtain times for Two are
8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday . . . and 7 p.m.
Sunday.

Quartet comes to Southfield's
popular Concerts-In-The-
Garden series this Sunday, at
Prudential Town Center's in-
door garden . . . It's $5 for con-
cert and continental
breakfast . . . concert and cof-
fee only is $3.50 . . . Concert
starts at 10:30 a.m. and
breakfast is at 10 a.m.

20 YEARS AGO,

Children's Television Work-
shop (CTW) revolutionized
programming of children's
television with an approach
that blends entertainment
and education . . . The new
approach and highly popular
"Sesame Street," celebrates
its 20th anniversary this year
. . . Children who tune into
the daily adventures at 123
Sesame Street can see their
favorite members of the
"Sesame Street" gang live on
stage in "Sesame Street
Live's Big Bird and the
ABC's," appearing at Cobo
Arena, Jan. 25 through
Feb. 5.
Created by Joan Ganz
Cooney back in 1969, the
"Sesame Street" show was in-
itially turned down by the
networks with critics calling
this new programming con-
cept "too risky" . . . Program-
ming geared toward young
audiences, using the techni-
ques of Madison Avenue to
teach children, was previous-
ly unheard of .
Now, 20 years later, a study
conducted at the University
of Kansas shows that
3-to-5-year-olds who watch
"Sesame Stret" have a head
start in their vocabulary .. .
What had started out as
something "too risky" has
now become a major educa-
tional tool.

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