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March 10, 1989 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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RESTAURANTE
&
LOUNGE

Continued from Page 67

now through April 9; Peter
Fischli and David Weiss:
"The Way Things Go,"
video and photos, through
April 9. 645-3312.
SISSON GALLERY
Henry Ford Community
College, 5101 Evergreen,
Dearborn, "Bits of Art,"
exhibition of computer art,
now through March 17.
845-9634.

CONTEMPORARY ARTS
DETROIT

Cade Gallery, 214 West
Sixth Street, Royal Oak,
works by Iden and
Abderson, now through
March 22. 546-3365.

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"Pure Elegance: A Decade
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bar wil begin at 3:15 p.m.
This program is under the
sponsorship of the Institute
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the Jewish Community
Center and supported by an
endowment from the Irwin
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Visiting Scholars and Artists
in Residence.
The first performance will
be hosted by Judge Avern
Cohn. Works by Woody Allen,
Ethan Canin and Morris
Weiss will be read.
The Readers Theater
ensemble includes Shirley
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Feurring, Harry Goldstein,
Rita Haddow, Evelyn Orbach,
Liz Weiss, Rube Weiss and
Paul Winter. Artistic director
is Yolanda Fleischer.
Individual tickets or series
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