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May 12, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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!BEST OF EVERYTHING

"IT'S A JUNGLE OUT THERE!
THANK GOODNESS FOR THE RHINOCEROS"

Star Of Detroit

Continued from Page 64

Lunch • Dinner • Brunch
Continuous Live Entertainment
till 2:00 a.m.

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. . . and then aboard when
they visited Star of Detroit,
Too!! ... In the crowd . . . Fran
and Dennis Chatlin, Heidi
Press, Jeff Landesberg, Jeri
Poma, Andrea Miller, Dane
Rossin, Karen Berdy, Phil
Marcus Esser and more.
What a beautiful evening
. . . perfect for a riverboat
cruise . . . which never hap-
pened . . . Star of Detroit re-
mained docked as Frank
Dunn Trio played memory
music upstairs.
EARLY BIRD specials
aren't confined to restaurants
. . . Franklin Racquet Club
now has one of its own .. .
with guys 'n gals filling out a
card by May 31 and paying
last season's tennis court time
rates plus guarantee for the
39-week season . . . Those
signing up will also get two
free hours of court time for
use between June 1 and Aug.
31.
DOUG SILLS, who'll ap-
pear at the Fox Theater May
16-21 with Cleo Laine in
Stephen Sondheim's musical,
Into The Woods, is the son of
localites Rhonda and Archie
Sills.
Doug's acting career began
at Cranbrook and continued
for a number of years at a
Northern Michigan Summer
camp.
PAINTING the Mona Lisa
was one thing . . . also design-
ing the first airplane, tank,
machine gun, mechanically-
driven car, helicopter and so
many other things far before
his time was another . . .
Leonardo da Vinci, whose
traveling exhibit is at the
Detroit Science Center on
John R through June 30, born
500 years too soon . . . a true
genius.
P'JAZZ RETURNS to the
Hotel Pontchartrain, Two
Washington Blvd. for the
17th season . . . A major
renovation of the poolside ter-
race has been completed and
P'Jazz is slated for June 21
through Aug. 30 . . . The
remodeling forced last year's
cancellation of the popular
series.

"ENCORE ON WOOD-
WARD:
Detroit's Fox

Theatre," documentary film
recalling the history of the
fabled movie house, was
nominated for three local
.Emmy awards . . . Best
cultural affairs program went
to producers Sue Marx,
Pamela Conn and Beth
Winsten . . . Best editing to
Steward Shevin . . . and best
music to Pam Conn, Jeffrey
Steinberg and Jeffrey Parsons
. . . The Emmy Awards cere-
mony takes place tomorrow.
"Encore on Woodward:
Detroit's Fox Theatre" was
funded by Marion and Mike

Hitch as a community service
. . . the 25-minute film mak-
ing its world premier at the
gala reopening of the Fox,
Nov. 19, 1988, following the
theatre's year-long $8 million
restoration.
It's narrated by Bob Hope
and highlights the initial con-
struction of the Fox, which
began March, 1927, through
present day and beyond .. .
The story of the Fox is told by
people who have been a part
of both her heyday and hard-
ships . . . spanning the '30s
and '40s when the Fox provid-
ed a magical escape from the
depression and war years .. .
the '50s and '60s when Elvis
and the Fox ushered in the
age of rock and roll . . . the
'70s when her splendor faded
and the Fox featured exploita-
tion movies as a regular bill-
ing . . . and into the '80s when
"new wave" rock shows and
"pop rock" entertainment
took center stage.

CITY OF OAK PARK

Outreach Office will put on a
program called "Dining Out
Sensibily," June 6, 12:30 p.m.
. . . It'll be presented by
Beverly Peiss of Sinai
Hospital's Cardiovascular Fit-
ness and Rehabilitation
department.
Bev's program will include
ways to order in a restaurant
while following a low
cholesterol diet . . . and held
at the Oak Park Community
Center on Oak Park
Boulevard . . . For more info
and registration, contact the
Outreach Office, 541-0900.
MARY BRADY
of
Schoolcraft College and Dia-
mond Jim Brady's, won best
of show at recent Culinary
Art Salon by Michigan Chef
de Cuisine Association and
Michigan Restaurant
Association.
Over 400 works of culinary
art were diplayed at Fairlane
Manor by professional chefs,
apprentices and students.
KATE PATTERSON and
her musical director, pianist
Michael Zaporski, leave for
London, England, and
Stockholm this Sunday . . .
Songstress Kate returns to
the Whitney Restaurant on
Woodward, June 1, where she
has performed since its open-
ing, December, 1986.
AMERICANS now con-
sume more than 1.5 billion
pounds of turkey.
FINAL PRODUCTION of
Birmingham Theatre's 1988-
1989 season is long-running
Broadway comedy hit, "The
Nerd" . . . Five-week engage-
ment opens this Tuesday
through June 18 . . . Play-
wright Larry Shue's tragic
death at 39 in a plane crash
robbed the theater world of a
bright, sparkling original wit.

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