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August 18, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-18

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ENTERTAINMENT

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GRAND OPENING SPECIAL -1

TWO COMPLETE 2•PIECE CHICKEN DINNERS
FOR ONLY $

Sugar(man)

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An up-scale fast food restaurant offering
an alternative to high calorie, high
cholesterol fast food fare.

I DINE IN OR TAKE OUT

Delicious flame-broiled (not fried)
Chicken

I Present coupon at time of order. Combined dinners

will include: I breast, I leg, 1 thigh and 1 wing. No
substitutions, please. One coupon per customer.

OLD ORCHARD CENTER

Southeast Corner Orchard Lake Rd. & Maple

OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

I 626-8580 I

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OFFER EXPIRES 8.31-89

"PROBABLY THE WORST THING I EVER DID"

"I hate to go out to dinner; period! I had a million excuses.
The food's no good. The food's good, but over-priced. The
food's o.k., but the place is too far. The food and music are
lousy. The service is horrible. Last week I ran out of excuses.-
/

362-1262

COMPARE ANYWHERE! . . IF YOU WANT THE BEST — GIVE USA TEST!

OPEN 7 DAYS-SUN.-THURS 11-10 go)

I. DINE IN & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE

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QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

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Or Lesser Value

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Portrait of
the Great
American
Investor

Offer Good Tuesday Thru Thursday Dinner Only
Also Fri. & Sat. 5,6 & after 9 BANQUET
DON NADEL

At Piano
Fri, & Sat Eves,

"Creative Cuisine is
tops at Medallion"

Dinner Flours:
Tut,. ihrti Thurs.
p.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5 p.m.-1 1 p.m.

—Observer Eccentric Newspapers
May 1, 1989

I um It Hour:
Tues.-Fri. I 1-2: 10 p.m.

851-5540

FACILITIES
AVAILABLE

4343 Orchard Lake Rd.
(at Lone Pine)
Northeast Corner of
Crosswinds Mall

It's his job to know good
advertising—and he also
knows a good investment.
Terry Wilson puts his money
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Bonds now pay competitive
rates, like money market
accounts.
Find out more, call
1-800-US-BONDS.

• Full Bar Service

CARL' S

CHOP
HOUSE

3020 Grand River
833-0700
Free Parking

Bonds held less than five years earn a
lower rate.
A public service of this publication.

Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon

Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.

Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties

Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

All beef
aged in
our own
coolers

U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT

66

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1989

Sugarman still has his Linus schmatte.

Mushnik in Southfield-
Lathrup's musical, Little Shop
of Horrors and Dr. Gibbs in its
production of Our Thwn.
"For some reason I was cast
as old men my junior year,"
Sugarman said. "I enjoyed
playing Mushnik; he's very
Jewish and Yiddish. I had
trouble trying to get into
character the first few weeks,
but after that I had a blast
with it."
As a Peanut Butter Player,
he portrayed Linus in You're a
Good Man Charlie Brown and
several roles in Wind in the
Willows, including the lead,
Thad.
The past three summers,
Sugarman attended In-
terlochen National Music
Camp.
"I learned jazz and tap
there," he said. "At In-
terlochen, they took and dip-
ped me in culture. It was a
saturation?'
This summer, he was "dip-
ped" in culture once again,
but this time it's a pot of
Jewish culture — a four-week
Israel trip through Fresh Air
Society.
"It was very camping-
oriented," he said about his
summer trip. "A highlight for
me was the four-day camel
trek across the Negev desert!'
Raised in a Conservative
Jewish home, Sugarman was
bar mitzvah at Beth Achim
and graduated this year from
United Hebrew Schools.
This fall, Sugarman will be
a senior at Southfield-
Lathrup, where he'll continue
acting and running. He also
hopes to perform in more
shows with the Peanut Butter
Players.
When he graduates in June,
Sugarman would like to at-
tend college, "I'm not sure
where; I'm leaving all doors
open at this point?' He has
decided on majoring in either
a general biological science or
performing arts.
"One of the neat things
about theater is that there's a

lot of room for interpretation,
versatility and improvisation,"
Sugarman said. "During
opening night of West Side
Story, the character of Action
was accidentally injured when
the Jets and Sharks were
fighting. At intermission, I
was asked to perform the solo,
`Officer Krupke,' intended for
Action. I had 10 minutes to
learn it, and all of the Jets had
to re-piece together the
choreography. We pulled it off
though, and it was fun. I think
the element that 'something
can go wrong, but the show
must go on' is really ex-
citing?' ❑

-re

Masterpiece
House Opens

The.
Birmingham-
Bloomfield Symphony Guild
will sponsor the opening of
the Masterpiece House,
Saturday through Sept. 3,
which was developed by the
Lone Pine Development Cor-
poration and is situated at
Lone Pine and Telegraph
roads and features works by
various artists and entertain-
ment by the Birmingham-
Bloomfield Symphony
Orchestra.
There will be a champagne
preview 7 p.m. today. There is
a charge. For information, call
the main office, 645-BBSO; or
Norma Reynolds, 363-8757.

1989 Folklife
Festival At MSU

The 1989 Festival of
Michigan Folklife will take
place 11 a.m. today and
Saturday and Aug. 26 and 27
at Michigan State Universi-
ty's Landon Field.
More than 100 Michigan
musicians, dancers, cooks and
other artists will contribute
to the festival.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the Wharton
Center, 1-800-WHARTON.



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