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April 20, 1990 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-20

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Dunia and Ed Farah Invite You To Enjoy

When You Need Guest Accommodations

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TOTAL BILL
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3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

7 Days A Week
CARRY-OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE

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• FREE Continental
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WAFFLE STATION: STRAWBERRY GLAZE. WHIPPED CREAM. BLUEBERRIES AND MAPLE SYRUP.
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The Student Photography
Show at Oakland Communi-
ty College's Orchard Ridge
campus will be held in the
lobby of the theatre. The show
runs through April 27.
Also, Serenading Louie, a
play that deals with two
modern, suburban couples
who acquire a better
understanding of the strains
and pressures that have come
into their lives — among
them adultery — runs
through April 28.
The OCC Chorale is set for
an 8 p.m. April 24 perfor-
mance as the group sets the
mood for spring. And at 8 p.m.
April 26, the OCC Jazz Band
salutes the new season with
the sounds of the big band
era.
Information about these
and other programs at the
Smith Theatre may be obtain-
ed by calling OCC, 471-7700.

355-2050

Food & Spirits

CHICKEN PAPRIKAS $535
DINNER

Shows Set
At OCC

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Young Musicians
Perform At JCC

The Jewish Community
Center's Maple-Drake
building will feature a con-
cert of the winners of its 1990
annual Michigan Young
Musician Competition 8 p.m.
May 2 in The Aaron DeRoy
Theater.
The first prize winner,
Gabriel Bolkosky, 16-year-old
violinist, will perform the
works of Vitale, Bloch and
Saint-Saens. The second prize
winner, Cameron Smith,
16-year-old pianist, will per-
form Gershwin and Rachman-
inoff compositions. Pianists
13-year-old Caroline
Burgunder and 17-year-old
Yuko Okuda tied for third
place and will present works
of Chopin and Rollin.
There is no charge.

'Little Shop'
In Pontiac

Pontiac Theatre IV, a com-
munity theater company, will
perform the musical comedy,
Little Shop of Horrors May 11,
12, 18 and 19 at Pontiac Nor-
thern High School
Auditorium. Performances
begin at 8 p.m.
Cast in the starring roles
are Hallie Coppedge and
Kevin Marsee. Other cast
members are Jeanette Mor-
rison, Martha Guest, Karen
Brody, Jon Katz, Chuck
Graves, Mark Ryden, Mike
Brody and Gwen Kirksey.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Kay, 338-2903.

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