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January 04, 1991 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-04

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ENTERTAINMENT I"

Fine Catering
for all occasions

One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most
.\./
Beautiful and Exciting Restaurants

Wonderfully Prepared Catering
in Your Home, Office or at Our Restaurant

Fine Dining and Live Entertainment

PUT YOUR
MONEY
IN FUTURES.

Invest in something that helps
all of us. Give to the United
Way Torch Drive. For all the
good you can do.

United Way

LYNN LAPLANTE & LORI KING

for Southeastern Michigan

Tuesday Through Saturday Evenings

BILLY ROSE

Monday Evenings
28875 FRANKLIN RD. at Northwestern Hwy. & 12 Mile
Southfield
358 - 3355

WATERFRONT INN
8635 Cooley Lake Road • Union Lake

APPEARING JAN. 4 & 5

FRIDAY & SATURDAY

7618 Woodward Ave.

871-1590

SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16's,
Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

Special Appetizer Parties Available

CALL ERNIE . . . AND ASK
ABOUT OUR LOW BANQUET RATES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

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LOVING CUP
STARRING
MARLENE HILL

DANCING

• DUE TO A POWER FAILURE •

WE WERE FORCED TO CLOSE ON
DEC. 25, 1990, XMAS DAY.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVE-
NIENCE CREATED TO OUR CUSTOMERS.

THANK YOU,
DON, VIOLET, RANDY
AND CECILIA

vowels,

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The Restaurant
of the '90s

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Quality Food, Simple
Setting, Reasonable Prices

Le Metro

Introducing Dinner Specials
5:30 p.m. to 6:30 Monday Thru Thursday
Entrees Ranging From $7.95-$9.95
29855 Northwestern Hwy. • Applegate Square • Southfield • 353 ,2757 d

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PEKING HOUSE

215 W. WASHINGTON, 1 BIk. S. of 11 Mile
Royal Oak
545-2700

TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR PARTY
WE HAVE THE PERFECT SETTING

Whether you're planning a business meeting,
banquet, rehearsal dinner or a gathering for
family and friends, we'll do everything possible
to make your event a complete success.
Call us today for more information and a com-
plete set of our banquet menus.
And let us make your next gathering a
memorable one.

VIRGINIA'S

MID-EAST CAFE

"The Experts In Mid-East Cooking"

2456 ORCHARD LAKE RD. • Sylvan Lake

I FEATURING A FULL LINE OF LEBANESE DISHES






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Open 7 Days...Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
• Dine-in, Carry-out
Daily Specials
• Catering
Deli Selection
(LOCATED JUST WEST OF
• Call Ahead For
Appealing Prices
MIDDLEBELT RD. IN THE
• Fast Pickup
LOADING DOCK CENTER)
Open (7) Days

681-7170

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1991

RESERVATIONS: 363-9469

For Information, Please Call Carole Evans, Banquet Manager,
Or Pete Solomonson, General Manager

2262 TELEGRAPH
NORTH OF SQ. LAKE RD.
BLOOMFIELD

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Producers
Plan Season

Jan. 26 — Sherri Nichols
will present her farewell
Detroit performance as a
benefit for Music Hall. "Old
Skylines, New Horizons" will
recreate some of the numbers
and performers from the
stage of the Wilson Theatre
(aka Music Hall) from the 20s,
30s, and 40s. Music Hall Pro-
ducers will join host Neil
Shine for dinner in the Selma
Hyman Lounge before the
show. Afterglow entertain-
ment will be provided by the
Mike Wahls jazz trio.
March 1 — The third an-
nual Music Hall Producers
Black Tie dinner will be
hosted by Music Hall Pro-
ducer co-chairs Tina and
Leland Bassett featuring
Detroit jazz, big band and
blues great Alma Smith.
April — "Step Back In
Time" will experience what it
was like to be invited to a
fabulous Meadowbrook Hall
after a downtown perfor-
mance at the Wilson Theatre.
Meadowbrook Hall historian
Dean Lowell Eklund will be
the guide for the evening
hosted by Mrs. Roger B.
Smith.

May — In "Up On The
Roof," Detroit historian
Michael Farrell will engineer
a vantage point look at the
Theatre District with a hard
hat party on the Music Hall
roof. The Music Hall Pro-
ducers croquet tournament
will take place on Detroit's
only official croquet court at
the River Place Inn hosted by
John and Vivian Stroh.

Music Hall Producers are
also invited to performance
events during the Music Hall
Center season including
afterglows, lectures and
special luncheons and din-
ners with performing artists.
The Music Hall Producers
are the major donor group
who contribute more than
$1,000 a year individually to
Music Hall. They were
started two years ago as part
of the turn-around at Music
Hall under the leadership, of
Music Hall Chair Henrietta
Fridholm.
Music Hall Center is a non-
profit, tax exempt corporation
whose programs are sup-
ported in part from general
grants and contributions from
the Michigan Council for the
Arts, the City of Detroit
Council for the Arts, Arts
Midwest, the National En-
dowment for the Arts, private
contributions and its
audiences.
Persons interested in Music
Hall Producer Memberships,
call Steven Levicki, 963-7622.

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