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April 05, 1991 - Image 80

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-05

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ENTERTAINMENT I.

HENRIK IBSEN'S

Classic

DOLL
MOUSE

6638 TELEGRAPH RD. AND MAPLE
IN THE BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
851-0313

TRANSLATED BY
GERRY BAMMAN
IRENE B. BERMAN

"W here You Can See and Taste
The Difference!"

MARCH 14 —
APRIL 14

WED 7 PM
THUR — FRI 8 PM
SAT 5 PM & 9 PM
SUN 2 P/vi & 7 PM

Enjoy Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
In The Casual Elegance
You Want For Gracious
Dining at Reasonable Prices

CO-SPONSORED BY
ANR PIPELINE COMPANY

TO ORDER TICKETS; CALL 875-8284
VISA AND MASTERCARD ACCEPTED ,1

DISCOUNT SPECIAL RATES FCRI
STUDENTS AND SENIORS

Our Dinner Specials Change
Every Day

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Sun. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

MAGNIFICO!

"Andiamo is another stunning
contribution to Detroit's restaurant
scene. The place works teniacally as
a restaurant. It has warmth, verve
and character!" — Mel Gourmet, Detroit Monthly

00 OFF

ON YOUR NEXT TRAY

MEAT OR DAIRY

-*NZ

LET US
CATER
• Expires 4-30-91
YOUR
Featuring
NEEDS
Gourmet
FOR ALL
TORTES, FLANS
OCCASIONS
& CHEESECAKE
29145 Northwestern Hwy. at 12 Mile Rd.
Franklin Shopping Center.
356-2310

...a truly Italian restaurant where
the food is prepared with heart
and soul! Classic flavor.
Wonderfully delicate. Superb
presentation. Modestly priced.

3XACI NVA

• 1 Coupon Per Person
• Good Holidays
• Minimum 8 People

COMPLETE NEW MENU

MOUND RD.

Open Mon: Sat, 7 a.m.-9:30 p.m.

Cranbrook Schools
Sets Lecture Series

14 MILE

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AN NEW CHEF

Ottavioni

The

legendary Akio
Ottaviani (fmm the
ori
nal Aldo's Restaurant)
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Come enjoy the relaxed atmos-
phere where good food and
good drink are the attraction!

Located on 14
Mile Road
between Van Dyke
and Mound

7096 E. 14 Mile
Road

"Andiamo!"
Let's go . . . to Italy!
268-3200

ITALIA

OPEN 7 DAYS

7

MON.-SUN.

a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRANKLIN
SHOPPING CENTER

Northwestern N. of 12

358-2353 ■

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MONDAY THRU FRIDAY SPECIALS

DINE FREE

KIDS 12 AND UNDER

WNW

MAGICIAN

4 CHOICE CUT — 1 LB. WEIGHT.

011 17 0 u

INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD, RICE & VEG.

Wed., Thurs. Si_
Sun., 5.8 p.m.

LAMB $ 8 9 5
CHOPS
VEAL or CHICKEN
650
PARMESAN

Fresh Cut

Includes:
SOUP, $
SALAD &
PASTA

Advertising in The Jewish News
Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today.

Call 354-6060

72

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1991

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2 Children With
Each Adult Entree

Live entertainment & Dancing To

NORMA JEAN BELL

AND THE ALIATARS

FRI. & SAT. 9:45 p.m. SUN. 9 p.m.

Ask About Our Party Facilities

22061 Woodward, Between 8 & 9

398-1940

Cranbrook Schools will
sponsor a lecture series.
Michael Farrell will return
with a new series, "Journeys
Down The Nile: Europe
Discovers Egypt" 8 p.m. April
8 with "Egypt in Ancient
Times;" April 15 "Egypt
Rediscovered;" and April 22
"Egypt Today" at Cranbrook
House Library, 380 Lone Pine
Road. There is a charge.
Great Books will begin 7:30
p.m. April 9. Scribner Jelliffe
of Cranbrook Kingswood
faculty, will lead a lec-
ture/discussion group which
will also meet April 23, 30,
May 14, 28 for conversation
centered around common
reading and visual ex-
periences. There is a charge.
Living With The Land: A
Seminar on Environmental
Philosophy will be 7:30 p.m.
April 11. David Watson,
Cranbrook Kingswood facul-
ty member will cover: The
Challenge: Interrelated
aspects of global environmen-
tal crises as an overview of
the problem; April 18 —
Thinking About Nature:
Theories on sources of and
possible resolution of
ecological crises; April 25 —
Through readings and discus-
sion participants will corn-
municate their own connec-
tions to nature and their
reasons for finding a recon-
ciliation with it. There is a
charge.
For information call Cran-
brook, 645-3635.

Workmen's Circle
Dance Program

The Workmen's Circle will
hold an oneg Shabbat Jewish
dance .heritage workshop 8
p.m. April 12. Harriet Berg
will conduct the workshop.
All ages and skill levels are
welcome.
It will be held at The
Workmen's Circle Educa-
tional Center. Light
refreshments will be served.
There is a charge and reser-
vations are preferred.
For information, call
Workmen's Circle, 545-0985.

New Season For
Opera Theatre

Michigan Opera Theatre
will launch the 1991 Spring
Grand Opera Series April 13
at the Masonic Temple
Theatre, with the Detroit
premiere of Richard Strauss'
comedy Ariadne auf Naxos,
starring Alessandra Marc.
There will be three perfor-
mances: April 13, 17 and 20
at 8 p.m.
For ticket information, call
MOT, 879-7835.

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