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June 21, 1991 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-21

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ENTERTAINMENTI".

You'll Love
Our Friday
Seafood Platter.
A Complete Dinner
For Only $7.95.

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Great food is always in Seasons. And every Friday from
5 to 8 p.m., in addition to our regular menu, you can savor our
Seafood Platter, featuring a delectable combination of Battered
Cod, Broiled Shrimp, Deep Fried Scallops, Cole Slaw, French
Fries, and fresh rolls and butter. All for a mouth-watering $7.95.
And you'll enjoy your dinner all the more because it's
served in the warm and inviting Seasons Cafe in the Sheraton
Southfield Hotel. 16400 J.L. Hudson Drive, Southfield.
For reservations call 559-6500.

TRAYS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
OUR
SPECIALTY

Remember . . . All Our Trays Include
A Beautiful Fruit Basket

Cakes Custom Styled
To Your Specifications.

West Bloomfield

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FAMILY DINING

NIN
RISTORANTE

RATED 4 STARS

"A Gourmet Dining Expe-
rience On A Shoestring
Budget!"
— SANDRA SILFVEN

By MOLLY ABRAHAM

Detroit Free Press
Restcturant Critic

Homemade From Natural Ingredients
Dania and Ed Farah Invite You To Enjoy
American and Lebanese Cuisine

2 FOR 1 SPECIALS

10 % DISCOUNT TO SENIOR CITIZENS

FROM 3 p.m. to CLOSING

(Not Good On 2 For 1 or Early Bird)

Detroit News Restaurant Critic

NOW FEATURING OUR

AUTHENTIC ENOTECA

(Wine Library)

WITH OVER 40 CHOICE WINES BY THE GLASS
HOMEMADE

• FRESH PASTAS • ITALIAN SPECIALTIES • PROVIMI VEAL
• CHICKEN • LAMB • BEEF • FRESH SEAFOOD

Serving Lunch and Dinner 7 Days
Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-12 Mid.
Sat. 12 noon-12 Mid., Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m.

CARRY-OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE

13 MILE ROAD

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15015
13 MILE RD.,

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12 MILE ROAD

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West Of Hayes

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1-696 :

Warren
2 -2800

1-696

559.8222

27167 Greenfield, Just N. of 11 Mile

Beau Jack's

Food & Spirits

14 MILE ROAD

NINO'S

Bingham Farms

737-3890 967-3999 645-5288

SEASONS

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Oak Park

EARLY DINNERS
NOW 7 DAYS

Monday Thru Sunday
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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You're Always A Winner At

Entrees priced from

$5.75-$9.95

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham. MI •

69004

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Lunch • Dinner • Inside and Outside Catering
• Fresh Fish • Chicken • Steaks • Seafood • Stir-Frys • Salads

World Famous

MONTGOMERY INN RIBS

NOW A GINOPOLIS' ON THE GRILL FEATURE

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Carry-Out Available
11-11
27815 Middlebelt at 12 Mile Rd. Fri. Mon.-Thurs.
& Sat. 11-12 Mid.
Farmington Hills
Sun. 4-10

851 - 82 22

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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1991

Open For

Lunch & Dinner
Serving

AUTHENTIC

Thai Food
and
Cocktails

1 b OCnw Of

Teec'cc , •

626.2630

Bangkok
Club

11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs. • 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fri. & Sat.

OPEN SUNDAY 5 p.m TO 10 p.m.

29269 Southfield Road north of 12 Mile
In The Southfield Commons

569-1400

Murder

Continued from preceding page

himself after the death of his
son, so does Michael Ryan.
"Without ever consciously
saying to himself, 'He's gone
now and there's nothing I
can do about,' Michael Ryan
does things and makes
choices to bring himself back
to life," after the death of his
son, Mr. Friedman said.
Raised in a kosher home in
Yonkers, N.Y., Mr. Fried-
man "fell into writing
backwards." As a law stu-
dent at New York Univer-
sity in the late 1960s, he cut
classes to make a comic film
called The Applicant with a
friend who was a film major
at NYU. The film, which
won numerous prizes,
offered Mr. Friedman his
first taste of the joys of
writing and filmmaking.
"When the movie was
screened at the film school,
people laughed from the
very first frame," Mr.
Friedman recalled. "And I
was totally hooked. I
thought, 'What could be
better than moving people
this way?' "
Despite the allure of film-
making, Mr. Friedman com-
pleted his law studies and
began to take clients. But at
the same time he co-wrote a
screenplay called "Rage,"
which was later made into a
movie starring Martin
Sheen and George C. Scott.
So began a partnership
between law and writing
that stood him in good stead
for many years. The writing
was always his passion, the
law practice away to make a
supplemental income.
But there were times, es-
pecially with the shelving of
the High Frontier project,
when Mr. Friedman
wondered if he should pur-
sue law full-time.
"You work hard, you write
a TV series or a movie . . . and
at every turn you say, 'Is this
crazy?' and 'How long can I
live like this?' "
Reasonable Doubt removed
some of those questions.
"I don't have to wonder
anymore if I'm indulging
something that's really not
so practical."
Inspired by his success
with Reasonable Doubt, Mr.
Friedman is already work-
ing on another courtroom
drama.
"I don't think I can sit
back now and relax, and that
everything will fall into my
lap," Mr. Friedman said.
"But because of the way the
publishing business works,
and the world works, you're
always pushing a rock up a
hill."
"Now," he said, "maybe
the hill seems a little less
steep." ❑

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