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November 01, 1991 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-01

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ENTERTAINMENT r'

Fair

ITHE A T R E

Continued from preceding page

Guest Artist Series

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SUNDAY BRUNCH

presents

Al Di Meola

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Invites You To Enjoy
IT'S BUFFET STYLE

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Nov. 1 & Nov. 2

10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

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an enthralling tall
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wondrous artist."

- Time Magazine

$ 95 Under
Children
10

Adults

. • Steak Diane
Tableside Cooking at Dinners
• Caesar Salad • Seafood Fettucini • Fettucine
• Veal • Dover Sole • Flaming Desserts

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• Lunch Served Mon: Fri. • Pastries Made On The Premises

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Detroit public. Last year
over 20,000 people attended
the Book Fair. The Detroit
Book Fair is believed to be
the biggest Jewish Book
Fair in the country.
Also, it should be noted
that a special reception for
Michigan authors of Jewish
books will be held on Satur-
day, Nov. 16, beginning at 7
p.m. Some of those presen-
ting works this year include
Sid Bolkosky who wrote

Harmony & Dissonance,
Voices of Jewish Identity in
Detroit, 1914-1967; and

Temple Beth El's own Rabbi
Daniel Polish who wrote

Drugs, Sex and Integrity:
What Does Judaism Say?

Like Rabbi Polish, Rabbi
Twerski discusses issues
that have become practical
day-to-day conflicts within
the secular and Jewish
community. Where does
spirituality fit in for a per-
son who has lost control?
"There are many people
who tell us that they don't
need religion anymore or
that they're turned off by
it," said Rabbi Twerski. "I
thought it was important to
define how spirituality could
be conceptualized by a per-
son who has reached this
point."

I'd Like to Call for Help,
But I Don't Know the
Number has a controversial

side to it. Rabbi Twerski is
essentially saying that
before religion can be in-
troduced, a person has to
strive to first become a
mentsh or a _good guy.
"Any person who is abus-
ing drugs is often the victim
of disillusionment," he said.
"Also, many times these are
inconsistent people. They
don't practice what they
believe. You see, the em-
phasis on religion is
sometimes misguided when
it's premature."



Chamber Ensemble
Concert Series

The colors, sights and
sounds of Spain will open the
Lyric Chamber Ensemble's
concert series 3:30 p.m. Nov.
10 at Orchestra Hall.
Dame Libby Komaiko and
her company of dancers will
present selections from the
traditional flamenco reper-
toire and will feature flamen-
co guitarist Luis Primitivo
and flamenco singer Maria
Elena La Cordobesa.
The program will include
vocal excerpts from Bizet's
opera Carmen and the Broad-
way show, Man of La Mancha.
For ticket information, call
the LCE, 357-1111.

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