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March 27, 1992 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-27

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I ENTERTAINMENT

GRA M AC E



WE'RE ROLLING BACK PRICES ON
COMPLETE DINNERS 15 YEARS!

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT

From 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
• 15% Off on Sunday
• Early Bird Special — 15% Off Not valid when sharing meal(s)

"A Greater Taste for Better Health"

GRAND OPENING SPECIAL

ALL SPECIALS NOT
GOOD SATURDAYS OR
P UBLIC HOIDA YS
• Expires 4-15- 92


DINNER FOR TWO

ALL SPECIALS NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER DISCOUNTS OR PROEMONS

K HOUSE

— CHOICE OF 2 DISHES —
• Almond Chicken • Broccoli Chicken
• Mongolian Beef • Sweet-N-Sour Pork or
Chicken • Chicken Subgum • Szechuan Chicken
INCLUDES: SOUP & EGG ROLL
L Dine-In Only • W/Coupon • Not Valid W/Any Other Coupon • Exp. 4-30-92i

FREE
POP

9 5

FOR

$ 19 95 ‘i KIDS!

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• Evening Specials

COMPLETE DINNERS $ . 95

Starting At

64

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1992



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Seasons. "The violinist became
a conduit, channeling Vivaldi's
playfulness and joy born 250
years ago into a living being."
Before his performances, the
violinist demonstrates the
musical instructions Vivaldi
wrote for his piece — how to cre-
ate the sounds, for instance, of
teeth chattering, feet stamping
and a dog barking, with music.
"It's one of the most famous
pieces ever recorded, but peo-
ple don't realize that Vivaldi
wrote specific instructions," said
Mr. Heifetz, who plays a Stradi-
varius De Chaponay, made in
1722. "It paints so many vivid
pictures." ❑

Chamber Ensemble
Sets Final Concert

LET US AT BUDDY'S
DO THE WORK!

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Continued from preceding page

Cantonese • Szechuan • Mandarin Cuisines

95

• HONG KONG WHITEFISH
• TOKYO TUNA FISH
• SZECHUAN STEAMED
SWEET & SOUR FISH
• ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN
• SZECHUAN BEEF OR CHICKEN
• SZECHUAN SHRIMP

AND MORE!

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WITH THE BILLY PRINCE TRIO ... FRI. & SAT. EVES.

CALL FOR INFO ON "THE ALL NIGHT STRUT"
DINNER PACKAGES BY MARIO'S & GEM THEATRE
TICKETS FOR 2 & DINNER
FRI. & SAT. NIGHTS

$75*

includes carafe of wine

*No shellfish or

tip incl.

$85 *

Ask For Mark or Vince

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The Lyric Chamber Ensem-
ble will present Troubadours,
Torreadors and Tradition-
alists — a celebration of
Spanish vocal and guitar
music — and the final concert
of its "From Spain with Love"
War Memorial Series 3:30
p.m. March 21 at the Grosse
Pointe War Memorial.
The program will include
vocal selections by soprano
Earnestine Nimmons accom-
panied by pianist Fedora
Horowitz. Guitarist Michael
Stockdale will perform solo
works. He will be joined by
DSO violinist Geoffrey Ap-
plegate in duets.
Dancer and choreographer
Peter Sparling of Ann Arbor
Dance Works will perform a
solo to J.S. Bach's Chaconne
played by Mt Applegate.
There is a charge. For ticket
information, call the LCE,
357-1111.

Warren Band
Sets Final Concert

The Warren Concert Band
will celebrate its 20th an-
niversary with a final concert
for the 1991-1992 season 3:30
p.m. April 5 in the Warren
Woods Fine Arts Auditorium.
Joining the band will be the
Warren Community Chorus,
directed by Kingsley Sears.
The City of Warren also will
give the Cultural Commis-
sion Awards, Optimists
Awards and Memorial
Scholarships. A birthday cake
complete with candles will be
served to all concert goers
during intermission.
For ticket information, call
the band, 774-6392.

Hilberry Opens
Shaw Comedy

Arms and the Man, George
Bernard Shaw's satire of love
and war, will open 8 p.m. Feb.
14 at the Hilberry Theatre
and will run in rotating
repertory until April 10.
For ticket information, call
the box office, 577-2972.

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