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April 17, 1992 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-17

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Restaurant

(next door to our full-service restaurant)

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Management
and
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Staff
Extend Most Sincere
Wishes For A
Very
Healthy
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Happy

Jack & Gary
Cochran
and Their
Staff
Heartily
Extend

Heartily Wishes Everyone
A Very Happy and
Healthy Passover

We Will Close Fri., April 17 at 3 p.m.
And Reopen Mon., April 20 at 11 a.m.
Resuming Our Regular Hours

$300

OFF

We Cordially Invite You To
njoy One Menu Item When
Second Menu Item Of Equal
Or Greater Value Is Purchased.

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Cash Only. Sorry, No Credit Cards Accepted,
Dine In or Carry-Out
With Coupon — Expires 5-15-92
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Heart
Smart
Menu
Available

DeLuca
Dining and Cocktails

Wishes Its
Customers and Friends
Good Health, Prosperity
and Happiness
For Passover

Beau Jac s

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12 & EVERGREEN
557.8899
EVERGREEN SHOPPING PLAZA

1008 N. Woodward at 11rt Mile Rd.
543.2626

Passover

Food

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6066 MAPLE, North of Orchard Lake Rd. • 851-0805
AND CARRY-OUT DEPT 851-6577

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& Spirits

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To Their
Customers
and
Friends

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham. MI • I Blk. W. of Telegraph • 626 2630

Wish Their Customers
& Friends
A Healthy, Happy & Peaceful

Passover

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Jane s
Place

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Casual Dining at Popular Prices in an Intimate Cafe Setting

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Mideastern Cuisine

32425 Northwestern Hwy. Bet. 13 & 14 Mile • 932-2540

25861 LAHSER AT CIVIC CENTER DRIVE • SOUTHFIELD

MON.-THURS. 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Closed Sun.

3543640
Wishes Its
Customers & Friends
A Very Healthy &
Happy Passover

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We Will Close Fri., April 17 at 4 p.m.
And Reopen Mon., April 20 at 11 a.m..V411W'

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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1992

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OUR MUSIC
WILL HELP MAKE
YOUR PARTY.

We Sincerely Wish
Our Customers
& Friends
The Very Best For
A Happy & Healthy
Passover

(313) 544-7373

I can do whatever I feel like
doing at the moment," Mr.
Feinstein said. "I like to have
interaction with the audience
because that's what makes it
most exciting for me. Some-
times I take requests."
At the Fox, he included
vignettes about composer and
once-Detroiter Richard Whi-
ting ("Hooray for Hollywood"
and "Too Marvelous for
Words").
Interaction in Detroit
always takes on a personal
note for the singer/pianist,
who has relatives in the
metro area. His aunt, Bette
Cohen of Bloomfield Hills,
and cousins are sure to attend
his shows and entertain him
after rehearsals.
Mr. Feinstein's interest in
music was born in his home-
town — Columbus, Ohio —
where he began playing the
piano by ear at age 5. He was
encouraged by both his
parents, who pursued their
own musical talents as
amateur performers; his
mother is a dancer, and his
father is a vocalist. They
helped him start a record col-
lection which expands as he
travels — he always seeks out
music stores.
Growing up in Columbus,
he became active with the
theater group of the Jewish
Community Center and per-
formed at bar mitzvahs, tem-
ple parties, convalescent
home programs and special
events sponsored by Jewish
organizations.
At age 8, at the wedding of
Detroit cousin Paula Cohen
Epstein, he delighted guests
when he took the microphone
and sang with the band.
"Michael always played the
piano and loved it," said his
aunt, Mrs. Cohen, who fre-
quently travels around the
country to watch her nephew
perform. "When we used to go
to Columbus my husband
always would say some day
Michael was really going to
be something because he
played so well. He would just
hear a song and sit down and
play it. He was great!"
After graduating from high
school, Mr. Feinstein worked
as an accompanist for Ohio
State University dance
classes and played at
restaurant bars.
In 1976, he moved to Cali-
fornia, where he worked six
years with Ira Gershwin,
cataloging records, sheet
music, unpublished manu-
scripts and treasured memen-
tos. His performances at Ger-
shwin parties led to invita-
tions that propelled his
career.
One invitation, which took
him to a 1985 party honoring
the Reagans, was the beginn-

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