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August 14, 1992 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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FASH BASH '92 was its
usual self as a fashion and
entertainment extravaganza
presented by Hudson's and
Detroit Institute of Arts
Founders Society Junior
Council at the Fox Theatre
. . . The show of unexpected
performers like juggler and
stiltwalkers combined with
models, moving too fast, wear-
ing latest fall trends.
Emphasis seemed to be
more on entertainment than
fashion but it helped bring
across much of the style
presentations in an anything-
but-boring way.
Real show, though, was the
huge crowd . . . Started with
a pre-party at the State
Theatre . . . Harry Colburn
wearing a bright red jacket
and black shirt . . . Manuel
Chavez with white jacket, tux
shirt, floral bow tie and mat-
ching pocket kerchief . . . Ben
Kosins his usual sartorial ex-
cellence, Mitchell Newman
with one of his big caps and
wife Jean wearing a sharp
matching hat and dress out-
fit . . . Plenty of fellows with
earrings in either ear, gals
with skirts almost up to their
belly buttons . . . Craig
Singer, Susan Terebello, John
Bloom, Stan and Connie
Krandall, Lisa Lapides .. .
Wild hairdos, skirts that also
swept the floor, gals wearing
pants tighter than their skin.
Food supplied by . . . Mon
Jin Lau, Sparky Herbert's,
Ristorante De Modesta, An-
tonio's, Manuel's, Juliette's
Cuisine, Carl's, Mario's,
Wong's Eatery and Buster's
Bay with Jimmy Schmidt
displaying a Rattlesnake
Club menu . . . The sitdown
restaurants around the Fox
never had it so good . . . Tres
Vite, American Pizza Cafe,
Elwood Grill.
DISA 'N DATA . . . Remem-
bering Hastings Street by
former localite Louis
Surowitz, living in Nashua,
N.H., now can be gotten at
Marmel's, Borenstein's and
Spitzer's . . . Congregation
Shaarey Zedek ordered it for
the synagogue library and
Jewish Community Center
has accepted the book for its
annual Book Fair this fall .. .
Two new shops opened on the
Boardwalk, Ken Rogin's
Creative Custom Shirt-
makers and Patricia Miles
with dress sizes 2-14 . . . Ap-
plegate's newest is Mr. Mar-
vin's Kicks by Marvin Dictor.
Was such a success last
time that live opera comes
again to Sultan's gourmet
Mideastern and continental
restaurant in Robin's Nest,
Orchard Lake Road and 14
Mile, this Monday evening 7
p.m., with Baritone Dino
Valle and a special menu .. .
That one-pound lobster for $5

at Excalibur is at the bar or
counter area 2 to 7 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday only .. .
The big 14th anniversary par-
ty by Excalibur is this Sun-
day, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. . . . Suzy
and Dan, back for the month
of August doing their fine job,
will be there too.
THEY ALMOST got away
with it, but when hubby Dr.
Marshall Shapiro put up the
outside tent, their secret had
to be let out of the bag .. .
And so, as a Niagara Falls
amount of tears streamed
down Dee Shapiro's face, Mar-
shall, daughter Stacie and
son Mark told her about the
next day birthday party.
In show biz parlance they
say "break a leg" to wish
good luck . . . Dee's aunt, Ann
Davis, did it her way by
breaking an arm that after-
noon . . . Barrister Henry
Baskin wore an earring in his
ear lobe for the first time .. .
"I'm on vacation, so I don't
have to wear it in court," said
Hank, who had the ear deco-
ration from Debbie Schultz
about a week . . . The celebri-
ty lawyer, son of wonderful
Gladys and Max Baskin, saw
Norman Rosenberg and
remarked, "He used to be my
clock. Woke me up every mor-
ning with his power lawn
mower."
Many of Dee's dancing
trophies were on the tables as
anchors for the balloons that
streamed upwards . . . She
put on a short exhibition with
Corey Riojas, and the family
dog, "Champ," also barked his
approval as folks applauded
. . . Optimist Joe Lo Duca
wore bathing trunks under
his shorts . . . No swimming
for wife Linda, though, she's
expecting.
Music by Michele Ramo
Trio was good listening, and
nobody missed a beat when
he gave his mini-concert .. .
Michele's classical Flamenco
was a standout, using his
guitar for all kinds of sounds
plus a glass, spoon, his head,
knees and other parts of the
anatomy . . . Then came a
medley by the trio that began
with the very stirring
"Meditation."
Not too many chances this
summer to use the yard and
pool, but somebody made sure
it would be nice for Dee
Shapiro's 50th birthday
celebration . . . Don't know
who Marshall, Stacie and
Mark know, but the weather
turned out to be the real sur-
prise for her.

MORE DISA 'N Data .. .
Leah Marks is back in town
after surveying the fashion
scenes in Las Vegas, Phoenix,
New York and Florida . . .
returning with "what's new"
for the local scene .

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