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April 22, 1994 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-22

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COMING SOON

MOTHER'S DAY

result is Big Mama's by a won-
derful combination of three of
the finest people you would
want to meet . . . Mike, Rick Ro-
gow and Tom Peristeris.
It'll open in six to eight
weeks, serving Italian food at
the former Buster's Bay site on
Orchard Lake Road and Pon-
tiac Trail ... Rick and Tom will
also still run their very popular
and highly successful Big
Daddy's Parthenon, serving
Greek food on Orchard Lake
Road, just two miles south of
Big Mama's.
CROSSWINDS Mall, Or-
chard Lake Road and Pine
Lake, will be bustling again
with excitement . . . It's the third
annual West Bloomfield Inside
Art . . . April 22, 4-8; April 23,
10-8; April 24, noon-5.
Variety, The Children's
Charity, will also benefit .. .
Last year's space, used for a
silent auction to raise Detroit
Zoo funds, will be given to Va-

Jeff and Marty have
known each other
for years.

riety this year to sell gold hearts
plus showing an exhibit of its
excellent work in helping
kiddies.
Almost 50 artists from across
the nation, including localites
Suzie Beams, jewelry; and Ted
Petok, arts and water colors;
will display and sell their wares
. . . paper sculptures, glass blow-
ing-, flat glass, leather, photog-
raphy, basketry, ceramics,
prints, wearable art, furniture,
etc.
DON'T BELIEVE the ru-
mors that Deli Unique of Bing-
ham Farms on Telegraph will
be turned into an Italian res-
taurant . . . How this falsehood
got started no one knows . . . It's
a puzzler also to Unique Res-
taurant Corp. owner Matt
Prentice.
SOCCER EXPERT Mi-
chelle Cohen has her best food
forward in barking out a need
for volunteers to help immedi-
ately in staffing Legacy Tour
'94, the marketing program for
World Cup '94.
Legacy Tour will bring the
spirit and game of soccer to lo-
cal communities throughout
Michigan, May 7-June 11 .. .
During the month-long cele-
bration, thousands of children
and adults will take part in
skills events at no charge . . . A
gala soccer celebration, June 11,
one week before the first World
Cup game at Pontiac Silver-
dome, will be packed with mu-
sic, food, educational activities,
games and prizes, visual and
performing arts, the World Cup
Trophy on display and a con-
tinuous soccer marathon fea-

Wring celebrities, sports folks
and skills events all-star teams.
Volunteers should be over 16
. . . with assistance needed for
general office, skills events,
soccer celebration and a host of
other needs . . . Call Kim Glad-
stone at 352-9715.
IT'LL BE a miracle if any
tickets are left for the David
Syme In Concert event May 10,
8 p.m., at Royal Oak Music
Theater . . . Proceeds go to the
Harry and Sophie Hoffman
Chapter, City of Hope.
THE 16TH year of Cran-
brook Schools' Le Gala Cuisine
benefit, May 1, 3 to 7 p.m., will
again have one of the finest col-
lections of super chefs in the
Detroit metro area.
About 50 of them include
names whose mere mention
brings delight to gourmands . .
. Peter Loren, Brian Polcyn,
Steve Allen, Milos Cihelka,
Jimmy Schmidt, Rick Halberg,
Keith Famie, Elwin Greenwald,
Chris Deward, Chuck "Rocky"
Rachwitz and many others.
Treasured recipes from the
participating chefs are in a
cookbook that will be included
with admission . . . $125, $150
or $200 for a lot of luscious foods
(hors d'oeuvres, entrees, des-
serts), champagne, coffees, mu-
sic and dance troupes.
For ticket info, call Duffy
Wineman 642-1035 . . . Cran-
brook is on Lone Pine Road in
Bloomfield Hills.
RON HOFFMAN adds an-
other restaurant to his R. J.
Hoffman Associates' fine stable
of eateries as their publicist,
marketing and advertising gent
. .. Now it's Avenue Diner on
Woodward . . . to go with
Rochester Chop House, Kruse
& Muer, Weber's in An.n. Arbor,
National Coney Island, Rocky's
of Northville and Ocean Grille.
MARCIA FRIEDMAN
was named "Teacher of the
Year" by the Berkley school
system ... She has taught third
through fifth grades at Pat-
tengill Elementary School since
graduating from U. of M. in
1968 . . . Marcia is the wife of
Martin Friedman and daugh-
ter of Sol and Sonia Garfield.
REUNION DEPT.. . . High
School of Commerce/East Com-
merce Alumni Association's
class luncheon for 1913-1966
grads is May 21, at Fairlane
Club in Dearborn . . . Central
High's 50th buffet dinner and
dance is May 29, 7:30 p.m. at
Troy Marriott . . . Call Phyllis
Tyner, 810-354-6018.
GOOD WAITRESS Dept.
. . . Rose Jackson . . . Thursday
and Friday evenings and Sat-
urday days at Jonathon B Pub,
next to the United Artists
Theatre in 12-Oaks Mall .. .
plus two days a week at Hyatt
Regency's Guilio & Sons ... Ex-
pect fast, smiling, personable
and efficient service. ❑

SUNDAY, MAY 8

Now there's a wonderful way to thank
that "special" mother in your life.

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