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September 16, 1994 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-16

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A MUST SEE ENTERTAINMENT SERIES!

The Kleztnatics • Saturday, October 8, 1994 • 8:00pm

tance of a peace agreement be-
tween Israel and Syria.
"The president realizes there
is a lot of work to be done, but he
feels once Israel and Syria can
reach an agreement, there will
be comprehensive peace in the
Middle East," said the rabbi.
During the course of break-
fast, Rabbi Steinger had a chance
to talk one-on-one with the com-
mander-in-chief. During that
time, the rabbi said he shared
some personal thoughts with
President Clinton.

"A little yiddle-diddle, a little Jimmy Page,... the Klezmatics have infused the twisting, tension-filled tunes from the
shtetl with an urban '90's drive." — The Village Voice

Chicago City Limits - Comedy and Irnprov Theatre
Saturday, January 14, 1995 • 8:00pm

"The best in improvisational comedy! This intelligent bunch of comedic nuts will have you rolling in the aisles!"
—WNEW-TV, New York

Noa and Gil Dor in Concert • Wednesday, February 8, 1995 • 8:00pm

A beautiful and graceful musical experience of emotional depth, instrumental creativity,
and vocal clarity. An amalgam of Yemenite culture, Hebrew lyrics, and American Jazz.

This performance is presented in conjunction with the Mid East/West Fest International
Community Cultural Exchange whose major sponsors are the W.K Kellog: Foundation
and Lufthansa Other generous sponsors are Hudson's and the Dayton Hudson
on
Foundation; and the Ben Teitel Charitable Trust, Gerald Cook Trustee.



WAND Speaker
Series Continues

Deb Filler - "Punch Me In The Stomach"
Saturday, March 11, 1995 • 8:00pm & Sunday, March 12, 1995 • 2:00pm & 7:00pm

M

axine Berman, one of
the first women to serve
in the legislature and
sit on committees tra-
ditionally dominated by men,
knows what it's like to be a
woman facing a challenge.
As part of a national Women's
Action for New Direction
(WAND) Speakers Series called
"Women Facing Challenges—
Finding., Solutions," the Metro
Detroit chapter of WAND has
asked Rep. Berman to talk about

This one-woman mind trip takes us from the Holocaust to Mexico with tears, laughter, and a whole lot of heart.
"Funny, sad, and true." - The Boston Globe

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• Co-Sponsored by The Jewish News •

Performances will be held at The Jewish Community Center. For more information on these events, call (810) 661-1008, 661-7632 or 661-7634.

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Maxine Berman:
WAND speaker.

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her experiences, which have been
documented in her book: The On-

ly Boobs in the House are Men.
Rep. Berman is scheduled to
speak at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 in the
Marcotte Room of the Southfield
Public Library.
WAND is a women's organi-
zation that acts politically to re-
duce militarism and violence and
redirect excess military resources
to human and environmental
needs. In Detroit, the organiza-
tion has 300 members including
Bloomfield Hills resident and na-
tional president Arlene Victor.
This year, WAND is focusing
on a handful of issues, including
reducing the U.S. military bud-
get and applying those dollars to
human and environmental
needs, restricting the sales of con-
ventional arms in the develop-
ing world and reducing violence
against women.

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