PHOTOS BY MOSHE GOLDBARD
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Jewish singles find good times
and frustrations on metro
Detroit's lox-n-bagel circuit.
RUTH LITTMANN STAFF WRITER
MOSHE GOLDBARD PHOTOGRAPHER
on't ask "Harold" to use his real name. The Jewish community is just too
small — and, women, who knows? You might have dated him once upon
Low on profile but high on opinion, Harold has definite visions for Jew-
ish singles of metro Detroit.
'Td make people live togethor. If you're under 30, you've got to live in
a ghetto, in a real Jewish neighborhood," he says.
Harold pictures things this way: "Small pastel houses with funky Stars
of David on the roofs. Two delis, a Chinese restaurant and a guy named