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November 03, 1995 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-03

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Keep Your
Eye On The


finger-songwriter Dan Fogelberg has been
playing and recording great music for near-
ly 25 years, and the release of No Resem-
blance Whatsoever represents a new phase
of his career and a reunion with contemporary jazz
flutist Tim Weisberg with whom Fogelberg recorded
Twin Sons of Different Mothers 17 years ago.
The duo will appear at the Fox 8:00 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 5.
Fogelberg was part of the '70s Southern California
music scene whose contemporaries include Jackson
Browne, Roger McGuinn and Randy Newman.
Weisberg, who began performing and recording in
the early '70s, created music that was considered a
Dan Fogelberg bridge between traditional jazz and pop
and Tim
rock. He is one of the pioneers of the mu-
Weisberg at
sic known today as NAC/Jazz.
the Fox.

This Week's Best Bets

Sculpture and Painting
(r) by, Ray Katz, through Nov. 13;
Aishet Hayil: A Woman of
1ā€” Valor, through Dec. 28. Both
E, exhibits at the Janice Charach
Epstein Museum/Gallery.
11apIe-Drake Jewish Commu-
nity Center. (810) 661-7641.
Iā€” Made in America: Ten
Centuries of American Art.
Works of art spanning 1,000


years of America's visual his-
tory, through Jan. 7. Toledo
Museum ofArt. (800)766-6048.
Weaving Out Loud: San-
dra Brownlee. Forty woven
works by Cranbrook Academy
of Art graduate through Dec.
30, closed Nov. 4 and 5; Young
Curators Choose Chairs: A
Muselim/Community Col-
Laboration, through March 24,
1996, closed Nov. 4 and 5.
Cran.brock Art Museum. (810)

Edda Renouf: Paintings,
Dr-awings and Prints. Works
from the 1970s to the present,
through Nov. 5; Stitched,
Layered, Pieced: Michigan
Artists and the Quilt,
through December 10; Paint-
ing With Fire: Pewabic Ves-
sels in the Margaret Watson
Parker Collection. Pottery,
paintings and lithographs,
through Jan. 7. University of
Michigan Museum of Art. (313)

The PaineWebber Col-
lection of Contemporary
Ma.sters Collection inchides
approximately 70 paintings,
sculptures, and works on pa-
per. Through Dec. 31. The De-
troit Institute of Arts. (3 13)
The Pioneering Spirit,
opening reception for artist
Bonnie Swadling's realistic por-
trayals of women's lives on the
Plains. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Laven-
der Moon Cafe. 205 W. Nine

Mile, Ferndale. (8 10) 398-

Comedian Bobby Collins
8:30 p.m. Joey's Comedy Club
fin Paisano's restaurant. 5070
Schaefer, Dearborn. (313) 584-
Comedian Van Gunter.
8:30 p.m. at Chaplin's West
Comedy Club. 16890 Telegraph
(1 block S. of 6 Mile). Through
Nov. 5. (313) 533-8866.

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