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December 01, 1995 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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Israelis Are Wed
On Internet

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The Internet
computer network has been
known to spark more than a few
romances.
Now, an Israeli couple has tak-
en it one step further. Hebrew
University students Yishai
Garabash, 24, and Ya'ara Dey-
Sgani, 23, invited their on-line
friends from around the world,
as well as anyone else with a
modem and an interest, to
view their wedding nuptials in
Jerusalem.
The two Internet enthusiasts,
who admitted that they did not
meet on the computer network,
said the idea seemed fitting.

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THE JEWISH NEWS

"We have many friends on the
network," Ms. Dey-Sgani told the
Israeli daily Maariv. "We want-
ed to include them."
NetVision, one of the main In-
ternet service providers in Israel,
obliged, providing the necessary
technical equipment: a special
video camera, computers and
communications software.
Thus hooked up, millions of e-
mail users logging into the cou-
ple's site on the World Wide Web
were able to see the WEBding, as
the couple called it, in real time
— in addition, of course, to the
200 guests who were actually
there.

WEST BLOOMFIELD

continued from page 101

ing beer and wine, Golden Phoenix,
specializing in Chinese, Cantonese and
Szechuan food, is the same fine restau-
rant that had previously been a long-time
favorite on Maple and Telegraph. Both
dining in and carry-out are available in
a wide assortment of Oriental dishes for
culinary consumption.

Hoa Kow, 4301 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Crosswinds Mall, West Bloomfield,
932-3133. People from all walks of life
and most parts of Detroit and Metro-
politan areas enjoy the many styles of
Chinese dining put out by Gene Woo.
Whitefish in all cooking varieties is a
big feature, with almost a thousand
pounds served each week. This is to-
gether with Cantonese, Szechuan and
Mandarin dishes, plus a Chinese Buffet
at lunch and dinner to go with its regu-
lar menu.

Mai Thai, 6635 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Old Orchard Shopping Center, West
Bloomfield, 6266313. Those who like
the real thing will enjoy Mai Tai with
its very spicy or non-spicy foods con-
cocted for authentic and traditional tastes
at lunch or dinner. It presents a casual
atmosphere with seating around 100
and is open seven days a week.

Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-6622. The
dominant consistency of this highly-ac-
claimed critic's choice restaurant is in
its menu selection and food prepara-
tion. But it is also proof that you can
teach an old dog new tricks. Although
in existence since 1962, Stage & Co.

Steve's Back Room, 7295 Or-
chard Lake Road, 851-1133. It's east
side location is where so many people
from all over have gone for fresh Mid-
dle-Eastern food. Now there is a Steve's
Back Room in West Bloomfield, serv-
ing the same excellent dining fare with
many dishes not seen anywhere in this
region. The display cases and carry-
out sector, including many favorites plus
beer and wine, is enhanced by the
newly-remodeled wide open expanse
instead of the former Sultan's crowded
look.

WINDSOR

Blue Danube, 1235 Ottawa Street,
Windsor, Ontario, 519-2520246. Fine
Hungarian cuisine is featured, but this
popular family operation also been serv-
ing European and Canadian fare for
over 20 years. Specialties with old world
authenticity are prepared from veal, chick-
en and seafood, baked or broiled. It is
open for businessperson luncheons and
dinners, Monday through Sunday, with
banquet facilities available. Gypsy
strolling musicians serenade at tables
Thursday through Sunday.

WOLVERINE LAKE

Nifty Norman's, 1403 S. Com-
merce Rd., Wolverine Lake, (810) 624-
6660. Under new management, it has
retained the same casual atmosphere
that people have enjoyed, and a new
menu and wine list present refreshing
choices at reasonable prices. The new
bill of fare includes items like fresh fish
daily, pasta dishes, sauteed chicken,
veal Asiago, steak, barbequed baby
back ribs, Southwestern dishes, etc. Ban-
quet facilities are available for up to 150
having a good time at bar and bat mitz-
vahs, weddings and showers.

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