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January 12, 1996 - Image 113

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-12

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* Macomb Center *
for the Performing Arts
e ft9 ce/A
*

Roger Williams

Here's to tonight
Here's to the years
And to the cheers
And to the troops
Around us here
Here's to tonight
Here's to our hopes
And to our dreams
And here's to plan-
ning
Future schemes
And every time we
celebrate
We raise a glass
and sing
Here's to tonight.

Scott Stern: Composing for '96.

who applauded the sweaty fund-
raisers in bright yellow
Leukemia Society tank tops.
"Every step of the way, people
were cheering us on," he says.
The marathon raised $2.5 mil-
lion, and Taylor thanks all who
contributed to the cause.

Rumor has it that
guest Darren Fin-
dling growled the
refrain. The rabbis
put it to rap. Others
harmonized.
"Some people
added their own
aahs and umps.
And, instead of
singing, they would
just grunt and yell,"
Scott says.
A dignified bunch. The song
session lasted until midnight.
After welcoming 1996, the
partiers again headed down-
stairs for another melodic
jam. The rappin' rabbis stayed
until 3.
Scott, who originally record-

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7 P.M. Sunday, January 14
adult $24 • student/sr. cit. $22

The Oak Ridge Boys

4 & 8 P.M. Saturday, January 20

adult $25 • student/sr. cit. $23

Tower of Power

sponsored by

I'AS1.1N

CHUCK PA.SQU li

8 P.M. Thursday, February 1
adult $21 • student/sr. cit. $19

Crazy For You

7:30 P.M. Sunday, May 12, 1996

adult $29 • student/sr. cit. $26

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on the
Call-For-Tix (810) 645-6666
1995-96 season
MACOMB CENTER
,....
and to order tickets,
Hall (M-59) at Garfield Road
=- For The Performing Arts
call the
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-
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Macomb Center Box Office. -'
of Lakeside Mall
(810) 286-2222 A community service program of Macomb Community College.

HUDSON'S, HARMONY HOUSE
& BLOCKBUSTER MUSIC

Party

At High Pitch
Scott and Lisa Stern

`—,

/--

'

celebrated the New Year
with friends, food, melody,
harmony and a little bit of
"Rabbi Rap," compliments
of Josh Bennett of Temple
Michael
Israel and
Moskowitz of Temple Shir
Shalom.
The gala took place in
West Bloomfield at the
Sterns' new home, where
Scott operates "Sound
Bytes," his own music and
sound-effect business, and
Lisa runs "Big Produc-
tions," her film and video
concern.
At 6 a.m., 18 hours before
the advent of 1996, Scott
awoke and headed down-
stairs to his basement
recording studio to compose Suzan Folbe Curhan: Midwest recruiter.
music for a New Year's bal-
lad. He describes the tune
as something along the lines of ed "Here's To" on computer, lat-
"disco, Donna Summer and Vil- er copied it to audio cassettes,
which he then mailed to friends
lage People."
Scott's father, Norton Stern, at the bash.
Others among the group of
Rabbi Bennett and Lisa helped
singing
partiers were: Meg Ben-
with the lyrics.
nett,
Leslie
Moskowitz, Jim-
Later that day, their 20- and
30-something guests started to my Sugarman, Barb Bennett,
arrive with appetizers, salads, Nancy Singer, Mike Miller,
other savory dishes, wine and Judy Galens, Brig Narins,
liquor. Festivities really started David Findling, Alyson Ru-
rolling at 10 p.m., when Scott bin, Tami Rubin, Mitch and
and Lisa led their flock down- Jen Rosenwasser, Mike Wa-
stairs to sing the New Year's terman, Jeff Dwoskin,
song. Even the bashful, tongue- Robyn Dressler, Michelle
tied and tone-deaf pitched in Sherman, Erica and Arik
with the chorus that went some- Greene, Julie and Brian
Papo.
thing like this:



THIS WINTER'S HOTTEST HAND

NOW UNTIL
FEBRUARY 16
WE'LL HAVE
PLENTY OF

■ C•

BLACKJACK
TABLES
AVAILABLE
MONDAY TO
FRIDAY 6 PM.

U.S. and Canadian Holidays excluded

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