March 29, 1996
Are Jews still
Hundreds of needy Jews lined up
at the Yad Ezra kosher food bank
this week to get holiday supplies.
TELL ME WHY
on the celluloid.
It's part of the food chain. page 7
Day-school parents and administrators
fret about increasing costs and
rising prices for Jewish education.
Detroit . 07
Congregation Shaarey Zedek dug deeper
to purchase Walnut Lake Elementary
for $1.5 million ... and save money.
BBYO gets down
to the playdffs.
Will the voters
Everything you always wanted
to know about the Passover
mainstay, but were afraid to ask.
A Kosher Diner?
Here's To 45
Danny Raskin 110
Carla Schwartz 108
You can now order a hot dog
with the works at Detroit's
newest kosher eatery.
Eye Spy 107
Family Fun 31
ON THE COVER:
PAGE 1 ILLUSTRATION BY ERIC DINYER.
JN ENTERTAINMENT BY GLENN TRIEST.
Friday, March 29 6:37 p.m.
Whats Up, Doc?
Saturday, March 30 7:40 p.m.
Mendi Segal has gone from Oak
Park to singing the role of the car-
rot-chomping cartoon character.
New Dog, Old Tricks
An MSU grad plans to add a little
spit and polish to the eclectic
Magic Bag Theatre in Ferndale.
Undermining terror's structure. page 120
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