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July 05, 2002 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-05

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Bridger Barret


ometimes the best story ideas come from you, our
readers. Diane Klein called me at the beginning of
May about an interesting event at the Detroit
Institute of Arts. "It's a party and a fundraiser taking
place on May 25, to celebrate the renovation of the DIA and
say, "so long for a while to some old friends," she said. Klein
then explained, "The friends are some of the works of mod-
ern and contemporary art which will be moved or put away
during the renovation." I attended the fabulous event,
dined in the Rivera Court and viewed spectacular art. What
Beverly Rapp called me more than six months ago, and I
was intrigued. She's a wife, a mother, a radiologist and a
bona fide equestrian. She is also the director of
PuddingStone Manor in Clarkston, an equine boarding and
training facility. Assistant Editor Linda Bachrack visited
Beverly at the Manor and photographer John Sobczak cap-
tured this extraordinary woman with her beloved horses.
Talking about beloved, "Gilda's Big Night Out IV" cele-
brated Gilda Radner's legacy of laughter. Style at the Jewish
News photographed many of our readers and supporters for
the Gilda's Club, a place where people with cancer can gath-
er with family members and friends to support one another.
In our July issue we also feature some interesting summer
fashions. We even enlisted the help of that icon "Barbie" to
help showcase some stylish accessories.
Enjoy your summer and please keep those story ideas
Please e-mail me at cschwartz@thejewishnews.com
I hope to hear from you.


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Horses at PuddingStone Manor in Clarkston. Photography by John Sobczak.

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