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DETROIT
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JEWISH NEWS

Contents

Book It!

N

ow in its 51st year, the Jewish Book Fair con-
tinues as one of Detroit Jewry's most highly
anticipated yearly events. Held at the West
Bloomfield and Oak Park buildings of the
Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit,
Book Fair is sure to once again bring together Jews of all
backgrounds and interests.
Pictured on our cover
are Book Fair Director
Elaine Schonberger and
second-year Book Fair Co-
Chairs Teri Sinkoff and
Sandy Stark. They head up
a large army of volunteers

10

A 2002 Michigan Press Association
General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnews.com

who'll unpack the volumes, help visitors with their selec-
tions and shepherd the more than 40 national and local
authors scheduled to appear. Our hats go off to these
"people of the books."
Our Book Fair preview, including
a full schedule of events, begins on
page 79 (and is also available via JN
Online at
vvww.detroitjewishnews.com).
Throughout this issue of the Jewish
News, you will encounter many of
the authors who will discuss their
work at this year's Book Fair. (Come
back to next week's Jewish News for
more author interviews.) We hope you take the opportu-
nity to meet them in person, and in the process, nourish
your literary soul.

Cover Story page 79

People Of The Books

The 51st Annual Jewish Book Fair offers
something for everyone.

Gail Zimmerman,
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Edwina Davis of West
Bloomfield with Irene
Kyeyune, wife of Geoffrey
Steven Kyeyune of the Rubaga
Youth Development
Association near Kampala,
Uganda. The
former Michigan Jewish
AIDS Coalition executive
director spent six months as a
relief volunteer with RYDA.
Editor's Notebook: page 5

Alefbeecha
11
Anniversaries
64
AppleTree
118
B'nai Mitzvah . . .55
Calendar
50
Candlelighting . . . 11
Crossword
144
Danny Raskin . . 102
Editor's Notebook . .5
Engagements
61
For Openers
11
Insight
35
Letters
6
Marketplace
125
New Arrivals
55
Obituaries
158
Out Sc About . . .80
Sports
122
Staff Notebook
.14
Synagogues
74
Torah Portion . . . . 76
Weddings
62

How To Reach Us:

Community

Food

24 Community Consensus

41 Dignified Service

109 Last Things First

Compromise moves Leonard Nimoy
talk on his provocative new book out
of JCC Book Fair venue.

Nzd Ezra honors Pappases'
efforts to feed the hungry.

Less fit, less calories, less guilt
with Thanksgiving baking.

35 Fresh From Israel

Spirituality

Sports

AIPAC executive director to offer
community briefing and activism.

67 The God Book

122 Five For Five

Rabbi Yedwab focuses on helping ,
teens learn about God.

Sports Hag JN to cite
five high school atheletes.

Arts &
Entertainment

Obituaries

Opinion

Decision on Nimoy should
keep the community whole.

DEPARTMENTS

Cover:
Photography, Krista Husa
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

This Week

37 The Art Of Compromise

Friday, Nov. 1, 2002
Cheshvan 26, 5763
Vol. CXXII, No. 12

86 Focus On Fiction

A sampling of authors
who will visit Book Fair.

150 Sen. Paul Wellstone

Mentsh' Of The Senate

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