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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-15

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Gift Guide

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buff in your life? You can't go wrong
with gift certificates to Birmingham's
Uptown Palladium 12 movie theater.
Its new Premier Entertainment
Auditorium ($25 per person) gives
you VIP treatment with plush
leather recliners, tables,
valet parking, a gourmet
buffet dinner, popcorta
and drinks. Gift certifi-
cates are sold in $10
booklets. Call
248) 644-FILM.
Shop Decades in Royal
Oak for posters and 8x10
glossies of Hollywood's
past and present royalty,
including Marilyn
Monroe, James Dean and '70s TV stars
like the women of Charlie's Angels. If
you're lucky, you might find some auto-
graphed memorabilia. Call
(248) 546-9289.
True movie fans'will cherish first
drafts or final versions of scripts from
their favorite flicks. Try www.script-
shack.com , which pools scripts from
major dealers nationwide. They've got
'em all, from Hollywood classics
(Casablanca) to the, latest blockbuster
(Lord of the Rings) to indie classics (My
Big Fat Greek Wedding). Prices start at
around $10 a script.
If you're planning a trip to Los
Angeles, try getting tickets to a taping
of your sweetie's favorite TV show.
The online site www.tvtickets.com is
an authorized source for free studio
tickets — the company works with
production companies from all net-
works and shows, including Will &
Grace, Just Shoot Me, and Everybody
Loves Raymond. Remember: Most
shows are in production from Aug.-

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Rocker at heart

Know someone who cherishes his
dusty collection of albums? Give him
permission to showcase those favorite
vinyl LPs with a gift of unique album
cover frames. Restoration Hardware
makes 12 3/4-inch square steel frames
in black and chrome ($26 for a set of
two). At Somerset Collection North,
Troy. Call (248) 614-6984.
Keep the music alive at the next
party with festive bowls ($32) made
from real vinyl records. They're made
by a local artist and sold at Muse gift
shop in Berkley. Who wouldn't want

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to grab some popcorn out of
Bon Jovi's "Slippery When Wet"
A guitar player's ultimate dream
usually involves owning a Martin
Guitar — you know, like the ones Eric
Clapton, Willie Nelson and Paul
Simon strum. C.F. Martin & Co. fea-
tures seven guitars this holiday season,
including the improved "Backpacker,"
a made-to-travel, lightweight model
($274). Models run up in price to the
"000-17S," a solid mahogany, 12-fret
acoustic with a hollow bass response
($1,899). Visit w-ww.martinguitar.com .


Give the gift of chocolate history and,
of course, a few scrumptious recipes,
with Marcel Desaulniers' book, Death
by Chocolate ($20.97 at
www.amazon.com). Death by
Chocolate Cookies and Desserts to Die
For, also by Desaulniers, round out the
trilogy, and include favorites like
Chocolate Pecan Bourbon Bash or
Chocolate Raspberry Cookie
Head to Gayle's Chocolates in Royal
Oak or Birmingham for hand-dipped
truffles or custom-made decorative
chocolates in shapes from motorcycles
to computers. Gift baskets run $50-
$350. Call (248) 398-0001.
Surprise your favorite sweet tooth
with a tour of Morley Candy Makers,
Michigan's largest chocolate producer.
Its Clinton Township facility, 23770
Hall Road, hosts tours at 10 a.m.,
11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. every weekday.
And, yes, samples are included! Call
(800) 682-2760. LI

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