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July 11, 2003 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-11

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M.B. Jewelry Design

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Quality worksnianship and material ar
most important. From design to finish, styles are
worked until they meet our standards.

ummer is officially here, and there's no better way
to spend a weekend afternoon than attending the
many wonderful outdoor art fairs in our area. From
the colorful art exhibits to the food vendors and free
entertainment, it's truly a summer experience. In addition
to the ever-popular Ann Arbor Art Fairs, we've included a
list of fairs from Brighton to Shelby Township.
Have you ever wondered about the artists on the art fair
circuit? They sit in those cramped booths all day long,
munching on fast food in the sweltering heat, listening to
people discuss their work as if they were not there. And
what about when it rains? It must be lonely. Well, I asked
jewelry designer Marcy Feldman to write about her experi-
ences on the road. "Our children liken us to carnival people
and call us `carnies' because every other weekend, we set up
our tent in a different city," wrote Feldman. I think you will
find Marcy's first-hand account interesting and enlightening.
After the art fairs, how about a day at the beach? We've
put together some products to make your days sunnier.
Also in our July issue, read about two interesting events.
Style at the Jewish News features the Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
Auction and the Young Israel of Oak Park cholent competi-
tion. Yes, a cholent competition. Inspired by the Food
Network's "The Iron Chef," Lisa Winer approached Rabbi
Spolter about creating this event. Kudos to all involved,
including cholent champ Dennis Yashinsky and writer
Lynne Schreiber. Speaking about food, just look at the
sandwich, in the photo above, from Brooklyn Bagel in
Bloomfield Hils. Please read about this business owned by
two young entrepreneurs in our community.


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Some stores sell designer jewelry.
At M.B. Jewelry, we are the designers.

Have a happy, fun summer!

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COVER: Illustration exclusively for Style at the Jewish News by

James Gallagher.

In the June issue, the videographer at the wedding of Amy and
Bryan Gottlieb was inadvertently omitted. He is David Newman
of Newman Video Inc., Farmington Hills.

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