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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-22

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Satirical bluegrass group the Austin Lounge

The APBA Goldcup
Lizards — featuring Southfield native/U-M grad
Hydroplane Races take
bass player/vocalist Boo Siegel (right) —plays
place on the Detroit River
The Ark in Ann Arbor.
Saturday and Sunday, Aug.
23-24. Testing from 8-11
South in Troy, Arts du Jour, the
a.m.; races begin at noon. $5 and
"official appetizer" of the Arts, Beats
up/free viewing from Belle Isle.
& Eats Festival on Labor Day week-
(248) 645-6666.
end, features food, music, art and
The Ann Arbor Bonsai Society
presents its 30th annual bonsai show local celebrities in a benefit evening
10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23, to raise funds for more than a dozen
not-for-profit organizations in the
at the U-M Matthaei Botanical
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actress, an over the hill rival gossip
Like the novel's heroine, Weiner
columnist and a couple of interesting
wrote a "lifestyle column for the
Jewish boyfriends.
Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper. Prior
Weiner, in real life, is personally
to that, this Princeton graduate wrote a
past the "dating wars''; she married
column on the concerns of Gen X-ers
for the Knight-Ridder newspaper chain. Jewish lawyer Adana Bonin in 2001.
Her second novel, In Her Shoes, the
The novel has the right mix of situa-
story, in Weiner's words, "of two
tions and characters to be dynamite
[Jewish] sisters with nothing in com-
HBO television. The main character,
mon but the same size feet
"Cannie," has a lot to deal
and the grandmother they
with: Not only is she
never knew," came out
heavy, but she comes from
last year. The author cur-
a dysfunctional family that
rently is working on a
includes an emotionally
third novel.
cold, plastic-surgeon
Weiner's Web site,
father and a mother who
www.jenniferweiner. corn,
decides she is a lesbian
is amazingly comprehen-
when Cannie is in college.
sive
and includes the first
However, Cannie rises
Jennifer We iner: Will
chapter of Good in Bed.
above these challenges and her charact er
Among other things, she
a slew of verbal assaults
"Cannie" b e the next
tells Web site visitors that
like the hero of a Dickens' Carrie Bra dshaw?
}-1B0 has assured her that
novel. While doing so, she
"some skinny model type
issues a series of wickedly
sporting 5 extra pounds" will not play
funny and/or clever retorts that we can
"Cannie," and that Weiner's mother
only wish we were smart enough to
has promised her daughter to get cable
come up with in real life.
TV before Good M Bed premieres.
There's enough for a series when
you add to the mix some other Good
— Nate Bloom, editor Jewhoo.com
in Bed characters: a young megastar

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