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September 26, 2003 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-26

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2ND STREET PARK from page 129

The Trowbridge wishes
our family and friends
a very happy, healthy
and prosperous New Year


At The Trowbridge senior retirement community, we offer the full range
of high-quality services that you have come to expect, including:

• Gourmet Dining, including
"Spa Cuisine"

• Chauffeured Transportation

• More than 200 Monthly Activities

• Personal Care Assistance

• Weekly Housekeeping/Linen Service

In addition, The Trowbridge and Providence Hospital offers:

• On-site Full-time Physician

• Full-time Nursing Staff

• On-site Podiatrist

• On-site Rehabilitation Center


Call (248) 352-0208 for a personal tour and additional information



Michigan's LifeCare Community with Providence Hospital


24111 Civic Center Dr., Southfield, MI 48034 • TDD for Hearing Impaired (800) 649-3777 • www.thetrowbridge.com


would like to wish all
of our friends and customers
a very happy and healthy
New Year!

Jaguar of Troy 1815 Maplelawn Drive Troy, Michigan www.jaguaroftroy.com

Boys of 2nd Street Park debuts 8
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28, on
Showtime and repeats 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 30. Check your
local listings.





Since founding Dan Klores
Associates in 1991, his assignments
have included representing Sean
"Puffy" Combs after his infamous
arrest and Rudolph Giuliani during
his prickly divorce. But eventually,
his past caught up with him.
Around the time Satin phoned in
1995, Klores was diagnosed with
hepatitis C, contracted as a result of
his youthful drug use, he said. He
began an excruciating, yearlong
drug therapy that, at the end, left
him bedridden with pneumonia.
It was that brush with mortality
— plus Satin's haunting story —
that helped push Klores to pursue
more fulfilling work.
To make Boys, he turned to anoth-
er park friend, Ron Berger, a promi-
nent advertising executive with
ample production experience. The
co-directors put up their own
money for the summer 2001 shoot,
when Klores traveled to nine states
to interview 25 subjects, ultimately
narrowing the major characters
down to six.
"While we were editing the film,
Dan would be dealing with his
high-profile clients and taking calls
from Giuliani," Berger said.
"Meanwhile, I would be dealing
with my hith-profile corporate
clients. But then at the end of the
day, we'd be in this small editing
room, working on stories from our
childhood and making them come
to life, which was so fulfilling."
Satin said telling his life story on
camera was "cathartic and healing."
For Klores, who's now working on
his second documentary, the process
was also transforming. "What's
amazing for me is how the movie
has resonated with people all over
the country," he said of film festival
"At the outset, the movie appears
to be about Brooklyn and basket-
ball, but then it becomes something
much more universal. A lot of peo-
ple of our generation have taken a
parallel kind of journey. It's about
what happens to people."


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