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October 24, 2003 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-24

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Arts & Life

HANUKAH NIGHTS.
CHANUKAH LIGHTS.

The Scene

New and unique Artistic menorahs...
at the jewish.cont Storey"

Celebration Time

Giraffe Menorah

The shamash is perched on
the giraffe's head. An exquisite
menorah when lit.

There's a decided flair to sukkah-hopping
with Aish Ha Torah.

High Heel Shoes
Menorah

he second annual Sukkah
Keg Crawl for the holiday
of Sukkot was a rousing
good time, in spite of cool
weather, on Monday, Oct. 13.
More than 30 under-40s went
sukkah-hopping in north Oak Park,
visiting the homes of Rabbi Ovadia
and Aliza Sofer on Sherwood Court,
Howard and Chani Sherizen on
Gardner, and Mayer and Gail Hennes
on Ludlow.

Can't have too many shoes?
This one's for you!

Multi-Colored

The program was sponsored by the
Birmingham Aish Center-Aish
HaTorah. It featured a barbecue at the
Sofers', Jane Sherman at the Sherizens'
speaking about Jewish leadership —
she is a member of the boards of the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit and the Jewish Agency for
Israel — and Mark (the Paz Man of
WCSX Radio) Passman and friends
playing acoustic blues at the Hennes'
home. ❑

— Alan Hitsky, associate editor

Artistic Menorah

A complete work of art...
sure to elicit 000hs and aaahs.

Wire Motorcycle
Menorah

Vroom, vroom, vroom!

A NEW selection of traditional,
contemporary and children's menorahs too!
Visit the Jewish.com TM Store.

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Qewish.com-store

Oct. 25 Saturday, 8:30p.m. — Ann
Arbor Graduate and Professional
Group wine tasting at Steve Lonn's,
1205 E. Stadium Blvd. Kosher wines
from Israel and around the world.
Bring cheese and crackers or fruit to
share. RSVP: slonn@umich.edu

2 EASY WAYS TO ORDER

www.jewish. COM
PHONE: 800-875-6621

ONLINE:

Oct. 26 Sunday, 2-5 p.m. For
women only. Hillel of Metro Detroit
"Make your Own Mosaic" at You're
Fired, 6925 Orchard Lake Road,
West Bloomfield. Cost: $15. RSVP
to Lesley Zwick, (313) 577-3459.

JEWISH.COM ALSO OFFERS:

• Banner advertising and newsletter sponsorships
• Web site hosting and design services

10/24
2003

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Scene
Happenings

For college age through 30-some-
thing.

*If Only Moses Knew...'

BY

Mark Passman works his blues magic, with help from Rabbi Alon Tolwin and (not
shown) Dick Coulson.

For more information, call 248-354-6060
or e-mail us at sales@jewish.com.

787730

Oct. 30 Thursday, 7:30-10 p.m.
Hillel of Metro Detroit "Fondue and
Pool" for grads and professionals,
age 21+, Snookers Pool and Pub,
30925 Woodward Ave., Royal Oak.
Cost: $8. RSVP to Karen Urman,
(313) 577-3459.

Nov. 2 5-7 p.m. Young adult (age
21-40) pre-glow party between
JARC fund-raising performances of
Mama Mia, at Motor City Grill in
Fisher Building, Detroit. Cost: $60
and up. Call JARC, (248) 538-6610
ext. 418.

November-December Sundays, 7
p.m. Hillel of Metro Detroit
Bowling League at Royal Oak Lanes.
Cost: $75 per person includes six
weeks' bowling, pizza. RSVP to
Lesley Zwick, (313) 577-3459.

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