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THE SMALL SCREEN

THE ART SCENE

Turner Classic Movies airs the
two-part documentary Cecil B.
DeMille: American Epic 8 p.m.
Monday, April 5, and 8 p.m.
Wednesday, April 7. The documen-
tary includes never-before-seen
footage of how the parting of the
Red Sea was shot in The Ten
Commandments (1956), which
Steven Spielberg (who is inter-
viewed) has called "the best special
effects sequence of all time." Check
your local cable listings.
Detroit Public Television-Channel
56 screens Aviva Kempner's award-
winning documentary The Life and
Times of Hank Greenberg 9 p.m.
Wednesday, April 7. Check your
local listings.

Arnold Klein Gallery in Royal Oak
presents a group show, Paint by
Numbers, featuring "numbered" works
by 22 artists including Elaine Redmond,
Susan Gold and Barrett Klein, April 2-
May 3. Opening reception: 6-8 p.m.
Friday, April 2. (248) 647-7709.
The Ann Arbor National Spring
Art Show, featuring a complete range
of media, takes place 1 .0 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday,
April 3-4, at the University of
Michigan Indoor Track Building, on
State Street near 1-94 in Ann Arbor.
$5/under 13 free. (330) 896-9498.
Pewabic Pottery holds a one-day
Festival of Ceramic Tiles at the
2004 Spring Home and Garden
Show 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, April
4, at Novi Expo Center. Home show
admission: $9/$7 seniors/under 12
free. (313) 822-0954.
The Downriver Council for the Arts
in Taylor hosts Soul Shards, an exhibit
of mixed media sculpture and encaustic
painting by Susan Aaron-Taylor, April
3-23. Opening reception: noon-3 p.m.
Saturday, April 3. (734) 287-6103.
Artist/activist Richard Kamler, cre-
ator of the 1976 installation Out of the
Holocaust, lectures 5 p.m. Thursday,
April 8, at the Michigan Theater in
Ann Arbor. (734) 936-0672.

FAMILY FUN

The Circle of Jewish Culture —
The Workman's Circle Arbeter Ring
presents A Glezele Te at the Deli of
Dreams, a Circle Children's Theater
puppet production about early 1900s
Eastern European immigration devel-
oped by storyteller Corinne Stavish
and PuppetArt, 11 a.m. Sunday, April
4, at The Circle, 26341 Coolidge, in
Oak Park. No charge. RSVP: (248)
545-0985 or micirclel@aol.com .

comic book has more than a few simi-
larities to the Jewish folk tale of the
Golem. With a story set amidst an evil
Nazi threat during World War II, vet-
eran Jewish actor Ron Perlman, 54,
plays a monstrous-looking creature
who has to be careful to use his amaz-
ing powers for good.
TV viewers may remember Perlman
playing a similar character in the hit
series Beauty and the Beast.
As in Beauty, Perlman has a love
interest — this time it's former
Detroiter Selma Blair, 29. She has a
number of films scheduled to open in
the next year, and the former Hillel
Day School attendee appears to be try-
ing to break big before her "moment"
passes. Blair just showed her tushy in
an artsy layout for Flaunt magazine, a
slick, new fashion glossy.
You'll have another chance (1 p.m.
Saturday, April 10) to see Barbra
Streisand's recent interview with James
Lipton on Bravo's Inside the Actors'
Studio. The program's "most Jewish"

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moment came when an audience mem-
ber asked Barbra why she was so popu-
lar with gays. Barbra said she thought
the reason was that she was an outsider
when she came up — she wasn't a
"Sandra Dee" type
and wouldn't change
her New York Jewish
persona to meet the
then expected
WASP-y mold.
Seems to us that
former Detroiter
and Wayne State
James Lipton:
University-educated
Why won't he
Lipton, himself,
speak Yiddish?
almost never asks a
Jewish performer
about anything Jewish, even though
his father wrote for the Jewish Daily
Forward as a young man.
James, what's with all this French,
and never a Yiddish word?

spring art show

Saturday, April 3rd, 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, April 4th, 10 AM - 5 PM

University of Michigan's Indoor Track
Building • 1000 State St.

$5.00 Admission • Free Parking

APRIL 3RD & 4TH 2004



Contact Ron Beahn 330 896 9498
or rbeahn@neo.rr.corn

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