Stooges Film Festival 8 p.m. Friday
and 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday (organ over-
ture begins one-half hour before show
time), April 16-17. $5.
The Redford Theatre hosts a Three
Stooges Film Festival April 16-17.
THE SMALL SCREEN
Detroit Public Television-Channel 56
and other PBS stations nationwide air
Emma Goldman, an American
Experience production that examines
the life of the Jewish-Russian immi-
grant who denounced government, big
business and World War I, while argu-
ing for free speech and women's rights,
9 p.m. Monday, April 12. Check your
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance
Day, many PBS stations are scheduled
to broadcast Defiant Requiem, in
which the Oregon Symphony and
Portland Opera Chorus re-create the
circumstances of the performance of
Verdi's Requiem, as it was sung by pris-
oners in the Nazi death camp at
Terezin, 1 p.m. Sunday, April 18.
Check your local listings.
Jeopardy! hosts a tribute to the late
Steven Dorfman, the former Detroiter
and Emmy-winning senior writer who
wrote more than 50,000 clues for the
game show before his death in
January, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April
21, on WDIV-Channel 4. Check your
Jewish performers Dave Atell,Hank
Azaria, Lewis Black, Judy Gold and
Jeffrey Ross are among the slew of
entertainers who'll take the TV stage
10 p.m. Sunday, April 25, at Comedy
Central's Bar Mitzvah, a salute to the
cable network's 13 years on the air.
Check your local cable listings.
PupperArt/Detroit Puppet Theatre
celebrates National Puppetry Day
noon-8 p.m. Saturday, April 24, with
special performances and workshops
for children and adults. For more
information and to register, go to
www.puppetart.org or call
Create a music lover our of your child
with Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Tiny Tot Concerts 11 a.m. Saturdays,
April 24, May 15 and June 5, in the
Music Box at the Max M. Fisher Music
Center. Pre-show activities begin at
9:30 a.m. and include face-painting,
balloon artists and "kid-friendly" con-
cessions. Info: (313) 576-5167.
Children's music pioneer Gary Rosen
entertains families 12:30 p.m. Sunday,
April 25, at Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Township. Appropriate for
children ages 3-5. Free and open to the
community; no reservations required.
JARC's 6th annual SpringElation,
scheduled for noon-4 p.m. Sunday,
May 2, at Joe Dumars' Fieldhouse in
Shelby Township and benefiting
JARC's Harris Children and Family
Division, features in-line skating, bas-
ketball, beach volleyball, high ropes
course, climbing wall, miniature golf,
laser tag and more. The event, targeted
for children between 5-15, also offers
carnival games and other appropriate
activities for younger children. Tickets
are $20/ages 4 and under free; bever-
aaes snacks and games included with
ticket price. Info: (248) 538-6610, Ext.
314. Tickets: http://www.jarc.org or
(248) 538-6610, Ext. 418.
Novi Expo Center • Novi, MI
April 16, 17, 18, 2004
Daily Adult Admission $6.00 For Discount Admission Coupons:
Children Under 12 FREE
Parking FREE Compliments of Sugarloaf
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10-6
DIRECTIONS: Take 1-96 to Exit 162. Turn south
on Novi Road. Turn right onto Expo Center Drive.
The Expo Center is located one block on the right.
• Visit your local Farmer Jack
• Print them from www.SugarloafCrafts.com
• Call 800-210-9900
Observer Fs Eccentric
Buy crafts online at www.CraftsOnline.com
Underwritten by a generous gift from the
MASCO Corporation Foundation
THE ART SCENE
The Sugarloaf Art Fair, featuring
more than 300 fine artists and craft
designers, runs 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-
Sunday, April 16-18, at Novi Expo
Center. www.SugarloafCrafts.com .
WSU's Elaine L. Jacob Gallery pres-
ents Site Lines: Sculpture by Neil
Goodman and Elizabeth Mead April
16-May 28. Opening reception: 5-8
p.m. Friday, April 16. (313) 577-2423.
This year's Coleman Mopper
Memorial Lecture, "The Development
of the European Decorative Arts
Collection at the J. Paul Getty Museum,
1971-2003," takes place 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 24, in the Lecture Hall at
the Detroit Institute of Arts and features
Gillian Wilson, curator of European dec-
orative arts at the J. Paul Getty Museum,
who will discuss the highlights of the
California museum's collection, includ-
ing several pieces of French furniture and
decorative arts acquired from Anna
Thomson Dodge. Free with museum
admission. (313) 833-7900.
Based on Shalem Aleichem stories
by special permission of Arnold Perl
Book Joseph Stein • Nisla Jerry Bock
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•Irving Laker • Regene Schmier • Drs. Phoebe & Harris Mainster, in honor of Jillian Eaton
•Dan Lublin with love from his family • Anita & Sidney R. Blank and their daughters Eileen & Betsy
celebrate Cantor Harold & Evelyn Orbach • Hannan & Lisa Lis • Anne & Mike Rosenthal