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...using Italian Rocksolid GranitTM slabs.

Out & About

"The countertop that fits on top."

OUT & ABOUT

from page 41

Perfect for kitchens and bathrooms

Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
hosts Cross Currents, an exhibition
bringing together the work of five visu-
al artists living and working away from
their homelands, April 16-May 21.
Opening reception: 6-8 p.m. Friday,
April 16; gallery talk: 3-5 p.m.
Saturday, April 17. (248) 644-0866.
The Michigan Modernism Show,
running Saturday-Sunday, April 24-25,
at the Southfield Civic Center, opens
with a preview party benefiting
ArtServe Michigan, featuring live
music, a vintage fashion show, hors
d'oeuvres, a wine bar and the opportu-
nity to view and purchase artworks, 7-
10 p.m. Friday, April 23. $75
advance/$100 at the door/$150 patron;
call (248) 557-8288, Ext. 17.

Save money and add value to your home

Come visit Jim Narens & Alan Schwartz
in our beautiful new showroom in
Farmington Hills

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JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL

April 25 - May 6, 2004

We're Back! With a Number of Reasons to Join Us!

1 Prize:

Five Showings: Don't miss seeing Paper Clips, the winner of the Sarah & Harold Gottlieb
Prize for Contributions to Jewish Culture, with a showing at each of our venues and two
simultaneous showings at the Commerce venue.

CLASSIC CUISINE

4 Locations:

United Artists Commerce, Birmingham Theatre,
Michigan Theater Ann Arbor, and The Palace Theatre Windsor

Approved by Council of Orthodox Rabbis

WE'LL BEAM' YOUR
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• Weddings
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Showers
• Banquets
• Anniversaries
• Reunions
• Birthdays
• Etc.
We Cater At Most Synagogues,
Temples, Hotels and the Halls
Of Your Choice

8 Dollars: Tickets are still only $8 for all events, with huge savings for series ticket holders.

35 Movies:

From Hollywood mainstream to independent films, from romance to comedy,
from cartoon to documentary, we've got a little bit of everything.

Call 248.788.2900 today for tickets or stop by the
JET Theatre box office, lower level, JCC.

PHILIP TEWEL

Food & Beverage
Director

Call 248.432.5577 for a FREE brochure or
check out our complete line up at www.jccdet.org

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

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6600 West Maple Road - West Bloomfield

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The 2004 Detroit Music Awards will
be handed out 7-11:30 p.m. Saturday,
April 23, at the State Theatre in
Detroit.
www.detroitmusicawards.corn.
Jewish News columnist and author
George Cantor signs copies of his latest
book, Wire to Wire: Inside the 1984
Detroit Tiers Championship Season, 7
p.m. Wednesday, April 14, at Borders
in Farmington . Hills. (248) 737-0110.
Best-selling mystery writer Philip
Margolin discusses and signs his newest
novel, Sleeping Beauty, 7 p.m.
Thursday, April 15, at Borders in
Birmingham.
(248) 203-0005.
Champions on
Ice skates into
Joe Louis Arena
3 p.m. Saturday,
April 17. $30-
$95. (248) 645-
6666.
The first annu-
Bernard-Henri
al Ann Arbor
Levy speaks at
Book Festival,
featuring a street A' Book Festival.
fair with booths,
discussions by national authors, writing
workshops, a comics pavilion and
more, runs Thursday-Sunday, April 22-
25, in Ann Arbor. Among the featured
speakers is French writer-philosopher
Bernard-Henri Levy ( Who Killed
Daniel Pearl, who speaks 1 p.m.
Friday, April 23, in the Hussey Room,
Michigan League, 911 N. University;
free. For a complete schedule, go to
www.aabookfestival.org . II

Out About will return on April 30.

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