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Wednesday,
Thursday
& Friday

Prime Steaks, Chops & Seafood

Asia Day: China, celebrating the arts
and culture of China with fun for the
whole family, including artist demon-
strations, craft workshops, perform-
ances, Chinese cuisine, storytelling
and films, 10 a.m..-5 p.m. Saturday,
May 1. Info: (313) 833-3991.
An art exhibit that is part of
Farmington Hills' 10th Festival of
the Arts is open to the public noon-
6 p.m. Saturday and noon-5 p.m.
Sunday, May 1-2, at the Costick
Activities Center, 28600 W. 11 Mile
Road. (248) 473-1856.
Ann Arbor artist Michelle Hegyi
shows her new digital paintings in
Spaces of Encounter, an exhibit
running May 4-30 at the
Washington Street Gallery in Ann
Arbor. Opening reception: 7-9 p.m.
Friday, May 7. (734) 761-2287.
As part of Sisterhood of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek's
Woman's World 2004 fundraiser (fea-
turing a luncheon and speaker Rabbi
Shmuley Boteach), shopping with an
Israeli flair (a combination of fine art
and boutiques with more than half of
the 48 vendors coming from Israel) is
free and open to the public 9:30-
11:30 a.m. and 1:30-7 pm.
Wednesday, May 5. (248) 357-5544.
Bringing together the sculpture and
pottery of a wide range of artists,
Ferndale's Revolution Gallery pres-
ents Fifty Years of Ceramics: 1954-
2004 through June 5. Also at the
A drama about the self-discovery of
gallery are the color photographs of
a young Jewish man and the struggle
Dawoud Bey, from his "Watsonville"
of a homeless man set amid economic
series. (248) 541-3444.
collapse, Waiting for the Messiah
Ferndale's Lemberg Gallery hosts
(Esperando al Mesias)
new paintings by Stephen Magsig
(Spain/Argentina/Italy — 2000), a
through June 5. (248) 591-6623.
film by Argentinian filmmaker Daniel
Burman, in Spanish with English sub-
titles, is now available on DVD/VHS.
Info: www.tlareleasing.com .

Running time is 3 1/2 hours with
intermission. Adults: $22.50/$10 chil-
dren ages 6-12/$12 seniors/$50 family
package (two adults, two children).
Information and tickets: (248) 542-
5198 or (248) 645-6666.
The Detroit Film Theatre at the
DIA screens Spring, Summer, Fall,
Winter ... and Spring (South Korea,
— 2003 — Kim Ki-duk), a combina-
tion thriller, comedy and religious
fable that tells the coming-of-age story
of a young boy and the Buddhist priest
who oversees his journey to manhood,
7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 4 and 7 p.m. Sunday, April 30-
May 2. $6.50. (313) 833-3237.
The Cohn-Haddow Center for
Judaic Studies and the Wayne State
University Press present California
Dreamin: Jews and the Gold Rush, a
video screening with commentary by
Ava E Kahn of the University of
California-Berkley, 3 p.m. Sunday, May
2, at Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills. Free and open to the
public. Reservations: (313) 577-2679.
Narrated by Robert Redford, the
large-format film Sacred Planet is a 45-
minute-journey that showcases the beau-
ty of Earth's diverse regions; it is now
showing at The Henry Ford IMAX
Theatre. $8.50-$10. (313) 271-1570.

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FAMILY FUN

Nearly 25 years after the last tour of
a Ford auto facility, The Henry Ford
has teamed up with the Ford Motor
Co. to offer Ford Rouge Factory
Tours, beginning May 3 and available
seven days -a week from 9:30 a.m.-5
p.m. Timed tickets: $10-$14/2 and
under free. Information:
www.thehenryford.org or
(313) 982-6100.

THE ART SCENE

The Detroit Institute of Arts hosts

Meet Sue Ellen Cooper, author of
The Red Hat Society, which encour-
ages women over 50 to have fun, sup-
port each other and find kindred spir-
its, 2 p.m. Sunday, May 2, at Borders
in Birmingham. (248) 203-0005.
Suspense author Mary Higgins
Clark signs copies of her book
Nightithe Is My Time 3:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 2, at Costco Wholesale
in Bloomfield Township.
Hundreds of volunteers are need-
ed July 1-5 for the 16th annual
Comerica Tastefest in Detroit's New
Center. Go to www.tastefest.com or
call (313) 872-0188. ❑

5498 Crooks Road • Troy
248-879-2060

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