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wealth of the sitter. Reproduced in
full color throughout the book are
portraits done of family members,
including portraits of Adeline Moses
Loeb and Carl M. Loeb, done between
1920 and 1925 in the painterly style
of earlier times. The strength of these
paintings is that they often capture
the person from inside out, through
expressions and gesture. So each
portrait enhances the reader's under-
standing of the personalities whose
lives intersect in this history.
John L. Loeb Jr. has sponsored an
exhibition, "The Jewish Community
in Early New York, 1654-1800:' which
has been shown in venues around the
country since 1979.
Speaking in 2001 at a reopening of

the Adeline Moses Loeb Gallery in the
Fraunces Tavern Museum in Lower
Manhattan, he spoke of American
patriotism, which "must be an almost
instinctive response to a land so
blessed?'
He went on, "In the truest sense,
patriotism, to me, is expressed in
the daily lives of ordinary men and
women whose conduct as citizens is
governed by their belief in and prac-
tice of the ideals and traditions that
are the glory of the American democ-
racy — men and women who believe
in freedom not only for themselves
but for their neighbors, who seek
opportunity without denying it to
others, who understand that democ-
racy requires tolerance?' I

Museum Offers Free Admission

The touring exhibit "From Haven to Home: Jewish Life in America,"
tracing 350 years of the struggles, history and achievements of Jewish
Americans, continues through Aug. 30 at the Detroit Historical Museum,
5401 Woodward Ave., in Detroit's Cultural Center area. Adult, senior,
child, and youth admissions are free through the month of July, thanks
to the generous support of PVS Chemicals in Detroit. The museum is
open to the public 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturdays and noon-5 p.m. Sundays. On Mondays and Tuesdays, the
museum is not open to the public but available for group tours by call-
ing (313) 833-7979. Parking in the museum's lot is $4 at all times. Info:
(313) 833-1805 or www.detroithistorical.org .





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Vance, 67,
born Kenny
Rosenberg,
became a top
producer after
the band broke
up. In the '80s,
Kenny Vance
Vance became
a devout Jew. He has produced
some Jewish music CDs.
Jazz/pop singer and composer
Regina Spektor, 29, has a new
CD out, titled Far. It is a follow-
up to Spektor's
breakthrough
2006 CD, Begin
to Hope, which
sold more than
600,000 copies.
The Russian-
born, New York-
Regina
raised singer
Spektor
was partially
educated at a
New Jersey yeshivah; and in her
new CD, she touches on religion in
several of her songs.

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Tony winner in
Hairspray, is the
host of the new
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that premiered June 29 and airs
10 p.m. Mondays. The show is a
cross between The Biggest Loser
and Dancing with the Stars (on
which she was a contestant). It pits
12 portly contestants against one
another in a dance competition.
Regan Mizrahi, 10, a really cute
child actor, has a guest-starring
role on Rescue Me, the FX cable
show starring Dennis Leary as
a firefighter. Mizrahi plays a boy
fighting cancer on an episode air-
ing 10 p.m. Tuesday, July 7. Regan
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