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Storm Delays
Art Show A Week

Expressive/intuitive artist and life
coach Lori Gordon-Michaeli of
Farmington Hills was to have held her
first open house and expressive art
exhibition of student work last Sunday
at the Journey Within Art Studio, 29623
Northwestern Hwy., Southfield.
Lightening stuck a tree in front of
the building that houses her studio on
Friday, closing Northwestern Highway
for a period and knocking out power.
The show will go on this Sunday,
Aug. 28, from 3-6 p.m.
The artist works with psychiatrist
Dr. Dorit Ben-Ami, who has a practice
in Southfield.
"There is no need to know how to
paint or draw — all the art is expres-
sive," said Gordon-Michaeli. "The stu-

Humorist Allan Gould
To Speak At FJA, HMC
Noted author and humorist Dr. Allan
Gould will present two widely differ-
ent talks on Sunday, Aug. 28. Gould,
who was born and raised in Detroit,
has a broad range of expertise, fre-
quently lecturing on both the Jewish
people's inspired talent for wit and the
significance of the Holocaust through
a literary perspective. Both talks are
sponsored by the Jewish Forum.
At 2 p.m., Gould will present a lec-
ture entitled "Writing Jewish Humor
Without Hurting Mother (Too Much)"
at the Frankel Jewish Academy, 6600
W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield. The
lecture is co-sponsored by Frankel
Jewish Academy. Admission fee is $10.
In the lecture, Gould demonstrates that
it is possible to be funny without being
self-hating. He discusses how comedy

Desert Summer Storm/Lori

Gordon-Michaell

dents are encouraged to set personal
goals and discussions are a part of the
process. The artist gives the instruc-
tion and the painting begins. There
are no rules and no rigid programs
— just the practice of getting to know
different parts of your 'self:"
For information on the artist and
her studio, call (248) 225-8240 or go
to www.gordon-michaeli.com.

works and how Jewish humor is unique.
At 7:30 p.m., Gould will speak on
"The Eichmann Trial Then and Now:
Eyewitness to Justice for a Mass
Murderer" at the Holocaust Memorial
Center, 28123 Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills. The talk is co-spon-
sored by the HMC. Admission fee is $10.
As a young man, Gould attended the
trial in Jerusalem in 1961 and recently
participated in a conference held at Yad
Vashem, examining the Eichmann trial
in historical perspective. In his lecture,
he will offer a review of the fruits of that
conference and reflections on the sig-
nificance of the Eichmann trial and the
events it illuminated.
For more information on the
lectures, contact the Jewish Forum at
(248) 354-6415 ext. 2, email lectures@
thejewishforum.org or visit www.
thejewishforum.org .

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has won Freestyle bicycle motocross
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numerous other athletic events.
He will lead the 5K walk that begins
at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4, on
the Friendship Circle campus, 6982
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Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. The
walk, which also includes a 1-mile
walk, is expected to draw more than
6,000 participants and raise more
than $500,000 dollars. It will culmi-
nate at the Jewish Community Center,
where there will be a free carnival
with Red Wings great Kris Draper
leading the festivities.
Fotheringham also will perform
in bicycle motocross-style events at
2:30 and 3:30 p.m. Events are free, but
donations will be accepted.
For more information or to register,
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