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ORT inside West Bloomfield JCC. Topics:
"Resumes," Tuesday; "Job Search
Strategies," Wednesday; "Networking
Basics," Thursday; "Interviewing," Friday.
wtarrow@jvsdet.org or 248 -233-4245.

Howard Lupovitch's lecture series, "Esther's
Children: Persian Jews Under Emperor,
Caliph, Sultan and Shah." Continues Oct. 5
and 26. Free. Questions: nancyellen879@
att.net or Nancy, 248-737-1931.

WRITING FOR TV

BOOTLEGGING TOUR

2-3:30 pm. Mark Rothman, a writer for
Laverne & Shirley and Happy Days, speaks
about "The Art of Scriptwriting" at West
Bloomfield JCC. www.jccdet.org or 248-661-
1900. He also appears and signs book about
classic sitcom TV 7 pm Tuesday, Sept. 27, at
Southfield Library, 26300 Evergreen. Free.
www.southfieldlibrary.org or 248- 796-4200.

6-8 pm. Have dinner on board one of the
Diamond Jack boats as guides discuss boot-
legging of the Purple Gang. Optional visit to
Cliff Bell's for jazz following. $60/$55 for
Detroit Historical Society and Preservation
Wayne members. Tickets: 313-833-1801.

TASTE OF SISTERHOOD

SENIORS' DANCE

1-3 pm. Glassman Party with Billy Rose
music and Matt Prentice desserts at Oak
Park JCC. $3. RSVP required for large
groups: Rosa, 248-967-4030.

GRANDPARENTS' GROUP

Vfl, EDNE DAY, SEPT 21

BOOKSTOCK VOLUNTEERS

10 am-2 pm. Sort materials donated to
Bookstock '12 used media drive every
Wednesday through April 11, at West
Bloomfield JCC. Meet in Room 107 A, B & C
on lower level. www.bookstock.info or 248-
645-7840, ext. 365.

ELDER LAW ATTORNEY

Noon. Temple Treasures seniors group
presents luncheon program with attorney
Sara Zivian Zwick! at Temple Israel, West
Bloomfield. Topic: "Elder Law and Estate
Planning." $14/$12 group member. RSVP by
Sept. 17: Beverly, 248-788-2573.

LUPOVITCH ON DVD

1 pm. Drop by Cong. Beth Ahm, West
Bloomfield, to watch DVD series of Prof.

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THURSDAY, SEPT, 22

7 pm. Cooking demonstrations/tastings
of Rosh Hashanah recipes in Temple Kol
Ami Social Hall, West Bloomfield. $15/$12
TKA Sisterhood member. 248-661-0040 or
TKASisterhood@hotmail.com .

7:30 pm. Lecture/book signing features
Oscar Andrew Hammerstein at Berman
Center at West Bloomfield JCC. Free
tickets: 248-661-1900. Presented during
traveling show, "A Fine Romance: Jewish
Songwriters, American Songs, 1910-1965,"
a collection of photos and memorabilia at
JCC's Meyers Library and Media Center.
Through Oct. 19. Jewish Historical Society
assisted. Open 10 am daily except Saturday;
closes 5 pm Monday-Thursday, noon Friday,
1 pm Sunday. 248-432-5546.

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JEWISH GHETTOS

JEWS & BASEBALL

MUSICAL LEGACY

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7:30 pm. Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies co-sponsors lecture by Prof. Dan
Michman of Yad Vashem at Holocaust
Memorial Center, Farmington Hills. Topic: "A
New Perspective of Jewish Ghettos During
the Shoah." Free. RSVP: cohnhaddowcen-
ter@wayne.edu or Ruth, 313-577-2679.

7 pm. Film Jews and Baseball: An American
Love Story, and its author, sportswriter
Ira Berkow, presented at Eastern Michigan
University Student Center, Ypsilanti.
Sponsors include EMU Jewish Studies Dept.
Free. Details: martin.shichtman@emu.edu .

7-8:30 pm. SPACE for Changing Families'
new Grandparents' Circle is a support group
for Jewish grandparents wishing to share
Judaism with grandchildren whose parents
are intermarried. Meets five weeks, through
Oct. 18, at NCJW office, 26400 Lahser,
Southfield. RSVP: space@ncjwgds.org or
Toby, 248-355-9936.

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GAMES & LUNCH

11 am-4 pm. Bring friends to play mah
jong, bridge, canasta, poker or Rummikub at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield. Sponsored
by CSZ and its Sisterhood. $5 at door, but
RSVP due by Sept.19: Martha, mgoldberg@
shaareyzedek.org or 248-357-5544, ext. 60.

CELEBRATE BOOKS

6:30-9 pm. Richard Bak will preview his
book, Detroitland, about Motor City scandals
and mysteries in Studio dg at Display Group,
1700 W. Fort, Detroit. Wayne State Press will
showcase new titles with authors on hand.
$25 includes strolling supper from Slow's
Bar-B-Q. $100 VIP reception available, start-
ing 5:30. wsupress.wayne.edu/fallevent;
katebaker@wayne.edu or 313-577-6130.

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Rabbi Jason Mil
15000 West Ten Mile Road in Oak Park r;
248-542 0900 vvvvw tchiyah.org

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Jewish News website.
Look for our new site
in the next month!

BOOK CLUB

7 pm. Sydney Scully leads discussion
on Understanding the Exodus and Other

Mysteries of Jewish History by physicist Dr.
Stephen B. Segall at Downtown Synagogue,
Detroit. Tells of Judaism becoming official
religion of the Khazar Empire. Free. www.
downtownsynagogue.org or 313-962-4047.

ART EXHIBIT

7-9 pm. "Expressions — An Art Exhibit
and Sale" at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills. Dessert reception and
works by more than 150 artists. Also view
9 am-2 pm Friday, Monday and Tuesday.
Curated by Col. Izzy Assour, an Israeli sculp-
tor. Free. 248-851-5100.

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AD/HD CONFERENCE

8 am-4:15 pm. "AD/HD Through the
Lifespan," theme of 12th annual Michael
Golds Memorial AD/HD Conference at
Oakland Community College-Orchard

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