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dreams into action, turn a hobby into
a career or completely revamp the
way you do business. Linkner is a New
York Times bestselling author, CEO of
Detroit Venture Partners and founder,
chairman and former CEO of ePrize.
Advance registration required: $36
for a copy of the book, breakfast and
program/$18 for breakfast and pro-
gram only (248) 432-5692; jccdet.org/
bookfair.

LUNCH WITH
THE AUTHORS

Noon Thursday, Nov. 10 (WB)
Evan Fallenberg: When We Danced
on Water
In this novel, Teo is 85 and has just
met an unusual woman named Vivi, a
waitress. The two reflect on their lives
and loves, mistakes and long histories
that range from Warsaw to Tel Aviv.
David Schmahmann: The Double
Life of Alfred Buber
In this fictional "memoir;' Alfred
Buber is a leading member of his
community — and a man with a
secret life. One day, the two cross
paths, but which life is real and which
is not?
Ellen Feldman: Next To Love
Novelist Ellen Feldman writes
the story of Babe, Millie and Grace,
friends and wives in waiting — wait-
ing for their men to come home from
World War II. The three live through
war, peace and extraordinary and
unexpected changes.
Tickets are $30. To purchase, call the
National Council of Women-Greater
Detroit Section at (248) 355-3300, ext
0, or pay online at ncjwgds.org.

YOUNG ADULT BOOK
CLUB (ages 20s-40s)

7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 (WB)
Haley Tanner: Vaclav and Lena
Vaclav is an outgoing boy who
dreams of becoming a magician.
Lena is quiet and mysterious. The
two become the best of friends until
Vaclav's mother learns a secret, and
Lena disappears.

THE ESSENCE OF
CHALDEAN CULTURE
THROUGH FOOD: A
TASTING

11:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11 (WB)
Chaldean American Ladies of

MARTINI SPECIALS

I /2 OFF APPETIZERS

Charity: Ma Baseema: Middle Eastern
Cooking with a Chaldean Flair
A culinary journey to one of the
world's oldest cuisines. Taste time-
honored traditional foods of the
Chaldean community. Kosher catering
by the Matt Prentice Restaurant Group.
The cost is $10. Registration required
by Nov. 3. (248) 432-5692;
j ccdet.org/bo okfair.

LENORE MARWIL
JEWISH FILM
FESTIVAL AT THE
ANNUAL JEWISH
BOOK FAIR

8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 (WB-BC)
Jonathan D. Sarna and Adam
Mendelsohn: Jews and the Civil War:
A Reader
Some 8,000 Jewish soldiers fought
in the Civil War. This is the unforget-
table story of their lives and of the
families left back home.
Jewish Soldiers in Blue and Gray
Jews were strong supporters of both
the Union and the Confederacy This
film examines the men who fought
for each side, including spies and
Congressional Medal of Honor winners.
Author Mendelsohn presents Jews
In the Civil War: A Reader, followed by
the film Soldiers in Blue and Gray.
Tickets are $10 each. Berman Center
Box Office: (248) 661-1900.

VOICE THEATRE'S
LEGACY PROJECT

5 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12,
and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13 (WB-
BC), with additional performances
A passport with a visa for Nazi
Germany. A missing photo. After her
father's death, Shauna Kanter was left
with an extraordinary mystery that
inspired Legacy, a theater piece of cour-
age and compassion. See the play Legacy
at the Berman Center for the Performing
Arts. An Evelyn Orbach production.
$20/$18 students and seniors. For
tickets and additional performance
times, call the Berman Center Box
Office, (248) 661-1900. II

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