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November 17, 2011 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-11-17

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>> around town

Pass The
Corned Beef!

Author's Save the Deli

spurs great eating

and discussion at

Temple Israel event.

H

undreds of deli lovers gathered
at Temple Israel in late October
for a deli spread like no other.
The evening began with a delicious
strolling dinner featuring stations
from some of Metro Detroit's favorite
delicatessens: Deli Unique of West
Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills and Novi;
Star Deli in Southfield; Steve's Deli in
Bloomfield Township; and Zingerman's
Delicatessen in Ann Arbor as well as
Detroit's United Meat and Deli. Guests
enjoyed a plethora of deli favorites from
gefilte fish, chopped liver and knishes
to corned beef sandwiches and stuffed
cabbage.
Author of Save the Deli, David Sax,
hosted the evening and spoke about the
history of Jewish delis in Detroit. The
program also featured a panel of local
"deli mavens" who shared their personal
stories of how they became involved in
the deli world.

be_ _

Matt Prentice of Deli Unique and Plaza Deli, Sy Ginsberg of United Meat and Deli,

Lindsey Fox-Wagner and Jordan Wagner

Harry Newman of Star Deli, Stan Snitz of Steve's Deli and Dave Rice of Zingerman's

of Bloomfield Township

with David Sax, author of Save the Deli

Norty Stern of Farmington Hills and Stan Finsilver of

Sy Ginsberg of United Meat and Deli and Dave Rice of Zingerman's

Orchard Lake

Delicatessen

Concert Time

8th Day band brings its lively, spiritual music
to a concert sponsored by Aish HaTorah.

0

n Oct. 30, Aish in the Woods
sponsored a concert by 8th
Day at the Berman Center
for the Performing Arts in the Jewish
Community Center in West Bloomfield.
The Chasidic rock band was co-
founded by brothers Shmuel and Bentzi
Marcus. Their music is catchy; their lyr-
ics are mostly English with some Hebrew
and Yiddish. Their songs are spirited,
spiritual, energetic and definitely dance-
able. Their new hit is call "Ya'alili." See it
at www.my8thday.com .
The Aish concert attracted a good
crowd, including many young families
enjoying the music together.

41/4

The Zuroffs of Southfield: Zahava, 13, Shlomo, 2, David, and

Na'ama, 5.

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November 17 • 2011

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8th Day band rocks out at the Berman.

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