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arts & entertainment
JCC hosts annual arts festival.
Susan Hass and
Elizabeth Applebaum I Special to the Jewish News
with all they have
left from a sale
items were sold.
umbers one through 15, come on
in ..." With those seven words,
another estate sale begins, and
the hunt is on. Across Oakland County and
beyond, estate sales mean big business, big
adventure and, unfailingly, big bargains.
According to estatesales.net , the Michigan
market is the second largest in the country.
There is more to an estate sale than
organizing and pricing troves of treasures.
The professionals running them each week
might be appraisers and researchers one
day, event stagers the next, hand holders
throughout, savvy bargainers and, on occa-
sion, eagle-eyed enforcers who stop light-
fingered lookers right in their tracks.
Andy Adelson of West Bloomfield, who,
with his wife, Linda, runs Everything Goes
Estate Liquidations Inc., has been in the
Michigan's economic woes
make great picking for
shoppers and good business
for Jewish sale professionals.
Debra Darvick I Special to the Jewish News
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t isn't everyone who can bring life to a song about the
delights of death.
Or make an icy woman seem absolutely ravishing.
Or make a gangster like Benjamin Siegel swoon.
Bebe Neuwirth has appeared on stage (as Morticia
in The Addams Family), on television (as the Jewish,
like Neuwirth, Lilith Sternin on Cheers) and in film (as
Countess di Frasso in Bugsy).
Her latest starring role is in Stories with Piano, a one-
woman show in which
Neuwirth sings favorite
songs of Kurt Weill,
and many others. She
brings the show to the
Berman Center for the
Performing Arts at 8
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1.
Neuwirth made her
Broadway debut in 1980
and just released her
first CD, Porcelain.
She has received
Tony Awards, Emmy
Awards, the Dance
Magazine Award and
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