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home," he says. His mother was a
longtime teacher at the religious
school at Temple Israel in Columbus,
where his father was administrator.
As a child, Rossio appeared in plays
and TV commercials. As an adult, he
was a standup comedian, an ad execu-
tive, a graphic artist and a clothing
salesman — and worked equally hard
as a stay-at-home Dad.
Today, Rossio is a well-known chil-
dren's entertainer with several best-
selling CDs. He served on the Union
for Reform Judaism's editorial com-
mittee that created the popular Tot
Shabbat CD, and his songs are used at
temples throughout the country.
Rossio's concerts feature "original
music and traditional songs with a
twist," he says. "My recipe for a song
choice is appropriate music, fun
tempo, twistable to humorous lyrics
and interaction!'
Pauker's and Rossio's performances
bring a bright finish to the end of the
music festival.
The beginning of the event,
Opening Night, features the Michigan
Board of Cantors in Made in the Motor
City, with hit songs created, written or
published in Detroit.
And in-between: singer/songwriter/
storyteller Ethan Daniel Davidson;
Elaine Serling in Music Memories and
More; Tovah Feldshuh in Witches of
Lublin; and Fifty Amp Fuse in Rock of
Ages, a program hosted by Gary Graff
that presents a history of Jewish con-
tributions to popular contemporary
music.
Altogether it means a little bit of
time away from the rest of the world,
a place where small cares are forgot-
ten — or, as author J.K. Rowling said:
"Ah, music. A magic beyond all we do
here!"

Bloomfield Hills native Ethan
Daniel Davidson's music is like
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In the meantime, unrelated works
have been on view as part of the Our
Town show in Birmingham and for spe-
cial displays arranged by the Michigan
Watercolor Society in Traverse City and
the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
in Birmingham.
"There are many styles of art that
interest me:' says Frank, who also will
be showing her enamel sculptures and
one-of-a-kind jewelry designs.
"I like experimenting with new mate-
rials, and I like discovering how to take
materials I consistently use and rework
them."
Frank tracks her interest in art to
childhood, when she became intrigued

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