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1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 (WB)
Jeannette Olson: Maybe One Day
Jeannette Gerstl was a little Jewish
girl when the Nazis invaded Austria;
she survived only thanks to the brav-
ery of a Christian couple, who kept
her hidden throughout the war. But
what of her parents? In Maybe One
Day, she tells the story of the fam-
ily from whom she was separated
and with whom she was, ultimately,
reunited thanks to good fortune,
bravery and kindness.

BOOK CLUB NIGHT

7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 (WB)
Wine, Cheese and Conversation
Elizabeth L. Silver: The Execution

of Noa P. Singleton: A Novel
Throughout her trial, Noa
Singleton never spoke a word in her
own defense. Ten years later, she sits
on death row in a maximum-security
penitentiary, six months away from
her execution. One day, she is visited
by a leading attorney who is also
the mother of the woman Noa was
imprisoned for killing. Marlene tells
Noa that she has changed her mind
about the death penalty and Noa's
sentence and will do everything in
her power to see that she lives. Her
sole request is the one thing Noa will
not reveal: her story.
Book Lover's package (book, lecture,
and wine-and-cheese reception): $35.
Lecture with wine-and-cheese recep-
tion: $20. Reservations required by
Nov. 4.

PATRON NIGHT

7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12 (WB)
Peter Max: The Universe of Peter

Max
He was born in Berlin and moved
to Shanghai, where he fell in love
with the bright, bold colors all around
him. When he settled in the United
States, he dropped his last name and

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Triumph and Tragedy of Israel
Ha'aretz columnist Ari Shavit went
back to Israel's very beginnings for
a thorough look at the state today
— and to consider its future. His
research is both personal and global
as he reflects on Israel and Zionism
from a myriad of sources including
his great-grandfather; a youth-group
leader who helped transform Masada;
a Palestinian driven from his home;
immigrant orphans of the Holocaust;
and the young men and women of
Tel-Aviv's club scene.
The cost for both programs is $10
ICC members/$12 nonmembers (tick-
ets for separate events are not avail-
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Ari Shavit: My Promised Land: The

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6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 (WB)
Matthew Levitt: Hezbollah: The

Global Footprint of Lebanon's Party
of God
Its tactics and goals are known. Yet
the financing and incredible influence
of Hezbollah, one of the most infa-
mous terrorist groups in the world, has
remained a mystery. In Hezbollah: The
Global Footprint of Lebanon's Party of
God, Matthew Levitt, senior fellow and
director of the Washington Institute
for Near East Policy's Stein Program
on Counterterrorism and Intelligence,
tells the story of the group's compli-
cated financial dealings — along with
its criminal actions that are spreading
not only throughout the Middle East
but, also increasingly, everywhere.
(Note Leavitt also speaks at 1 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 14, in Oak Park; no
charge.)

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SPECIAL FOR TWO

Lecture only: JCC members $18/
nonmembers $21. A strolling dinner,
catered by the Epicurean Group, is
available for patrons of the Book
Fair. To become a patron, contact
Andy Roisman at (248) 432-5442 or
aroisman@jccdet.org.

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was known simply as Peter Max.
He became one of the world's most
famous artists, creating works for five
Super Bowl games and the Olympics.
The Universe of Peter Max tells his
story accompanied by his vibrant
artwork.

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