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Posts Tagged ‘Entertainment’

West Village biergarten Photo taken from Brut Detroit’s Instagram

Seeing Double

Brut Detroit & Yum Village Open Second Beer and Wine Garden in Detroit Brut Detroit, a Detroit-based pop-up wine bar, and Yum Village have teamed up once again to open another Bier & Weingarten, this time along Detroit’s popular Dequindre Cut, a 2-mile urban recreational pathway that stretches from the riverfront to Mack Avenue. A…

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Detroit Riverfront for Israel@70

Israel@70 At River Days

[similar id=45408 type=all] Community celebration to be held on the Downtown riverfront. When Israel@70 meets River Days on Wednesday, June 20, a sea of blue-and-white flags will wave along the riverfront where thousands of Jewish Detroiters will gather for a good time and to celebrate a birthday to remember. Marking the 70th year of Israel’s…

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Look for the Naale booth at the Walk for Israel May 6. Naale Elite Academy in Israel

Free High School In Israel

Above: Look for the Naale booth at the Walk for Israel May 6. Family comes full circle at Walk for Israel. In 2016, when the Pearlman family stepped out to support and celebrate the modern Jewish state, they never imagined where Detroit’s Walk for Israel would take them. On that day, they crossed paths with…

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Easily Hailing a Cab Uptown

Sure, the beautiful people never have trouble catching a cab to the Upper West Side for a show at Lincoln Center — must be nice! Now, you can be the envy of those downtown hipsters — aspiring to attend the Metropolitan Opera — when The Met: Live in HD makes its celluloid return to Detroit.
Of course, if you need the real deal, we’ve got that, too. Opera … You think we’re crazy? Perhaps. Maybe we could use some analysis. Got that, too. How about catching a Paul Simon show? Not the former U.S. senator, silly.

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Looking Good Eliza D

She’s no Billy Ray Valentine (and, yes, look for Eddie Murphy to host next year’s Oscar telecast!), but George Bernard Shaw’s Eliza Doolittle, the original ingenue, could make the Duke brothers of Trading Places swoon. Check out the musical that once set the record for Broadway’s longest-running show. Not into Broadway? Starting to panic? That’s OK — as long as it’s Widespread.
Just remember, enjoy the shows, but not at the expense of planning those gourmet feasts in the sukkah. What? You need help in that department, too? We aim to please: Sur La Table will school you in the art of menu preparation. Let us know what time we should arrive for dinner and feel free to dance all night, Detroit!

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