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Mark Chalou and Joe's Star Lounge Owner Joe Tiboni Take Down Sign, April 1985

Mark Chalou and Joe's Star Lounge Owner Joe Tiboni Take Down Sign, April 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 20, 1985
Caption
IT'S TRUE - Yes, Joe's Star Lounge really is going, going, gone. That's Mark 'Mr. Neon' Chalou, left, and Joe Tiboni himself taking down the sign in front of the bar Friday morning. The last show there was last Saturday, and the building at 109 N. Main St. will soon be torn down to make way for One North Main, an office, condominium and retail complex.

Community Center At 502 E. Washington Without Heat, December 30, 1971

Community Center At 502 E. Washington Without Heat, December 30, 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 30, 1971
Caption
Trying To Keep Warm: Trying to keep off the winter chill, these workers at the Community Center at 502 E. Washington warm their hands near a portable heater while wearing their heavy coats. Left to right are Robin Giber, Fred Golden, Cathy Barnett, Joe Tiboni, Gail Johnson, and Bill Tanner. Volunteers remain at work in the building, which is without heat due to a boiler crack Tuesday. A request for donations toward the purchase of a new boiler has been made to the community. The building houses Drug Help, Free People's Clinic, Ozone House and the Community Center Project. A spokesman from the group said today they have received only a few calls offering to send a donation but they are hopeful of getting the $2,200 for the boiler next week. All organizations except the Free People's Clinic are still in operation in the building.