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Batman Cuts Hair At The Arcade Barbers On Halloween - October 31, 1994

Batman Cuts Hair At The Arcade Barbers On Halloween - October 31, 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1994
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BAT HAIR DAY - Leon Rott gives James Lawrence a trim while decked out in a Batman costume for Halloween. Rott, a barber at the Arcade Barbers, dresses up every year.

Experience Pays Off

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25
Month
October
Year
1994
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Accordion Is Key To His Heritage

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
September
Year
1994
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Hebrew Day School Students Wait Backstage For Their Hanukkah Play To Start, December 1994

Hebrew Day School Students Wait Backstage For Their Hanukkah Play To Start, December 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1994
Caption
CELEBRATING HANUKKAH - Hebrew Day School students, from left, Yoni Glogower, 5, Rachel Herman, 5, and Amit Harris, 5, rehearse a song while waiting backstage for their Hanukkah play to start. The children were candles in a play performed during the school's annual Hanukkah show Thursday night at Temple Beth Emeth on Packard Street in Ann Arbor. The eight-day Jewish holiday of Hanukkah ends Monday evening.

Sushi lover sinks Fuji's boatload

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Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
January
Year
1995
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Open Mike

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Parent Issue
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20
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December
Year
1994
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Jon Carlson In One of Buildings That Will House the Grizzly Peak Brewing Company, January 1995

Jon Carlson In One of Buildings That Will House the Grizzly Peak Brewing Company, January 1995 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 5, 1995
Caption
Above [this photo], Jon Carlson is seen through a hole in the wall of one of the buildings he and two other partners bought to start the Grizzly Peak Brewpub. Below the Old German Restaurant, which will soon be another landmark lost from downtown Ann Arbor.