Jerry Schoenith
(1)     The Roostertail: Famous Detroit venue
celebrates 55th anniversary, Schoenith twins turn 70

(2)    Heritage- Roostertail's Schoenith family: Detroit
entertainment, business pioneers

(3)      Boat racing- Detroit's controversial first family of
boat racing: The Schoeniths

(4)      The Roostertail- A celebration of the Roostertail's
55 years in business, and how it plans to stay another 55

(5)     The Roostertail's Schoenith family: A lesson in the
American dream
Click  on              National Print Story of the Schoentih     
family in five great articles by writer Michael Wayland
My Detroit is a first of its kind online pictorial of
Detroit's its
finest times as well as the future of America's most
troubled city .

Overall, the site creates the beginning of a refreshing  fun story
about metro-Detroit. When published on line, My Detroit Story,
will truly be a multi-media entertainment experience for all ages.  

My Detroit Story is a work in progress; and is the only online
book that details the truth about Detroit, its people and
businesses through its past, present and future told by Detroit's
most influential residents.

Richard Graves
Jersey Boys' producer Clint Eastwood
Click the album to hear the Roostertail
live debut of George Carlin
Take-Offs and Put-Ons is the second album and first solo
album by American comedian George Carlin. Recorded in
Detroit, Michigan at the Roostertail on November 25, 26
and 27, 1966, the album was first released in 1967 as RCA
Victor LSP-3772 and was nominated for a Grammy award
later that year.[2] Many of the routines and characters were
already familiar to audiences due to the comedian's
performances on television programs such as The Mike
Douglas Show and The Merv Griffin Show. The album was
re-released in 1972 with a different cover on the
budget-priced RCA Camden label (CAS-2566), and as a
compact disc on February 18, 1997, on the One Way
Records label. An edit of "Wonderful WINO" was released
as a single (with "Al Sleet, Your Hippy Dippy Weatherman"
on the b-side, edited from "The Newscast").
May ---"Story of the Month"