Ann Arborite Anne Reinstein
From the July, 2012 issue
On a rainy Saturday morning, Anne Reinstein's students arrive at the back door of her home on a quiet cul-de-sac on Ann Arbor's east side. In her cozy sunroom, four sewing machines await their users. Reinstein, fifty-eight, greets each student warmly, calling them "sweetie" and "dear." Dark-haired, with large, expressive eyes, Reinstein grew up on Detroit's east
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