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What's up this weekend?

By Dana Vidal

"My weekend begins on Thursday, because I am not performing, and we will go bowling. Then I will sit at home writing material for my appearance on Yatzpan's show next week," says the entertainer, who lives in Tirat Hacarmel with his partner, Keren, and his son, Dean, 12. "On Friday morning I will go to Tel Aviv to look for a place to rent. I have set up appointments with a lot of agents and there is a lot of work around this."

What are you looking for?

"A quiet, pleasant place in surroundings that will be good for the boy. In the newspaper ads everything looks really cool, but in reality it already happened that I went to see a roof apartment and it turned out to be the roof of a building which is shared by all the tenants.

"On Friday evening I will perform in Kfar Sava and afterward I will go home and Keren and I will watch a movie on DVD. On Shabbat the desire is to let the body rest, but with a boy in the house it's hard to sleep late, because he keeps quiet as loudly as possible. After I get up, the three of us will go to see the movie `Madagascar' and then for lunch with the extended family: my parents, my brothers and my sisters. When we get home we will spend time with Dean watching television or playing music. He plays the piano and I play the guitar a little. We usually play Israeli songs, but Dean also plays rock and music from a little before his time, like Phil Collins, the Scorpions and the Beatles.

"In the evening I will perform in Afula, and so the weekend will come to an end."

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