Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775
Go online and rent some celebrity status
By:
Diana Vilibert, JE Feature
If you've got it, flaunt it. And if you don't -- rent it. With the help of companies like Bag Borrow or Steal, From Bags to Riches and Borrowed Bling, which rent out designer bags and jewelry, almost anyone can look like a VIP without paying for it. "I wanted to bring Hollywood movie-star glamour to every American woman," said...
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Ryan Teitman
"It's addictive to work with glass. You forget about your body. You forget about yourself." So says Rachel Shoham, who, every day when she re-enters her studio, remains anxious to check the kiln. Since she leaves things to fire overnight, she never quite knows what she'll find inside: a fortunate surprise or an unexpected setback. That very anticipation is one...
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Yocheved Miriam Russo, JE Feature
"It's nice to see so many Jews in the audience," jokes Arab comedian Ray Hanania. "I view you all as potential hostages." The Jerusalem audience claps, howling with laughter. In another setting, that comment wouldn't be quite so funny. But plunked down in the midst of the Israeli-Palestinian Comedy Tour, it's the perfect joke: It makes fun of the situation,...
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Just in time for spring training, a baseball fan offers one right down the middle
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Baseball as an art canvas? Sure, the game is considered as an art by fans. But as a canvas? That's the idea behind the business Conversation Pieces Inc., a local company that's the brainchild of Emily Wolfson of Bala Cynwyd. She paints intricate scenes on official size and weight baseballs -- in the process transforming an ordinary piece of sports...
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Ryan Teitman
Jonathan Hertzel's sculptures look like pillars of metallic fire. They are figures in motion, undulating and mysterious. His bronze sculpture Narrator seems to wrap its way skyward in a twisting stream of curved metal. Another work, Gathering , appears as a swirling mass -- a cross between a whirlwind and a ballet dancer. Hertzel considers himself a figurative sculptor, which...
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