Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775

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Christopher Moynihan ... such a big Pischer. "Well, actually, I'm 5'9". I just look taller because the others in the scene are shorter than I am," says Moynihan, whose turn as Sam Pischer in "Home for Purim," a movie-within-the-movie, is considerably one of the better features of the mainframe, if not mainstream, "For Your Consideration," opening Nov. 22. For your...
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New Comedy's Married to a Mob of Mischief
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Is this the little girl I spoiled rotten ... Is this the little boy who no fashtay ... What imlech ordered arugula for the reception ... Oy ... oy vay ... Place the chopped liver by the Rigbergs ... Don't put the Goldsteins near the Steins ... Is there a way of his breaking the glass ... Without breaking our...
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About a month ago, I wrote the first of what will be a number of pieces about Dryad Press, a small, independent venture out of Takoma Park, Md., kept afloat pretty much singlehandedly by Merrill Leffler, himself a poet and critic whose work is worth getting to know. The first Dryad title I discussed was 1111 Days in My Life...
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Ryan Teitman
For graphic novelist Joann Sfar, family is the central inspiration for his work. In describing one of the characters, a musician, from his latest book Klezmer: Tales of the Wild East , he took a marker and with a few brisk strokes sketched the image on a nearby white board. With square-rimmed glasses and a thin face, the man he...
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This is the holiday of turkey; there's really no getting around that. But that doesn't mean you have to buy a huge bird and stuff it. Turkey is an especially versatile meat, easy to handle and cook, and it boasts health benefits over fattier fare. These recipes come courtesy of a brand-new book called Enlitened Kosher Cooking by Nechama Cohen,...
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Arts and Culture Events

Fri. May 29
Germantown Jewish Centre
6:00 PM
Sun. May 31
Germantown Jewish Centre
7:00 PM
Mon. Jun 1
National Museum of American Jewish History
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