Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

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Neena Beber beats a quivering Cupid to the quick before he can even take a bow; her brilliant and darkly comic "Jump/Cut" cuts to the chase - the chase being that of real romance that the reel world can never exactly corner. Receiving its New York premiere now through Feb. 26 at the Women's Project's Julia Miles Theater, at 424...
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A tale of Italian edibles
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Ethel G. Hofman- JE Feature
Rome is a city of contrasts. By day, you can eat on a sun-dappled, rooftop terrace, watching below as Smart cars (two-seater autos that don't guzzle up gas) and Vespas maneuver around Renaissance bathtub fountains at breakneck speed. At night, you can find yourself dancing in trendy nightclubs with off-beat disc jockeys. And then, there's a part of Rome that...
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What a stand-up guy. Not that stand-up comedian Rich Vos has always been able to avoid being falling-down drunk. But as he prepares to offer his comic relief to a public strung out on serious global misgivings, Vos voices his chai-five of victory: "Besides being a proud parent, I am happy to say that I just celebrated 18 years clean...
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Just what would Wagner say? Doesn't matter; Israelis are saying ken to "Springtime for Hitler," the masterpiece of mishugas and the centerpiece of "The Producers," which just opened to SRO - Smoking Room Only - in a Tel Aviv theater. According to a news-wire report, Israeli audiences - who wag their finger, the third one - at anyone even suggesting...
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I love running across magazines and books I've never heard of before. But though it's exhilarating in one sense, there's a measure of frustration to it as well. I'm always a little miffed that I allowed something to get by me. Still, if the item I've come across proves to be a real find, then the frustration dissipates, and I...
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