Saturday, September 5, 2015 Elul 21, 5775

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I remember that once I'd been exposed to the Holocaust as a preteen by reading Anne Frank's diary and seeing movies like "The Pawnbroker" with Rod Steiger, I would repeatedly ask my parents and other members of their generation exactly what they'd known about the situation in Europe. I was always curious about their lives, wanting to learn what it...
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M.J. Fine
I get frustrated sometimes. Like when I go to see an exciting new band and I can count the audience members on my hands. Or when I hear a tired old Elton John song on the radio for the third time in two hours. One thing that's sure to cheer me up is thinking about the Dresden Dolls. Not that...
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Your 98-year-old Bubba ever talk about her ultimate dream -- to walk (slowly) down a red carpet shimmying in a thong while ladling out chicken soup to her many admirers -- including that 20-year-old college dropout who just moved in next door? It's not a pretty picture. But it may be a winning video. "It's Your Show," says Carson Daly...
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They are the anti-Borat. If the Kazakhstan Kutup of a reporter truly believes that "No Jews is good news," then this jerk of a journalist better not scan today's headlines. Because there they are front-page news, headlining the ongoing arts fest on Nov. 9 at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill: Bryan Fogel and Sam Wolfson, creators/stars of the smash...
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That's what comedian earns for her '25 Questions for a Jewish Mother'
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Q and A? Q and Oy! Judy Gold's "25 Questions for a Jewish Mother" is, unquestionably, a warm kugel of a comedy that may just be the Jewish mother of all Jewish mother shows. Questions, from the audience? You there, far left -- or, as some would call it, the Jewish seat. Q: "Is this a show I should take...
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