Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

Water-logged tunnels taper off into the darkness, while a mangled rocket frame protrudes in the foreground. The underground chambers form a lifeless labyrinth of tracks, rubble, steel -- and the occasional shoe, the only souvenir of human life. These images, captured so starkly in Alvin Gilens' photography exhibit, "Inside a Mountain," now running at Haverford College, are all that remains...
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Tori Spelling? Try Michael spelling! Okay, Michael Zahler, the soft-spoken star of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," may not be in the same tabloid -- or ZIP code -- class as the "Beverly Hills 90210" star. But his role as Leaf Coneybear -- who bears the weight of seemingly getting the hardest words to spell on stage at...
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Who knew that hiring a "Domestic Import" would trigger a pistol-packin' game of Russian roulette that would fill every chamber of the house with émigrés out of a production of "Dr. Zhivago?" From Russia with ... laughs? It is now for Cherry Hill, N.J.'s Andrea Malamut. But it was no laughing matter way back when the ad executive faced a...
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Can we ... kvell? Sure, Joan Rivers, go right ahead; after all, there's much to kvell about! "I'll be doing the Keswick [in Glenside] on Oct. 28, then there's my special on Bravo, that's Oct. 24, then I'll be in Atlantic City Oct. 20 and 21 ... " Will the airlines allow such a weighty schedule as carry-on? And carry...
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Alan Zweibel's never Short on imagination
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The one man to see for one-man shows is Alan Zweibel. The go-to guy of "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me" and "Billy Crystal's 700 Sundays" doesn't have his name in the shows' titles, but those shows wouldn't have earned their titles as high-tone hits without his epigrammatic if not eponymous contributions. The back story of this guy who prefers to...
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