Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775

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Radar, one of the newest magazines on the block, makes no bones about what it's up to. Right on the cover, it announces its philosophy: "Pop. Politics. Gossip. Glamour." It's a formula that's worked before, so why not take it around the block again? At the magazine's helm sits an enterprising Israeli with designs on moguldom. Maer Roshan is also...
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Actor Sir Antony Sher shares a compelling vision of the tragic Holocaust witness
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With the fireworks of the Fourth an echt echo of freedoms forever celebrated, Sir Antony Sher gets ready to stand on stage - the fuse of history in hand - and let his soul explode in a shower of heartache that lights up the Broadway sky as no other play has done in decades. Let liberty ring, the actor seems...
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Want to get out and see a movie, but the heat’s got you afraid to open the door? Well, “On the Sceners,” have we got a contest for you! You can still see some topnotch flicks without turning off the A/C. One winning “Scener” will receive oodles and oodles of hours of film in this, the “Scene-DVD Lollapalooza Contest,” featuring...
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M.J. Fine
With the best of intentions, a friendly colleague told me I'd love Matisyahu. She thought of me every time she heard "King Without a Crown" on the radio, she said. Why? Well, because he's Jewish, like me. Chasidic, in fact. And she knows how I love weird music. What could be weirder than a Chasidic reggae singer? My first memorable...
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Offbeat musings on arts, culture and Philadelphians
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The Young & the Marching As Victor Newman, Eric Braden has been on “The Young and the Restless” for 25 years (well, maybe not so young anymore). But TLW gives him the distinction of actually being the bold and the beautiful. How else to describe the heartfelt move the gentile German native made by taking part in the recent March...
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