Thursday, July 2, 2015 Tammuz 15, 5775

While “going green” may seem like a marketing fad or a throwback to the 1960s, it really is nothing more nor less than living mindfully, and giving careful thought to what is consumed and how it affects our environment. And where better than in that chunk of real estate you call home? If that still sounds too new-agey for you,...
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"Running Scared" exec producer Matt Luber is taking his victory lap. The guy who once ran with the Penn Valley crowd is on the fast track these days to success in Hollywood, where he has managed to run a prominent talent managing company and serve as up-and-coming producer. And having a Walker - or, more specifically, hunk hottie Paul Walker...
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This just in - Jon Stewart wins Oscar as best comic actor! Nah, not true; just some fake news about a fake newsman. What is true is that the host of Comedy Central's acclaimed "The Daily Show" will be spending his Sunday night trying to burnish the Oscar broadcast with those broadsides he's brought to the public arena. Bring it...
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The first criticism I read about the famous short-story writer Isaac Babel was an essay by Lionel Trilling, then the dean of the New York Jewish intellectual crowd and one of the most prominent academics in the country. His piece was, at the time, one of the central pronouncements on the Soviet Jewish writer's remarkable work and brief, tragic life...
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The last time Traci Confer ran for office, she garnered only 532 votes. But that race wasn't for keeps, she says, a fact she plans to make up for this time around. Confer will face Democrat John Sabatina Jr. and Republican Charles R. Ebsworth Sr. as the Green Party's candidate in the March 14 special election to fill the seat...
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