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Play by ‘Poet of the Philly Streets’ Revived

Clifford Odets’ drama Awake and Sing, a classic of the American social realist genre that deals with Americanized Jewish immigrants in New York in...

Beef Bone Broth: Healthy and Versatile

Bone broth seems to be having its 15 minutes of fame these days. The name — bone broth — refers to a long-simmered concoction of...

The Heart of the Eagles: Specialty Cocktail

When I first created this drink in honor of our beloved Eagles and their late-season resurrection, I considered calling it the Saint Nick Foles....

Sunday Afternoon Football Food

There is a month of Sundays between now and the Super Bowl, which falls on Feb. 3. If your house is like mine, lot...

Jewish Sports Hall of Fame To Move to 2100 Arch St.

Along with the Gershman Y, the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was forced to find a new home after its lease...

Philly Special in a Glass

As the Eagles enter the playoffs, we fans are doing our part to support the team as best we can. To that end, I...

The Return of Chicken Marbella

Chicken Marbella was a popular dinner party dish in the 1990s. Its sweet/savory blend is appealing, and the ingredients list is rather unique. Despite the...

P.S. & Co., Rittenhouse Vegan Destination

I was invited to lunch by a vegan friend recently. I suggested she choose the place because, well, she’s somewhat limited in her intake. I...

Journalists Write Jewish Children’s Books

Faygie Holt and Ellen Roteman, two journalists and former Simon Rockower Award-winning Jewish Exponent writers, released new Jewish chapter books in November. Holt published Layla’s...

Lifelong Educator Teaching Judaism at 90

It’s been 15 years since Sara Cohen retired from her position as educational director at Har Zion Temple, but her love of teaching and...