Thursday, October 23, 2014 Tishri 29, 5775
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Rafael Medoff, JNS.org
Superman’s Jewish creators found themselves broke, nearly homeless and desperately in need a hero of their own. It’s a story, like all Superman stories, with a happy ending.
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By:
Tom Tugend, JTA
Hannah Arendt mixes documentary footage and dramatization to bring the life of the 20th-century thinker to the screen.
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By:
Jana Banin, JTA
An unsavory appearance on “Kitchen Nightmares” almost forced a restaurant owner to close up shop, and now he may also face deportation.
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Depending on your demographic, Noah Baumbach’s latest film will bring to mind either Woody Allen’s Manhattan or Lena Dunham’s HBO series, Girls.
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Rina Goldberg dreamed of walking down the red carpet next to the big name actors who would star in the movie she wrote. The Magic Bracelet made it to Hollywood two and a half years after the Cheltenham teen died from a debilitating disease.
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