Monday, November 24, 2014 Kislev 2, 5775
Israeli filmmaker offers a coda to story of Warsaw ghetto
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Brad Lidge may be Charlie Manuel's Rolaids of a reliever, but when history had some unfinished business to attend to, it was Yael Hersonski who got the call for the save.
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"You'll be the death of me," the elderly man whispered. And hoped. Death wish? Jack Kevorkian heard it as a plea for a posthumous epigram. "You Don't Know Jack," HBO's multiple-Emmy Award nominee -- with the honors being handed out Aug. 29 -- was written by Philadelphia's Adam Mazer, whose interviews with the doc assigned the moniker of "Dr. Death"...
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Daniel Pritzker makes some noise about the silent film he's bringing in
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Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? "I do," regales Daniel Pritzker. "I miss it right now." He's not missing out on much of anything else: The scion of the family whose Hyatt dynasty put to bed any financial concerns he may have for life -- Daniel was ranked No. 236 on the Forbes 400 "The 400...
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Call him what you will, but don't call him late for 'Dinner'
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"Dinner for Schmucks"? "Oh, a film about the family hour," reacts a Jewish captain of industry who gets stripped of his stripes and decommissioned/degraded to private parts as soon as he steps over the threshold of his home. There's nothing Jewish about "Dinner for Schmucks," opening July 30, except the title -- but it is a title that has produced...
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"Scene" found a surreal sense of relief in listening to the "Mad Mel Tapes." Blacks, women, gays ... Thank God. And here, "Scene" thought it was just Jews. Misery loves company and now, it seems, Jews have plenty of it when it comes to the Road Warrior's war against humanity. Who knew that Braveheart was really Chicken Little? That Mel's...
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