Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

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A PBS documentary premiering on New Year's Day traces the history of Jews' fingerprints on America's greatest shows, complete with interviews, archival performance footage, and, of course, plenty of show tunes.
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Rivka Tal | JE Feature
Cholent is a slow-cooked, flavorful stew-type dish served at the Shabbat lunch meal in traditional Jewish communities.
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Just because we’re suggesting other things to do on Christmas doesn’t mean you can’t just go to the movies. Here are the three major films premiering on the holiday.
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Eileen Goltz, Jewish Exponent Feature
When I need comfort food, I think back to my childhood. Chicken soup played a big part in curing colds and the flu.
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Linda Morel, JE Feature
The aroma of homemade pizza is so tantalizing, it will send anyone near your oven into ecstasy. Because I was always quick to order pizza, I didn’t start baking my own until a recent trip to Naples, the city that claims to have invented this plucky spheroid.
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