Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775

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Yaron Zilberman doesn’t hesitate when asked why eight years elapsed between the release of his first film, the 2004 award-winning documentary, Watermarks, about the Hakoah Vienna Jewish women’s swim team of the 1930s, and his second film, A Late Quartet, which opens Nov. 9 at the Ritz Five in Philadelphia. “Because that’s how long it takes to make a movie,”...
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Top off your weekend with a trip to the Katz JCC in Jersey for a star-studded line-up at the annual Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture.
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Eileen Goltz, Jewish Exponent Feature
One of my favorite childhood foodie mem­ories was sharing the plate of sliced pears and cheese that my mom had waiting for me after a long day at grade school. I so loved the concept of sharing a healthy snack and so continued the tradition with my boys.
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This spread goes far and can be either savory or sweet
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Rivka Tal
When I first came to Israel many years ago, I was faced with a new world of eating and cooking. As a student, I ate in the fast food places of the day —mostly fa­lafel stands — and when I was feeling lush, at res­taurants specializing in cheap meals geared for students.
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Helen Gottstein sits at the head of the room with her legs crossed and a scarf draped over her head. She tells the Philadelphia audience seated before her that she lives in Jerusalem and is a mother of 10 children, none of whom she wants serving in the Israeli army.
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