Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Iyyar 17, 5776

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Rivka Tal
Whether or not the weather allows you to eat in the sukkah this year, hot soup is always good at the start of fall.
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Philly's comedy scene has grown so big that there's even a school for those who want to learn how to be comedians. The founder of Philadelphia Comedy Academy describes the "magnetic attraction" between Judaism and comic entertainment.
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JTA
Italy has gone ahead with the loan of a 15th century masterpiece by Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli to Israel that had been held up over the uncertain situation in Syria.
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Alex Boonphaya of Circles Thai and Greg Vernick of Vernick Food and Drink: two very different styles, two very different restaurants, two very satisfying experiences.
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Yaffa Klugerman, JTA
Oren Goldenberg has created countless films about a place that once was an emblem of American industrial might and now ranks among the country's fastest shrinking cities.
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