Thursday, March 5, 2015 AdarI 14, 5775

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November is traditionally Jewish Book Month, a time of festivals and lots of book talk. In the region, the most touted book fair is the Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture held at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, N.J. This year’s lineup includes Carrie Fisher ( Wishful Drinking ), Delia Ephron ( The Lion Is In...
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You might be wondering - what's Jewish - or hot - about the public library? Well, it just so happens that the Free Library's Central branch has an unusually impressive slate of winter programs featuring Jewish authors, so we thought you might like to hear about them. Best of all, most of them are...
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The new breed of non-alcoholic drinks pack their own punch.
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Katie Loeb
So what do you do when confronted with guests who don’t drink? As much as we all love entertaining, some folks just don’t tipple, be it for health reasons or whatever. Rather than only having soft drinks to offer them, why not take advantage of a whole new crop of non-alcoholic beverage recipes that even your non-teetotaling guests will enjoy?...
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Behind the scenes of what makes for a good mitzvah dancer.
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Many eyebrows have been raised and “oys” muttered when dancers take the floor at B’nai Mitzvah parties. What guests may not realize is that the dancers are highly trained professionals and that entertainment companies have strict policies that govern their hiring, attire and conduct.
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Eileen Goltz
We’ve all heard the terms “summer squash” and “winter squash.” It’s weird terminology since you can get summer squash all winter long and winter squash pretty much all summer long. Confusing, yes, but easily explainable. The terms “summer squash” and “winter squash” date back to a time when the seasonal vegetables were only available when they “were in season.” Right...
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