Saturday, November 29, 2014 Kislev 7, 5775

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Eileen Goltz, Jewish Exponent Feature
Thank goodness that not that long ago, some enterprising chef realized that the soy bean in its fresh form -- aka edamame -- is a fabulous food, and thereby started a new food craze. Edamame is a green vegetable that's full of protein and a wonderful source for calcium, magnesium, riboflavin, thiamin, foliate and iron. These large beans come in...
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There’s no better treat on a sweltering day
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Rivka Tal
We know summer is here when we hear the call of the watermelon man going around the neighborhood.
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Trying to lose weight? Need to feed a big family? Want to save on your grocery bill?
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When the Nazis instituted their euthanasia program in January 1940, they began by distributing a questionnaire to the directors of institutions where potential victims might be housed. One of the key questions, from a historian's perspective, focused on whether a particular mentally or physically disabled person was productive in any way. "These forms were sent to the directors by the...
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Deborah Baer Mozes thinks you need to go to a salon. It's not what you're thinking, though. The salon she's talking about has more to do with improving the interior, not the exterior, of your head. Mozes, the founder and artistic director of Theatre Ariel, the only theater company in the region to focus exclusively on producing Jewish works, has...
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Sat. Nov 29
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Ibrahim Miari
Jewish Studies Program at University of Pennsylvania
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