Friday, November 21, 2014 Heshvan 28, 5775

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This is the first in an occasional series focusing on young area performers with bust-out talent. At 21, Jackson Greenberg has reached the other side of paradise. This side isn't too bad, either. As he looks at life from both sides now, Greenberg has plenty of mirror space left to reflect on. Indeed, the Gladwyne resident is in a league...
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Ethel Hofman, Jewish Exponent Feature
THE JEWISH KITCHEN Early Wednesday morning is my special time. At 7:30 a.m., I get into my car and drive the short distance to Temple Beth Hillel/Beth El in Wynnewood. There, I join my morning minyan ladies, all of us who make up a minyan for morning services led by Cantor Eugene Rosen (who occasionally joins us for breakfast at...
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Beard or no beard: "a Jew is a Jew is a Jew." At least, so said Chevra leader Aryeh Shalom and several other Matisyahu fans interviewed before the Orthodox reggae star took to the stage at the Theatre of Living Arts during a Saturday night stop on his sixth annual Chanukah tour.
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Oh, honey, you are looking so fine -- but you knew that, didn't you? Why else would Sandra Bernhard -- she of the before-there-was Angelina-there-was-Sandra pouty lips -- call her new self-revelation of a revue, I Love Being Me, Don't You? Who wouldn't. The woman whose lesbian leitmotif threaded its way through Roseanne in the 1990s and made David Letterman...
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Just a few blocks southwest of the Topography of Terror, in the long shadow the museum figuratively casts, stands Daniel Libeskind's striking Jewish Museum Berlin. The 12-year-old structure was one of the outspoken architect's first designs to be built, though he was in his 50s by then. Severely angled, the building resembles a lightning bolt thrust across the terrain. Its...
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