Saturday, August 29, 2015 Elul 14, 5775

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"Can't we all get along?" This famous clarion call for human bonding in an unglued world has been adapted and adopted in a most unusual -- and provocative -- documentary that is sure to inspire debates and denouncements. Between Two Worlds is a Jewish seesaw of cinema, a wickedly observed examination of how Jews pivot politically left and right. It...
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A romantic comedy not of getting physical but of getting physics? Losing Control loses no time in setting itself up as a madcap farce of mad scientists.
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Gold, who has written an acclaimed biography of the late Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai, has a special connection to Appelfeld, who has long been considered one of the significant chroniclers of the Holocaust experience.
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They're veggies and very versatile -- besides being healthy for you
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Linda Morel | JE Feature
Several years ago, I went to a holistic doctor, who advised me to eat 3/4 of a cup of cruciferous vegetables daily. "Cruciferous what?" I asked. I'd never heard of this powerhouse classification of produce, which is loosely lumped into the cabbage family. It includes brussels sprouts, broccoli, broccoli rabe, cauliflower, kale, turnips, collard greens, bok choy, arugula, watercress, radish,...
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This year's "One Book One Jewish Community" selection is NBC special correspondent Martin Fletcher's first novel, The List. The story begins at the close of World War II in London, where the main characters, Georg and Edith, a young married Jewish couple, have found refuge from Nazi Europe. They are eagerly expecting their first child. Still, all is not tranquil...
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