Sunday, March 1, 2015 AdarI 10, 5775

Think of it as an early spring awakening
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Ethel Hofman, Jewish Exponent Feature
THE JEWISH KITCHEN You never need an excuse to throw a cocktail party; it's an easy way to catch up with friends and neighbors. Time is set -- no more than two hours -- and there's no need for an elaborate spread; this is a "before dinner" affair. Drinks are essential. Know your guests. Favorite cocktails -- cosmos and cosmopolitans,...
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SPEAKING VOLUMES The older I get, the more difficult it is for me to imagine what my father's young life, especially his most formative years, was like. What I know of him is like a faint outline: He was American-born, the oldest of three children, and his parents were both Russian immigrants who met here. Raised in South Philadelphia, it...
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Four questions? More like a score. That's what playwright Matthew Lopez has raised in "The Whipping Man," his Civil War drama of uncivil behavior between peoples, now playing off-Broadway at the Manhattan Theater Club at New York City Center. Of all those raised, possibly the key question is: Why is this play different from all others? Because this one brings...
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End of winter, is it any wonder that Ravid Kahalani is feeling those Yemen blues? So why's he smiling? Because, he'll be the first to tell you, this has been no winter of discontent, but a winner of musical content wowing newfound friends and followers. And he's all set to sound off about it locally, as Kahalani brings his band...
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Michael Taylor can see Paris through his window -- and maybe even from his doorstep. After all, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, that iconic columned building he serves as modern-art curator, looks out on a parkway specifically designed in the style of Paris' Champs-Elysées. But now Taylor need look no farther than the galleries he oversees for a visual nosh...
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