Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774

It's an addictive fruit, so be forewarned
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Eileen Goltz, JE Feature
A poem for my friendly neighborhood mango fans: "Mango me baby, it's the fruit you need to eat, It's got vitamins and nutrients, and it can tenderize meat Sweet and tart and lusciously golden, red and green in hue This tropical fruit is perfect for me and for you." OK, so I'm not waiting for the Pulitzer Prize committee to...
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Cherry Hill's Aaron Lazar adds to his Broadway bounty with Feinstein's premiere
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Barricades do come down for Aaron Lazar, star of the 2006 revival of "Les Misérables" and the most happy fella -- well, he hasn't done that show yet -- to come out of Cherry Hill, N.J., chomping at taking the reigns of Broadway. Of course, there was the reign of terror that he was involved in two years ago, but...
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Who better to wish "Wilkommen" to the cabaret than Alan Cumming? The Tony Award-winning actor whose sexually charged m.c. provided major wattage for the 1996 "Cabaret" that was a stun-gun of a Broadway revival, recently reiterated musically why there's no putting this Broadway baby in a corner. Cumming to the cabaret, old chum: As the showpiece of an extended engagement...
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Jew-dy! Jew-dy! Jew-dy! Cary Grant as cantorial soloist? No, just the reaction from Judy Gold's heavy-mettle fans who thinks she's the cream (pareve) in their coffee. She gets to caffeinate and perk a lot this weekend, having a cup with a couple of stand-up shows at the Kaiserman JCC www.phillyjcc.com in Wynnewood on July 18, followed by her performance at...
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Z.P. Heller, JE Feature
"Talk is cheap," Rabbi Menachem Schmidt told an enthralled congregation on a recent Friday night, their half-filled plastic Kiddush cups raised high. "The reason we drink wine on the Sabbath is to show something special is happening here." The Lubavitch rabbi then led the crowd in prayer, eliciting a collective "Amen." Indeed, this was no ordinary Shabbat service. Schmidt was...
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