Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775

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Maybe he who lives in Gibson houses shouldn't throw Stones? That may be the lesson to be learned from the recent behavior of "Scene's" favorite revisionist filmmaker, Oliver Stone, whose comments in an interview in the Sunday Times of London shows that anti-Semitism has a platoon all its own in Hollywood. Stone, out promoting -- with frenzies like this, who...
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It's too easy being green, so go beyond your comfort zone
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Linda Morel, JE Feature
For decades, you could count on finding a head of lettuce in my refrigerator. But I got bored with eating a tossed salad every night. Then came the rise of the mesclum mix. These medleys of baby lettuces made life so convenient. What could be easier than purchasing leaves in bite-sized pieces, avoiding a lot of cutting and chopping while...
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Eileen Goltz, JE Feature
At the risk of giving away my true age, I can remember shucking fresh peas at the kitchen counter with my mom. Call me old-fashioned, but I still do this whenever I can. Sadly, these days, few folks seem to want to take the time to find shuck-able peas, and then sit down and shell them. That's a darn shame...
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Was this lawyer from Langhorne the one that got away?
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Did top-notch personal-injury attorney Craig Robinson take it as a personal insult when he was left with the thorns and not the rose on "The Bachelorette"? Absolutely not, he avows. "I didn't take it personally." Personable and appealing, the Philadelphia-based, Langhorne-raised Robinson got his verdict just weeks ago, as ABC's water-cooler cool show now gets set to finalize it all...
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I have a soft spot for books like Jewish Philadelphia , works that allow you to "travel" -- even through the byways and side streets of familiar terrain -- without ever leaving home. The book's author is Linda Nesvisky, who I've come to know personally over the years once she and her husband, veteran writer Matt Nesvisky, settled in Melrose...
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