Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775

'Jewtopia' tops off a howl of a holiday greeting card
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Does "The World of Jewtopia" tilt from right to left? Well, it does have its own weird, wobbly spin -- thanks to First Citizens of the "World," Sam Wolfson and Bryan Fogel. Now the two stand-out stand-up comics/playwrights/actors are egg-nogging on fans to attend the Philadelphia premiere and pre-Broadway run of "World" at the Kimmel Center downtown. Latkes roasting on...
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Cantor David F. Tilman, JE Feature
Music for Chanukah, which begins on a Friday evening this year, varies widely from the traditional to the modern, from the serious and sublime to the silly, from the liturgical to contemporary whimsy and humorous satire. Cantors and music educators strive to bring the joy of the festival into the homes of students and their families through the music they...
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Eva Hesse must be placed on that ever-burgeoning list of crucially influential artists unknown to the majority of the general public. One reason for this unfortunate development may be that she died very young of a brain tumor nearly 40 years ago, when she was at her most productive and beginning to make a name for herself as one of...
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Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
Confessions of a latke lover: There was a time that whenever we added a candle to the menorah during Chanukah, my secret yearning loomed large and lasciviously -- the desire to have hot, fresh, crisp latkes on my plate at the same time that everyone at the table has theirs. Sometimes, I would imagine my aspiring latke consumers refusing their...
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Rivka Tal, JE Feature
Sizzling latkes, jelly-filled doughnuts, beignets, fritters, crullers -- the tantalizing frying fragrance of Chanukah is in the air! Almost everyone knows the story of the High Priest finding a small cruet of olive oil to light the Temple menorah -- that tiny jug that wound up lasting for eight days. To commemorate the miracles of "the few over the many,"...
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Arts and Culture Events

Sat. Nov 29
11:00 AM-5:00 PM
Mon. Dec 1
Gershman Y
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Ibrahim Miari
Jewish Studies Program at University of Pennsylvania
6:00 PM-8:00 PM

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