Friday, July 25, 2014 Tammuz 27, 5774

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Sure, give your regards to Broadway, but, regarding tricks in getting tickets to that hot musical or that new comedy ... and where do you park ... and did someone mention eat? Of course someone mentioned eat. Broadway is certainly a feast of experiences and, to some degree, overindulgences. But indulge someone with a love of theater the need to...
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Cantor David F. Tilman, JE Feature
There are many achievements of the Reconstructionist movement of North America pointing to the undeniable reality that this stream of modern Jewish thought and practice has become a major component of the American Jewish community. At its first music retreat, "Harmoniyah -- Let Us Make Harmony to God," it brought together professional and lay synagogue musicians for a gathering at...
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This is no program for the fashion weak. "The Rachel Zoe Project" is marked with a "Z" that would have had Zorro second-guessing the style of his own flashy cape. And that mask? Oh, how retro! At 46, Rachel Zoe Rosenzweig is a designing woman who has become a fashion plate of more than nibbles and nubs; she is stylist...
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David J. Wolpe's new book, Why Faith Matters , which has been published by Harper One, begins in a particularly powerful way. In what he calls a prelude, the rabbi, who grew up in Philadelphia and is the son of Har Zion Temple's rabbi emeritus, Gerald I. Wolpe, describes how he recently stood by the side of a hospital bed...
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Phyllis Glazer made aliyah from New York more than 30 years ago. Today, she is one of Israel's culinary stars as a journalist, TV personality and spokesperson. So when we were invited to her home in Tel Aviv for Shabbat dinner, I immediately accepted, certain that, although Phyllis is a vegetarian, she would respect her meat-eating guests, and there would...
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