Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774

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Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
The last crumb of kugel is gone, and the leftover brisket has been put away for yet another meal. We try to hang on to the joy of the holidays, even though there are moments of bleakness. Times are tough. Ever-present thoughts of politics, recession, Israel's future and oil prices can make it all seem rather depressing. Sharing feelings and...
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Instead of the usual bagels with cream cheese and lox for breakfast, Jill Colella Bloomfield and Rabbi Janet Ozur Bass, authors of the Jewish Holidays Cookbook , suggest trying this recipe combining all those tastes together in one dish. This creamy dish tastes like an omelet and is easy to make. Smoked Salmon Frittata (Dairy) 6 eggs, beaten 1/2 cup...
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A young playwright pens a Jewish 'Field of Dreams' for brothers
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The Jonas Brothers rock 'n' roll; Josh Jonas' bros are all about rock 'n' soul. Jonas' "Capture Now," more Dylan than Devo, is a lyrical passage on loan from the mumbling bard's body of work, but is as clear and heartfelt as poetry between bonded brothers can be. The one-man show of many hearts -- in which the writer also...
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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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