Saturday, September 20, 2014 Elul 25, 5774

... and ours: The story of a Philadelphia street
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Bruce Buschel's first book, Walking Broad , published recently by Simon & Schuster, has an almost unbeatable premise. Not that it's so outrageously novel. Many other writers have wandered about cities -- generally along major, world-famous thoroughfares -- in search of the heart and soul of a particular urban terrain and its populace. In fact, this little trick was especially...
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Set the table -- and your sights -- for romance
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Dr. Ruth Westheimer -- aka "Dr. Ruth," as she's known to millions -- has assured us that an aphrodisiac is anything you think it is: "It's all in the mind," she says. Thus, in celebration of Valentine's Day, anything goes. We have the noted sex therapist's permission to plan a lover's day menu that may be indulgent, rich, guilt-free and...
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Try this fabulous form of cooking with something different -- fish
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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
Fish provide the most varied protein supply a home cook has, but what should be a constant source of culinary invention is more often than not prepared by rote. Broiled flounder, poached salmon or grilled tuna (on the occasions when it doesn't come out of a can) are served in endless rotation, even in the best kitchens. Part of the...
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Some good GPS advice: To get to "Avenue Q," go straight to "Sesame Street," and then make a U-turn. A really huge U-turn. Broadway audiences have turned to "Avenue Q" for the ultimate street theater that it is; the show, a parody of the puppets that make Muppets a must-stop pop on children's TV, hit the yellow-brick road and then...
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M.J. Fine, JE Feature
If any musical scene is going to reflect the clash of cultures, it's Israel. As people from all over the world have flocked there over the past 60 years, it's absorbed a multitude of sounds. And in a place so small, it would be impossible to segregate them and foolish to try; cross-pollination is what keeps music from stagnating. You...
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Arts and Culture Events

Sat. Sep 20
Mekor Habracha Center City Synagogue
9:45 PM-11:45 PM
Sun. Sep 21
National Museum of American Jewish History
2:00 PM
Sun. Sep 21
Movies @ Gratz Presents 18 Voices Sing Kol Nidre
Gratz College
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