Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775

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Oy, Jerusalem! The locus of love and heartache and war and winning and wandering Jews and wailing walls of emotion, it is also now the focus of a motion picture that scales its history, flat notes and sharp attacks, and puts it on a 20-foot screen, all still too small to take the Mideast measure that is this Jewish people's...
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"I Like Ike"? Okay. But I like icons even better -- and that's why I'm mad about "Mad Men." The AMC series, set at the tail end of the Eisenhower Era and shadowing the CREEPing importance of Nixon's beard shadow in the Big Debate and whether JFK had catholic appeal to win the election, has been a summer of love...
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"I Like Ike"? Okay. But I like icons even better -- and that's why I'm mad about "Mad Men." The AMC series, set at the tail end of the Eisenhower Era and shadowing the CREEPing importance of Nixon's beard shadow in the Big Debate and whether JFK had catholic appeal to win the election, has been a summer of love...
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Here is an original, all right, and everything about it is bittersweet
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
The title is somewhat of a misnomer. The Holocaust Survivor Cookbook, published by Caras & Associates, goes far beyond a collection of recipes, memorable though they may be. The table of contents starts out with a list of Holocaust survivors, containing more than 135 people from all over the world. From Austria, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Poland,...
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A chill in the air signals that summer has come and gone, and the foods of fall are making their way back onto tables across the country. The change in the season calls for a change in flavors, from light to crisp to hearty and satisfying. One ingredient makes a perfectly seamless transition from summer salads to fall suppers --...
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