Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

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Brian's song is one of sorrowful soul music, of hope ripped from hearts and lives lost at the hands of merciless monsters. It all plays out on a battlefield of barbaric dimensions rather than on a football field of fun and games, however, as Team Darfur is very much on the losing end of the twilight zone marked off by...
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You've definitely seen his drawings, even if you don't recognize the name right off the bat. You've seen them adorning the opinion pages of The New York Times again and again -- the delicate, fragmented nature of the lines that make up his art, always belying the strength of the political concept or metaphor at its heart. Or you may...
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While the warm weather's still here, take advantage of some sweet endings to meals
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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
There are 10 grill days left until Labor Day. That's enough time for the typical American to sacrifice a steer's worth of beef and several miles of kosher hot dogs to the fiery gods of Kingsford. Before the summer is out, we will slather everything from chicken breast to chili peppers with barbecue sauce. Neither salmon nor spud will be...
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Will the next winner be a klezmer king? The series comes to the city
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Worshiping false idols? Moses, it's time to climb down that mountain once more: The real "Idols" are coming early next year. But there has to be a starting point. And, in Philadelphia, where more than 1,776 -- more like 17,776 -- are expected to jam the Wachovia Center, "American Idol" -- in its great run up to the series next...
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If you can't do the time, don't do the crime. But Ben Feldman had the time. A successful New York big-shot, big-time lawyer and a real success at being in real estate, he left it behind to turn to crime. "It's such a kick," says Feldman. Kick it up a notch: His mid-19th-century crime story -- not his, but the...
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