Monday, September 15, 2014 Elul 20, 5774

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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
The zucchini are coming! The zucchini are coming! Hiding under mulch and poking through the foliage, they are ready to take over your garden, your refrigerator and half your life, if you don't take measures now to stem their tide. Every gardener or cook has faced the onslaught of zucchini, which descends each summer as the crops come in. But...
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Actor Michael Tucker lets the good thymes roll in his roamin' holiday of food, wine and ... kibitz
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Basta with the pasta, Michele; what about the bagels? "Ah, the bagels," and Michael Tucker lets out a whisper of wonder, letting on he's a man who's known a good bialy in his life. "Making bagels in a 400-year-old Italian oven. That's a great idea! It'll be the first bagel in that oven. Let's do it!" Why not? He's done...
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"There or Here" playwright Jennifer Maisel knows her place in the arena that is the MySpace for manuscripts. Her latest effort -- part of the just premiered PlayPenn annual new play development conference being held through July 22 at the Adrienne in Center City -- is out there on the topic of outsourcing, dressed as it is in the human...
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Here's is a no-brainer for a Brainiac: Lizzie Weiss, 22, who graduated from UC at Irvine with a degree in drama in just 21/2 years, just graduated from small shows to the big time in "High School Musical," as a member of the Brainiacs, one of the smart weapons/students who dot this delight of a dancical opening July 12 at...
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Winningham's winning roles a musical tuneful off-Broadway
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I'd walk a million miles for one of her smiles, sure -- but I'd walk "10 Million Miles" for one of her frowns -- those comical, upside-down, clown-caked put-upon pouts. And for those more serious sad and searing facial strains at the edge of happiness, where the lips serve as a tightrope of time and tears tugging for a time...
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