Friday, December 19, 2014 Kislev 27, 5775

NBC may have yet another one in the flesh this season
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Hollywood Must "ESP" TV? Maybe. But can NBC increase its viewership by having an Israeli mentalist turning the remote on to its network without viewers even having to bother? Ben Silverman laughs at the very thought. Think of a number from 1 to 10 -- better yet, make it an audience share of 15. But then, as a primed prime-time...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
Rosh Hashanah brings change, and with this New Year, it's time for me to move in another direction. As I say goodbye, I wish everyone a happy and healthy 5768, and thank you for your reading loyalty. I also thank you for letting me come into your home for the last two years. I hope that those of you who...
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Perelman museum addition is a welcome work of art
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Rita Rosen Poley, JE Feature
Museums are the primary stewards of collections. They exhibit them, care for them, grow them. Over time, as collections get bigger, museums often find themselves out of space, longing for a way to burst out of their architectural footprint. Very often, the process of expansion is met with community opposition. In New York, three major museums have been in running...
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M.J. Fine, JE Feature
All odds are against the survival of a poem. The chance of being completed, the chance of being saved, the chance of being shared, the chance of being appreciated -- none of these are to be taken lightly. And yet, for some tortured souls, poetry is the one thing that sustains and affirms their existence. Consider Paul Celan. Though it's...
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Masada Siegel, JE Feature
"Rosh Hashanah is right around the corner, and there's got to be a story, but I just can't find it," I said to my Dad in the swimming pool. He looked at me and smiled, "What about writing how Rosh Hashanah is celebrated around the world?" "Boring," I replied. "I need a creative story." "Okay, what about writing a story...
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