Monday, September 15, 2014 Elul 20, 5774

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Norma Schonwetter, JE Feature
I've been inundated by friends and family with erroneous information and questions about using plastics in the microwave and in the kitchen. Now, Jennifer Killinger, director of the plastics division of the American Chemistry Council, has substantiated my information with some interesting facts and disclaimers. It's time for consumers to become knowledgeable on this subject so they can discount ridiculous...
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Author examines why hereditary diseases persist
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
When just 15 years old, he noticed that his grandfather, a Holocaust survivor suffering from Alzheimer's disease, seemed to feel better after giving blood. He had a nagging feeling that somehow the two were linked, and so the young boy went to his grandfather's doctors to voice his suspicions. But he was turned away. They told him to go home,...
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Producer from Melrose Park tackles Tony project
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Todd Shotz is working on the side of the "Angels." "That's true, but let's be clear," he kibitzes as the baseball season swings into action, "that it's not the California Angels. I'll always be a Phillies fan." He's learned to play ball in the bigs as a Hollywood heavy-hitter. But it's the "Wrestling" arena where his tag-team match is playing...
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Rock 'n' Rollins and ... roots. It all comes together in a sand-swept season premiere of the rockin' "The Henry Rollins Show," airing Friday, April 13, on cable's IFC. The alternative rocker, who alternates between muses of musician/writer/talk-show showman, brings his tattooed tawny self to Tel Aviv, where his parade of punk poetry and right-on raps on the rites and...
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Duo Haroz givesa musical reading on trombone, harp
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Marsha Bryan Edelman, JE Feature
Most people think of the library as a place for quiet reading -- with the emphasis on quiet. But on Sunday afternoon, April 22, at 2 p.m., the reading room at the Bala Cynwyd Library will be transformed into a listening room, and visitors will be hearing a very unusual combination of sounds as the Duo Haroz presents an afternoon...
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