Monday, November 24, 2014 Kislev 2, 5775

That's what to make
By:
Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
Once upon a time, not too long ago, in a home very much like yours, people actually cooked. They threw vegetable trimmings and chicken parts in a pot, and got soup for a week, without spending a lot of money or effort. They believed pie really was as easy, and soon after the first frost hit, they transformed any apple...
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Chicken soup's undeniable power
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
Chicken soup, more affectionately known as "Jewish penicillin," has been touted with curative powers for centuries. Beyond its health benefits, a good and golden chicken stock is delicious, aromatic, and serves as the base for a myriad of soups and stews. And where in the world would we float (or sink) our matzah balls if we didn't this wonderful stuff,...
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By:
M.J. Fine, JE Feature
Behind the heartbreaking headlines and gory photos from the Middle East, there are people who are just trying to get by. Cafe owners and bike messengers, mothers and fathers; people shopping for groceries. Yuri Lane feels them all. In a way, he embodies them all. But as exhausting as that may sound, the 35-year-old actor and musician says he feels...
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By:
Ryan Teitman
Jonathan Hertzel's sculptures look like pillars of metallic fire. They are figures in motion, undulating and mysterious. His bronze sculpture Narrator seems to wrap its way skyward in a twisting stream of curved metal. Another work, Gathering , appears as a swirling mass -- a cross between a whirlwind and a ballet dancer. Hertzel considers himself a figurative sculptor, which...
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By:
Ryan Teitman
The students tuned violins, cellos and guitars. They assembled trombones and saxophones as they milled about the room. They plucked and tooted on their instruments, individually warming up for what awaited them that particular Sunday morning. But when teacher Rachel Lemisch entered the room, she gathered the disparate players together in a way that made clear that this was a...
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