Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774

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I am a deep and abiding fan of Stanley Kubrick's films -- at least the early ones, before the bloat of "2001: A Space Odyssey" sent his career on a different trajectory altogether. And like most fans, I'm well aware, even when it comes to the films I hold less dear, that they're filled with striking images. You can begin...
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On the wonder ship, you can satisfy any taste
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
It was a special birthday celebration. No surprise parties or dinners for 100 "close" friends, or even an intimate family gathering. Instead, we chose to celebrate with our 5-year-old grandchildren, Nicole and Jonathan, on the Disney Wonder Ship. For five days cruising the Caribbean, we were immersed in a world of fantasy. Beloved Disney pals Goofy, Donald Duck and Mickey...
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My Father Is a Book , recently published by Houghton Mifflin, is a curious artifact of the literary life as it has evolved in the United States over the last 30 years or so. It's the work of Janna Malamud Smith, the daughter of novelist and short-story writer Bernard Malamud. Like her father, she has been a writer, though in...
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Three cheers for summer! We've waited all year for such weather; sure, it's hot outside, but before you know it, you'll be back indoors cooking a warm meal for winter. Summer is super for salads and cool soups, but there's no reason to skip out on dessert. There's also no need to overheat the kitchen to make a delectable finish...
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This summer, stop struggling to find the time and money needed for formal entertaining and focus on casual, inexpensive get-togethers right in your own backyard. Make the switch from hectic to laid back; get ready to greet company with a glass of wine in your hand and flip-flops on your feet. Whatever the occasion, here are a few major ideas...
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