Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775

By:
Martin D. Davidson, JE Feature
As the year draws to a close, there have been some remarkable changes for the kosher wine industry that portend well for the future. After years of demonstrating that kosher products can compete with their non-kosher counterparts, a new dawn of recognition has descended upon the beverage scene, recognizing the quality, equality and sophistication attained with kosher wines. Royal Wine...
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Well, not so much toil!
By:
Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
It's as predictable as falling leaves -- with the first crisp days of autumn, my mind turns to heartier and more sustaining menus. A month of holiday meals to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, breaking the fast of Yom Kippur and dining under the stars for Sukkot is now over, and reawakened appetites and busy back-to-school schedules replace these Jewish holiday routines...
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A Holocaust memoir penned by someone who would go on to a career in the arts
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It's rare that the mails bring news of a small, independent press of note, and rarer still that the books it publishes are of interest to the Exponent . Rarest of all is that these works are of superior quality, ones that any press would be proud of having on its list. Such was the case with a small but...
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There's an environmentally sound place just for you
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
"A happy fish is a tasty fish." That's the word from Karol Rzepkowski, the dynamic managing director of Johnson Seafarms Ltd. Along with a team of world-renowned scientists employing groundbreaking techniques, this company located in the heart of the Shetland Islands has become the world's first producers of organic cod. These sustainable, farmed cod are raised to meet consumer demands...
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Water-logged tunnels taper off into the darkness, while a mangled rocket frame protrudes in the foreground. The underground chambers form a lifeless labyrinth of tracks, rubble, steel -- and the occasional shoe, the only souvenir of human life. These images, captured so starkly in Alvin Gilens' photography exhibit, "Inside a Mountain," now running at Haverford College, are all that remains...
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