Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775

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In carving out an acclaimed career, James Woods has never given a wooden performance. Lively, livid, alive - his characters create a cascade of verbal hurricanes, with the star gleaning huzzahs for his efforts. How ironic, then, that Woods' most physical and perceptive performance is one in which only his eyes speak powerfully, poignantly for him. And in that performance...
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As rain teemed down on the roof of Gratz College, those seated in its large auditorium intermittently laughed, murmured and even wiped back tears in response to Marc Levin's acclaimed documentary "Protocols of Zion." More than 600 people watched on Jan. 29 as the film tackled issues of hate and anti-Semitism in post-Sept. 11 America. "We're here to discuss a...
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Just about two months ago, The New York Times published one of the most fascinating - and nontraditional - obituaries it's run in years. The headline, which looked more like the type that would accompany a news story and not a death notice, read: "A Nazi Past, a Queens Home Life, an Overlooked Death." It seems that Hermine Braunsteiner Ryan,...
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A month that's oh so sweet...
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Ethel G. Hofman- JE Feature
Americans are crazy about chocolate, though that's nothing new. Smooth, silky, sweet and intoxicating, chocolate has titillated the senses for nearly 3,000 years. Back then, the Aztecs regarded the rich, dark cocoa beans as a gift bestowed by the great god Quetzalcoatl to ease their earthly passage to heaven. The chocolate was reserved for warriors, nobility and priests. In the...
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