Saturday, December 10, 2016 Kislev 10, 5777

By:
Jason Cohen | JE Staff
Benji Lovitt never envisioned himself making people laugh for a living. But now, after seven years of doing standup, the Israel-based comedian can’t imagine doing anything else.
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By:
Rachel Kurland | JE Staff
The 14 th annual First Person Arts Festival will take place from Nov. 4 through 15 and feature some distinctly Jewish spoken-word performances.
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By:
Tamar Genger MA, RD | JE Feature
With the combination of commercials hyping the 2016 Rio Olympics already in heavy rotation and sweater weather, it’s no wonder we have begun craving the salty satisfaction of a Brazilian-inflected meal.
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JON MARKS / JE STAFF
As a Jewish woman, researching the story behind her new music has put Mimi Stillman in touch not only with her own identity, but with those she’s choosing to honor in their personal pursuit of freedom. That’s why she’s calling her new CD, which is being released Oct. 30, Freedom.
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By:
Rachel Kurland | JE Staff
This year’s PJFF lineup has a variety of themes, such as Jewish identity, heritage and famous Jewish icons, each bringing forth a specific Jewish sensibility, whether directly or indirectly expressed in the film.
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