Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774

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Rivka Tal
Though the shnitzel has Austrian roots, food writer Rivka Tal says she'd wager that almost every Israeli household serves the dish at least once a week, and that it's always one of the choices offered for the main dish at weddings.
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Sophie Tucker blazed a trail for every woman, zaftig or svelte, who ever wanted to be an entertainer on her own terms. A one-woman show opening in Center City focuses on her 50-plus-year career.
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Two young composers who grew up at Congregation Adath Jeshurun will be coming back to the Elkins Park synagogue to hear and perform some of their liturgical compositions as part of a Nov. 17 concert that will also feature the work of the shul's longtime cantor, Charles Davidson.
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Heather Porter, JTA
Since Jewish film festivals in the United States were launched in the 1980s, the field has grown dramatically. Estimates vary, and depend to a degree on what qualifies as a film festival, but the total number ranges from 60 to well over 100 across the country.
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Steve North, JTA
Newsman Steve North recalls meeting with family of Jack Ruby — a volatile man with a penchant for violence in the face of anti-Jewish slurs.
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