Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

Offbeat musings on arts, culture and Philadelphians
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The Young & the Marching As Victor Newman, Eric Braden has been on “The Young and the Restless” for 25 years (well, maybe not so young anymore). But TLW gives him the distinction of actually being the bold and the beautiful. How else to describe the heartfelt move the gentile German native made by taking part in the recent March...
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Don't ask how he did it, but TLW was able to get his hands on some of the video they didn't use in Katie Couric's interview last week with "Runaway Bride" Jennifer Wilbanks. On the editing-room floor was left behind this exchange: KC: So, tell me, Jen - and I feel like we're old friends by now - was there...
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Now, after all these years, it can be revealed: The object of throaty Carly Simon's "You're So Vain"? Mick? Warren? No, she recently kibitzed to a reporter: "It's Mark Felt!" Guess he took his "clouds in his coffee" to ward off the chill while standing in that drafty garage.
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Is the CBS eye seeing red? Or is it just bloodshot from the shots the network's taken? Two seasons after enduring controversy about reportedly planning a Hitler mini-series about the "good" young Hitler - and later airing a film that had no relation to that conceit at all - the network was quick to put the kibosh on any rumor...
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The name of the frozen game: sorbets
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Lorna Rosenberg
When the sun is high and the temperature rises, teens reach for frozen treats to cool off. Drinkable delights like slushies, smoothies and shakes are all tempting, and local favorites like water ice and soft custard give teens and their families a summertime destination after an evening at the movies or miniature golf. So, what frozen items can you make...
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