Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774

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Michael Fox, JE Feature
The film adaptation of the bestselling book about a young bibliophile and the Jew she hides during World War II opens this weekend.
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Toby Axelrod, JTA
German authorities this week began publicizing some of the 1,400 works — including at least 380 that the Nazis had confiscated in a campaign against “degenerate art" — discovered last year in an apartment belonging to the son of a German art collector.
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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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