Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774

Apples, which now fill grocery-store aisles, should dominate your cooking plans
With more than 2,500 kinds of apples grown in the United States alone, you have a bumper crop of fruit to cook with as the weather gets crisp.
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History hits the Arden Theater stage as "Parade" brings to life the story of Leo Frank, an Atlanta pencil factory manager who was convicted in 1913 of murdering a 13-year-old employee.
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The Jewish new year and Simchat Torah’s celebration of the return to the start of the annual cycle of Torah readings provided the perfectly-timed backdrop for a “beginnings” themed exhibit at the Rosenbach Museum and Library.
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"Jewtopia" revels in politically incorrect outlook on Jewish nuptials
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Jewtopia, a new film by Bryan Fogel, is a loose adaptation of the hit play and coffee-table book.
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Philly's comedy scene has grown so big that there's even a school for those who want to learn how to be comedians. The founder of Philadelphia Comedy Academy describes the "magnetic attraction" between Judaism and comic entertainment.
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Arts and Culture Events

Tue. Sep 2
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Friends of the IDF - PA and South Jersey Chapter
6:30 PM
Sat. Sep 6
Germantown Jewish Centre
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Sun. Sep 7
National Museum of American Jewish History
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