Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774

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Debra Rubin, JTA
Five years ago he was D-Black, a hip-hop artist rapping about the violence, gang activity and drugs of his African-American ’hood. Today he’s Nissim Black, an Orthodox Jew davening in a Sephardic shul in Seattle.
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Do like the French — Manet specifically — and have a “pique-nique” under the trees
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Rivka Tal
The dictionary defines a picnic as “a meal eaten outdoors, as on an excursion.” And the secondary — slang — definition is, “an easy task or a pleasant experience.”
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Love, Loss and What I Wore
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Delia and Nora Ephron's play, Love, Loss and What I Wore, begins a two-week run at the Philadelphia Theatre Company on June 25.
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A King of Prussia native discusses his first novel — a coming-of-age story set at a fictional camp that was inspired by his alma mater, Camp Galil.
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Stuart Weitzman is a rock star. To be more precise, he is a shoe designer whose fans treat him like he’s a rock star.
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