Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775

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Ben Sales, JTA
At the inaugural Jerusalem Biennale, all of the pieces on display share a single goal: to show that Jewish art reaches far beyond the kiddush cups and menorahs.
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Steven Cook
The United States doesn’t have quite the level of access to dates that they do in places like Morocco or Israel, but we do have date syrup, which has long been a staple in the Middle East.
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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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Arts and Culture Events

Sun. Jan 4
Congregation Leyv Ha-Ir ~ Heart of the City
10:45 AM
Tue. Jan 13
Germantown Jewish Centre
7:15 PM

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