Monday, October 20, 2014 Tishri 26, 5775

Greg Salisbury

Arts/Culture Editor
Fest in Show
Ever wondered where “Hava Nagila” came from — and why it’s so ubiquitous at life cycle events? Interested in getting a violin’s-eye view of New York’s street music scene? How about going behind the scenes of Israel Defense Forces internal affairs investigations? If you answered in the affirmative to any of the above, then the Philadelphia Jewish Film festival is for you.
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Japanese Gem Downashore
When we want Japanese food downashore — be it sushi, robatayaki or just a wide selection of sake — our first choice is always Izakaya, the Borgata jewel run by chef/owner Michael Schulson.
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With your choice of a dozen films from around the world, taking advantage of the 32nd annual Phila­­delphia Jewish Film Festival could require some strategizing. The two-week festival kicks off Nov. 3 at the Gershman Y.
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In 2006, Arnon Goldfinger found himself in a situation familiar to virtually anyone who has experienced the death of an older relative. He was tasked with the responsibility of emptying out the Tel Aviv flat where his maternal grandmother, Gerda Tuchler, lived for 70 years, from the time she and his grandfather, Kurt, immigrated to Israel from Nazi Germany in...
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Jay Kholos doesn’t hesitate when asked where he got the idea for A Stoop on Orchard Street , his musical re­telling of the turn-of-the-20th-century Jewish immigrant experience in New York: “The Yankees’ Old-Timers’ Day,” he says with a laugh. Of course, that’s not the whole story behind the show that is now playing at the Dell Theater of the National...
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Profile

Greg Salisbury first came to the Exponent as an intern at Inside magazine. He has been the editor of Special Sections since 2000, the editor of Inside magazine since 2008 and the Arts and Culture editor since 2012.

He was born in Philadelphia, and has lived up and down the Eastern Seaboard.

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