Saturday, April 25, 2015 Iyyar 6, 5775

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Cameras! Lights! Jerusalem? Yes, Jerusalem: The holy city is reeling with movie action, awaiting the 28th annual Jerusalem Film Festival next month. Set to unspool for a 10-day run beginning on July 7, the festival may be 7,000 miles from Hollywood but close to the hearts of cineastes for its taste of the world's best. Late Philadelphian Jack Wolgin gave...
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Dayna Stein, Jewish Exponent Feature
Summer surprise? Located at the southernmost tip of Israel, Eilat is a majestic port city that is home to beautiful beaches, a vast coral reef, and, surprisingly, a large population of local and migratory birds. Bordering the Red Sea, Eilat can give a vacationer the feel of a tropical resort, as well as of a cosmopolitan and modern city: Travelers...
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They were Logan's 1950s version of "The Braided Bunch." A knot of Jewish bakeries that caused clogged traffic along 11th Street in one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city was where those in the know knew that, OK, man could not live by bread alone -- but if he had to, this was the place to go. Bar and...
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Saving money at the pump is a road worth taking with these choices
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Memorial Day -- and upcoming summer -- blues over rising gasoline prices? Those increases may curb some road trips, but they can also fuel your creativity, resourcefulness and appreciation of great escapes close to home. Indeed, some travelers believe that the journey can be just as satisfying as the destination. This is particularly true with road trips, as the stretches...
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Susan Perloff, Jewish Exponent Feature
Imagine you have a rotten case of flu, and you haven't had the strength to go to work. You can't stand up, you can't think straight and you're bored, bored, bored. What do you do? Open a laptop and see what's going on outside your bedroom, or play Scrabble with Sam in St. Louis. But suppose that you're housebound or...
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