Thursday, September 18, 2014 Elul 23, 5774

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So, you wanna be a producer? Maybe it helps to have a great director. Susan Stroman had a hit with the flopsweat of her "Producers" on Broadway in 2001; five years later, the director/choreographer - who made body "Contact" with the Tony Award in 2000 - is now watching as her Broadway Bialystock and Bloom bounce off the big screen...
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Harriet Goodheart- JE Feature
Do you remember what you were doing when you were 17? If your name was Jacob van Ruisdael and you were living in the 17th century, you were feverishly painting landscapes, astonishing canvases that would portend a prodigious artistic career. As a teenager in the Netherlands in the 1600s, Ruisdael certainly didn't have the options of instant-messaging or hanging out...
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Interested in taking a trip to the "Bermuda Avenue Triangle," where audiences in the past have gotten lost in the laughs? Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna - with Lainie Kazan joining them for the ride - return here three years after their other voyage-oriented title "If You Ever Leave Me … I'm Going With You." And "On the Scene" has...
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After purchasing a plot of land more than four years ago, Temple Judea of Bucks County is finally going forward with its plans to build a new home. After jumping from approximately 199 families in 2001 to its current membership of 279 families, the Doylestown synagogue has had trouble accommodating all of its members. Space in the building - and...
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I can't think of a better title for this exemplary monograph on the life and work of architect Norman Jaffe than Romantic Modernist - the perfect two-word summation of the artist's vision and style. I hadn't heard of him until The New York Times ran an article last August in its "House & Home" section, discussing an addition being made...
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