Thursday, September 3, 2015 Elul 19, 5775
The ogre from Odessa? The monster from Minsk? Who knew?
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Will the rest of the summer film season be ripped to "Shrek" once the green ogre with shofars for ears opens this Friday? More important ... to some ... will the fairy-tale figure with a Scottish burr finally give in to his natural heritage and resort to spit-takes of "ch"? And just how does one say "don ... key" in...
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Jerry Stiller not only breaks up audiences -- he also gets to break the glass in tonight's final episode of CBS's "The King of Queens." It may be the most unorthodox Jewish wedding of all -- neither bride nor groom is Jewish. But the rabbi? He's another story -- played by Josh Cooke of Gladwyne, whose bimah-bound bromide-spouting cleric doesn't...
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Think Da Vinci's was difficult? Spellbinding TV series gets helping hand from an inside source: the Vatican
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Torture and Torquemada crossed paths and pathology with the Catholic Church on the ruinous road to the Inquisition as the Spanish steps toward ethnic cleansing sent non-Catholics careening into a tailspin of fiery 15th-century moral turpitude. It is no secret that the Spanish Inquisition's inequities inveighed against its Jews, forced to convert or be condemned by a church hell-bent on...
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Dream journals being kept by students in a college psychology class have provided researchers with a unique look at how people experienced the events of Sept. 11, 2001, including the influence that television coverage of the World Trade Center attacks had on people's levels of stress. Reported in the April 2007 issue of the journal Psychological Science, the study data...
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Not Kutcher/Goldberg; there's brains behind the brashness
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"Is this the little girl I carried" ... wait, Poppa, they said drop her off at the bimah, not drop her at the bimah! Chupah chutzpah? It's "The Real Wedding Crashers," in which the march down the aisle may be by John Philip Sousa himself as brides and goons discover that love means never having to say you're sorry --...
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