Saturday, July 12, 2014 Tammuz 14, 5774

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Alice doesn't live here anymore. She's escrowed her abode in the rabbit's hole for a tonier time in Mad-hattan, earning bows in the bowels of the Marriott Marquis Theatre on Broadway, attending tea parties that would have Michele Bachmann breaking open the scones and cream. It's actually all smoke and mirrors and looking glasses peering back at Lewis Carroll's classic...
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The new National Museum of American Jewish History will soon have a new director. Ivy L. Barsky, deputy director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage -- A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in New York, will become director and chief operating officer on July 1. Her responsibilities will include "oversight of museum operations, including collections, exhibits, education, programs and visitor...
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Desserts can be delicious without the milk and butter
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Linda Morel
WHAT'S COOKING? With all the various restrictions, are decent desserts even possible during Passover? "My particular talent is working around restriction," replies Paula Shoyer, author of last year's The Kosher Baker: Over 160 Dairy-Free Recipes From Traditional to Trendy . Her cookbook contains a chapter on Passover baking, as well as many sensational recipes minus the flour or yeast --...
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Louise Fiszer
BEYOND CHICKEN SOUP No sooner than the final crumbs of hamantashen are consumed, my attention turns to the next holiday and its desserts. What's helpful is that this part of the Passover seder meal can successfully be prepared beforehand and then frozen. The last thing I want to do on the days of heavy-duty Passover cooking is worry about putting...
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Israeli director puts his ear to the ground of a Bedouin village, and is startled at just what he doesn't hear
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Silence is golden and, in some cases, pure gold. Just look at filmmaker Oded Adomi Leshem's bulging bio and see it glisten from the addition of "Voices From El-Sayed." El-Sayed says it all for the Israeli director's career soundtrack as he shows his film about the Israel village with, it is reported, the most deaf/hearing-impaired residents per capita on the...
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