Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775

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Mordechai Shinefield | JE Feature
Ten years ago, Cathleen Cohen began calling artists in the Philadelphia community with the idea of using poetry and the arts to begin a dialogue with local Muslim and Christian communities.
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So, you're 13, your Bar Mitzvah is next month -- do you know what your favorite present would be? "Oh, that would be an iPhone," says Jacob Zelonsky. How about his theatrical alter ego, Michael, whom he portrays in the tour of Broadway's 10 Tony Award-winning musical, Billy Elliot? "Oh, he'd want a tutu." He pauses. "Maybe a pink boa."...
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Rivka Tal | JE Feature
Desserts, oh, desserts. How we love them so. It seems like there's a place reserved in our stomachs for dessert, no matter how full we may be. And there are so many sophisticated notions making the rounds these days for those with adventurous spirits: crème brulee, molten chocolate cakes, sage-infused ice cream. But then there are "comfort" desserts, ones that...
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Autumn is synonymous with apple harvest time. Here are some ideas on what to do with that bunch of apples on your counter.
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Would Michael Scott ever take his Office out for a halvah break? Not in Scranton. But quite possibly in Tel Aviv, where an Israeli version has wowed local audiences since last year. Shot in the shaky-camera style originated for the BBC program -- created by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, subsequently adapted for the American version by Greg Daniels --...
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