Sunday, July 13, 2014 Tammuz 15, 5774

Not the movie, exactly, but the moment of truth for two filmmakers
By:
From a young age, I was a movie nut, watching whatever was on TV -- slashed to bits, I learned later, to accommodate commercials -- while also attending the neighborhood cinema at least once each week. Movie-going intensified in my teens as I added uncut Hollywood classics and European art films that were being shown at the revival houses that...
Comment0
What else to do with a car full of sports fans?
By:
Eileen Goltz, JE Feature
It seems appropriate that as football season gets into full swing, we celebrate by eating the quintessential tail-gate food: the "hero" sandwich. At its most basic, a hero -- or hoagie, as it's called in these parts -- is a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll, split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion...
Comment0
Israeli's jazz cool and collected -- from concert stages all over the world
Big careers from Smalls packages? Tel Aviv's Avishai Cohen's history tells such a story; new to New York in 1997, but already an established artist in Israel, he arrived at Smalls legendary jazz club as a man with a horn and a talent with a tale. It takes a village? It took gigs at the pre-eminent Greenwich Village landmark to...
Comment0
By:
The fate of Hungary's Jews during the Holocaust stands out as particularly tragic. I characterize it as such, knowing that there were millions of Jewish tragedies throughout Hitler's Europe, simply because, for so much of the war, Hungary's Jews had an odd, protected status, albeit through a confluence of quirks, both historic and haphazard. But following the German defeat at...
Comment0
For Sukkot: Keep it simple, keep it hot
By:
Linda Morel, JE Feature
What could be better than dining inside a sukkah? I love looking through a lattice roof entwined with greenery and gazing at stars. I love the scent of autumn air mixed with the medley of produce dangling from the sukkah's walls. I've always felt that Sukkot -- the Jewish harvest holiday -- beats Thanksgiving hands down. Sukkot not only lasts...
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Arts and Culture Events

Wed. Jul 16
Klein Jewish Community Center
8:30 AM
Wed. Jul 16
National Museum of American Jewish History
7:00 PM
Tue. Jul 22
Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El
6:00 PM

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement