Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Av 12, 5775

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You can tell where Rabbi David Aaron's coming from, as we '60s kids liked to say, just by looking at the titles of his books: Endless Light, Seeing God, The Secret Life of God, Inviting God In and Living a Joyous Life . Add in the fact that Aaron is the founder and dean of Isralight, which his publisher describes...
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Will winner emerge from reality series to a chorus of Bravos?
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Would Rothko have survived Bravo? Don't know, but it would have been a bruising brush with greatness -- the artist who couldn't be painted into a corner, and the bravura network that has cornered some of the best of reality TV. Premiering on June 9, at 11 p.m., on the cable network, "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist" works...
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Keri Fisher, JE Feature
When I was a kid, chicken salad was low on the sandwich totem pole. It always seemed more afterthought than real food: All the leftover bits of chicken (including, invariably, some unidentifiable chewy parts), smothered in mayonnaise and garnished with the occasional speck of celery. But if you start with the right ingredients, plain old chicken salad can be so...
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License to ... kibitz? OSS 117 is an odd job of a super spy, a male piggish espionage "expert" from France looking for ex-Nazis whose own self-resistance is nil; that's OK because 117 is a zed. But writer Jean Bruce has his number, and the author of a series of books about this French foreign legume of an incompetent has...
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They are related on stage, but unrelated off, playing a Tzeitel and Chava who share different 'shtetls'
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Tzeitel and shtetl -- perfect together? On the one hand, the role of eldest daughter has done pretty well by a number of actresses -- Bette Midler, Sharon Lawrence -- in the 46 years since the original of "Fiddler on the Roof" first scratched out its timeless tune. On the other hand ... there is no other hand. And Rita...
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