Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Iyyar 2, 5775

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I have always argued that the 1950s, forever pegged as the decade of conformity, were far more varied and perhaps even more revolutionary -- at least, in the realm of the arts -- than was the subsequent decade that's looked back on, especially by once-radical college students, with sincere fondness. Wherever you look in the '50s, you can see evidence...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feture
Jews have been churning out great books for thousands of years, going all the way back to the original best seller, the Five Books of Moses. And, particularly in more recent times, Jewish writers have mined the American experience to produce some of the more memorable novels available in English. With that in mind, Josh Lambert has written American Jewish...
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Rita Rosen Poley, JE Feature
During the last 75 years, the Tyler School of Art has occupied a bucolic campus in a sleepy part of Elkins Park. This remote haven offered student artists the opportunity to craft their art in a quirky studio setting surrounded by trees, streams and wildlife. At the same time, Philadelphian Jack Wolgin was building a business empire, largely based on...
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Celebrate Presidents' Day with your children using these simple recipes. The main ingredient, of course, is cherries -- in recognition of young George Washington and the cherry-tree caper. The following treats are all dairy. Cherry Parfait In a clear plastic cup, layer vanilla yogurt (or any other favorite flavor) and cherry-pie filling. Repeat layers until full. Cherry Popover Place 1...
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Louise Fiszer, JE Feature
I never could understand the allure of having a supposedly romantic evening for two at a restaurant on Valentine's Day. Spontaneity is out of the question because reservations must be made weeks ahead of time. And privacy is at a minimum -- just picture yourself in the middle of a whispered sweet nothing when the waiter arrives announcing his name...
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Arts and Culture Events

Tue. Apr 21
Katz Jewish Community Center Cherry Hill
10:00 AM-10:00 PM
Wed. Apr 22
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
1:00 PM
Wed. Apr 22
Temple Beth Sholom
7:00 PM-9:00 PM

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