Friday, February 27, 2015 AdarI 8, 5775

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You've definitely seen his drawings, even if you don't recognize the name right off the bat. You've seen them adorning the opinion pages of The New York Times again and again -- the delicate, fragmented nature of the lines that make up his art, always belying the strength of the political concept or metaphor at its heart. Or you may...
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Hollywood — What would God say? "Good question," quietly replies Mark Nelson, veepee and senior exec producer of CNN Productions, whose three-part "God's Warriors," premiering on the cable network Tuesday night, takes the question, "Whose side is God on?" and plays "Jeopardy" with the answer. In examining the fierce role fundamentalism plays in Judaism (Aug. 21), Islam (Aug. 22) and...
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They're bad, they're bad -- which may be very good for the box office
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"Superbad" is as good as it gets for those who look in the mirror and see Snow White looking back when wishing for the Wicked Witch. Of course, that's way better than reflecting on acne, which can be the acme of angst for any teen male wearing out the groove in Madonna's "Like a Virgin," looking for life lessons. After...
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Martin Davidson, JE Feature
As the balmy days of summer continue, and with the High Holidays arriving in the warmer part of the year, why not seek out a drink that will not only quench thirst and complement worship, but refresh and re-energize as well? This season, try a kosher rosé -- pleasantly pink and light as a summer aperitif. Eighty percent of rosés...
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YAKIMA, Wash. — With the cherry harvest now winding down, the Northwest Cherry Growers are sounding a call to get them while you can. Based on weather conditions in the Pacific Northwest, growers expect an increase in the production of late-season cherries, which will result in a consistent availability of the fresh fruit through month's end. "Over the last few...
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