Sunday, August 30, 2015 Elul 15, 5775

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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
Latkes may be the most popular Chanukah dish in America, but that's not necessarily true in other countries. Throughout history, exiled Jews have wandered the globe. Wherever they landed or passed through, they learned the dishes and ingredients of the region, and their cuisine was inevitably influenced by the non-Jewish environment. When they moved on, they took their favorite recipes...
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Some very well-known people speak of a lofty subject
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It's been noted by certain reviewers and pundits that God's been having a rough time in the bookstores recently. In what seems a concerted response to the zealousness of the Religious Right -- especially its effectiveness in politics -- a spate of books has appeared proclaiming atheism as a more potent and realistic creed to live by than any expression...
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Cantor David F. Tilman, JE Feature
With Chanukah here, it's time to submit a list of musical gifts to share with family and friends. Musical gifts are renewed every time they're used, listened to, studied and loved. The products on this list are certainly diverse; they include traditional musical material, plus items that reflect the first digital decade of the 21st century. · Best of the...
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What -- nothing to watch on TV? All you're seeing are reruns and a happy fellow in a red suit? And something about a strike? You've come to the right contest! "On the Scene" is offering a contest so bubbly, it may make your nose turn red. And for Chanukah -- eight DVD prizes! · "Brothers & Sisters: The Complete...
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So damned by genocide, Sudan is a desert of hope, forlorn and forgotten for so long. Until now, that is: Darfur, the sand-bitten beachhead of benign neglect by the world, is getting its moment in the sun these days. And "Darfur Now," a new documentary written and directed by Theodore Braun, lets the sunshine in as never before. Opening on...
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