Sunday, March 29, 2015 Nisan 9, 5775

Artists scarred by war see with new eyes
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Twentieth-century German art generally makes me sweat. There is little doubt that the most famous paintings of the Weimar period, which tapped into the horrors unleashed by World War I and the economic uncertainties that racked Germany during the 1920s -- the pre-Fascist period -- were meant to make viewers uncomfortable. This is not art that we long to linger...
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The Purpose Driven Life , Evangelical pastor Rick Warren's book about following the teachings of Jesus, has sold millions and made its author a household name. While Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis hasn't quite reached that level of fame, her books -- Life Is a Test, The Committed Life , as well as Jewish Souls on Fire -- which urge Jews to...
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The 'Seinfeld' character would go mano a mano for jobs with this model
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Daniel Lehman, JE Feature
Jewish Exponent Feature American Express. Avon. McDonald's. Neutrogena. Pampers. Panasonic. Sprint. Tums. You've seen Ellen Sirot advertise all of these products and companies, though you'd never know it. Sirot, 37, is a top parts model: She specializes in showing off her hands, feet and legs. Earning as much as several thousand dollars a day working for TV and magazine ads,...
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Actress Jane Seymour exhibits her art and a passion for life in a show by the sea
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A spritely splash of color on a white-hot spring steambath of a day, artist/actress Jane Seymour sees herself, tellingly, as ... teal. And then some. "Actually," says the English-born beauty with the porcelain rose complexion of purity if not abetted by rose-colored glasses, "I think of my life as [colored in] red and teal -- red for passion, and teal,...
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The ogre from Odessa? The monster from Minsk? Who knew?
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Will the rest of the summer film season be ripped to "Shrek" once the green ogre with shofars for ears opens this Friday? More important ... to some ... will the fairy-tale figure with a Scottish burr finally give in to his natural heritage and resort to spit-takes of "ch"? And just how does one say "don ... key" in...
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