Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775

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In early November, The New York Times ran an article about fashion photographer Lillian Bassman, who was, in the 1940s and '50s, a leading light at Harper's Bazaar , where her striking, experimental fashion images first appeared. Then, as times and tastes changed, she fell into obscurity, and almost stopped taking pictures altogether. A small number of photographic connoisseurs remembered...
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It's a minyan of mirth - and what better way to bring in the New Year than with gales of guffaws and loads of laughs! Fill up at Helium, the new Center City comedy club that's playing host to a slew of national names on the comedy circuit. And, now, 10 lucky "Sceners" - an "On the Scene" winner and...
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Despite all the critical hoopla and applause, Eli Roth still can’t count on his actors to give him a hand. Most likely, they have none left. For Roth, whose macabre and mordant new movie is set for a “Hostel” takeover of screens Friday, Jan. 6, becoming a member of his acting company is tantamount to becoming a dismember. Blood, gore,...
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"Munich" is far from a popcorn movie for Dr. Benjamin Berger, albeit one salted with the tears of memory. Indeed, the refrain, "It's just a movie," takes on a sad, dissatisfying, Tinseltown twist for this doctor from Shaker Heights, Ohio. For the elderly Berger, "Munich," after all, is not just a movie. It's family history. Berger's son, David, was the...
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NBC's 'must-see' TV adds some local royalty to its lineup
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Hollywood, Calif. He has gone from being a prince of Overbrook Park to a "King" of network television. And when Seth Green takes his regular royal slot as one of NBC's "Four Kings," premiering Jan. 5, he will make yet another adjustment to that well-crafted crown of comedy he's been carefully wearing since 1987, when he starred as little Woody...
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Arts and Culture Events

Fri. May 29
Germantown Jewish Centre
6:00 PM
Sun. May 31
Germantown Jewish Centre
7:00 PM
Mon. Jun 1
National Museum of American Jewish History
10:30 AM-5:30 PM

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