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Movie Review: ‘Woman in Gold’ – A Very Personal Experience

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Two Jewish Seniors Relate Stories of Viennese Holocaust Survivors with Film Review of Woman in Gold Read More »

Overcoming Our Personal Egypt(s) on Passover

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Even here in the 21st Century, we all have our own Egypts--our own "narrows" from which to be redeemed, just as the Israelites were millennia ago. Read More »

Passover 2015: A New Generation at the Seder Table

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A new generation carries on the traditions of Passover (Pesach). Read More »

Book Review: ‘Broken’ by Traci L. Slatton

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The German occupation created controls unheard of in the city of love. How might this danger have appeared to a fallen angel, one who had already lost faith? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Lion’s Gate’ by Steven Pressfield

Book Review The Lions Gate by Steven Pressfield

An excellent book which will give the reader much needed background and stories about the war Read More »

Book Review: ’50 Children’ by Steven Pressman

50 Children

One extraordinary couple put their lives at risk to rescue 50 children from Natzi Germany, during one of the most difficult times in Europe. Read More »

Music Review: Golem – ‘Tanz’

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Golem may not be your grandparents', or even your parents', klezmer band, but that doesn't make them any less authentic or inspiring. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Seven Mothers’ by Yochi Brandes

Seven Mothers by Yochi Brandes

For those who can read Hebrew, a fascinating new take on biblical stories. Read More »

Happy Thanksgivukkah: May Your Turkey Be Stuffed with Lots o’Latkes

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This year provides a unique opportunity to connect two already-bound holidays. The historical and religious synergy between Chanukah and Thanksgiving is undeniable. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The League’ – ‘Baby Geoffrey Jesus’ and ‘The 8 Defensive Points of Hanukkah’

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The show remains as hilarious as ever, not having lost anything with age, and still finding new ways to go with its story. Read More »