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Honest Tea’s Seth Goldman discusses ups, downs of running mission-based business
BY Marc Shapiro
April 10, 2014

When Seth Goldman started making tea is his kitchen in 1998, he couldn’t imagine in his wildest dreams how much Honest Tea would blossom. “If you had told me 16 years ago that I’d be running an organization that was involved in helping to eliminate millions of calories from the American diet, helping to promote CONTINUE »

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‘Noah’ channels God’s wrath, humankind’s fallibility
BY Michael Fox
April 3, 2014

An earnest amalgam of free-association Bible story, dire disaster movie and family melodrama, “Noah” is a more thoughtful and provocative film than one has any right to expect. Sure, it’s ludicrous and ponderous at times and embellished with gratuitous special effects, but it also succeeds in prodding the viewer to reflect on his or her CONTINUE »

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March 27, 2014

It’s often said that the funniest people are really the saddest. But that’s not the case with Modi Rosenfeld, an Israeli-born stand-up comedian who will perform at the Gordon Center for Performing Arts on Sunday, March 30. Going by the stage name of Modi, Rosenfeld is actually a very happy guy. It seems he’s also CONTINUE »

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BY Joshua Runyan
March 20, 2014

You certainly don’t need to be reminded, but there’s nothing like spending Purim in Baltimore. As if last week’s pre-holiday carnivals weren’t enough, entire streets became parking lots on Sunday, bumper-to-bumper traffic competing with costumed revelers in the race to deliver precious shlach manot to neighbors and friends. The scene was one of tremendous unity, CONTINUE »

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BY Joshua Runyan
March 13, 2014

You don’t need to be a political scientist to recognize that what passes for social discourse nowadays is anything but social. The severity of the invective and the frequency with which it appears can be observed in the corridors of power, can be read in the newspapers — particularly among the letters to the editor CONTINUE »