Mishmash

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BY Joshua Runyan
March 13, 2014

By Rabbi Chaim Dalfin Jewish Enrichment Press, 226 pages Looking at the title of Chasidic ethnographer Rabbi Chaim Dalfin’s latest work, it would be easy to conclude that “Habad Portraits” is the sort of book that only appeals to either adherents or the academics studying them. Such an impression would be wrong. Presenting a collection CONTINUE »

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March 6, 2014

Dena Sondhelm: I went to sleep-away camps, and I just remember having to schlep duffel bags from one end of campus to the other. Susan Fehersmith: I went to camp in Hungary and I remember being really sad when my mom dropped me off and left me there. Kory Hardy: I went to basketball camp, and the counselors CONTINUE »

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BY Gerri Baum
March 6, 2014

If you’re into social media but haven’t yet discovered Pinterest, then you’re missing out on one of the hottest trends around. As a rapidly growing social network, Pinterest is a virtual museum of online pinboards that users create and curate by “pinning” images, sound and video collected from the Web. Pins can be pictures of CONTINUE »

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BY Rochel Ziman
March 6, 2014

By Nancy Richler St. Martin’s Griffin, 368 pages “The Imposter Bride” begins with the wedding of Lily Azerov, fresh from the experience of World War II, to Nathan Kramer, a Jew from Montreal. Lily is not who she claims to be. She is working hard to put her past behind her and build a new CONTINUE »

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February 27, 2014

Simcha Siff: Thanks for all the Mitzvah wishes for new born son. Daniel Goetz: Baltimore is ready for nicer weather to get outside with family. Scott Taylor: Revealing insight of the mass human suffering in North Korea and what are we going to do? Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »