Mishmash

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E-book, 208 pages
BY Ruchama King Feurman
August 29, 2013

At times whimsical, at times scary, Ruchama King Feurman has crafted a novel portraying a panoply of occasionally realistic characters living in Jerusalem. Somewhat Oz-like, there is an expatriate — a confirmed American bachelor who gave up his life in the states and traveled to Israel to find purpose in his life. Opposite him is CONTINUE »

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August 22, 2013

Florence Brill: I like the long one. I like that they can hold their breath that long. Shuey Goldstein: Teruah because it is the hardest one to blow. Tammy Lerner: The long one; it’s loud and makes you want to daven (pray). Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »

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iUniverse 2013, 180 pages
BY J.L. Witterick
August 21, 2013

“My Mother’s Secret” is an intense look at four families and their struggles, fears and courage in the face of the Holocaust. Told from the perspectives of Helena, Bronek, Mikolaj and Vilheim, each with a story of their own, this novel tells the tale of Franciszka Halamajowa, a poor Polish woman, who, with the help CONTINUE »

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BY Baltimore Jewish Council
August 21, 2013

When Rami Levy, a severe dyslexic who failed out of school, took over his grandfather’s store in Jerusalem’s famous Machane Yehuda Market, no one could have imagined that 36 years later he would be worth an estimated $500 million.  Rami’s chain of supermarkets, Rami Levy Chain Stores Hashikma Marketing 2006 Ltd., operates by offering the CONTINUE »

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August 15, 2013

The central Israeli city of Bnei Brak set what is believed to be the world’s longest Shabbat table earlier this summer. At 197 feet long, the table — set with china plates, crystal goblets and silver candlesticks, as well as traditional Shabbat foods — comfortably seats more than 300, Ynet reported. The municipality, in conjunction CONTINUE »