Mishmash

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BY Neal Gendler
May 8, 2014

By Daniel Gordis Schocken, 320 pages Daniel Gordis calls Menachem Begin “the most Jewish of Israel’s prime ministers” and a leader now much missed. “I wrote this book to find out why,” said Gordis, also a rabbi and senior vice president at Shalem College in Jerusalem. How could “someone so polarizing, so controversial … appear CONTINUE »

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May 1, 2014

Lambert Zirkind: It’s our place, it’s our home. Lindsay Gold: It is the place of our culture. There are so many facets of why it is important; it’s a place where we can all enjoy each other. Marsha Argo: Because it’s my ethnicity. It’s important that the Jews have a home. Want to place an order online? Visit CONTINUE »

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BY Gerri Baum
May 1, 2014

If your brain is about to explode from a stockpile of opinions, ideas and observations that burn to break out, then maybe you should consider blogging. Blogs are a great way to openly express your views on a variety of subjects, share vital information, educate readers with your wealth of knowledge and leave your mark CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
May 1, 2014

By Isabelle Foreman CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 34 pages As the uncle of two, a boy who will soon be 4 and a girl who will soon be 7, I read this book with great interest to see if I could pass it on to them. With a concept all ages can grasp, vivid illustrations CONTINUE »

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April 24, 2014

Margie Cohn: I love them. I  think they will come out in the middle of the pack. Danny Prero: Better than the past 15 years! Michelle Wions: I hope they do better than last year. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »