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Movie, Book Updates and More


I will be attending a movie screening on Sunday with the synagogue’s 55+ group, entitled “No Place on Earth“. The producer, Rafi Marmor, will answer questions after the filming. I can not wait to see this. I have read about this particular event throughout the past few years, and am sure the film will be compelling.

I am almost finished reading Daniel Deronda, by George Eliot. I read it decades ago, and decided to read it again, as I have The Jewish Odyssey of George Eliot (checked out from my local library this morning), to read next, and wanted recent background information.

I also checked out The Real Jane Austen-A Life in Small Things.

I reviewed Triumph and Tragedy, by Rabbi Joel Padowitz, this week.

I also reviewed The Scientists: A Family Romance, by Marco Roth.

Do you want a recipe for almond milk? Visit Leora, at Sketching Out, for her recipe.

Visit Hannah’s Nook for a recipe for New York Style Cheese Cake.

A new Kotel site might be dedicated within the next month for non-orthodox prayer.

Here is a heartwarming story of long-lost kin who have found each other.

Shabbat Shalom!

April 12, 2013 – 2 Iyyar, 5773 – 17th day of the Omer

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