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For the Jewish holy month, a feast of food and design from their Mumbai outposts – Architectural Digest India

| October 4, 2021

Almost 2,200 years ago, seven Jewish families from Israel fled the tyranny of a Greek emperor and arrived at the Konkan Coast of Maharashtra. Some couldnt survive the distance from home, while others disappeared under capsized boats

edwins too to host Saturday Sessions series – Cleveland Jewish News

| October 4, 2021

edwins too, a culinary incubator, community kitchen and event space by EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute, will start hosting its Saturday Sessions event series on Oct. 16. The live music and dinner event will showcase local and internationally known musical artists on a stage at 13220 Shaker Square in Cleveland

He found his forever home in the dog-eat-dog world of hot sauce J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 4, 2021

Scott Zalkinds childhood could easily be seen as a harbinger of what was to come, as evident in the first of several fun facts about the East Bay hot sauce connoisseur: 1. When he was a kid, Zalkind and his brother would dare each other to see how many firecracker cayenne chilies they could eat in a Chinese restaurant. (He says he would get cracked out on hot sauce, no matter which cuisine it accompanied.) 2

Basque in the glory of John Banville’s elegant thriller April in Spain – Independent.ie

| October 4, 2021

April in Spain John Banville Faber, 16.99 here is no clear distinction to be made between John Banvilles crime novels and his other fiction. There is the same elegant pacing, crafted prose and detailed examination of relationships personal, social and political that won him the Booker Prize. As Benjamin Black or under his own name, crime as a genre suits Banville.

Chef Al Brown on a lifetime of unease and finally finding the jacket that fits – Stuff.co.nz

| October 4, 2021

For the past few years, stories of Al Brown have always mentioned his cap. Hes been rarely without one, this past decade or so. Hes made a basic, brimmed baseball-style cap part of what we might call, oxymoronically, an informal uniform, typically rounded out by a loose shirt or jacket over a T-shirt, jeans, and signature heavy-rimmed glasses

At this Tel Aviv cafe, baristas serve you espresso with a side of Jesus – Connecticut Jewish Ledger

| October 4, 2021

By Abby Seitz TEL AVIV (JTA) From the outside, HaOgen Cafe looks a lot like the many other espresso spots that line the streets of Tel Aviv.

Jewish Religious Tradition and Spirituality in a Naturalistic Perspective – Patheos

| October 4, 2021

(This article is written by guest writer Aron Gamman.) Exploring Judaism through the lens of Spiritual Naturalism brings forth many possibilities. On the one side it challenges Jewish traditions by denying a supernatural agency.

Inside the Far-right Podcast Ecosystem, Part 4: Far-Right Podcasting, Past and Present – Southern Poverty Law Center

| October 4, 2021

Far-right extremists efforts to cultivate a wide network of content creators reveal how long-standing trends in the movements embrace of audio propaganda are bound up with the current reliance on a growing number of multimedia platforms. Since the advent of home radio, far-right extremists have used audio broadcasts to communicate with supporters and inspire on-the-ground organizers to carry out rallies or even attacks. While the technologies favored by far-right extremists have changed considerably through the years, these broadcasts continue to play a no less crucial role in the movement, particularly in connection to cultivating real-world activity

Inside the Far-right Podcast Ecosystem, Part 2: Richard Spencer’s Origins in the Podcast Network – Southern Poverty Law Center

| October 4, 2021

A network of podcasts, including one which featured former President Donald Trumps eldest son as a guest in 2016, fueled the rise of one of the core leaders of the modern white nationalist movement. Richard Spencer, a prominent white nationalist figurehead during the Trump era, was one of dozens of up-and-coming extremists who leveraged a network of far-right podcasts to mobilize followers and turn his movement into a household name

Survivors photo wrongly used as pic of the Nazi suspect she testified against – The Times of Israel

| October 4, 2021

A picture being widely used in media outlets as purportedly showing Irmgard Furchner, a former Nazi concentration camp secretary on trial in Germany, is actually that of a 99-year-old survivor of the camp whose testimony is part of the case against Furchner. Yehudit (Dita) Sperling is one of several survivors of the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland who have provided testimony in the case against Furchner, who face charges of complicity in the murder of more than 10,000 people


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