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New book explores the insane career of Syrian Jewish hustler Crazy Eddie Antar – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| August 25, 2022

(JTA) Crazy Eddie was a consumer electronics empire built on hype.

UK man who survived concentration camp as baby finally learns his familys identity – The Times of Israel

| August 25, 2022

Holocaust orphan Jackie Young searched painfully and unsuccessfully for the identity of his biological father for most of his life. He has known for decades that he was born to a Jewish Viennese woman in her early 30s, who was deported in June 1942 to Maly Trostenets, a Nazi killing center near Minsk, Belarus, where she was murdered. The womans name, Elsa Spiegel, appears on Youngs original birth certificate

Japanese American National Museum premieres cancer-battling directors film on pains of WWII incarceration camps – Yahoo News

| August 25, 2022

A film about a Japanese American family uncovering their forgotten history in the incarceration camps of World War II premiered at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles Little Tokyo on Saturday. Written and directed by Paul Daisuke Goodman, No No Girl stars newcomer Mika Dyo and Academy Award winner Chris Tashima, along with an ensemble of Japanese American talent.

Licorice Pizza to Galaxy Quest: the seven best films to watch on TV this week – The Guardian

| August 20, 2022

Pick of the weekLicorice Pizza Paul Thomas Andersons comedy-drama is a colourful slice of nostalgia, delighting in the passion and possibilities of youth. In 1973 Los Angeles, a relationship develops between 15-year-old actor and waterbed entrepreneur Gary (Cooper Hoffman, son of Philip Seymour) and mid-20s photographers assistant Alana (Alana Haim of sibling rock trio Haim).

Fascinating Details of Judean Shepherd’s Life 6000 Years Ago Revealed by New Tech – Ancient Origins

| August 20, 2022

New technology has allowed scientists to discover fascinating details about the life of a Judean shepherd that lived and died around 6,000 years ago.

The Pletzel of Paris and The Bread That Shares Its Name – aish.com – Aish.com

| August 18, 2022

The simple flatbread of our shtetl ancestors. Flour, salt, yeast, water, oil, onions, and poppyseeds. Welcome to the gloriously simple pletzel.

Archaeologists discover mosaic with inscription to Peter that may point to location of his home – The Christian Post

| August 18, 2022

Aerial view of the Church of the Apostles, which is said to have been built over the house of Jesus' disciples Peter and Andrew. | Screenshot/Fox News Archaeologists say they have discovered an inscription that may further indicate the location of the biblical town identified as the home of the Apostles Peter and Andrew. Archaeologists announced last week that, while digging various holes and channels in a series of excavations, they uncovered an ancient mosaic with a large Greek inscription regarding the Peter and Andrew of the New Testament

Wolfgang Petersen another celebrity to succumb to pancreatic cancer – Calgary Herald

| August 18, 2022

Breadcrumb Trail Links In a career that spanned over five decades, Petersen directed stars like Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt. Publishing date: German director, filmmaker and screenwriter Wolfgang Petersen, best known for his work on the films Das Boot (The Boat), and Air Force One has died at age 81 from pancreatic cancer

A Cry in the Wilderness: How Jewish Organizations Can Help With Jewish Genetic Diseases – Jewish Journal

| August 12, 2022

Across the world, especially here in the United States, Jews have access to an incredible network of Jewish organizations, but where is the support for those suffering from Jewish genetic diseases? Growing up, I was a privileged beneficiary of an incredible Jewish summer camp (Ramah Ojai), Jewish education at Brandeis Marin, and expansive Jewish social networks

Azerbaijan’s Minister of Youth and Sports meets with Chief Rabbi of Ashkenazi Jewish community in country – AZERTAC News

| August 12, 2022

Baku, August 6, AZERTAC Azerbaijani Minister of Youth and Sports Farid Gayibov has met with Chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazi Jewish community in the country Shneor Segal. During the meeting, the sides discussed the current state of and future prospects for cooperation.


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