Daily Archives: March 25, 2016

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Biz Ins & Outs

Minkoffs to pass JGDC leadership to Michelle Abrams Jewish Genetic Diseases Center of Greater Phoenix co-founders Dr. Sherman and Andi Minkoff have decided to step down from the JGDC board.  Dr. Minkoff served as board president for 10 years. The couple announced their retirement at the annual donor reception held at the home of Sheila…

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Chef’s Corner: A Passover Delight

I love the culinary challenge of creating fun foods that make Passover memorable. I’m a big fan of gefilte fish, and have enjoyed it many different ways. The simple ingredients consist of white fish, onions, starch, and eggs, and have been an object of culinary delight and a linchpin of “Jewishness” for decades. Gefilte fish…

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Passover Recipes

When we think of Passover, we think of food. Yes, of course there’s more to the holiday than just matzah. But everything we do to prepare for the seder and plan for a week without chametz (bread and other leavened foods) brings us back to old favorite dishes and new adaptations. We asked our readers…

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A Taste of Arizona: For the love of tamales

The Tamale Store $$ 13046 N Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 602-435-2604 thetamalestore.com It’s not a restaurant, which makes this an unusual restaurant review. It’s exactly what its name says, a tamale store. Those two words, Tamale Store, in bright red letters, caught my eye as I was careening down Cave Creek Road. A…

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New juried exhibit opens at Tucson J Sculpture Garden

The Tucson Jewish Community Center’s Sculpture Garden opens its 7th annual juried exhibit on April 10 with a reception, brunch and artists’ talk. Artists featured in this year’s juried exhibit include Gary Beals, Fred Borcherdt, Carlton Bradford, Bryan Crow, Steven Derks, David Flynn, Al Glann, Flavia Krasilchik, Daniel Lehman, Pokey Park, Lauri Slenning and Ira…

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Music brings new life to Anne Frank’s words

Grammy-award nominated soprano Arianna Zukerman will headline the Arizona premier of “Annelies,” an oratorio based on the Diary of Anne Frank, on April 9 and 10. Zukerman, daughter of renowned Israeli violinist and conductor Pinchas Zukerman, has a long and personal history with this piece, which she says resonates with audiences in a very powerful…

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Director of “Son of Saul” interviewed

“Son of Saul,” directed by Laszlo Nemes, won a 2016 Oscar for Best Foreign Language film. Whether you catch it at the theater or on DVD, it is intense. The film stars Geza Rohrig as Saul and is set in Auschwitz. Saul is a Sonderkommando, an inmate forced to drag bodies to the crematorium and…

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