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Our parents and grandparents had just as much junk as we do. But without Craigslist and other virtual warehouses, they had to be more creative to get rid of their unwanted possessions.

Stoner Breakfast and All the Week’s Hottest Dish

A new Toronto eatery mixes blintzes and bongs plus all the week’s Jewish food news.

How the Archive Thief Saved History — Then Stole It

Lisa Moses Leff’s new book explores the scandal of Zosa Szajkowkski. The Polish Jewish historian dug up rare historical archives — then sold them to libraries, schools and museums for financial gain.

Is Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman a Feminist Dream?

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For Ex-CNN Anchor Who Converted, Judaism Sharpens Focus On Kids

CNN anchor turned education advocate Campbell Brown is launching a news site called The Seventy Four, referring to the 74 million school-age children in the United States.

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