HomeLands: Happy Chaos in Worcester

Rabbi Aviva Fellman of Congregation Beth Israel, and her husband, Ari Fellman, tell us who makes breakfast, who takes out the trash and their favorite family story.

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The Price of Redemption

The Torah instructs that the first son belongs to God. Whether one’s faith is by the book or by the heart, the author finds there is always a price for redemption.

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Made in Philadelphia: The Marx Brothers’ first stage show, “I’ll Say She Is,” premiered in 1923 at Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre.

Of Stephen Sondheim, the Marx Brothers and 12 Other Things About (Jewish) Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has a history of pioneering Jews: the first movie theater in the world in Pittsburgh, and the Marx Brothers’ first show in Philadelphia are just two of them.

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The Liqueur-Making Jews of Curacao

The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.

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Jason Alexander Re-Records Epic 'Seinfeld' Voicemail for Kat Dennings

At some point or another — for better or for worse — we’ve all felt like George Costanza. Now, Kat Dennings can boast having a custom George voicemail, courtesy of Jason Alexander.

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