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Hadassah Magazine July 2016
Israel + Diaspora Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Next Act The first female Jewish Supreme Court justice has been in the news lately for her comments about Donald Trump, comments she now regrets making. When Ginsburg spoke with Hadassah Magazine just a few days ago, the great opera and theater enthusiast was getting ready for an upcoming trip to Venice, where she will preside over a mock trial of Shylock in commemoration of the Venice Ghetto's 500th anniversary as well as the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Salmon for a Spring Supper CULTURE + TRAVEL Kosher by Design Brings It HomeSusie Fishbein is out with the final installment of her wildly popular cookbook series. Her desserts are particularly impressive. Recipes to look for include New Fishbein Brownies, Strawberry Mascarpone Bread Pudding and Lemon Tiramisu.
Gourmet Grains and Greens CULTURE + TRAVEL Stanley Kubrick: The ExhibitionSan Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum gives famed film director Stanley Kubrick his first retrospective at a Jewish venue.
Advanced Style: Older & Wiser CULTURE + TRAVEL Meet Jessi KleinHead writer and producer for Amy Schumer's wildly popular television show, you know this comic is going to be funny. In her new book, You'll Grow Out of It, she gets up close and personal, too.
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Hadassah Magazine mourns and remembers Holocaust survivor and distinguished humanitarian Elie Wiesel. Wiesel was also a frequent contributor to the magazine. Here we share several of his memorable pieces.
Daniel Silva is out with his latest spy thriller, The Black Widow, and in it he offers a glowing description of Hadassah Medical Center.
Looking for a summer mystery? We recommend two new books from former members of the Israeli intelligence community as well as Behind God's Back, a Nordic crime novel with a Jewish twist. And in Should Have Played Poker, a Mah Jongg group helps solve two murders.
Indignation, a film based on a Philip Roth novel, follows Marcus Messner, the perfect Jewish son.
We are proud to announce that Hadassah Magazine has won four Rockower Awards, prizes handed out by the American Jewish Press Association!
In her latest President's Column, Ellen Hershkin discusses the double standard Israel experiences in its efforts to fight terrorism.
Hadassah Magazine wants to hear about your Hadassah jewelry! The magazine is planning an article on the decades-worth of jewelry created for and amassed by members, especially pins.
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