Lantern Theatre’s “QED” Not as Special as Its Subject

Unlike Richard Feynman, who won the Nobel Prize by thinking outside of the box, Peter Purnell’s play about Feynman’s life works safely within the standard biographical play formula. A two-hour monologue about a famous person needs to have more dramatic tension, more imagination and more daring.

News & Opinion

Will the Senate prevent Obama from nominating another justice like Sonya Sotomayor?

Should Obama Start Compromising on His Agenda?

The President will have to deal with a Republican Senate for the first time in his presidency, but in important matters such as Supreme Court appointments, he might be more effective by standing up for his convictions.

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The Kosher Table

Zucchini Cake

Zucchini Cake for Thanksgiving

Zucchini’s winter spicy taste goes perfectly with a Thanksgiving meal, and most importantly for a post-Turkey dessert, zucchini cakes are parve. It may not look gorgeous, but it is moist and tastes wonderful.

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Wolf Names Katie McGinty Incoming Chief of Staff

The former chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality and head of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection will head the Governor-elect’s administration following his inauguration on January 20, 2015.

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How the Western World Funds Hamas’ Terrorism

The Palestinian Arabs are the only people on the planet that have been accorded by the U.N. their own agency to deal with their refugee status. The efforts of this agency have been subverted by the terror organizations that have taken over its facilities and resources.

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Arts & Culture

Five Pointz, three days before it was destroyed. (Photo: Barry Bub)

Book Review: Subway Love

Nora Raleigh Baskin’s short novel is a page-turner, skillfully designed to encourage both family and classroom discussion of difficult topics such as divorce, abuse, first love, intermarriage, and coping with the end or loss of both casual and important relationships.

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