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What is the key difference between Jewish style and certified kosher restaurants?

Where do I find kosher restaurants near CSUN?
1. If the restaurant is open from Friday evening to Saturday evening (Sabbath observance), then you know it is not a certified Kosher restaurant.

2. Kosher restaurants only serve either meat or dairy, never together in the same restaurant. Many well known delicatessens such as Canter's, Jerry's, Juniors and Brent's are Jewish style restaurant. They serve ham, and mix meat with cheese dishes. Pita Pocket and Falafel Kosher Express are also not certified as a kosher establishment despite their 'Kosher' signage. Delicious Bakery is not kosher as well (Hint they are open on Saturdays, true restaurants always close for the Sabbath)

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Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf Goes Electronic, Will Move to New Location

Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf (TBS) has a new newsletter format. After 47 years of hard-copy Congregation News, they have moved into the electronic age by having a new PDF newsletter format beginning with the July/August 2009 issue. TBS was renting space at Temple Judea in Tarzana for the past 9 years since they sold their property in Arleta, CA. Temple Judea will be closing due to remodeling and adding new complex. TBS will be moving to Temple Ahavat Shalom in Northridge, CA as of October 14th. TBS will be celebrating their 50th anniversary in June, 2010. For more info, visit their website at http://www.tbsdeafjewish.org or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Entertainment News with Jewish Ties

Matt Hamill the Movie, http://www.matthamillthemovie.com has Jewish connections - Eben Kostbar - Writer/Producer, Oren Kaplan - Director and leading deaf actress is Shoshannah Stern (TV show Weeds and Jericho). Inspires by the life of deaf UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) fighter, Matt shares his experience story in the movie.

Shoshannah Stern is also appearing in Deaf West Theater's latest production, Children of Lesser God as 'Sarah Norman' - the deaf student. It will open on September 6th and run through October 11, 2009. http://www.deafwest.org It will mark 30 years anniversary since the original production of a play that brought deaf culture to the forefront of the theater world, CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD, written by Mark Medoff that ran on Broadway from 1980-1982. Marlee Matlin won the 1986 Academy Award for Best Actress for her debut role as Sarah Norman in the Children of a Lesser God film which was adapted by Mark Medoff, Hesper Anderson and James Carrington from Medoff's Tony award-winning play of the same title. Medoff is also Jewish.

Article published on Marlee Matlin, her family and house

An article appeared in HelloMagazine.com, "At Home in L.A., Deaf Screen Star Marlee Matlin sheds light on the darker times of her life." The article shows several photos with her and her family and their house.

The article can be viewed at HelloMagazine.com

Posted 8/25/09
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