Moishe Mana made his fortune moving New Yorkers’ furniture, but now he wants to move them with culture
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While Oprah Winfrey stole the show, Streisand's speech served as a welcome reminder that she was the first woman to sound the alarm in Hollywood
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As Jewish households all around the world gather this week to light menorahs and eat latkes, find out how familiar you are with the historical tale of the festival of lights
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