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Jeannie Rosenfeld takes a look at the “exceptional” 1331 Nuremberg Mahzor, now on public display for the first time at the Israel Museum. Liel Leibovitz procures an unusual brisket recipe from a star chef. Marissa Brostoff investigates the reactions of synagogues to their congregants’ financial struggles during the High Holidays. Marjorie Ingall posits that the late Patrick Swayze, in his role as Johnny Castle in Dirty Dancing, represented a dying breed of irresistible non-Jewish men. And more to come throughout the day here on The Scroll.





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