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Sundown: Jeremy Lin Considered Tel Aviv

Plus, sardines are kosher, Mayim Bialik is quirky, and more

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Jeremy Lin at Madison Square Garden on February 10, 2012.(Chris Chambers/Getty Images)

• New York Knicks phenom point guard Jeremy Lin was in talks with Maccabi Tel Aviv this summer during the NBA lockout. But would he and Jon Scheyer have thought of this handshake?. [JTA]

• Great news (maybe?): Sardines are kosher! [NYT]

• Roger Cohen on Peter Beinart’s new book, The Crisis of Zionism [NYT]

• Female neo-Nazis are on the rise, becoming more active in their organizations. [NYT]

• Natalie Portman has signed on for two Terrence Malick films. [Jewcy]

• Jerry Seinfeld might be at Gotham Comedy Club tonight. [Gothamist]

This SNL skit has been approved by “quirky-girl patron goddess” Mayim Bialik:

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Interesting on Portman. Malick may be of Lebanese descent. Good combo.

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Sundown: Jeremy Lin Considered Tel Aviv

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