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Jewish Food and Culture Fest 

When: Sun., Oct. 3 2010

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage was christened in October 2005. To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the museum is opening its galleries for free and inviting visitors to join in its third-annual Jewish Food and Culture Festival. It's an afternoon of entertainment with performances by Dance Israeli, the Friends With Benefits improv group, and Lori Cahan-Simon leading the singing of beloved Yiddish and Jewish tunes. The Marx Brothers classic Duck Soup will screen, you'll have a chance to play a game of — wait for it — Jewpardy!, plus fifty-cent tickets get you samples of delicious deli-style food from area eateries like Jack's, Corky and Lenny's, and Mister Brisket. Eat a lot — it'll make your Jewish (or Italian or Slovenian) grandmother happy. The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the Museum is at 3939 Richmond Rd. in Beachwood. Call 216-593-0575 or go to for more information. — Pantsios


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