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    MORE UPCOMING EVENTS IN NEW JERSEY Circle of Single Jewish Friends (49+) Meet and Eat Lunch November 19, 2006 (Sunday) 12:00 NOON at the Jade Dynasty Chinese
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      MORE UPCOMING EVENTS IN NEW JERSEY
      Circle of Single Jewish Friends (49+) Meet and Eat Lunch November 19,
      2006 (Sunday)
      12:00 NOON at the Jade Dynasty Chinese Restaurant
      925 Amboy Avenue
      Edison, New Jersey 08837

      The phone number for the Jade Dynasty Chinese Restaurant in case you
      get lost or
      need directions is: (732)738-5757
      If you are taking the Garden State Parkway southbound
      get off at the exit for US-1 South via EXIT 130 from the Garden
      State Parkway
      Southbound go 1.6 miles
      then Turn LEFT onto LAFAYETTE AVE / CR-657. for 0.2 miles
      then Turn LEFT onto AMBOY AVE / CR-501. for 0.4 miles
      End at 925 Amboy Ave Edison, NJ 08837 directions above are
      excerpted from Mapquest

      Cost of meal off menu/tip, plus $3.00
      Please RSVP Roberta at (908) 668-8450.
      Roberta Karstadt-Spencer roger@...
      Roger AT superlink.net
      Please respond to Roberta re the event above, not to me. Thank you.
      Roberta and her friends really know how to publicize their events in
      newspapers, etc. They always get a great turnout for their events.










      Central Jersey Vegetarian Group
      November 23rd Thursday 3 p.m. Veggie Heaven Enjoy a vegetarian
      Thanksgiving. 1119 route 46 E. Troy Hills Shopping Center Parsippany,
      New Jersey
      re: the event above Please respond as far ahead of time as possible
      to the
      Central Jersey Vegetarian Group
      P.O.Box 952 Manville, New Jersey 08835
      908 281-6388 http://www.cjvg.org
      info@...
      info AT cjvg.org

      The Veggie Heaven Chinese Kosher totally vegetarian restaurant
      is a 100% non-smoking restaurant, is moderately priced, has brown
      rice, does not use MSG or animal products, is Kosher and totally
      vegetarian, has plenty of free parking and is easy to reach from
      nearby highways.


      Here are the directions to Veggie Heaven It is a Vegan Chinese
      Totally Vegetarian Kosher Restaurant. The restaurant is located in
      Parsippany, New Jersey at 1119 Route 46 East #8A Parsippany, New
      Jersey, in a shopping center which has plenty of parking and is near
      Route 80. The telephone numbers of the restaurant are 973 335-9876
      and 973 263-8331 the zip code, if you are using Mapquest, is 07054.


      From the West (I-80)Take I-80 East and exit at the Lake
      Hiawatha/Whippany exit. Make a left at the light at the exit go past
      the entrance ramp which would put you back onto Route 80 going west
      and make a left turn into the shopping center.


      From the South (I-287) Take I-287 North to the exit for I-80


      EASTBOUND / Route 46 EAST BOUND. Bear to the left when exiting I-287.
      You will be on the I-80 service Rd. Continue to the first exit which
      is the Lake Hiawatha/Whippany exit then follow directions above.


      FROM THE GARDEN STATE PARKWAY TAKE EXIT 145 TO ROUTE 280 WEST THEN
      Take the NEW
      RD exit- exit number 1. 0.15 miles Keep RIGHT at the fork in the
      ramp. 0.07
      miles Stay straight to go onto NEW RD. 0.63 miles Turn LEFT onto US-
      46 W.
      DRIVING WEST ON ROUTE 46 Continue for two traffic lights (second
      light is
      Parsippany-Troy Hills Shopping
      Center)which is at the INTERSECTION of Route 46 and Beverwyck Road AT
      WHICH YOU COULD TURN RIGHT TOWARDS LAKE HIAWATHA, INSTEAD OF TURNING
      RIGHT HOWEVER TURN LEFT AT THAT INTERSECTION ONTO SOUTH BEVERWYCK
      ROAD,THEN TURN RIGHT INTO THE SHOPPING CENTER ITSELF WHICH IS BEFORE
      THE WEST BOUND RAMP TO ANOTHER HIGHWAY DO NOT TURN RIGHT INTO THE
      BANK BUT TURN RIGHT BEYOND THE BANK AND INTO THE SHOPPING CENTER,
      VEGGIE HEAVEN
      IS NEAR THE HEALTH FOOD STORE AND IS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SHOPPING
      CENTER, WHICH
      HAS PLENTY OF PARKING IF YOU GET LOST CALL THE RESTAURANT FOR
      DIRECTIONS


      The
      telephone numbers of the
      restaurant are 973 335-9876 and 973 263-8331 the zip code, if you
      are using Mapquest, is 07054. The restaurant is a non-smoking
      restaurant and moderately priced. The restaurant states that it does
      not use MSG and does not use any animal products at all.
      It is certified Kosher by United Kosher Supervision P.O. Box 317
      Monsey, NY 10952 Phone: (845) 352-1010 Fax: (845) 352-0316
      Rabbinic Administrator: Rabbi Yaakov Spivak






      additional vegetarian resources:
      http://jewishveg.blogspot.com/
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/VeggieJews

      http://www.jcconthepalisades.org/articlenav.php?id=293
      information directly below was found at url directly above
      Singles 30-47
      Brunch & Connecting in Conversation
      The Listening Leader
      Sunday, November 5 • 11:30 am
      A Book Talk and Signing with Dr. Richard Harris.
      Dr. Harris will discuss his new book The Listening Leader and ways to
      make deeper connections with others through influential listening.
      Learn to
      be an engaging listener and how to turn awkward conversations into
      genuine
      and satisfying dialogues. Enjoy bagels, cheeses, salads, coffee,
      cake and more
      before the presentation.
      Reservations required, call ext. 435
      $13 if paid by November 2, $18 at the door
      Cosponsored with Singles 40-57

      Monday Night a the Movies
      Oh Brother Where Art Thou?
      Monday, November 13 • 7pm
      This Cohen's Brothers' film stars George Clooney and John Turturro.
      It
      is a wildly ambitious and joyous spoof on The Odyssey. Reception with
      coffee and cake for singles only at 7 and then we will join others
      for the film
      at 7:30. Mr. Harold Chapler will give us some pointers when
      introducing
      the film and then share his expertise with us at an optional
      discussion
      following the movie.
      $4 JCC member • $6 nonmember
      Cosponsored with Singles 40-57 & School of Performing Arts

      Dinner out at Bensi's Italian Restaurant
      In Paramus Park Mall
      Wednesday, November 15 • 7:30 pm
      You can get some of your holiday shopping done early and then join
      other
      singles for a delicious dinner and socializing at Bensi Restaurant,
      700
      Paramus Park Mall (at the Macys wing near Lego Land). Menu includes
      salad, a pasta dish, choice of entrées (including fish or pasta),
      soda, coffee
      and tea.
      Reservations required, call ext 435
      $27 if paid by Nov 13, $30 after

      Shabbat for Singles
      For Singles 35-65
      Friday, December 1 • 7:00pm
      Montebello Jewish Center, 34 Montebello Rd., Suffern, NY.
      For further information call 845.362.4400 ext. 112.
      No Fee

      "Sushi & Latkes": Japanese Chanukah Singles Party
      for singles 30-49 only
      Tuesday, December 19 • 7:30pm
      Takes place at the JCC-Y. Celebrate Chanukah like you never have
      before!
      Enjoy a night of Sushi, Latkes and other festive foods! Games
      (Suduko!),
      Prizes, Fun!
      For fees & to register, call Jamie at (845) 362-4400 ext. 117.
      Reservations
      Required.

      Chanukah Rock `n' Bowl
      Saturday, December 23 • 8:30pm
      Takes place at Bowler City in Hackensack (85 Midtown Bridge
      Approach).
      You'll be bowling to the tunes played by "Rock `n' Bowl DJ." Switch
      lanes after the first game. Enjoy refreshments, soda and socializing
      before
      you bowl the second game. Shoes will be paid for at bowler's expense.
      Reservations required, call ext. 435.
      $16 if paid by December 21, $20 late fee

      NOT FOR SINGLES ONLY
      Public Affairs presents: A Nation of Priests and Pundits
      Wednesday, November 1 • 7:30 pm
      John, Paul, George, Ringo. William, Frank, Thomas and David. Just as
      your favorite Beatle tells you what kind of person you are, your
      favorite New
      York Times columnist reveals what kind of Jew you are. Join an award-
      winning journalist for a discussion of a quartet of America's top
      Jewish op-
      ed columnists, past and present, and what they reveal about the many
      styles
      of modern-day Jewish political and religious identity. Andrew Silow-
      Carroll, one of the most experienced journalists in the Jewish press
      and
      editor in chief of the New Jersey Jewish News, will lead our
      discussion.
      Free and open to the community
      Sponsored by the Berit and Martin Bernstein Open Forum Endowment
      Fund

      Poker
      With Simon Feil
      Tuesday, November 28 • 7-9:30 pm
      Beginners learn the basics of poker and how to play Texas Hold `Em.
      More
      advanced players learn more complex tricks of the trade with
      mediated play.
      Whatever your level, you're sure to have a winning hand. Registration
      required by 11/21
      $30 JCC members • $35 nonmembers
      Cosponsored with The Adult Department

      An Audience of Cowards:
      The Simple Secret to Public Speaking
      With Cary Lemkowitz
      Tuesday, December 5 • 7:30-9 pm
      Public speaking is nearly everyone's worst nightmare, but in this
      workshop,
      you'll learn a secret that's helped hundreds of people speak like
      pros.
      Pre-registration a must by 11/30, call ext 204.
      $5 JCC members • $7 nonmembers

      For more information contact:
      Esther Mazor, Singles Director x460
      emazor@...

      To register please contact:
      Stephanie Cangro, Singles Administrative Assistant x435
      scangro@...


      http://www.jcconthepalisades.org/articlenav.php?id=294
      information directly below was found at url directly above
      Singles 40-57
      Singles Schmooze
      Sundays, November 12 & December 10 • 6 pm
      Spend a casual evening getting to know other singles through
      discussions on
      various topics determined by the participants.
      Led by Jeff and Elaine
      $4 JCC members • $6 Nonmembers per session

      Brunch & Connecting in Conversation
      "The Listening Leader"
      Sunday, November 5 • 11:30 am
      A Book Talk and Signing with Dr. Richard Harris.
      Dr. Harris will discuss his new book The Listening Leader and ways to
      make deeper connections with others through influential listening.
      Learn to
      be an engaging listener and how to turn awkward conversations into
      genuine
      and satisfying dialogues. Enjoy bagels, cheeses, salads, coffee,
      cake and more
      before the presentation.
      Reservations required, call ext. 435
      $13 if paid by October 31, $18 at the door
      Cosponsored with Singles 30-47

      Monday Night a the Movies
      Oh Brother Where Art Thou?
      Monday, November 13 • 7pm
      This Cohen's Brothers' film stars George Clooney and John Turturro.
      It
      is a wildly ambitious and joyous spoof on The Odyssey. Reception with
      coffee and cake for singles only at 7 and then we will join others
      for the film
      at 7:30. Mr. Harold Chapler will give us some pointers when
      introducing
      the film and then share his expertise with us at an optional
      discussion
      following the movie.
      $4 JCC member • $6 nonmember
      Cosponsored with Singles 30-47 & School of Performing Arts

      Sadie Hawkins-Levine Dance
      Saturday, November 18 • 8:30pm
      Don't miss this different fun dance. Women pursue the men, Ladies
      choice
      and mixer dances. Dress to Impress.
      Great DJ ~ Refreshments
      $20 between 8:30-9:00pm • $25 after 9 pm

      Shabbat
      For Singles 35-65
      Friday, December 1 • 7:00pm
      Montebello Jewish Center, 34 Montebello Rd., Suffern, NY.
      For further information call 845.362.4400 ext. 112.
      No Fee



      "Sushi & Latkes": Japanese Chanukah Singles Party
      For singles 30-49 only
      Tuesday, December 19 • 7:30pm
      Takes place at the JCC-Y. Celebrate Chanukah like you never have
      before!
      Enjoy a night of Sushi, Latkes and other festive foods! Games
      (Suduko!),
      Prizes, Fun!
      For fees & to register, call Jamie at (845) 362-4400 ext. 117.
      Reservations
      Required.

      Chanukah Rock `n' Bowl
      Saturday, December 23 • 8:30pm
      Takes place at Bowler City in Hackensack (85 Midtown Bridge
      Approach).
      You'll be bowling to the tunes played by "Rock `n' Bowl DJ." Switch
      lanes after the first game. Enjoy refreshments, soda and socializing
      before
      you bowl the second game. Shoes will be paid for at bowler's expense.
      Reservations required, call ext. 435.
      $16 if paid by December 21, $20 late fee

      SINGLES OF ALL AGES
      Adults Only and Chinese Lunch
      Monday, December 25 • 12:00pm
      IC Fingerer will discuss his new book, Adults Only, a provocative and
      engaging book on topics ranging from human sexuality to solving
      global war
      on terror. Rabbi Fingerer is a dynamic and creative lecturer and
      president
      of The Think and Care Tank, a non-partisan public policy think tank.
      Enjoy
      a Chinese lunch following the fascinating presentation.
      Reservations required, call ext. 435.
      $18 if paid by Dec 22, $20 at the door

      NOT FOR SINGLES ONLY
      Public Affairs presents: A Nation of Priests and Pundits
      Wednesday, November 1 • 7:30 pm
      John, Paul, George, Ringo. William, Frank, Thomas and David. Just as
      your favorite Beatle tells you what kind of person you are, your
      favorite New
      York Times columnist reveals what kind of Jew you are. Join an award-
      winning journalist for a discussion of a quartet of America's top
      Jewish op-
      ed columnists, past and present, and what they reveal about the many
      styles
      of modern-day Jewish political and religious identity. Andrew Silow-
      Carroll, one of the most experienced journalists in the Jewish press
      and
      editor in chief of the New Jersey Jewish News, will lead our
      discussion.
      Free and open to the community
      Sponsored by the Berit and Martin Bernstein Open Forum Endowment
      Fund

      Poker
      With Simon Feil
      Tuesday, November 28 • 7-9:30 pm
      Beginners learn the basics of poker and how to play Texas Hold `Em.
      More
      advanced players learn more complex tricks of the trade with
      mediated play.
      Whatever your level, you're sure to have a winning hand. Registration
      required by 11/21
      $30 JCC members • $35 nonmembers
      Cosponsored with the Adult Department
      An Audience of Cowards:
      The Simple Secret to Public Speaking
      With Cary Lemkowitz
      Tuesday, December 5 • 7:30-9 pm
      Public speaking is nearly everyone's worst nightmare, but in this
      workshop,
      you'll learn a secret that's helped hundreds of people speak like
      pros.
      Pre-registration a must by 11/30, call ext 204
      $5 JCC members • $7 nonmembers
      For more information contact:
      Esther Mazor, Singles Director x460
      emazor@...

      To register please contact:
      Stephanie Cangro, Singles Administrative Assistant x435
      scangro@...

      http://www.jcconthepalisades.org/articlenav.php?id=295
      information directly below was found at url directly above
      Singles 50+
      Walks with Liz at the Celery Farm in Allendale
      Sunday, November 12 • 9:30am
      Cancelled in event or rain
      Meet at the JCC at 9:30am for carpooling (There is a $3 carpooling
      fee) or
      at the Celery Farm at 10am. Enjoy a nature hike through 48 acres of
      Marshes and fields in a wonderful hidden treasure in Allendale. Bring
      water.
      Directions: Take GSP to exit 163 -Rout 17. Continue North on Rt. 17
      for
      7.2 miles and take the Allendale Exit. Go west on East Allendale
      road for 1
      mile to Franklin Turnpike. Turn Right and go about .2 miles and the
      parking lot will be on the right. Street parking available.
      No Fee

      Brunch and romance: The 3 steps to Romance and Love
      Sunday, November 19 • 11:30 am
      Singles of all ages invited
      Enjoy bagels, cheese spreads, salads and more. At any age at any
      stage of life,
      it is never too late to find romance. Bill Scalzitti, is back by
      popular demand
      to discuss the ways to find love and keep it alive once you find it.
      Reservation required, call ext. 435.
      $13 if paid by November 16/$18 at the door

      Shabbat
      For Singles 35-65 only
      Friday, December 1 • 7:00pm
      Montebello Jewish Center, 34 Montebello Rd., Suffern, NY.
      For further information call 845.362.4400 ext. 112.
      No Fee

      Monday Night a the Movies
      Nashville
      Monday, December 4 • 7pm
      Robert Altman's cinematic masterpiece interweaves stories of country
      ingers and Tennessee presidential primary politics. Features Jeff
      Goldblum,
      Lily Tomlin and Geraldine Chaplin. Reception with coffee and cake for
      singles only at 7 and then we will join others for the film at 7:30.
      Mr. Harold
      Chapler will give us some pointers when introducing the film and
      then share
      his expertise with us at an optional discussion following the movie.
      $4 JCC member • $6 nonmember
      Cosponsored with the School of Performing Arts

      SINGLES OF ALL AGES
      Adults Only and Chinese Lunch
      Monday, December 25 • 12:00pm
      IC Fingerer will discuss his new book, Adults Only, a provocative and
      engaging book on topics ranging from human sexuality to solving
      global war
      on terror. Rabbi Fingerer is a dynamic and creative lecturer and
      president
      of The Think and Care Tank, a non-partisan public policy think tank.
      Enjoy
      a Chinese lunch following the fascinating presentation.
      Reservations required, call ext. 435.
      $18 if paid by Dec 22, $20 at the door

      NOT FOR SINGLES ONLY
      Public Affairs presents: A Nation of Priests and Pundits
      Wednesday, November 1 • 7:30 pm
      John, Paul, George, Ringo. William, Frank, Thomas and David. Just as
      your favorite Beatle tells you what kind of person you are, your
      favorite New
      York Times columnist reveals what kind of Jew you are. Join an award-
      winning journalist for a discussion of a quartet of America's top
      Jewish op-
      ed columnists, past and present, and what they reveal about the many
      styles
      of modern-day Jewish political and religious identity. Andrew Silow-
      Carroll, one of the most experienced journalists in the Jewish press
      and
      editor in chief of the New Jersey Jewish News, will lead our
      discussion.
      Free and open to the community
      Sponsored by the Berit and Martin Bernstein Open Forum Endowment
      Fund

      Poker
      With Simon Feil
      Tuesday, November 28 • 7-9:30 pm
      Beginners learn the basics of poker and how to play Texas Hold `Em.
      More
      advanced players learn more complex tricks of the trade with
      mediated play.
      Whatever your level, you're sure to have a winning hand.
      Registration required by 11/21
      $30 JCC members • $35 nonmembers
      Cosponsored with the Adult Department

      An Audience of Cowards:
      The Simple Secret to Public Speaking
      With Cary Lemkowitz
      Tuesday, December 5 • 7:30-9 pm
      Public speaking is nearly everyone's worst nightmare, but in this
      workshop,
      you'll learn a secret that's helped hundreds of people speak like
      pros.
      Pre-registration a must by 11/30, call ext 204
      $5 JCC members • $7 nonmembers

      For more information contact:
      Esther Mazor, Singles Director x460
      emazor@...

      To register please contact:
      Stephanie Cangro, Singles Administrative Assistant x435
      scangro@...

      Directions to the JCC
      (Jewish Community Center) on the Palisades
      411 East Clinton Avenue Tenafly, NJ 07670 201•569•7900
      these directions were found at:
      http://www.jcconthepalisades.org/template.php?section=AD


      FROM GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NORTH
      Exit 161 to Route 4 East. Continue directions from Route 4.

      FROM GARDEN STATE PARKWAY SOUTH
      Exit 163 to Route 17 South to Route 4 East.
      FROM NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE
      Exit 18 to Route 46 East to Grand Avenue. Proceed North past Route 4
      and continue as described below (from Route 4).


      FROM I-80 EAST
      To Garden State Parkway North to Exit 161 and then to Route 4 East.
      FROM ROUTE 4
      Exit at Grand Avenue/Englewood. Follow Grand Avenue North about 1
      mile, where it
      becomes Engle Street. Continue on Engle Street past Englewood
      Hospital. 2nd
      Traffic light past hospital make right onto E. Clinton Avenue. JCC is
      approximately 1 mile on left.


      FROM NEW YORK CITY & LONG ISLAND
      Go over George Washington Bridge to Palisades Parkway North. Get off
      at Exit 1,
      Englewood Cliffs & Palisades Avenue. Make right and go to 1st light.
      At light
      make a right onto Route 9W No. At 4th light make a left onto E.
      Clinton Avenue.
      JCC is ¾ mile on right.



      FROM SOUTH OR WEST
      Take New Jersey Turnpike (95) No. or Route 80 East to Broad Ave.
      Exit. Bear
      right onto Broad Ave. toward Englewood. Broad Ave. will become Dana
      Place. Take
      Dana Place to end. Make right onto E. Palisades Ave. At 3rd block
      (on left) make
      left onto No. Woodland Street to end. Make right onto E. Clinton
      Avenue.
      JCC immediately on left.

      FROM NORTH
      Take Palisades Parkway South and get off at Exit 2. Make left off
      ramp onto
      Route 9W South. At 3rd light make right onto E. Clinton Avenue. JCC
      is ¾ mile on right.



      FROM TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE
      To Exit 13 So. (Palisades Parkway So.) to Exit 2. Proceed as above
      from North.


      FROM CONNECTICUT (Stamford)
      Route I 95 So. to 287 West to Tappan Zee Bridge. Proceed as above.

      Now on to some other items:
      A free fantastic Jewish singles resource
      can be found at the url below



      http://www.thejewishpeople.org/
      You may post your own introductions there, with our without photos
      of yourself and may also search for other Jewish singles there
      by state, gender, age range, etc.

      Everything there is free.

      We have no connections whatsoever to the site,
      but if you do post your photo there you may wish to
      include the url where your photo may be found at that
      site, in your introductions, and responses to other introductions,
      that you post at our Yahoo Jewish singles groups.
      To keep yourself posted on Jewish Singles Events and more
      Please state that you are Jewish, Single, 21 or over, when you apply
      to join our Jewish Singles Yahoo Groups


      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JewishSinglesOfNJ/

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JewishSinglesinNJforIsrael/


      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JewishSinglesFromEverywhere/


      You do not have to be single to join :
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      Subscribe: OperationCSPAN-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
      Help to counter anti-Israel, anti-Semitic callers to
      CSPAN programs such as Washington Journal, by making your own pro-
      Israel, pro-Jewish, pro-Zionist, calls to those same CSPAN programs.




      We highly recommend http://www.jewsforjudaism.org/
      "the Jewish community's leading response to the multi-million dollar
      efforts of cults and evangelical" (Xtians) "who target Jews for
      conversion."
      (Meshugeneh means crazy in Yiddish (so-called Messy an eck Jews,
      they spell
      it somewhat differently, are not really Jews, they are Xtians
      pretending
      to be Jews to convert Jews to their Xtian religion.)
      Photo is from a satellite in space showing Israel and the part of
      the world Israel is in.
      Please also do your part to help Israel by joining pro-Israel groups
      both on line and in real life.
      Some pro-Israel on line groups are listed below:

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      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OperationCSPAN/
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      c-span, also known as C-SPAN provides much valuable information.
      However, we are
      distressed that programs like
      Washington Journal on c-span seem to provide a forum for
      anti-Semites and enemies of Israel and the Jewish people in
      general who seem to not only call into that t.v. show, but get
      through, and get
      on the air, where they are seldom interupted or cut off by the show's
      moderators. We feel that a 2 minute delay could enable the show's
      moderators to
      screen out the anti-Semites and enemies of Israel and the Jewish
      people, however
      no such 2 minute delay seems to be in place. Moreover the moderators
      of that
      show and others do not seem to be of a mind to cut off the anti-
      Semites and
      other enemies of Israel and the Jewish people in general who
      regularly call into
      that show and others
      on c-span. We have therefore created this Yahoo Group in the hopes
      that members
      of the group will become regular viewers of c-span and will call in
      regularly to
      Washington Journal and other c-span call in t.v. shows, to support
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      If you know of other pro-Israel on line groups and/or pro-Israel
      groups that meet in real life please post the information about them.

      Time to Post Your Introductions
      Even if you have previously posted an introduction please post
      another one from time to time as new members keep on joining.
      Please state that you are Jewish, Single, 21 or over, when you apply
      to join our Jewish Singles Yahoo Groups, and in your introductions,
      and when your reply to other posts at our Jewish Singles Yahoo
      Groups.
      Some helpful hints on introductions:
      Because our Jewish Singles Yahoo Groups strip out attachments please
      do not include attachments in your introductions. If a photo of you
      is available on the net please do include the url for that photo, if
      you are not shy about it. Another option would be to offer to email
      your photo in your introduction.
      Some Hints for email personal introductions are below. Please feel
      free to post your reactions to them and your own ideas.
      "likes fine dining", or words to that effect, are a total turnoff.
      They imply that you want to be taken out to eat, and that you are
      not serious about being a partner in a relationship of equals.
      Do not forget to note in your introductions whether you are a smoker
      or not. Non-smokers need to meet non-smokers. Do not waste the time
      of a non-smoker if you are a smoker. If you smoke, say so. If you
      are a non-smoker say so.
      Are you allergic to cats? If so, say so. Do you have a cat or cats?
      If so say so in your introductions. People who are allergic to cats
      will have no luck getting people who have cats to part with those
      cats. So do not waste time trying to build a relationship with a
      person who is allergic to cats if you are a cat lover or vice versa.
      How observant are you? Please say something about that in your
      introductions.
      Do you keep Kosher? Please say something about that in your
      introductions.




      Please state that you are Jewish, Single, 21 or over, when you apply
      to join our Jewish Singles Yahoo Groups, and in your introductions,
      and in
      your replies to other introductions, etc.


      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JewishSinglesOfNJ/


      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JewishSinglesinNJforIsrael/


      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JewishSinglesFromEverywhere/








      The events at the end of this post are Upcoming Jewish Singles
      Events in New Jersey
      Many, though certainly not all, science fiction writers and science
      fiction fans and science fiction stars are Jewish. The parts of New
      Jersey where the science fiction clubs mentioned in this post
      operate are more heavily Jewish than other parts of New Jersey,
      though of course people from all walks of life and all backgrounds
      also live in those areas and attend events at Science Fiction clubs,
      and other organizations.
      Most science fiction fans tend to be male. Often they are also
      single.
      A recent episode of
      http://www.nbc.com/The_Tonight_Show_with_Jay_Leno/
      went into this a little bit in Jay Leno's comedy monologue when Jay
      joked about a recent science fiction convention attended by 20,000
      fans, 3 of which were female, or words to that effect. When you go
      to http://www.nbc.com/The_Tonight_Show_with_Jay_Leno/
      You can scroll down to NBC REWIND
      Watch Full Episodes and Two-Minute Replays of current hit shows
      online! And click on where the site says:
      watch here to find the exact wording of Jay Leno's joke.
      What is no joke is that lots of science fiction fans are single
      males. Lots of people who go to singles groups are single females.
      Bringing the two together: single males and single females is
      certainly a worthwhile project.
      Having gone to lots of book store book discussion events I have
      noticed that almost all of the people at events described as book
      discussions of mystery are female and almost all of the people at
      events described as book discussions of science fiction are male.
      Perhaps the two groups could be brought together by having
      discussions titled mystery science fiction or science fiction
      mystery.
      The science fiction groups mentioned in this post are open to
      everyone regardless of background or marital status.
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS is for everyone 21 or older.
      Younger fans should find another club.
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FA
      NS/
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS-
      subscribe@yahoogroups.com
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS Wants you! Please
      introduce yourself
      when you join and periodically as new members keep joining. We plan
      to get together at restaurants and to go to movies. All of the
      restaurants we want to go to will be non-smoking restaurants in New
      Jersey. All of the movies we want to see will be Science Fiction
      movies. We will see them in movie theaters and if people are kind
      enough, on people's home VCRs, or DVD players, for the
      technologically advanced among us. We will NEVER charge money for
      any of our events. Everything will be strictly Dutch Treat. Buy your
      own movie tickets. Buy your own meals at Restaurants. Hopefully a
      typical event would involve going to a Science Fiction Movie and
      then to a Restaurant to discuss the movie we just saw. We also hope
      to go individually or as a group to any other worthwhile events
      people may know of in New Jersey. If we go to someone's home, bring
      your own potluck yummies to munch on. No money changes hands. Please
      do post your ideas for club events. Email attachments are not
      permitted Please feel free to discuss science fiction books and
      stories you have read, or written, your favorite authors, favorite
      science fiction movies or TV shows, etc. in person and via email or
      at the web site Please do come to events. Escape From Your Computer!
      All of our events will be both Smoke-Free and Feline-Free for the
      cat allergy victims amongst us. So if you let us use your home for
      an event make sure it is both Smoke-Free and Feline Free. No drugs
      or booze will be allowed at any of our club events. Why should you
      join an organization that would have someone like you as a member?
      Well, half of success in life is just showing up on time. Show up
      here at the web site, or via email, and especially, in person, in
      real life, at our events, and find out.. This club is for everyone
      21 or older. Younger fans should find another club.
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FA
      NS/
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS-
      subscribe@yahoogroups.com

      Please also be sure to join BOTH of the two lively science fiction
      groups
      listed immediately below, BOTH of which regularly have real life
      science fiction events.
      THE SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION OF BERGEN COUNTY
      136 MANHATTAN AVENUE WALDWICK, NEW JERSEY 07463
      PHONE: (201) 447 3652
      http://www.sfabc.org/

      Science Fiction Society of Northern NJ
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFSNNJ/

      The event listed immediately below is a Science Fiction Society of
      Northern NJ
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFSNNJ/
      That's Science Fiction A movie event sponsored by the
      Science Fiction Society of Northern NJ
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFSNNJ/
      Date: Tuesday November 7, 2006
      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
      Location: Hillsdale Public Library
      Street: 509 Hillsdale Avenue
      City/State/Zip: Hillsdale, NJ 07642
      Phone: 201.358.5072
      "What The Bleep Do We Know" (2004)
      http://www.whatthebleep.com/whatthebleep/
      http://www.whatthebleep.com/synopsis/
      http://www.whatthebleep.com/trailer/
      http://www.whatthebleep.com/awards/

      A Film by: WILLIAM ARNTZ.BETSY CHASSE,MARK VICENTE
      WHAT THE BLEEP DO WE KNOW?! is a new type of film. It is part
      documentary, part story, and part elaborate and inspiring visual
      effects and animations.

      http://www.librarytechnology.org/lwc-displaylibrary.pl?RC=11799
      From the Garden State Parkway (Northbound):
      Take exit 168 (Westwood/Hohokus Rt. 502)
      At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Route 502
      At the first light, make a left turn onto Pascack Road
      At the first light, make a right turn onto Hillsdale Avenue
      Proceed for approximately half a mile
      The library will be on the right
      Enter the parking lot from Yesler Way

      From the Garden State Parkway (Southbound) :
      Take exit 166 (Paramus)
      At the end of the ramp, make a right turn onto Highland Avenue
      Make a right turn onto Linwood Avenue
      Make left turn onto Pascack Road
      Proceed through Washington Township
      After crossing Route 502, make a right turn onto Hillsdale Avenue at
      the next light
      Proceed for approximately half a mile
      The library will be on the right
      Enter the parking from of Yesler Way

      From the south on Kinderkamack Road :
      Follow Kinderkamack Road through Westwood
      Make a left hand turn onto Hillsdale Avenue (there is a light after
      Washington St)
      Go through the center of town
      The library will be on the left, across from St. John's Academy
      Enter the parking lot from Yesler Way
      http://www.bccls.org/members/hldl.shtml
      The movie is sponsored by the Science Fiction Society of Northern NJ
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFSNNJ/

      THE STARSHIP LOCAL A NEWSLETTER OF THE SCIENCE
      FICTION
      ASSOCIATION
      OF BERGEN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY is excerpted from below.
      Generally the
      policy of SFABC is that the first monthly meeting you attend is
      free. After that you probably will be asked to join the SFABC and to
      pay $2 for each monthly meeting you attend. Check with SFABC to see
      if that policy has been changed in any way.
      The group usually adjourns to a nearby diner after their monthly
      meetings which are usually held on the second Saturday night of each
      month.

      A NEWSLETTER OF THE SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION OF
      BERGEN COUNTY
      136 MANHATTAN AVENUE WALDWICK, NJ 07463
      PHONE: (201) 447 3652
      http://www.sfabc.org


      ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION:

      The S F A B C meets on the second Saturday of the
      month and features
      talks, slide shows and other presentations by people
      in the science
      fiction, fantasy, horror and related fields. The
      Association
      sponsors a number of special interest groups, focusing
      on different
      aspects of science fiction and related matters,
      including activities
      devoted to books, movies, television, animation,
      horror and other
      events. We also produce a monthly newsletter listing
      talks,
      conventions, discussion groups and other activities of
      interest to
      people who enjoy science fiction and related areas. We
      invite you
      to contact us through our website:
      http://www.sfabc.org

      #########################################
      #######################
      THE STARSHIP LOCAL Volume 4, Number 10


      THE STARSHIP LOCAL is a monthly newsletter of the
      Science Fiction
      Association of Bergen County. It is designed to
      communicate basic
      information about the activities of the organization
      to devotees of
      fantasy, horror and science fiction. All material by
      Philip J De
      Parto unless otherwise acknowledged.
      We also publish a more extensive monthly newsletter,
      THE STARSHIP
      EXPRESS, for members of the organization. If you are
      not a member
      and would like to receive the EXPRESS, mail a check
      for $ 8.00 for
      the electronic version or $ 12.00 for the print
      version. Checks
      should be made payable to Philip J De Parto, 136
      Manhattan Avenue,
      Waldwick, New Jersey 07463.

      Directions to meeting site:
      Saddle River Valley Cultural Center
      305 West Saddle River
      Upper Saddle River
      Bergen County, New Jersey

      The Cultural Center looks like a classic little white
      church,
      steeple and all. The parking lot is not too large, but
      it's okay to
      use the much bigger lot of the Methodist Church
      diagonally across
      the street.

      Important Note: The Cultural Center is on WEST Saddle
      River Road.
      One block further over is EAST Saddle River Road.
      Unlike streets in
      New York, East does not turn into West. The roads are
      on opposite
      banks of the Saddle River which is nothing more than a
      stream at
      this point.

      FROM ROUTE 17 NORTHBOUND:
      Exit ROUTE 17 NORTH at the sign which reads SADDLE
      RIVER / WOODCLIFF
      LAKE. (This is the exit after Sheridan Avenue, Ho Ho
      Kus.) This
      exit puts you onto EAST ALLENDALE AVENUE heading East.
      Stay on road
      for about mile and turn left at the first traffic
      light onto WEST
      SADDLE RIVER ROAD. Drive north for 1-3/4 miles.
      Shortly after
      passing a brick Catholic Church, the Church of the
      Presentation, on
      your left hand side you cross into Upper Saddle River.
      The Cultural
      Center is on your left hand side. If you come to a
      traffic light
      you have slightly overshot and hit LAKE STREET.
      Note: You will see a sign marked WEST SADDLE RIVER
      ROAD on Route 17
      northbound well to the south of where you have been
      told to leave
      17. If you take this exit, you will eventually get
      where you want
      to be, but it will take you a lot longer to get there.
      FROM ROUTE 17 SOUTHBOUND:
      Exit ROUTE 17 SOUTH at SADDLE RIVER / WOODCLIFF LAKE
      exit. This
      puts you onto EAST ALLENDALE ROAD heading East. You
      drive under the
      highway. Then follow the directions from Route 17
      Northbound.
      Note: This way takes you a little bit longer than the
      exit for
      UPPER SADDLE RIVER, but it spares you making hairpin
      turns on steep
      hills at night in bad weather on an unfamiliar road.
      FROM THE GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NORTHBOUND:

      Take Exit 172, GRAND AVENUE, MONTVALE. (This is the
      last exit in
      New Jersey and is just past the Montvale Service
      Area). Turn left
      at the exit ramp and head west on GRAND AVENUE. There
      are a lot of
      small towns in this area, and the road that you're on
      will keep
      changing its name. At different points it is called
      GRAND AVENUE,
      MONTVALE ROAD, RAMSEY ROAD and LAKE STREET. At the
      second traffic
      light you will be at the intersection of LAKE STREET
      and EAST SADDLE
      RIVER ROAD. It has two landmarks that anyone in the
      area will know
      about: a 7-11 type store called Elmers and a Texaco
      station. Keep
      driving west. Do not turn. Turn left at the next
      traffic light onto
      WEST SADDLE RIVER ROAD. The Cultural Center is 1/10 of
      a mile down
      the road on your right.

      FROM ROCKLAND COUNTY VIA ROUTE 59:
      ..........Follow ROUTE 59 until you come to Norris
      Pontiac in Monsey
      and turn south at the traffic light unto ROUTE 306.
      This road is
      also called EAST SADDLE RIVER ROAD. Head south towards
      New Jersey.
      (Note: Although the maps show this road as Route 306,
      and that's
      what everyone calls it, after you make the turn, the
      sign reads
      ROUTE 73. Don't ask me to explain it.) Stay on ROUTE
      306 for 2.3
      miles Note that there is a long stretch between the
      first and second
      traffic lights.
      ..........Turn right at the second traffic light which
      is the
      intersection of EAST SADDLE RIVER ROAD and LAKE
      STREET. A Texaco
      station and Elmers are at this corner. Proceed west
      and turn left
      at the next traffic light onto WEST SADDLE RIVER ROAD.
      The Cultural
      Center is 1/10 of a mile down the road on your right.




      Upcoming General (2nd Saturday Night of each Month
      Monthly) Meetings of the SFBAC: November 11, 2006 Critic/Author
      Marleen Barr
      (Marleen Barr is a science fiction scholar who
      pioneered feminist SF criticism. She won the 1997
      Science Fiction Research Association Pilgrim Award for
      lifetime achievement in science fiction criticism.)

      "Oy Pioneer!
      A Novel
      Marleen S. Barr

      Library of American Fiction
      Terrace Books, a trade imprint of the University of Wisconsin Press


      An irreverent romp through the groves of academe with a fiercely
      feminist—and
      husband-hunting—literary theorist

      What would happen if a feminist Jewish wit and scholar invaded David
      Lodge's
      territory? Marleen S. Barr, herself a pioneer in the feminist
      criticism of
      science fiction, provides a giddily entertaining answer in this
      feisty novel. Oy
      Pioneer! follows professor Sondra Lear as she makes her inimitable
      way through a
      world of learning—at times fantastic, at times all too familiar,
      often
      hilarious, and always compulsively interesting.

      As if Mel Brooks and Erica Jong had joined forces to recreate Sex
      and the City
      for the intellectual set, the story is a heady mix of Jewish humor,
      feminist
      insight, and academic satire. Lear is a tenured radical and a wildly
      ambitious
      intellectual, but is subject nonetheless to the husband-hunting
      imperatives of
      her Jewish mother. Her adventures expand narrative parameters
      according to
      Barr's term "genre fission."

      Mixing elements of science fiction, fantasy, ethnic comedy, satire,
      and
      authentic experience of academic life, Oy Pioneer! is uncommonly fun—
      a Jewish
      feminist scholar's imaginative text boldly going where no academic
      satire has
      gone before—and bringing readers along for an exhilarating ride.

      "The novel is clearly written, often witty, and moves quickly from
      scene to
      scene. It takes some familiar elements and gives them a new twist
      through a
      blend of genres. It should appeal to feminists, to academics, and to
      Jewish-American readers." — SFRA Review March 2004, Taylors, SC

      "This frothy novel spoofs the unlikely combination of academia,
      feminism, Jewish
      mothers, Jewish humor, and Barbara Bush, among others." — Morton I.
      Teicher,
      founding dean of the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva
      University , and
      Dean Emeritus, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina
      at Chapel
      Hill.

      Marleen S. Barr is Scholar in Residence at The Hadassah Brandeis
      Institute, a
      feminist research institute located at Brandeis University. Her many
      works
      include Genre Fission and Feminist Fabulation and, as editor,
      Envisioning the
      Future and the science fiction issue of the journal PMLA" source of
      the book
      review
      above was found at the url below:

      http://www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress/books/2400.htm
      Upcoming General (2nd Saturday Night of each Month
      Monthly) Meetings of the SFBAC:
      • November 11, 2006 Critic/Author Marleen Barr
      ((Marleen Barr is a science fiction scholar who
      pioneered feminist SF criticism. She won the 1997
      Science Fiction Research Association Pilgrim Award for
      lifetime achievement in science fiction criticism.)
      • http://www.locusmag.com/2001/News/News09b.html
      • http://www.uiowa.edu/uiowapress/bargenfis.htm
      • http://www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress/books/0520.htm
      •
      http://newpages.com/bookreviews/archive/reviews/oy_pioneer.htm
      •
      http://www.bestwebbuys.com/Genre_Fission-ISBN_0877457034.html?isrc=b-
      search
      • http://www.upne.com/0-8195-6652-7.html
      • http://www.uiowa.edu/uiowapress/barfemfab.htm
      •
      http://faculty.law.lsu.edu/ccorcos/biblio/womenscifi.htm
      • http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=35474956

      Below is an SFABC event:
      December 9, 2006 Holiday Party
      Above is an SFABC event.

      Many, though certainly not all, science fiction writers and science
      fiction fans and science fiction stars are Jewish. The parts of New
      Jersey where the science fiction clubs mentioned in this post
      operate are more heavily Jewish than other parts of New Jersey,
      though of course people from all walks of life and all backgrounds
      also live in those areas and attend events at Science Fiction clubs,
      and other organizations.
      Most science fiction fans tend to be male. Often they are also
      single.
      A recent episode of
      http://www.nbc.com/The_Tonight_Show_with_Jay_Leno/
      went into this a little bit in Jay Leno's comedy monologue when Jay
      joked about a recent science fiction convention attended by 20,000
      fans, 3 of which were female, or words to that effect. When you go
      to http://www.nbc.com/The_Tonight_Show_with_Jay_Leno/
      You can scroll down to NBC REWIND
      Watch Full Episodes and Two-Minute Replays of current hit shows
      online! And click on where the site says:
      watch here to find the exact wording of Jay Leno's joke.
      What is no joke is that lots of science fiction fans are single
      males. Lots of people who go to singles groups are single females.
      Bringing the two together: single males and single females is
      certainly a worthwhile project.
      Having gone to lots of book store book discussion events I have
      noticed that almost all of the people at events described as book
      discussions of mystery are female and almost all of the people at
      events described as book discussions of science fiction are male.
      Perhaps the two groups could be brought together by having
      discussions titled mystery science fiction or science fiction
      mystery.
      The science fiction groups mentioned in this post are open to
      everyone regardless of background or marital status.
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS is for everyone 21 or older.
      Younger fans should find another club.
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS/
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS Wants you! Please introduce yourself
      when you join and periodically as new members keep joining. We plan
      to get together at restaurants and to go to movies. All of the
      restaurants we want to go to will be non-smoking restaurants in New
      Jersey. All of the movies we want to see will be Science Fiction
      movies. We will see them in movie theaters and if people are kind
      enough, on people's home VCRs, or DVD players, for the
      technologically advanced among us. We will NEVER charge money for
      any of our events. Everything will be strictly Dutch Treat. Buy your
      own movie tickets. Buy your own meals at Restaurants. Hopefully a
      typical event would involve going to a Science Fiction Movie and
      then to a Restaurant to discuss the movie we just saw. We also hope
      to go individually or as a group to any other worthwhile events
      people may know of in New Jersey. If we go to someone's home, bring
      your own potluck yummies to munch on. No money changes hands. Please
      do post your ideas for club events. Email attachments are not
      permitted Please feel free to discuss science fiction books and
      stories you have read, or written, your favorite authors, favorite
      science fiction movies or TV shows, etc. in person and via email or
      at the web site Please do come to events. Escape From Your Computer!
      All of our events will be both Smoke-Free and Feline-Free for the
      cat allergy victims amongst us. So if you let us use your home for
      an event make sure it is both Smoke-Free and Feline Free. No drugs
      or booze will be allowed at any of our club events. Why should you
      join an organization that would have someone like you as a member?
      Well, half of success in life is just showing up on time. Show up
      here at the web site, or via email, and especially, in person, in
      real life, at our events, and find out.. This club is for everyone
      21 or older. Younger fans should find another club.
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS/
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

      Please be sure to join our group
      NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_ FICTION_FANS- subscribe@ yahoogroups. com
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS/
      We will be discussing Wandering Stars: An Anthology of Jewish
      Fantasy and Science Fiction
      by Jack Dann
      Wandering Stars ed. Jack M. Dann (Harper & Row, 1974, hc)
      http://contento.best.vwh.net/t31.htm
      • Why Me? • Isaac Asimov • in
      • On Venus, Have We Got a Rabbi • William Tenn • nv *
      • The Golem • Avram Davidson • ss F&SF Mar '55
      • Unto the Fourth Generation • Isaac Asimov • ss F&SF Apr '59
      • Look, You Think You've Got Troubles • Carol Carr • ss Orbit 5, ed.
      Damon Knight, G.P. Putnam's, 1969
      • Goslin Day • Avram Davidson • ss Orbit 6, ed. Damon Knight, G.P.
      Putnam's, 1970
      • The Dybbuk of Mazel Tov IV • Robert Silverberg • ss *
      • Trouble with Water • Horace L. Gold • ss Unknown Mar '39
      • Gather Blue Roses • Pamela Sargent • ss F&SF Feb '72
      • The Jewbird • Bernard Malamud • ss The Reporter Apr 11 '63
      • Paradise Last • George Alec Effinger • nv *
      • Street of Dreams, Feet of Clay • Robert Sheckley • nv Galaxy
      Feb '68
      • Jachid and Jechidah • Isaac Bashevis Singer • ss, 1961
      • I'm Looking for Kadak • Harlan Ellison • nv *
      • Ellison's Grammatical Guide and Glossary for Goyim • Harlan
      Ellison • ms
      • Evise, the Zsouchmoid • Tim Kirk • il
      And :
      More Wandering Stars ed. Jack M. Dann (Doubleday, 1981, hc); An
      Anthology of Jewish Fantasy and Science Fiction
      http://contento.best.vwh.net/t118.htm
      • Introduction: The Hebrew Source • Isaac Asimov • in
      • Tauf Aleph • Phyllis Gotlieb • nv *
      • Leviticus: In the Ark • Barry N. Malzberg • ss Epoch, ed. Roger
      Elwood & Robert Silverberg, Berkley, 1975
      • Warm, Dark Places • Horace L. Gold • ss Unknown Oct '40
      • A Lamed Wufnik • Mel Gilden • ss F&SF Dec '75
      • Isaiah • Barry N. Malzberg • ss Fantastic Sep '73
      • Dress Rehearsal • Harvey Jacobs • ss F&SF Jul '74
      • Forcing the End • Hugh Nissenson • ss In the Reign of Peace, 1969
      • The Last Demon • Isaac Bashevis Singer; trans. by Martha Glicklich
      & Cecil Hemley • ss Short Friday, 1964
      • The Mazel Tov Revolution • Joe W. Haldeman • ss Analog Sep '74
      • The Scrolls • Woody Allen • ss The New Republic
      • The Pagan Rabbi • Cynthia Ozick • nv The Hudson Review, 1966
      • The Celestial Orchestra • Howard Schwartz • ss, 1980
      • Camps • Jack M. Dann • nv F&SF May '79
      • Mom • Harlan Ellison • nv Silver Foxes Aug '76
      • Disciples • Gardner R. Dozois • ss Penthouse Dec '81


      at some upcoming

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NEW_JERSEY_SCIENCE_FICTION_FANS/
      events
      Stay tuned for details of when and where these discussions will be
      held.
      Please also join
      BOTH of the two lively science fiction groups
      listed immediately below, BOTH of which regularly have real life
      science fiction events.

      Science Fiction Society of Northern NJ
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFSNNJ/


      THE SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION OF BERGEN COUNTY
      136 MANHATTAN AVENUE WALDWICK, NEW JERSEY 07463
      PHONE: (201) 447 – 3652
      http://www.sfabc.org
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