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Herb Keinon memoir on target

Herb Keinon memoir on target

CHANUKAH EDITION
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As the veteran diplomatic correspondent for the Jerusalem Post, the main share of Herb Keinon’s writing focuses on the serious meat and potatoes of Israeli politics, military affairs and foreign relations.

It’s routinely heavy material, neither light-hearted nor whimsical, but that doesn’t mean that Keinon can’t work ably and comfortably in the human interest department, too.

Every now and then, in his “Out There” column in the Post, Keinon exercises those less-called-upon skills. In his newest book, French Fries in Pita, he showcases some of the best examples.

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 12 December 2014 13:34 )

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Happy Chanukah! IJN Doris Sky Chanukah Coloring Contest Winners 2014

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Last Updated ( Friday, 12 December 2014 11:52 )

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Never too old: Late Starters Orchestra

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New Orleans' new life

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