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The Non-Break-Up

Huppah Dreams

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Sarah Perlman and Christopher Bremner.( NYT)

Each Monday, we choose the most interestingly Jewish announcement from that Sunday’s New York Times Weddings/Celebrations section. This week, it’s that of Sarah Perlman and Christopher Bremner, she a Hollywood studio developer, he a Hollywood screenwriter who helped write The Break-Up, a movie presumably not based on his experience with the bride. The bride’s grandfather is a cantor and he helped officiate yesterday in Miami. Meanwhile, was the presiding rabbi, Steven Weil, the Steven Weil—the Orthodox Union bigwig? Either way, mazel tov to the happy couple!

Sarah Perlman, Christopher Bremner [NYT]

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A Jew called “Christopher” ? Really ?

Christopher means bearer of Christ
Interesting Jewish name!

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The Non-Break-Up

Huppah Dreams

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