On the final night of the Pacific Jewish Film Festival in February, the South African emigre community jammed the theater to see the comedy about Christians and Jews in South Africa. Long after the credits ended, they stayed, kibbitzing in the aisles, hungering for their own...
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Tag: South Africans
May 1, 2003 | 8:00 pm
May 25, 2000 | 8:00 pm
A sign on a Kosher butcher shop in Tustin reads: "We carry South African biltongs. "A man with a South African accent hears a man with a New York accent at a service of an Orthodox congregation in Irvine and asks, "What are you doing here?"
Biltongs are cold cuts, and the Orthodox...