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  • COVER story | jerry farber's second act:
  • A local legend. An accomplished comedian. An all around funny guy. That's Jerry Farber, and he's got plenty of stories to tell. Now at 67, he's talking about a new story -- fatherhood.

  • Rebel Millionaire: George Hanus isn't exactly a small thinker. His latest idea is to provide all Jewish children with a free, high quality Jewish day school education. And he's footing the bill. We're listening.

  • Rob Kutner Rules the World: He's gone from the daily grind of bad TV to The Daily Show -- the best TV around. Check out one of the funniest writers Atlanta's ever sent up north.

  • Seventh Inning Kvetch: Forget Hank Greenberg, and forget Sandy Koufax. There are plenty of other Jewish names that have left a mark on the American pastime. We give you a taste of the Jewish greats.

  • One-Two Punch: We encounter Scott Steinberg, the 27-year-old videogame journalist with a list of publications on his resume. Now he's crossed over. He's making his own videogame.

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