Towards the end of the slinky after-hours cocktail jazz of "Schleppin My Baby Back Home," Katz slips into a Jolson warble and sings, "Now, we shlep
along and I'm singin' a song, the title is `The Thrill is Gone.
of 106; those stopped but not booked have to shlep
along at 103; those booked but not convicted check in at 101; the convicted but not incarcerated peer dimly from a 100 wattage; and those who go to jail vegetate at 93.
For better or worse, you feel that you know him, and you want to be there along with him, helping shlep
But if he had only written Kagan's Superfecta (1991), a novel about a man who bets the numbers of the coming Jewish year on a horse race, I would happily shlep
his teffilin bag to wherever he davens "Shachris.
It's "a war we may not be able to win, a war we shouldn't even be in," he reminds Xanthias, the slave he has recruited to shlep
his huge bag of togas and toiletries.
Accolades for ``American Beauty'' - about a middle-age shlep
named Lester Burnham (Kevin Spacey) and the midlife crisis that further alienates him from his driven real-estate agent wife Carolyn (Annette Bening) and disaffected daughter Jane (Thora Birch), who turns to Ricky (Wes Bentley), a young neighbor obsessed with both camcorders and her - were as ecstatic as reviews for ``Oh, Grow Up'' were indifferent.
How could they possibly think that he should shlep
the goyish icons through the streets of Havana?
If THEY sold matzot in the stores the way it was before the war, we wouldn't have to shlep
all the way to the other side of the city.
They are culinary tchotchkes that Marks shleps
back to readers via narratives that provide a new culinary and cultural network for American Jews to explore.