Friday, July 29, 2016 Tammuz 23, 5776
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JTA
It’s safe to say that Ezra Furman is probably the only publicly visible musician who navigates the worlds of both Orthodox Judaism and gender nonconformity.
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Jason Cohen | JE Staff
“I didn’t know Judaism could be so progressive and interesting. At no point did I think I’m going to be a rabbi,” Michael Perice said.
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Jason Cohen | JE Staff
In 2015, local percussionist Harvey Price and Delaware Churches for Middle East Peace formed a steel drums project with Jews and Arabs from Israel called the Peace Drums Project.
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
There is one revival and movement that has gained momentum in the Jewish community: klezmer.
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Broadway Sings, which has visited Congregations of Shaare Shamayim five times, brings together performers who are currently or have previously starred in some of Broadway’s biggest hits, from Wicked to Phantom to Les Misérables.
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