Tuesday, August 23, 2016 Av 19, 5776
By:
Jon Marks | JE Staff
Through music mixed with the powerful words of two brave young women who became victims of the cruel reality of the Nazis, TBI remembered not only them but the other 6 million lost in the Holocaust.
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By:
Marissa Stern | JE Staff
From Restaurant: Impossible to making music possible, Jill Littman is starting a new music class for little ones in Wayne.
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By:
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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By:
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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By:
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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