Thursday, September 18, 2014 Elul 23, 5774
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Ruth Ellen Gruber | JTA
Forget about your typical museum — a national project set to open in October in the Czech Republic will link exhibitions in 10 restored synagogues located in as many different towns.
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Lois G. Levine Annual Cultural Arts Weekend Jan. 11-13. Adath Emanu-El, 205 Elbo Lane, Mt Laurel, www.adathemanuel.com . Israeli dancing and songs, ice sculpture, fabric art and Judaica highlight the events held in honor of Adath Emanu-El’s first rebbitzen. Fri. Shabbat service, Sat. events begin at 6:30 p.m., Sun. events at 1 p.m. Alzheimer’s Detection & Prevention Jan. 15 at...
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Comedy shows complete with Chinese dinner, nightclub parties, holiday yoga and an annual day of activities at the National Museum of American Jewish History are among just a few ideas for local Jews looking for entertainment during the upcoming Christian holiday.
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The next time a student or staff member at Central High School feels the need for artistic inspiration on campus, they can simply walk to the school's recently refurbished auditorium and study any of the almost three dozen artworks donated in September by 198th Class alumnus Sigmund Balka.
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Philadelphia artist and writer pens an imaginative memoir — with the assistance of her deceased father.
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Jane Biberman, Inside Feature
My father got into computers 20 years after he died,” claims Esta Cassway. “I was not particularly a believer in spirits,” says the local painter, lyricist and writer. That is, until 1992, when her father’s restless spirit, apparently relishing its afterlife, began interfering with her work. “I had been asked by Aronson Publishers to write and illustrate a two-volume set...
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