Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775
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Charlotte Bonelli
An unprecedented collection of letters between a young German woman who fled to the United States before the Holocaust and her friends and family back home reveals an intimate look at life during World War II.
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Beth Kissileff, JTA
Forget Bauhaus and beaches, a new anthology from writers Etgar Keret and Assaf Gavron showcases the Israeli city’s crooked, violent side.
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Fredda Sacharow, JE Feature
News that Philadelphia’s Rosenbach Museum would lose the bulk of its beloved Sendak memorabilia hit hard for a former Exponent editor, who admits her obsession with one of the author's most famous books.
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A new biography highlights the sweeping impact Albert M. Greenfield had on Philadelphia in the 20th century.
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Longtime Israeli journalist Ari Shavit was on a quest to answer three questions: “Why Israel? What Israel? Will Israel?”
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