Saturday, January 31, 2015 Shevat 11, 5775
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Debra Rubin, JTA
Five years ago he was D-Black, a hip-hop artist rapping about the violence, gang activity and drugs of his African-American ’hood. Today he’s Nissim Black, an Orthodox Jew davening in a Sephardic shul in Seattle.
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International recording star Alicia Keys has remained steadfast in her commitment to play a July 4 concert in Tel Aviv despite concerted efforts by the BDS movement to get her to cancel.
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By:
Beth D'Addono, This Summer Feature
"America's Playground" will live up to its name this summer, both indoors and out.
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Cnaan Liphshiz, JTA
A director of export at one of the many wholesale market stalls in Paris, Marc Fichel, 40, is also an up-and-comer on the country’s indie pop scene.
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Musician Julie Gold is exhilarated at the prospect of playing a concert near her old Bryn Mawr stomping grounds, with her brother as the opening act.
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