Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774
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In response to the first question every Matisyahu fan wants to ask: Yes, he is still shorn and shaven. The renowned Jewish reggae star is reappearing on radio, Web and stage. The 33-year-old, West Chester-born and Westchester County, N.Y.-raised musician released his fourth studio album, Spark Seeker, just this week. The album's first single, "Sunshine," is already approaching 3 million...
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How did Antigone Rising, the rock band that was the first to be signed to Starbucks' Hear Music label back in 2005, go from playing with the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith and Rob Thomas to giving concerts for schoolchildren outside of Tel Aviv? According to Cathy Henderson, the band's lead guitarist, the answer can be summed up in one word: Facebook...
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It's easy to see why Andrew Kurtz, the artistic director of Center City Opera Theater, was attracted to the source material for his company's latest offering, Slaying the Dragon, opening this week at the Prince Theater.
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Twenty-three-year-old Meir Shapiro wears a yarmulke. He studies music, Torah and architecture at New York's Yeshiva University. And he beatboxes -- all over the world. In the year and a half since a viral Chanukah parody catapulted the Maccabeats into Internet fame, Shapiro and 13 fellow members of the Orthodox a cappella group have performed in New Zealand, Hong Kong...
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Debra Rubin, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Thanks to hip-hop superstar Drake's latest music video, there are now far more eyes focusing on Temple Israel's bimah in Miami than there are even during the High Holidays. And even though the song's lyrics are decidedly more profane than sacred, the Reform synagogue's president said he hoped the video would help Jewish youth connect to Judaism. The video, parts...
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