Tuesday, December 23, 2014 Tevet 1, 5775
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A Cemter City radiologist with little musical background aside from childhood piano lessons ended up writing what became his “International Anthem for World Peace.”
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Michelle Citrin, named a “Top Songwriter” by Billboard and a producer of million-hit YouTube videos, has been channeling her love of Judaism since she was a 14-year-old performing in bookstores and coffeehouses.
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Power outages from Superstorm Sandy pushed back Soulfarm's new release, but natural disaster won't keep the band from performing live at Gratz College on Nov. 27.
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Yaron Zilberman doesn’t hesitate when asked why eight years elapsed between the release of his first film, the 2004 award-winning documentary, Watermarks, about the Hakoah Vienna Jewish women’s swim team of the 1930s, and his second film, A Late Quartet, which opens Nov. 9 at the Ritz Five in Philadelphia. “Because that’s how long it takes to make a movie,”...
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Philadelphia will once again play host to some of Israel’s best jazz musicians when the fifth annual Israeli JazzPhest kicks off on Nov. 11.
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