Sunday, May 24, 2015 Sivan 6, 5775

How to survive in the postwar world
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The appearance of György Dalos' tragicomic short novel, The Circumcision , released recently in paperback by the enterprising English publisher Marion Boyars, calls to mind a simple but profound fact: Of a certain period of 20th-century history, we know very little. I am speaking of the period from the end of World War II until the fall of the Berlin...
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The roughly 200 or so people who'd gathered in the social hall at Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill, N.J., couldn't help but chuckle as the DVD clip from the pre-VCR-era show "All in the Family" played on a giant projection screen. The scene that elicited hearty laughs was taken from a 1972 episode of the landmark series created by...
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Ryan Teitman
The students tuned violins, cellos and guitars. They assembled trombones and saxophones as they milled about the room. They plucked and tooted on their instruments, individually warming up for what awaited them that particular Sunday morning. But when teacher Rachel Lemisch entered the room, she gathered the disparate players together in a way that made clear that this was a...
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Ryan Teitman
Jonathan Hertzel's sculptures look like pillars of metallic fire. They are figures in motion, undulating and mysterious. His bronze sculpture Narrator seems to wrap its way skyward in a twisting stream of curved metal. Another work, Gathering , appears as a swirling mass -- a cross between a whirlwind and a ballet dancer. Hertzel considers himself a figurative sculptor, which...
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Art works to take a political slant on Middle East
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Created by Israeli and Palestinian artists, the 35 silkscreen prints now on display at Haverford College vary from highly abstract works to more direct representations; from the conciliatory -- a depiction of Palestinian and Israeli flags entwined with a white dove flying overhead -- to more charged expressions of war, conflict and loss in the holy land. While the pieces...
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Arts and Culture Events

Sun. May 24
Old City Jewish Arts Center
2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Thu. May 28
Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel
7:00 PM
Fri. May 29
Germantown Jewish Centre
6:00 PM

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