City notes: Looking ahead to the month of light

November 22, 2017 16:10
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Steven Wilson (L) and Aviv Geffen of Blackfield

Steven Wilson (L) and Aviv Geffen of Blackfield. (photo credit: YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT)


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On December 1 and 2, the Jacob’s Ladder Festival, an Israeli tradition, returns to the Galilee region. This year’s edition features a variety of performances and artists of American and Irish music, folk, world music, swing, jazz, blues, bluegrass and more, plus dancing and activities for the whole family.


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