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A razor-focused center makes waves – from the Gaza border crisis, to the Arab Bank terrorism lawsuit to Shin Bet and Mossad tour guides
I recall running into him over the years at various events and exhibition openings, and I never saw him without a camera hanging from his neck.
With America and world Jewry still reeling from the Pittsburgh massacre, developments are under way in the Start-up Nation to help prevent or at least mitigate the next shooting spree.
“There is no one (Szyk) more certain to be alive 200 years from now."
By DAVID GEFFEN
The supposedly shocking ending won’t surprise anyone who has followed the series closely.
By HANNAH BROWN
November 9 will mark the 80th anniversary of ‘Kristallnacht.’ A recent conference shines the spotlight on works in limbo due to Nazi thievery
By BARRY DAVIS
Genesis Prize Foundation awards Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality grants to 37 Israeli NGOs.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
It is difficult to see how “sanctuary cities” established to execute justice, prevent blood vengeance and provide rehabilitation should be seen as a model for harboring illegal immigrants.
By RABBI SHLOMO BRODY
In Ashkenazi congregations, slihot commence this coming Saturday night, September 1.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Half a dozen exhibitions currently show at the Jerusalem Artists House.
At Mezizim, the ambiance and service are casual, while the food is top-notch.
By BUZZY GORDON
Par Derriere combines high culinary standards with a cozy atmosphere and authenticity.
By SHAWN RODGERS
The new version of Papillon is rather better than the previous screen adaptation.
By MICHAEL PHILLIPS
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