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Songs in the key of Nero

It may be hard to believe there was a time when George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” now a durable fixture of the American and internatio...
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Accomplished TV actor and playwright guided by faith and family

He had been a high school football star, served in the U.S. Navy and was being groomed to work alongside his brother as a pharmacist in his native ...
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Conductor and clarinetist Yehuda Gilad teaches the importance of strong minds, muscles and funny bones

Ever since Mozart discovered the clarinet’s versatility and tonal beauty in the 1760s, the instrument has grown in stature, relying on distingu...
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‘The Shape of Things to Come’: László Moholy-Nagy was ahead of his time

(Above) László Moholy-Nagy. Photo courtesy of the Estate of László Moholy-Nagy In our technology-swamped world, it’s hard to imagine the ...
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Singer Tony Orlando, longtime friend of Israel, to receive Chabad’s Voice of Courage Award

Tony Orlando is not Jewish. Not even a little. So why, then, is the half-Greek, half-Puerto Rican Christian who rose to prominence in the 1970s ...
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