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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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“UnREAL” actress Shiri Appleby chats about Jewish influences and growing up on set

It may sound surprising coming from someone who’s been acting on TV since she was a child, but Shiri Appleby (“Roswell,” “Life Unexpected...
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Yefim Bronfman: Piano man

Above: Yefim Bronfman. Photo by Frank Stewart After hearing the Israeli-American pianist Yefim Bronfman rip through a thorny Prokofiev sonata, ...
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Pilobolus performing ‘Bow and Arrow.’ Photo by John Kate

Dance troupe Pilobolus brings its vision to Malibu

There’s no such thing as a typical Pilobolus performance. The Connecticut-based dance troupe has collaborated with cartoonists, filmmakers, ...
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