Arts & Life

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Attman’s Lombard location branches out
BY Lisa Traiger
January 30, 2014

He might just be the only deli owner/doctor in the country, if not the world, and he’ll put his corned beef up against any of those fading New York delis: Katz’s, Second Avenue, Zabars. Pikesville resident Marc Attman is a proud third-generation deli owner. He notes his ZIP code, 21208, as part of his identity. CONTINUE »

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Boos for Broncos, cheers for Seahawks
BY Simone Ellin
January 30, 2014

If you’re a Ravens fan — and few Baltimoreans aren’t — Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII showdown between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., is shaping up to be a bit of a bummer. But take heart. At least you’re not a Baltimore native and diehard Ravens fan CONTINUE »

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‘The Green Prince’ tells story of Hamas insider turned spy
BY Matthew Weinstein, JTA
January 30, 2014

PARK CITY, Utah – Perhaps the most difficult thing about watching the new documentary “The Green Prince” is feeling that you should not be there, that everyone in the theater should be asked to leave before any more Israeli intelligence secrets are divulged. When the Israeli newspaper Haaretz first broke the story in 2010 of CONTINUE »

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Verdi’s ‘La Traviata’ to be performed in Masada
BY Anav Silverman, Tazpit News Agency
January 30, 2014

Pre-state Israel experienced its first opera premiere when the Russian-born conductor and visionary, Mordechai Golinkin, directed Giuseppe Verdi’s “La Traviata” in September 1923. With no opera house in Tel Aviv at the time, the opera had to be performed in movie theaters. In Golinkin’s quest to pioneer opera life and culture, “La Traviata” was one CONTINUE »

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New film by Baltimoreans shows college life through parents’ eyes
BY Simone Ellin
January 23, 2014

The college tour. It’s a rite of passage for most college-bound high school students. A new film by Baltimore natives Adam Rodgers and Sig Libowitz turns the tables on the college application process by taking a bittersweet look at two parents played by Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga. They form an immediate connection when they CONTINUE »