Before writing his seminal book “Der Judenstaat,” Theodor Herzl, the father of the modern Zionist movement, was a writer of a literary form known as the “feuilleton.” These were short articles or essays, usually collected as a supplement to newspapers, consisting of literature and art criticism, discussion of the latest fashions and trends and social… Read More
JERUSALEM — An Israeli civil rights group has called on the Coca-Cola company to sever its ties with its Palestinian subsidiary over calls by its head to boycott Israel. In a letter to Coca-Cola CEO Mukhtar Kent last week, Shurat HaDin-Israel Law Center warned the company that actions by Zahi Khouri, CEO of Coca-Cola Palestine,… Read More
Children lead the HaMotzi at Concord House in this 1991 photo. Can you identify anyone in this photo? Contact Joanna Church, 410-732-6400, ext. 226 or email@example.com. To see more of the Jewish Museum’s extensive collection and find out who has been identified in past photos, visit jewishmuseummd.org/tag/once-upon-a-time-2.
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Yuval Harari’s “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind,” already an international nonfiction bestseller, guides the reader across a vast, yet entirely accessible framework that draws on biology, anthropology and psychology to describe the dominance of Homo sapiens over other human species and systematically details all that we have accomplished — for better or for worse… Read More
A day after a radio host falsely said that Sen. Bernie Sanders has Israeli citizenship, the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination spoke publicly about how his Jewish identity has influenced him. In an interview with the Christian Science Monitor last week, Sanders (I-Vt.) said that he was “not particularly religious” but that as a… Read More
A Levindale resident participates in an art project, circa 1960s. Can you identify anyone in this photo? Contact Joanna Church, 410-732-6400, ext. 226 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To see more of the Jewish Museum’s extensive collection and find out who has been identified in past photos, visit jewishmuseummd.org/tag/once-upon-a-time-2/
Words Without Music: A Memoir By Philip Glass Liveright Publishing Company, 416 pages In New York in the 1960s it wasn’t unusual for struggling artists to do odd jobs to make a buck until the next big break. Philip Glass drove a cab. He also worked as a plumber, in a steel mill, did construction… Read More
JERUSALEM — An Israeli magician and a Haifa coexistence group broke the Guinness World Record for the largest magic lesson. The magician, Cagliostro, taught a group of 1,573 fifth- and-sixth graders from Haifa a card trick on June 1. The event, called “Haifa Magic for Peace,” was held in conjunction with Beit Hagefen, a cultural… Read More
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