Mishmash

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September 12, 2013

Dr. John P. Carrrio: I’m not Jewish, but my wife is. I think it is the hut outside. Aviva Hauser: A hut. It has schach on top and decorations. You eat in it. Dr. and Mrs. Morley Grossman: It is a temporary sanctuary. We hang fruit and vegetables, and we enjoy eating in it. Want to place an CONTINUE »

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BY Rivka Cohen
September 12, 2013

This tells the story of three generations of Rivka Cohen’s family, whose lives were turned upside down by the Holocaust. We learn about their travels from pre-World War I Hungary to post-World War II Israel though a series of personal stories. The stories are illustrated with family photographs, which add to the narratives, and drawings CONTINUE »

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BY Baltimore Jewish Council
September 12, 2013

The Holon Children’s Museum of Israel is known for its hands-on, multimedia exhibits, such as “Dialogue in the Dark” and “Invitation to Silence,” where visitors experience a 90-minute tour focusing on what it feels like to live with physical impairments, such as vision and auditory deficiencies. “Dialogue with Time,” a new exhibit geared toward teens CONTINUE »

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BY Marcy Oster, JTA Wire Service
September 4, 2013

Israel’s tallest building is going up in central Tel Aviv. The municipality’s building commission approved the Keren Hakirya complex, which will include an 80-floor skyscraper. Keren Hakirya will be located in the northeast corner of the Kirya, the Israel Defense Forces’ headquarters, and will be comprised of five buildings. Joining the skyscraper will be two CONTINUE »