Jan 26, 2016

No Direction Home:”Fiddler” Forces A Comfortable Jewish Community To Remember The Perils Of The Immigrant

Jewish Week

“Hamilton” may be the hottest ticket in town, with its fusion of hip-hop patriotism and a colorful cast of homeboys for Founding Fathers, but not far behind in ticket sales and sentimental attachments to equally revolutionary times is the revival of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
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Jan 18, 2016

Primo Levi’s Pertinence In Today’s Mad, Mad World


Amid all the madness of the present world — machine-gun massacres, beheadings of journalists, torching of homosexuals, the enslavement of women and random stabbings, not to mention recurring genocides — it is becoming easier to forget a time, not too long ago, when the savagery of human behavior was even worse.
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