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READER SUBMITTED: Jewish Historical Society Of Greater Hartford Recieves Connecticut Humanities GrantWest HartfordThe Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford, in partnership with the Mandell Jewish Community Center, is pleased to announce that it has received a grant award from Connecticut Humanities to renovate and update the existing Holocaust Memorial Room...
Though its population hovers at just 8 million, Israel has become a powerhouse in nurturing high-caliber jazz talent. Chicago concertgoers are well acquainted with Anat Cohen, the uncommonly versatile Israeli clarinetist who's based in New York and...
CANNES, France — The Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky has made only seven features in his nearly half-century career, but his legendary midnight movie "El Topo," a wigged-out peyote western that played to New York audiences for months in 1970,...
Tags: Skype, Chile, Drive (movie), Dance, Omar Sharif
WASHINGTON — Long before Sept. 11, the war on terrorism and two pressure-cooker bombs at the Boston Marathon, a young Muslim from Egypt walked into the ballroom of a New York City hotel and shot to death an outspoken Jewish rabbi. El Sayyid A....
Tags: FBI, Justice System, Sports, Shootings, Prosecution
For the second straight year, a group of dedicated South Floridians will harness the region’s greatest natural resource for a cause dear to the hearts of most of us. By which I mean pinups promoting dog adoption. From 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at...
Geza Vermes was a graduate student in Belgium in the late 1940s when he was captivated by news sweeping the globe about a remarkable discovery in the desert east of Jerusalem. He quickly switched gears, penning his doctoral thesis on the Dead Sea Scrolls,...
Predictability and the arts-and-entertainment world have an uneasy relationship. Predictability is a given — like the mouthfeel of a Big Mac — when it comes to, say, the punch lines on "Two and a Half Men" or the beats of your average...
Varsity Times InsiderBASEBALL SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Wild-card games, Tuesday Huntington Beach 2, King 1 El Modena 3, Simi Valley 1 Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 6, Riverside North 1 Thousand Oaks 3, Servite 2 Valencia 11, Westlake 2 Santa Margarita 5, Mission......
By opting for surgery to remove her breasts while they were still healthy, Angelina Jolie joined a growing number of women who have used genetic testing to take control of their health. Here are answers to some common questions about how DNA...
Picking a volunteer vacation is a lot like dating: The choices are mind-boggling, but finding the right fit takes work. Treat the search like a job. Opportunities to travel and immerse yourself in a different culture are everywhere. You can enlist...
West HartfordJewish Teen Learning Connection (JTConnect), hosted J-Serve: Community-wide Teen Day of Service on April 28. Fifty teens and 30 students from the University of Hartford (UHA) participated in an interactive day of learning, doing and, most of all, giving...
When Angelina Jolie announced Tuesday that she had both breasts removed to cut her risk of cancer, experts across South Florida predicted the Hollywood superstar saved more lives than her own. In the age of genetic testing, more women with cancer-...
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