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Zeek: Russified Boston Release Event and Reading

Zeek: Russified Boston Release Event and Reading
By April 10, 2008

Join Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture for a full night of performances, readings, and music by some of Boston’s leading young writers and musicians. Our lineup is a who’s who of the young literary scene in Jewish … Read More

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Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party

Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party
By April 6, 2008

Zeek: Russified For the release of Zeek’s Russified Spring issue, Zeek will be hosting a number of events in March and April. Salon & Performance March 23, 2008 The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, 3.30 – 5 … Read More

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Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party

Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party
By April 6, 2008

Zeek: Russified For the release of Zeek’s Russified Spring issue, Zeek will be hosting a number of events in March and April. Salon & Performance March 23, 2008 The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, 3.30 – 5 … Read More

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Shoah Madness

Shoah Madness
By April 1, 2008

Translation is not the simple act of looking a word up in a dictionary. Cultural connotation and context are often crucial to understanding a translation that might have a very different meaning from the one intended. Such is the case … Read More

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Sick Enough for Religion

Sick Enough for Religion
By April 1, 2008

One should note that Joseph often cried. In fact there are no less that eight references in the Torah to him doing so. One who has suffered greatly in bad times will cry easily even in good times. The brothers, … Read More

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Sick Enough for Religion

Sick Enough for Religion
By April 1, 2008

One should note that Joseph often cried. In fact there are no less that eight references in the Torah to him doing so. One who has suffered greatly in bad times will cry easily even in good times. The brothers, … Read More

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The Bank Teller’s Game

The Bank Teller’s Game
By April 1, 2008

Called by Library Journal “one of the most important writers working today,” Michael Brodsky is very much a writer for an idealized tomorrow. He was born in the Bronx in 1951, and lives in the seclusion nearest to Manhattan, namely … Read More

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The Bank Teller’s Game

The Bank Teller’s Game
By April 1, 2008

Called by Library Journal “one of the most important writers working today,” Michael Brodsky is very much a writer for an idealized tomorrow. He was born in the Bronx in 1951, and lives in the seclusion nearest to Manhattan, namely … Read More

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