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David Broza, Music And Discussion

The iconic musician discussed his new album, "East Jerusalem/West Jerusalem" -- recorded with Israeli, American and Palestinian musicians--  at Temple Emanu-el in Manhattan on Feb. 11. Please also see Sandee Brawarsky's Well Versed blog post on the event, and Robert Goldblum's Q&A with Broza.

Author Dara Horn

Jewish Week Culture Editor Sandee Brawarsky speaks with award-winning novelist Dara Horn about her latest work, "A Guide To The Perplexed" and the significance of history and memory in Judaism.

Frank Conversation On Disability And Inclusion


Three prominent change-makers will take part in a discussion entitled “Understanding Difference: A Frank Conversation About Disability and Inclusion” at Cong. Rodeph Sholom on Monday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m.

Art And Torah: Archie Rand's 'Chapter Paintings'

The Jewish Week and artist Archie Rand unite his art -- a painting of each Torah portion -- and our commentary.
Jewish Week Book Critic

This week, we are thrilled to introduce a cycle of art to accompany the weekly Torah commentary.

Tony Judt, Joshua Foer, and a Jewish Memory Palaces

My colleague Sandee Brawarsky spoke with Joshua Foer this week, and did an excellent job reminding readers of memory's central place in Judaism.  Foer's in the news for his new book, "Moonwalking with Einstein," which details how he won the American memory championship. 

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