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Sephardim And Secularism

10/16/2013
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After reading the articles on the Pew study about the state of American Jewry
and how slowly secular Jews are disappearing, I also read about the passing
of Rabbi Ovadia Josef (“What Pews Does — And Doesn’t — Tell Us, Oct. 11, “A ‘Gaon’ In Every Sense,” Oct. 11).

Choreographing To A Sephardic Beat

05/01/2012
Staff Writer

Getting information out of the much-touted contemporary ballet choreographer Alonzo King, based in San Francisco, is a bit like prying teeth. He likes to keep things abstract, speak about universal truths, and give primacy to the viewer’s perspective. 

Victor Mateos Arellano in Alonzo King’s “Resin,” set to Sephardic music. RJ Muna
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