January 18, 2020

Roberto Loiederman

At 9:53 a.m. on July 18, 1994, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a suicide bomber in a Renault van detonated more than 600 pounds of explosives near the entrance to AMIA
“Nightmare visions you can dance to.” That’s what Ron Kadish, Daniel Kahn’s publicist, says about “The Butcher’s Share,” by the klezmer group
“Festival of Lights,” is the creation of David Solid Gould, a Jewish bassist who recorded reggae with his own group, The Temple Rockers,
I consider myself a Joel-ite, as do a few of my friends. Or is it Joel-ian? If the Joel cult grows, I suppose we’ll figure it out.
What happens when two Jewish musicians shaped by different life experiences come together to create a 21st-century take on Kabbalat Shabbat?
Don’t call Gabriel Meyer Halevy’s 90-minute gatherings — filled with spiritual music and storytelling — performances. He prefers “prayer-formances.”
In his office on the third floor of UCLA’s Humanities Building, professor Lev Hakak proudly displays copies of Hador (“The Generation”),
It was Friday night at Valley Beth Shalom (VBS) when Rabbi Ed Feinstein explained the difference between how Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews pray.
“Tales From the Forgotten Kingdom” is a musical production that tells touching stories of Sephardic communities during the early part of the 20th century.
Afro-Brazilian dance group Viver Brasil will mark its 20th year on Sept. 22 at the Ford Theatres by reprising “Revealed” and performing new dances.
The “Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico,” running through Feb. 25 at the Skirball, will introduce visitors a major personality in Mexican art.
Stern is perhaps the most prominent among the Argentine-Jewish photographers whose work is included in an exhibit opening Sept. 16 at The Getty Center.
Just as Jim Kaufman started to speak at the starting point of the first-ever San Fernando Valley Interfaith Solidarity March, an emergency alarm sounded.
Of the countless folded paper wishes and hopes stuck between the massive stones of Jerusalem’s Western Wall Chloé Pourmorady’s prayer may be unique.
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