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Tom Teicholz

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Tom Teicholz is an award-winning journalist and co-host of the journalism podcast The Buried Lede

A Rabbi Must Be For All Congregants

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The role of a rabbi is different from that of a congregant, or even a politician.

This Week Taught Me How Out of Touch I Am About Race

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Like many Americans, my opinions on these subjects, although well-meaning and no doubt PC, were nonetheless shallow.

When a ‘City Without Jews’ Was a Comedy

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Wilshire Boulevard Temple will host a special screening of the Los Angeles premiere of “The City Without Jews,” a long-lost, recently restored 1924 Austrian...

GOOD AS (Jonathan) GOLD [Reposted from 2007]

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Originally posted in 2007: GOOD AS (Jonathan) GOLD "The plov is great." Jonathan Gold, the LA Weekly's restaurant critic and the 2007 winner of the Pulitzer Prize...

Q&A with Zubin Mehta on Making Music After a Historic War

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When the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO), conducted by Zubin Mehta, played at Walt Disney Concert Hall in October, it was part of a farewell...

Jews are not white people, or why Jews support the Left (a response to...

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In his most recent column in the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, Dennis Prager wonders (as he does in many of his columns over...

The Israel Museum @ 50: Treasures & Exhibits

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Happy birthday to the Israel Museum! The country's national museum turns 50 this year -- middle age for most of us, but quite young...

Heaven is a Library (The National Library of Israel)

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On my most recent visit to Jerusalem this past June, I spent a few hours in heaven: touring the collections of the National Library...

The Broad’s Veiled Gift to LA

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Everything about visiting The Broad, the new museum on Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles that Eli and Edythe Broad built to house their...

Heaven is a library (The National Library of Israel)

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On my most recent visit to Jerusalem this past June, I spent a few hours in heaven: touring the collections of the National Library of Israel and previewing plans for its new state-of-the-art building to be built on a beautiful site near the Knesset, the Supreme Court and the Israel Museum.

A Hungarian Lens on Photography

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A portrait of Picasso. Photos by Ervin Marton Courtesy Stephen Cohen Gallery “It is not enough to have talent,” photographer Robert Capa once said, turning...

From Here to ‘Afar’: The Art of Peter Forgacs

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“Once upon a time” is a phrase we use for fairy tales and fables. Yet most Jews carry with them another time, another land,...

Bob Dylan Blew My Mind at MusiCares

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Let me indulge in some hyperbole: When Moses spoke after...

Paula Bronstein and The Big Picture

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How do we understand the impact of climate change and natural disasters on people and architecture, and how does humanity learn from our mistakes...

Leonard Cohen’s Triumphant “Problems”

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The mere release of “Popular Problems,” two days after Leonard Cohen’s 80th birthday last month, is remarkable in and of itself. (How many 80-year-old...

In Re: Artist Miri Chais’ Mind

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“Re:Mind,” a multimedia installation at USC’s Fisher Museum of Art, is the first solo show in the United States for Miri Chais, an...

Sandy Frank: An Appreciation

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Sanford Jay Frank, the Emmy Award-winning writer and producer, screenwriting guru and conservative ideologue whom everyone called Sandy, died at his home in Calabasas...

Marx Brothers Make Merry in Tv Collection

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The Shout! Factory release of “The Marx Brothers TV Collection,” an omnibus of the Brothers Marx’s post-film career TV appearances, is occasion enough to...

The Hollywood Blacklist in Exile

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Stories of the Hollywood blacklist of the 1940s and ’50s are, by now, well known. Many books, articles and documentaries exist about the lives...

Israel’s artists of the Imagination: Orit Raff and Nir Evron

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Art — both making it and enjoying it — seems a luxury in times of war. Yet the work of two Israeli artists, Orit...

Jewish Heroes of the Great Patriotic War

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“On the Way to the Patriotic War,” artists V. Vinogradov, Y. Nikolaev; postcard. Photos courtesy of the Blavatnik Archive Foundation “On the Way to...

Judy Fiskin: The Hammer’s Summer Blockbuster

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Judy Fiskin’s video “I’ll Remember Mama” is a witty, complex story of the artist’s relationship with her mother. Photo courtesy of Judy Fiskin In keeping...

Jackson Pollock’s ‘Mural’: Masterpiece or Macho Outburst?

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Rarely do we see singular artworks that, even as they represent an exact moment of transition between art historical movements, are also masterpieces in...

The Strength of Ma’aleh Film School

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A scene from the documentary film, “The Strength to Tell.” A black-and-white film shows a trial being called to session. In less than a second,...

My Prediction for 2014: Peace in the Middle East

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This year, President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry will secure a peace agreement in the Middle East between Israel and the Palestinians,...

We are all ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

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“Inside Llewyn Davis,” Joel and Ethan Coen’s new film, is the fictional story of one week in the life of a folksinger in Greenwich...

Danny Sanderson in L.A., celebrating 40 years of Israeli pop music

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If you’ve been to Israel in the last 40 years or heard Israeli popular music, then you probably know Danny Sanderson, who will be...

The Wallis: Now that it’s built, will they come?

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A giant risk is being taken with The Wallis — as the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills is being...

What Jonathan Alter Thinks about Our President

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June 18, 2013 Jonathan Alter’s “The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies” (Simon and Schuster), an account of the president’s reelection campaign and...

The Remarkable Life and Times of George Plimpton

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The groundbreaking journalist taught me one of life's most important lessons: You never have to be afraid to be yourself June 17, 2013 Recent...
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