Wednesday, August 12, 2020


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What’s Happening: Celebrate Israel Fest, Lag B’omer

FRI MAY 17 Musical Shabbat Music and Shabbat go hand in hand at Adat Ari El for “N’ranena,” an upbeat evening featuring an unbroken thread of...

‘Inherited Memories’ Exhibition Transforms Holocaust Stories

Local artists Shula Singer Arbel, Dwora Fried and Malka Nedivi have very different styles and employ different mediums, but their inspiration for their work...

Calendar April 5-11

University of Southern California professor Josh Kun has done some digging to bring you little-known songs about, and from, our City of Angels.

Artist displays what’s missing in a ‘Box’

It’s hard to believe that Dwora Fried — a native Austrian with unruly, fiery red hair, a lesbian, world traveler, mother of four and daughter of a Holocaust survivor — is able to create artwork just as complicated, dynamic and vivacious as herself, all within a wooden box that’s only 31 centimeters wide, 21 centimeters high and 8 centimeters deep.

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