In a tent on an ashen desert plain, seven Jews take refuge against the beating sun. One, a middle-age man with a thick Israeli accent, chants Haftorah as the wind kicks up white dust devils around the group. Next to him, a sun-kissed, raven-haired miss in bikini bottoms and halter...
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Saturday, July 2
Hankering for a dose of Hollywood history? The American Cinematheque's "Forever Hollywood" exhibit highlights more than 400 clips from dozens of American films, going as far back as the earliest days of Tinseltown. See exclusive interviews with celebs of...
December 23, 2004 | 7:00 pm
When Elizabeth Cobrin goes to Israel this winter break with Birthright Israel, she and her friends have devised a plan to find each other when participants in all the different Birthright trips get together.
They are going to sing their camp songs really, really loudly, until they...