When asked how playwright Joe Orton’s absurdist humor parallels his own, John Tillinger — who is directing Orton’s jet-black farce “What the Butler Saw,” opening Nov. 23 at the Mark Taper Forum — recalled his mother’s funeral in the mid-1980s.
On Rabbi Moshe Twersky. He Was a teacher of American students in Israel. During his life, Twersky’s grandfather ordained 2,000 rabbis. Rabbi Isadore Twersky, his father, was a Harvard professor, a prominent American-Jewish leader, and started the Harvard Center for Jewish Studies in 1978. Rabbi Twersky Was Married With 5 Kids. His funeral was attended by thousands. May his memory be a blessing and the beginning of lasting peace.
I pray for Israel.
They have crawled back with nothing particularly excitement.
A federal appeals court heard arguments in a bid by casino magnate Sheldon Adelson to reinstate a defamation lawsuit against the National Jewish Democratic Council and two of its formal principals.
When asked how playwright Joe Orton’s absurdist humor parallels his own, John Tillinger — who is directing Orton’s jet-black farce “What the Butlerread more
They could hear the iron doors at the front of the synagogue clang shut behind them.
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Five years ago, Jews living in the San Fernando Valley had their choice of Jewish community centers — the Valley Cities JCC in Sherman Oaks, the JCC at Milken in West Hills and the North Valley JCC.
If you’re a carnivore, it’s easy to get carried away at Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill. Just make sure you get a really big table — but even that may not be enough.
The Thanksgiving holiday is the perfect time to invite family and friends to celebrate an American tradition with a home-cooked feast.