Not many artists begin an ambitious new series at 76, but Arnold Mesches did just that after receiving a large box stuffed with FBI documents in 1999. It had taken the Jewish American painter three years and dozens of letters to obtain the 760-page dossier, his FBI file from 1945 to...
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Journal readers who were upset when a prominent local rabbi proposed that the biblical story of the Exodus from Egypt wasn't literally true, should be forewarned of possible apoplexy while watching the History Channel's "Digging for the Truth: Archaeology and the Bible."