Out and About: Ashkelon's Adult Archeology Camp; Leonard Nimoy Lives Long and Prospers
Jewcy reviews the work of Bonnie Lucas, “another artist toiling forever as art teacher with a mature body of thirty years work in her fifth floor walk-up.”
What better place than Israel for an adult archeology camp?
But are Jewish studies on decline in the country’s universities?
Talmud study is catching on in South Korea.
Happy 80th birthday, Leonard Nimoy!
A replica of the 17th-century Gwozdziec wooden synagogue is being built as part of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, currently under construction in Warsaw.
Hannah Munitz, General Director of the Israeli Opera, has received the title of Commendatore in the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, the country’s highest ranking honor.
The Anne Frank Museum might be moving in next door to the Park 51 mosque.
“Bumble-Ardy,” a children’s book about a pig who longs to party, will be the first in 30 years written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak.
Now, maybe, he’ll get to finish that Hobbit adaptation he started way back when.