Out and About: Alice Walker Sails For Gaza; Woody Allen Heads For Rome

  • Novelist Alice Walker explains why she is sailing to Gaza.

  • The New York Times profiles Idan Raichel, Israel’s “musician of the decade.”

  • JWeekly profiles the Ridin’ Chai Motorcycle Club of Northern California.

  • In Souciant, The Arty Semite contributor Joel Schalit writes about Public Enemy in Arabic.

  • In Tablet, The Arty Semite contributor Shulem Deen writes about his journey from Hasid to Hipster Brooklyn.

  • Woody Allen has announced that his next film, “The Bop Decameron,” will be set in Rome and will star Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg and Ellen Page.

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