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  • Ruth R. Wisse and Samuel Leivick, son of Yiddish writer H. Leivick, trade barbs in the Jewish Review of Books.

  • Menachem Wecker takes a look at the hyper-realistic paintings of Max Ferguson.

  • The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation interviews trumpeter Frank London.

  • Adam Levin’s new collection of stories, “Hot Pink,” is reviewed by Peter Orner in The Times.

  • Stephanie Butnick talks to Gilbert Gottfried about being Jewish and enjoying savings.

  • Legendary New York City developer Melvyn Kaufman has died at 87.

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