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  • “Six,” a play by Forward contributor Zohar Tirosh-Polk, has won top prize at the Jewish Plays Project.

  • Will Sarajevo lose its 660-year-old Haggadah?

  • Canadian immigrant Kathleen Reiter stole the show on Israel’s “The Voice.”

  • The latest issue of Jewish Fiction .net is out, featuring stories translated from Turkish, Croatian, Yiddish and Hebrew.

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