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  • HEEB talks to the world’s most prolific “Downfall” parodist.

  • Darren Aronofsky may direct a George Washington biopic.

  • Yiddish theater comes to Johns Hopkins University.

  • A Haifa street-art collective goes to London.

  • The Israeli film “The Policeman” won the prize for Best Film at the Buenos Aires film festival.

  • Shulem Deen writes for Salon about how a Panasonic radio affected his marriage and his faith.

  • Check out Yiddish singer Anthony Russell tonight at the Workmen’s Circle.

  • Come see Forverts Editor Boris Sandler’s film about Yiddish writer Yosl Birshteyn tomorrow night at YIVO.

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