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It was supposed to be “the greatest party of 1969.” Instead, it was the last.
The installation was meant as a statement against far-right elements in the Germany, but Jewish groups objected to the display.
“It’s confusing why anyone hates anyone that is different from them, but I think Jews are especially confounded by it.”
The Folksbiene will bring new life to Goldfaden’s “The Sorceress” by restoring its original orchestrations to their former glory.
The book is said to have made the Palestinian Authority president cry.
Sandler’s early influences were the Marx Brothers and Rodney Dangerfield and he saw his first comic at a Catskills resort.
“I’m not a politician, and I can’t lie about the way I feel about things,” Johansson said.
“Fleishman Is in Trouble,” “The Heavens” and “She Said” are among the New York Times’s 100 Notable Books of 2019.
Jews are not often the focus of the Roman Catholic director’s oeuvre, but when they are, he strikes at something essential to the Jewish experience.