By Glen Hirshberg
Remembering Meir Z. Ribalow
The internationally renowned playwright, poet, novelist, critic, and activist Meir Z. Ribalow, whose greatest legacy may be his profound impact on the lives of hundreds of other artists whose work he nurtured, furthered, supported and celebrated, died on August 23rd after battling prostate cancer. He was 63. I first met Ribalow at a Seder given…
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