By Samuel Klein
Finding High Holiday Inspiration — In An Art Museum
It is almost noon. We are standing in the Whitney Museum in New York for Alexander Calder: Hypermobility. Included in the exhibition are some of Calder’s earliest works — motor-driven and wind-propelled abstractions, alongside some of his more famous kinetic sculptures. In a departure from the usual ‘don’t you dare touch’ museum policy, Hypermobility gives…
Finding Meaning of Jewish Law in Sandy Shelter
There were fallen trees everywhere. Twisted electricity pylons and crushed white picket fences littered the dark roadside as our Red Cross vehicle made its way to Locust Valley High School, in Long Island’s Nassau County. The roads were a labyrinth of dead-ends as a result of fallen debris and wrecked cars. Yet this was the…
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