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  • Russell Crowe is set to appear as Noah in Darren Aronofsky’s biblical-themed movie of the same name.

  • The Village Voice gives high praise to a new exhibit by Israeli artist Oded Hirsch.

  • Francine Prose writes on Edith Wharton for the New York Review of Books.

  • Margaret Eby looks at the strange relationship between Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for The Paris Review.

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    50th meeting of the Yiddish Open Mic Cafe

    Hybrid event in London and online.

    Aug 14, 2022

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    Join audiences and participants from across the globe for this live celebration of Yiddish songs, poems, jokes, stories, games, serious and funny - all performed in Yiddish with English translation.

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