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  • An expedition is underway to recover hundred of millions of dollars worth of art stolen by Nazis, which is believed to be buried in a mine.
  • A.B. Yehoshua imagines a meeting between David Ben Gurion and Ze’ev Jabotinsky.

  • Guernica magazine interviews Forward opinion editor Gal Beckerman.

  • The Montreal Review of Books looks at a history of the city’s synagogues.

  • One Yiddishist is starting a translation service in Portland, Maine.

  • Jake Marmer profiles poet and candy store owner Herschel “Hersch” Silverman.

  • The Talmud is being translated into Arabic.


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