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Tchaikovsky’s Jewish problem

Tchaikovsky’s Jewish problem

Hershey Felder's one-man show explores the life -- and paradoxes -- of the 19th-century Russian composer.

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Auschwitz museum announces first traveling exhibit of artifacts

American Muslims intermarry way less and are far more religious than American Jews

Israeli-owned Berlin bookstore closes amid accusations of pressure from left

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United States

Opinion

Opinion

Artists’ anti-Israel protest of David Grossman play fizzles — as it deserved to

Lincoln Center, defying protests, staged a performance presenting Israel in all its complexity.

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Israel & Middle East

New security cameras at Temple Mount will respect public and its privacy, Israel Police say

Palestinian social media said that the cameras would be able to look at Muslim women's bodies and could cause cancer.

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From the JTA Archives

Documents Show Truman Demanded Israel Withdraw from Areas Taken During the War of Independence

Japanese Government Rejects Article Blaming Stock Market Trouble on Jews

Candy Workers Strike; Want Pay Checks Sweetened

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World

Jewish athlete barred from 1936 Berlin Olympics dies at 103

Margaret Bergmann Lambert was forced by the Nazis to try out for the games to deflect accusations of racism, only to be unjustly disqualified from participating.

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From 70 Faces Media

Dating While Ultra-Orthodox? Better Update Your Shidduch Resume.

I Gladly Adopted Judaism — But the Food Was Another Story

Halvah and Halwah: What’s The Difference?

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Life & Culture

Menashe

This Yiddish film is a rare look into Hasidic Brooklyn life

"Menashe" — thought to be the first Yiddish movie in more than 70 years — is based on the true story of a Hasidic single father in Borough Park.

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