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Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (4/2/20) – NJ.com

| April 3, 2020

Those planning to take part in the Humanity Preservation Foundations Orange Tie Affair on Friday, April 3, are encouraged dress semi-formal, preferably with an orange flair -- at least from the waist up, or however much they intend to show of themselves on screen. Thats because the annual gala fundraiser and cocktail party, set to take place at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden from 7 to 11 p.m, has been shifted to an online-only event in wake of the COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings. The party will go on via Zoom

The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in March 2020 – TIME

| March 28, 2020

The entertainment industry essentially ground to a halt in mid-March, as coronavirus swept the nation, rendering everything from concerts and movie theaters to publicity events and film shoots unsafe, if not illegal. We have to take our distractions where we can get them in these anxious times, so I for one have never been more grateful for television, which will presumably continue to put shiny new stories in front of our faces until its arsenal of stockpiled programming runs out. Whether youre an established TV fanatic or someone whos been spending a lot more time with the tube now that theres not much else to do for recreation, I humbly recommend these five standout new series from the past monthplus two honorable mentions in case youre running through your to-watch list more quickly than usual

9 incredible donations to the US Holocaust Museum from New York family artifacts – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| March 28, 2020

NEW YORK (JTA)-A hand-drawn portrait of a young man in a French internment camp. A photo of a Jewish girl who survived the Holocaust by hiding in a monastery. A letter detailing efforts to improve life for Jews in the Bergen-Belsen displaced persons camp

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/27/20) – NJ.com

| March 28, 2020

Now Showing: A needed dose of optimism. Alas, with no pending shows to promote, the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank has decided to use its marquee to deliver daily messages of encouragement and support during the coronavirus crisis

SupermanHPV still fighting the good fight against HPV-related cancers – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| March 28, 2020

(aka Lois Lane*) Last year, Jason Mendelsohn (aka SupermanHPV) spoke on Capitol Hill at a Congressional Briefing titled "Let's End HPV-related Cancers." During his talk, in which he shared his human-papillomavirus-related (HPV) cancer-survivor story, he showed a 2-minute video of pictures of his family life, hospital stays for treatment, and ringing the bell in celebration of his recovery. The song accompanying the photos was "If You're Going Through Hell" by Rodney Atkins.

100 years ago: After a pandemic, Jacksonville and America went on a wild ride – The Florida Times-Union

| March 27, 2020

For the city of Jacksonville, the 1920s were a monumental and memorable decade, one with echoes as we begin the 2020s dealing with a pandemic, fighting amongst ourselves, and craving a bit of normalcy. Normalcy. Its not a word you typically see a presidential campaign built around.

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/25/20) – NJ.com

| March 26, 2020

One of Central Jerseys biggest sports events fell victim to the coronavirus this week, as organizers of the annual Tour of Somerville bicycle race announced it was shelving this years event.

Nothing to see here – Winnipeg Free Press

| March 21, 2020

Concerts have been cancelled. Theatre productions have been suspended. Museums and galleries are dark

Jews in the Land of Disney: Meet the multi-talented Rabbi David Kay – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| March 20, 2020

Born and raised on the southwest side of Chicago, Rabbi David Kay of Congregation Ohev Shalom grew up in an area rife with anti-Semitism. This was the late 1960s, early '70s. Surrounding their tiny Jewish community were predominantly Irish Catholic, blue-collar neighborhoods

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/18/20) – NJ.com

| March 19, 2020

Stages gone dark. Concerts, festivals and other events canceled or postponed


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