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City To Unveil Art Installation in Honor of Jewish American Heritage Month – Beverly Hills Courier

| May 11, 2024

The city of Beverly Hills in collaboration with the Community Services Departments Arts & Culture Division, Recreation and Parks Division, as well as the Beverly Hills Public Library, will reveal Unfolded Narratives, a 100-foot-long tapestry art installation at the Beverly Hills Public Library on May 4.

Yo-Ho-Hum: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest," "The Devil Wears Prada," and "An Inconvenient Truth" – River…

| May 11, 2024

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST I know a bunch of you bought tickets for it this past weekend, so allow me to ask: Did anyone else find Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest a little, you know, incoherent? A degree of senselessness, of course, has to come with the territory, but while I'm positive that I didn't nod off during Gore Verbinski's opus - the booming soundtrack and relentless, CGI-enhanced action won't let you - I'm not sure I ever quite understood it. There seemed to be a whole lot of plot in Dead Man's Chest but none of it meant anything or was revealed with an urgency that might make it mean anything; at some point, I simply gave up trying to figure the damned thing out, and just waited for Davy Jones and the rest of his barnacled baddies to show up again.

Movie Makes "Mindless Action Spectacle" a Compliment: "The Fast & the Furious" and "Dr. Dolittle 2" – River Cities…

| May 11, 2024

The River Cities' Reader, started in 1993, is independently and locally owned. We publish a monthly printed tabloid size magazine, available for free throughout the Quad Cities at over 300 locations

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Gory: "The Eye," "Over Her Dead Body," and "Strange Wilderness" – River Cities Reader

| May 11, 2024

The River Cities' Reader, started in 1993, is independently and locally owned. We publish a monthly printed tabloid size magazine, available for free throughout the Quad Cities at over 300 locations. The Reader provides keys to the Quad Cities' culture in print and online with exhaustive eventcalendars and coverage of arts, music, theatre, festivals, readings, lectures, meetings, exhibits, museums, dance, sports and classes for all ages.

Senators introduce bill to address antisemitism and create federal coordinator – WICZ

| April 11, 2024

Sen. Lankford said, In America, we have the right to have a faith and to live that faith.

Members of Congress introduce bill calling for coordinated federal efforts to counter antisemitism – The Jerusalem Post

| April 11, 2024

A group of bipartisan, bicameral members of Congress will introduce the "Countering Antisemitism Act" on Wednesday, which aims to increase federal efforts from the White House to the Department of Education to tackle the rise in antisemitism across the country. The bill is sponsored by the co-chairs of the Senate and House Bipartisan Task Forces for Combating Antisemitism Sens. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) and James Lankford (R-OK) along with Reps

President Biden Hosts Black History Month Reception at the White House – C-SPAN

| February 9, 2024

President Biden Hosts Black History Month Reception at the White House   C-SPAN

Jewish American Heritage Month: A Commemorative Observances Legal …

| January 13, 2024

Jewish American Heritage Month had its origins in 1980 when Congress passed Pub. L.

How Antisemitism Gets Kosherized: A French Rabbi on Rising Hate in Her Country – POLITICO

| January 6, 2024

How Antisemitism Gets Kosherized: A French Rabbi on Rising Hate in Her Country   POLITICO

Governor Abbott Celebrates May 2023 As Jewish American Heritage Month

| November 8, 2023

May 1, 2023 | Austin, Texas | Press Release Governor Greg Abbott today recognized the month of May 2023 as Jewish American Heritage Month to celebrate American Jews' many contributions to Texas' and the nation's history and culture.


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