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The 61 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: February 3-9, 2020 –

| February 4, 2020

Our music critics have already chosen the 46 best music shows this week, but now it's our arts & culture critics' turn to recommend the best events in their areas of expertise. Here are their picks in every genrefrom a reading with Garth Greenwell to the grand reopening of the Asian Art Museum, and from Disney's Frozen to Trixie Mattel: Grown Up 2020. See them all below, and find even more events on our complete EverOut Things To Do calendar.

Brilliant Things to Do in February: Films, Exhibitions, Food and More – AnOther Magazine

| February 4, 2020

February 03, 2020 Events and Exhibitions Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk at the V&A, London: from February 29, 2020A forthcoming exhibition at the V&A charts the widespread influence of the traditional Japanese garment, the kimono, a dynamic and constantly evolving icon of fashion. Looking back to the 1660s and tracing how the kimono has evolved through to the present day, and become prolific in the worlds of fashion and pop culture,Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk is a celebration of the historic and traditional Japanese gown. Linderismat Kettles Yard, Cambridge: February 15 April 26, 2020A new exhibition at the Cambridge galleryKettles Yardcelebrates Linder Sterling, promising to highlight the punk artists varied and vibrant oeuvre: the exhibition is said to explore Linder as performance artist, zine-maker, musician, documentary photographer, collaborator, muse, guru, medium and bodybuilder.Linderismwill feature new work situated throughout the storied Modernist house and grounds of Kettles Yard, plus a new performance piece by the artist on March 12 at Cambridges women-only college Murray Edwards

The Recorder – The other side of Plymouth Rock – The Recorder

| February 2, 2020

Plymouth, Massachusetts, is gearing up for a big anniversary this year: It was in December 1620 that a group of English Puritans, who came to be known as the Pilgrims, landed on the shore of eastern Massachusetts and began to build a settlement that would eventually help shape some of the basic principles, traditions, and social and legal systems of the future American nation. At least thats how whitewashed history has painted the story. Along the way, some of the events and people of the settlement would become part of American folklore, from the tradition of Thanksgiving and the legend of Plymouth Rock.

Free And Cheap Events In London This Week: 3-9 February 2020 – Londonist

| February 2, 2020

All weekThe Real Thing at Fashion Space Gallery WORK IN PROGRESS: As comedians start looking ahead to Edinburgh, Pleasance Theatre's Work In Progress season goes on. The shows are a fiver each, or three for 12, and options this week include Tez Ilyas: Rough Draft, Jane Pasty's Apology Tour, Dane Baptiste's The Chocolate Chip, plus shows by Sarah Keyworth, Adam Hess and Mark, Miles and Camilla. Pleasance Theatre (Islington), 5/12 for three shows, book ahead, ongoing THE REAL THING: New exhibition The Real Thing showcases photos which explore aspiration, ownership, and authenticity in the fashion industry

The Jewish religion is indeed intertwined with Zionism – The Jerusalem Post

| January 31, 2020

A fascinating debate occurred last month in Jerusalem during the launch event of Dr. Asaf Malachs book From the Bible to the Jewish State The Cycles of Jewish Nationalism and the Israeli Polemic.Responding to Malachs analysis that shows how Jewish nationalism was always core to Judaism itself, famed Israeli author AB Yehoshua argued that the linkage with the Jewish religion has been detrimental to Jewish nationalism, and that it has downgraded the homeland gene, which according to Yehoshua is the basis of every nationality.

RHV Calendar | Rutland Reader – Rutland Herald

| January 31, 2020

Thursday 30 January Motivational Interviewing Training. Learn techniques to motivate change in behaviors with Jess Guardado, social work manager, RRMC. Refreshments provided.

Rabbi Avraham Hakohen "Romi" Cohn, Prominent NYC Leader And Holocaust Survivor, To Deliver Opening Prayer Before Congress On Wednesday -…

| January 31, 2020

On the 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz and International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Congressman Max Rose, Member of the Bipartisan Task Force for Combating Antisemitism, issued the following statement announcing that Holocaust survivor and Staten Island resident Rabbi Avraham Hakohen Romi Cohn will deliver the House Opening Prayer this Wednesday, January 29 at 12:00 p.m. ET. Opening the House of Representatives in prayer is a tradition that began in 1789 with the first Continental Congress.

Things to do this week in Cincinnati: Jan. 27-Feb. 2 – The Cincinnati Enquirer

| January 27, 2020

Art After Dark.(Photo: Enquirer file) Would it be cheesy to say there are some reel cool events this week?

Holocaust Remembrance Falters in Europe | William Echikson – The Times of Israel

| January 26, 2020

Red lights are flashing.

US evangelical leader announces he’ll give ‘Friends of Zion’ award to Putin – The Times of Israel

| January 25, 2020

An American evangelical leader who advises US President Donald Trump on Israel announced that he will present an award to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mike Evans, one of Trumps informal group of evangelical advisers, said Wednesday that he would award his Friends of Zion award to Putin to honor the role of the Soviet Union in saving Jews during World War II. Evans was visiting Israel this week for the World Holocaust Forum

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