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December 19, 2014  RSS feed

Nominations sought for annual ‘Breaking the Glass Ceiling’ awards

The Jewish Museum of Florida FIU (JMOF-FIU) announces its search for nominations for its annual Breaking the Glass Ceiling Awards, presented to women who have excelled in professional fields that are normally dominated by men. Nominees are also judged based upon activities in the Jewish and civic communities and serving as role models for other women.  More...

Ahavat Shalom to present show on Yiddish theater

Temple Ahavat Shalom will present “The Whole Megillah: The Story of the Yiddish Theatre, ” a blend of original graphics, scanned photos, historic videos and an extensively researched, scripted narrative combined with live music by the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, Chicago’s premier Jewish musical group. The show, a fundraiser for the congregation, will be on Saturday, Jan.  More...

Asolo Rep launches season with ‘The Matchmaker’

Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota kicks off its 2014-15 season with three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Thornton Wilder’s uproarious romantic comedy, The Matchmaker. Adapted from the Tony Award-winning musical, Hello Dolly!, the play opens Friday, Jan. 9, and runs in rotating rep through Saturday, April 11.  More...

Crossword wins praise, editor promises even better puzzling in 2015

New York Times crossword editor Will Shortz, the dean of American puzzledom, recently applauded the newly upgraded weekly Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzles, calling it a “great product” with puzzles that are “well-constructed.”  More...

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