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Jewish Culture’s Peak Has Passed in Miami, New York, the New York Times Suggests | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com
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The Young Israel of Greater Miami synagogue in North Miami Beach. Photo: Google Maps. In Dr. Seuss’s 1971 book The Lorax, a character called “the old Once-ler” tells the tale of an ecosystem nearly entirely destroyed by pollution and greed. Over at the New York Times, the Once-ler seems to have stealthily taken over editing […]

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Jewish Culture’s Peak Has Passed in Miami, New York, the New York Times Suggests – Global Diaspora News
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In Dr. Seuss’s 1971 book The Lorax, a character called “the old Once-ler” tells the tale of an ecosystem nearly entirely destroyed by pollution and greed. Over at the New York Times, the Once-ler seems to have stealthily taken over editing coverage of the American Jewish news. Exhibit A. is a recent food-section reference in […]

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New York City Artist Jdel Blends Cartoons And Cannabis To Seek Refuge From His Childhood | Cannabis Culture
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A New York City-based artist is reclaiming his childhood and infusing it with cannabis culture in his art. Jdel was raised in a Jehovah’s Witness household during the height of New York City’s crack epidemic. As a kid, there was so much that he was allowed to do or places that he wasn’t allowed toRead […]

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Giants captains praise Joe Judge, New York’s culture
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With a 4-12 record and questionable quotes during rants from head coach Joe Judge, the New York Giants look like a circus. However, the players don’t see it like that. Saquon Barkley stood up for his coach and he is not alone in believing that New York is making progress. Giants captains sang Judge’s praises to […]

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Great New Archive Lets You Hear the Sounds of New York City During the Roaring 20s |  Open Culture
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The French refer to the decade between 1920 and 1929 as les Années folles, “the crazy years,” which is apt when you consider how the French middle and upper classes generally loosened their brassieres and defined modern bohemia, à la Coco Chanel. But the American moniker — the Roaring 20s — fits too. Nearly everything […]

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New York cultural forum aims to make culture ‘relevant and accessible’ | York Press
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The forum is open to anyone in the sector, including individuals, organisations and community groups. It will choose its own executive members, making York the first city with an elected cultural executive group in the UK. Its creation follows the launch in 2020 of the city’s five-year culture strategy. A joint venture between Make It […]

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Vaccinated New Jersey 13-year-old dies of cardiac arrest – World Tribune: U.S. Politics and Culture, Geopolitics, East Asia Intelligence, China, Geostrategy, Military, National security, Corporate Watch, Media Watch, North Korea, Iran, Columnists: Dennis Prager, Michelle Malkin, John Metzler, Jeffrey Kuhner, John McNabb, Joe Schaeffer, Bill Juneau, Alexander Maistrovoy, Donald Kirk
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by WorldTribune Staff, January 7, 2022 A double-vaxxed 13-year-old New Jersey boy died on Jan. 4 of what his family said was unexplained sudden cardiac arrest. Jack O’Drain was a thin, healthy middle school student who, according to a social media post by his father Trent, suffered an unexplainable cardiac arrest on New Year’s Eve […]

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REVIEW: Mafalda Minnozzi’s ‘Cinema City: Jazz Scenes from Italian Film’ – New York Music Daily/Lucid Culture – LYDIALIEBMAN.COM
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by Alan Young, New York Music Daily/Lucid Culture “Singer Mafalda Minnozzi‘s career spans the worlds of jazz, tropicalia and Mediterranean balladry. Her new album Cinema City: Jazz Scenes From Italian Film – streaming at Bandcamp – is a perfect vehicle for her since the collection underscores the close affinity between Italian film music from the 50s onward, […]

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