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Kutsher's documentary captures the eclectic legacy of a Borscht Belt relic

When young independent music enthusiasts descended on the antiquated Jewish resort of Kutsher's for an international indie rock concert series in 2008, it was "kind of like 'Cocoon' meets 'The Shining...

 

Weekly roundup of world briefs from JTA

ISIS beheads American aid worker, an Iraq war veteran (JTA)—The Islamic State jihadist group beheaded an American hostage. In a video posted online Sunday morning on jihadist and social networking sites, the group also known as ISIS and ISIL said...

 

New exhibit brings to life 350 years of American Jews in the military

WASHINGTON (JTA)-Mementos of Jacob Goldstein slide across the 3-foot-by-4-foot horizontal screen like cards being dealt at a casino: his photograph, his name, an Operation Urgent Fury headline denotin...

 

At inaugural conference of Israeli-American group, a sense of tentativeness

WASHINGTON (JTA)-There were bagel breakfasts, a Friday night kiddush in English and Hebrew, and plenty of talk about how to keep the grandkids Jewish. In some ways, the inaugural conference last...

 

Hadassah's hospitals treat victims and terrorists the same

A first-hand account of a scene at the hospital. Outside the Swartz Center for Emergency Medicine at Hadassah’s hospitals, TV cameramen are waiting for the blinking lights and sirens of the ambulance. One of the injured is already inside— a...

 

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