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The younger generation's eyeballs roll when I get up at weddings, bar mitzvahs and bat mitzvahs to offer a toast to a great-grandmother even the oldest guests never met, but who enabled us to be together. Yet I'd bet that my children and grandchildren...
After surviving three Nazi concentration camps, Arthur Hoover walked for six months across Europe, eventually securing passage to the United States and settling in Chicago, where he landed work as a coat shaper at Hart Schaffner & Marx. At the company,...
Some of the speakers' attempts to speak Russian in the warm West Hollywood auditorium were clunky, but one word was repeated over and over Saturday afternoon. Spasibo. Thank you. In a Plummer Park auditorium decorated in red and white balloons and...
Jean-Pierre G. Meyer, former professor and chairman of the Johns Hopkins University mathematics department whose escape from Nazi-occupied France became the subject of a children's book, died April 24 of heart failure at his Guilford residence. He was 83....
FrameworkThis week firefighters battled multiple wildfires in Southern California with the Springs fire being the largest (more photos); three kidnapped women were rescued from a home in Cleveland; volcano Mayon erupted in the Philippines, killing at least five...
When on Jan. 30, 1933, then-German President Hindenburg appointed Hitler as the country's chancellor, it changed German as well as world history. Twelve years later, Hitler ended his own life, but not before millions of victims had perished. Several...
JERUSALEM -- Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews flooded into the Old City’s Western Wall Plaza early Friday in a boisterous and sometimes violent protest against a group of female activists exercising a newly court-affirmed right to pray at the holy...
This post has been corrected and updated. See the notes below for details.BERLIN -- A Nazi-themed production of the Wagner opera "Tannhauser" that featured scenes of gas chambers and the execution of a family has been canceled in Germany after some audience members had to receive medical treatment for shock. The Deutsche...
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The wide windows in the landmark Monroe Building offer a sweeping view of Michigan Avenue and Millennium Park. On a crystal-blue spring day, it's easy to temporarily forget the long, bloody history of warfare. But keeping the stories of "citizen soldiers"...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAt 15, Hannah Colella is winding down her career with Hagerstown Children’s Theater. The Waynesboro (Pa.) Area Senior High School student has been with the theater for three years, and has appeared in “Hello, Dolly!” and “Oklahoma!...
In a Year With 13 Moons Through May 18 at the Yale Repertory Theatre, corner of Chapel and York streets, New Haven. (203) 432-1234, http://www.yalerep.org. Based on the film and screenplay by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Adapted for the stage by Bill...
The peak fall weeks at the Biograph Theatre, 2433 N. Lincoln Ave., won't be occupied by a Victory Gardens Theater production, but a small commercial musical set during the era of the Holocaust and concerning a ghetto and concentration camp located in...
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