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Nightlands: Oct. 5-29

Nightlands: Oct. 5-29
By October 4, 2011

N I G H T L A N D S: a new play by Sylvan Oswald, directed by Tamilla Woodard From under her auburn beehive wig, Netta Klein dreams of a life beyond Northeast Philadelphia routine. Down on Columbia Avenue, … Read More

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Socalled @ NY Gypsy Festival

Socalled @ NY Gypsy Festival
By September 6, 2011

Doors 7:00, Show 8:00 $10 advance, $15 at door The NY Gypsy Festival celebrates its seventh year with another outstanding performance schedule and a total of nine shows from Sept 9 – 29, 2011. Socalled is a pianist, producer, composer, … Read More

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The 31st San Francisco
Jewish Film Fest

The 31st San Francisco<br />Jewish Film Fest
By July 11, 2011

July 21–August 8, 2011 Tickets, all-festival passes, and full schedule at www.sfjff.org Enjoy well over 31 flavors of film at the 31st San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, with more than 50 compelling glimpses of the Jewish experience from around the … Read More

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Balkan Beat Box in Brooklyn!

Balkan Beat Box in Brooklyn!
By June 30, 2011

Balkan Beat Box live in Brooklyn, $12

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DeLeon
CASATA Album Release Party

DeLeon<br />CASATA Album Release Party
By June 20, 2011

To celebrate the birth of DeLeon’s 2nd album, Casata, we’re going to throw a party on the roof of the 14th St Y. We’ll play songs. We’ll dance. We’ll drink and be merry. Beers included with admission, along with a … Read More

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Golem

Golem
By June 2, 2011

Golem at Brooklyn’s Cameo Gallery

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First Fruits Festival with Girls in Trouble

First Fruits Festival with Girls in Trouble
By June 1, 2011

FIRST FRUITS FESTIVAL featuring GIRLS IN TROUBLE with THE RIVER EMPIRES plus LIKE A VILLAIN Jun 08, 2011 at 7:30 PM TICKETS $7, DOORS 7:30PM. In a contemporary spin on the traditional celebration of Shavuot, the First Fruits Festival is … Read More

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JCC Israeli Film Series

JCC Israeli Film Series
By May 18, 2011

The Matchmaker (Pa’am Hayiti) A favorite at the Houston Jewish Film Festival, this poignant Israeli film set in the 1960s addresses the fragility and resilience of human nature, with the desire for love at its core. Holocaust survivor Yankele Bride makes … Read More

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