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Next year will mark the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the landmark legislation that gave women the right to vote. Historians and educators nationwide will spend this year highlighting the women who fought alongside their sisters for the most basic of democratic rights. more
This column has taken three years to reach you, dear reader. more
Herb Snitzer has always added a personal touch to his photography. more
Sometimes, what you expect is not what you get! Visiting Israel several weeks ago, I had made arrangements to see how the residents of Netzer Hazani, a reconstituted community that had been expelled from Gush Katif, were creating a tourist destination built on its bird population. more
Sarah Stern is constantly bringing poetry to the table. It all began when she was about to graduate from middle school. At the time, Stern was required to “bring something creative” to commemorate the occasion. She wasn’t sure what she could contribute. more
It was thanks to her curiosity that Emily O’Leary brought the untold stories of Eastern Bloc artists to Riverdale. Back in 2010, the associate curator at Derfner Judaica Museum + The Art Collection at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale was learning about its collection of 4,500 artworks that are housed across the facility. more
Pskov is dying. By landmass, Russia is the largest country in the world. With such a sprawling landscape, there are places that thrive, and places that — due to a medley of circumstances and the ebb and flow of time — inevitably decline. more
Growing up, Deborah Kahan Kolb knew the stories of what her grandparents endured during the Holocaust. more
Jordan Moss may have grown up as a child of two artists, but the thought of pursuing art himself was a no-go until a life-changing event seven years ago. more
Elizabeth Kals Reilley began collecting books on gardening, horticulture, botany and hydraulics in the 1960s, buying from American and European book dealers. Her father was a bibliophile and her love of books developed at an early age. more
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