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Out and About: A Triptych for Today; Music of the Holocaust, Online

By Ezra Glinter

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Simon Dinnerstein, detail from ‘The Fulbright Triptych, 1971-74.
  • A new website on music and the Holocaust has been launched in Berlin.

  • Simon Dinnerstein discusses his monumental 1970s artwork, “The Fulbright Triptych.”

  • Russian novelist Ludmila Ulitskaya’s “Daniel Stein, Interpreter,” a book that takes its inspiration from the real life Polish Jewish Partisan Oswald Rufeisen, is now available in English.

  • Dutch Jewish novelist and Holocaust survivor Hans Keilson has died. Read the Forward’s review of two of his novels here.

  • Legendary science fiction editor Peter Israel remembers editing Robert A. Heinlein and Philip K. Dick.

  • Jerry Seinfeld performed in the U.K. for the first time in 13 years.

  • Jewcy interviews The Daily What editor Neetzan Zimmerman.

  • Leonard Cohen has won a top Spanish literature award.

  • Montreal gets a new Jewish festival called “Le Mood.”


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