Archive | May 15th, 2012

‘Love Struck’ and ‘Synthesthesia’ offer some new theatre approaches

 By Cynthia Citron     BEVERLY HILLS, California — In my view, it’s cause for rejoicing when a play is beautifully written and is performed by actors who are at least as brilliant as the writing.  Mostly because it doesn’t happen all that often.   Two new shows demonstrate what I mean.   Love Struck, which opened at the […]

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Kurt Sax, 89, makes a final visit to Temple Beth Sholom

  -Staff Report- Kurt Sax, 89, a former president of Temple Beth Sholom in Chula Vista who had been in ill health since his first stroke six years ago, died Friday, May 11 at La Jolla Nursing and Rehabilitation, after celebrating Shabbat for the last time.  His daughter Sandi had helped him on with his […]

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City of Hope to honor Sherry Berman Ahern

SAN DIEGO (Press Release) — The Gussie K. Singer Chapter for City of Hope  will honor Sherry Berman Ahern with the prestigious “Mother of the Year” award at its  annual luncheon May 24, 2012 at the San Diego Bayfront Hilton. “Sherry’s passion for finding a cure for diabetes compliments the major milestones and current research taking […]

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PA textbooks incorporate Mufti’s & Hitler’s genocidal visions

By David Bedein JERUSALEM — On Holocaust Remembrance Day, people in Israel stand in silence to recall the victims  murdered by the Nazis and their allies. Tragically, the Palestinian Authority’s curriculum and media still carry the legacy of Haj Amin Al Husseini, the former Mufti of Jerusalem  and leader of the Palestinian Arab community, who forged […]

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