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The Holocaust (1934-1945)

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  • Terry Hummel: Hearts, folk art, nudes

     
    Here's Terry Hummel's weekly Calendar column: By Terry Hummel, Visual Arts Columnist This is THE art week of the year in Orlando, with three of our biggest annual events. Heart & Soul Heart & Soul is at the Grand Bohemian Gallery (inside the Grand B...
  • Rollins alumna and Sala’s daughter talk about ‘Letters to Sala’

     
    Rollins College theater-program alumna Beth Lincks, who writes plays under the pen name Arlene Hutton, led a lively discussion Sunday after the Rollins production of her play “Letters to Sala.” She was joined onstage by Ann Kirschner, author...
  • Hillary Clinton seeks broadened global debate on the Internet as a tool for freedom and repression

     
    Hillary Clinton cites events in both Egypt and Iran as examples of its powers both ways....
  • Holocaust survivor to speak after ‘Anne Frank & Me’

     
    Holocaust survivor Frieda Jaffe will speak after Saturday¬† performances of “Anne Frank and Me” at the Orlando Repertory Theatre. Jaffe was one of just 15 children to survive¬† the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where she spent three and a...
  • George Soros blasts Fox News, Rupert Murdoch for misleading viewers

     
    Glenn Beck of Fox News Channel has repeatedly accused billionaire investor George Soros of being the puppet master trying to bring down the U.S. government. Soros answered that critcism this morning on CNN's "Fareed Zakaria GPS." The program repeats at...
  • Theater review: ‘A Jew Grows in Brooklyn’ at American Jewish University

     
    Philip Brandes reviews Nick Kazan’s comedy/drama/musical 'A Jew Grows in Brooklyn' at American Jewish University...
  • 2011 Oscars: Fact meets fiction in this year's biopics, documentaries

     
    An unusual number of this year's Oscar contenders for best picture are based on true events: “The Social Network,” “The Fighter,” “The King's Speech” and “127 Hours.” But there's a parallel trend in...
  • Movie Quote Quiz

     
    My regular schedule would call for some kind of TV or movie list today, but I’ve decided to offer a Movie Quote Quiz instead. The last one went too fast. There are three themes here involving actors/actresses, along with several......
  • Libya: What's better -- a plan or saving lives?

     
    The Libyan rebels are starting to remind me of Rocky Balboa. They're up. They’re down. They're up again. They're cut and bleeding. They're fighting back....
  • Getty Museum to return 17th century Dutch painting lost in the Holocaust

     
    Getty Museum to return painting to heir of Dutch-Jewish art dealer who lost it during the Holocaust...
  • From the Vaults -- 'Yiddle With His Fiddle'

     
    “Yiddle With His Fiddle,” a 1936 Yiddish-language production that was filmed in Poland and stars American actress Molly Picon, is -- at face value -- an endearing movie with catchy tunes. But hovering over the gaiety is the specter of......
  • Goodbye, Glenn: Beck gets sliced and diced on CNN

     
    I had a chance to join the Glenn-Beck-gets-dumped-by-Fox postmortem on Howie Kurtz's "Reliable Sources" Sunday, and here's some videotape of the takedown courtesy of CNN.My capsule analysis: The fact that Beck is leaving the world of cable news is a...