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Israeli Filmmaker Shemi Zarhin On Philadelphia and Writing Books

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- Zoë Kirsch Award-winning Israeli filmmaker Shemi Zarhin is in Philadelphia today to talk about his new love: writing novels. His first one, Some Day, was released in Israel two years ago and in English translation just last week. Israeli readers and media outlets have been singing the book’s praises since …

Zoe KirschIsraeli Filmmaker Shemi Zarhin On Philadelphia and Writing Books
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The Hands That Do Not Belong to Cathleen Alexis

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                        On Wednesday, September 18, Cathleen Alexis apologized on behalf of her son, Aaron Alexis, who killed 12 people when he opened fire on Navy Yard in Washington, DC two days prior. In addition to reading a prepared statement, …

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Are you Happy?

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At different times in our lives, we can get stuck in the monotonous turmoil of daily events. Days, weeks, and months blend together – like in those movie scenes where the main character sits very silently, alone, and the world whizzes by him. I’m talking about a general malaise, and …

Holly KellnerAre you Happy?