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Israel Philharmonic Orchestra to Hold Global Virtual Gala Hosted by Dame Helen Mirren

The American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (AFIPO) has announced that the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) will hold a virtual gala on Sunday, June 28, in partnership with Medici TV, to benefit the Orchestra three months after COVID-19 forced indefinite concert cancellations. Featuring classical music’s premier talent, this landmark moment in the IPO’s history…

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Visitors Required to Wear Masks at Arts & Culture Venues

Seventeen Arizona museums, cultural venues, arts advocacy organizations, performing arts organizations and performing arts venues jointly announced that they will require all visitors and patrons to wear masks or face coverings while visiting their various businesses as they reopen. The organizations are: Arizona Broadway Theatre, the Arizona Science Center, Arizona Theatre Company, Artlink, ASU Gammage,…

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A Jewish guide to streaming

In the streaming universe, as with all entertainment, there’s the stuff that everyone watches and talks about. But that’s just the tip of a vast catalog, a lot of it quite good, that doesn’t get the hype and the buzz. Here’s an eclectic list of accessible Jewish-themed movies that received some hosannas on their initial…

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“Holocaust by Bullets” comes to the Valley

The Phoenix Holocaust Association, in coordination with other organizations, is bringing “Holocaust by Bullets” to the Valley from Jan. 26 through April 27. “HBB” showcases the work of Yahad-In Unum (translation: together as one), a non-governmental organization based in Paris and its founder, Father Patrick Desbois. Father Desbois, a French Roman Catholic priest, founded YIU…

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Experience EXPO2020

Whether you are an avid art collector or just starting your collection, the vast array of fine art genres and mediums exhibited at the 16th Annual Arizona Fine Art EXPO will exceed expectations. Featured inside the 44,000 square-foot tent at the southwest corner of Jomax and Scottsdale Roads are 124 art studios where you can…

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Jewish Film Festivals

TUCSON The beginning of the year is always a special time in Arizona. Not only do we never have to shovel snow in January and February, we have two of the best Jewish film festivals in the country. The films shown at these festivals celebrate Jewish culture and cultural diversity. The Tucson International Jewish Film…

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