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Listening to a living legend – Israeli singer Yehoram Gaon

His voice is now a shadow of the spine-tingling hair raising, rich sound his throat once produced. The small man with the huge smile that was standing on stage, in front of me, is a living legend. 688 more words


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Exhibition Opening: Four by Four | The exhibition Four by Four was not born out of a theme or a specific subject, but rather emphasizes the exhibition space as a platform for the next generation of artists to show their work. 356 more words


Day 5: Soaking Up History in Jerusalem

In an act of showing mercy on us after the long, tiring day before, luck had has upgraded to better dorms in the hostel! We slept like a baby and woke up feeling brand new. 2,168 more words


Guess what the BBC News website tells audiences is "preventing peace"

Those visiting the BBC News website’s Middle East page over the last few days may have noticed that an article by Yolande Knell first published in July 2016 has on two separate occasions been recycled as ‘related reading’. 353 more words


Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple

The Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple : Missa “Salve, sancta parens

In Eastern Orthodox tradition, this is one of the days when women named Mary (Μαρία in Greek) and Despoina (Δέσποινα in Greek) celebrate their Name Day.  1,143 more words