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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Arts & Culture

The Downtown Cultural Group presents the fourth annual Night at the Museums, bringing visitors and locals of Lower Manhattan unique experiences at 15 of the area’s most diverse and culturally significant institutions. The event is presented as a part of River To River Festival 2017, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s annual summer arts festival. Night at the Museums takes place on Tuesday, June 20, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Admission is free and many of the sites offer special programming and tours.

Visitors of all ages can spend a summer evening exploring New York City’s history and heritages. All museums and historical sites are within walking distance from one another in one of the most diverse and concentrated groups of

The most anticipated movie of the summer, Wonder Woman, is released this week and receiving all-round rave reviews. Its lead is the breakout star, Israeli actress, former IDF soldier and Miss Israel winner: Gal Gadot.

Considering the criticisms and condemnations routinely aimed at Israel, and its general bad press around the world, it makes a refreshing change when Israel or an Israeli are on the receiving end of positive attention.

Of course though, wherever an Israeli goes, BDS follows

“Amerike – The Golden Land” is Timely Updating of Beloved Musical

The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF), currently producers of the Tony-nominated “Indecent,” and the company responsible for last season’s hit musical “The Golden Bride,” kicks off its record-making 103rd consecutive season with “Amerike – The Golden Land,” a high-energy musical journey of the American immigrant experience. Complete casting and the production design team are being announced today by NYTF’s newly appointed CEO

This book begins with an "archaeological axiom": "One stone is a stone./ Two stones is a feature./ Three stones is a wall./ Four stones is a building./ Five stones is a palace./ (Six stones is a palace built by aliens.)"

The word "aliens" takes a jab at Erich von Däniken, whose 1968 book, Chariots of the Gods, theorizes that the Nazca Lines in Peru were made solely for the benefit of "ancient astronauts." "What is wrong," Cline quotes von Däniken as writing, "with the idea that the lines were

Elisha Shor, 82, still tears up when he describes the opening of the Western Wall to the Israeli public just a few days after the reunification of Jerusalem on June 7, 1967. A reservist in the Jerusalem Brigade at the time, Shor was positioned on the Tower of David, where he could see the waves of Israelis streaming to the Western Wall on the holiday of Shavuot.

“One of the most moving scenes for me was that night of Shavuot and the thousands of people eagerly awaiting to go up to the Western Wall after