Deahn Berrini Leblang


The Sisterhood of the Traveling Tap Shoes

By Deahn Berrini Leblang

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Tap Shoes
The “Senior Moments” tap group, formed over 20 years ago, comprises more than 50 North Shore dancers, ranging in age from 48 to 90.Read More


With Translation, “Night” Poised to Bridge Religious Divide in Indonesia

By Deahn Berrini Leblang

With Translation, “Night” Poised to Bridge Religious Divide in Indonesia
When Marblehead’s Max Bevilacqua was at Wesleyan University applying for a Fulbright Scholarship, he knew exactly what he wanted: the opportunity to be involved in and observe Muslim life.Read More


A Bridge to the Sun

By Deahn Berrini Leblang

A Bridge to the Sun
Michael Gruenbaum says he is “not much of a believer,” adding, “I don’t know too many Holocaust survivors who are.”Read More


A Vision of What Prayer Can Be

By Deahn Berrini Leblang

A Vision of What Prayer Can Be
On seats at seven Reform synagogues from Newton to Worcester, worshipers will find a new Mahzor, or prayer book.Read More


“Lord Raise Me Up,” According to Matisyahu

By Deahn Berrini Leblang

“Lord Raise Me Up,” According to Matisyahu
Matisyahu was expelled from Rotodam Sunsplash because he was Jewish.Read More



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