Arts


‘The Last Schwartz’ Opening at Gloucester Stage

By Sheila Barth

Don’t expect Deborah Zoe Laufer’s play opening at Gloucester Stage to be a typical dark comedy about a Jewish dysfunctional family.Read More


#lovewins

By Katherine Veytsman

Kat Veytsman is a Junior at Marblehead High School. The recent Orlando killings have inspired her to write a poem encouraging people to love each other.Read More


The Evolution of Matisyahu

By Mary Markos

Major Jewish Rapper to appear at Congregation Shirat Hayam on June 2.Read More


A Life in Art From Roots Nurtured in Vilna

By judith klein

David and Barbara Broudo were recently named the Honorary Chairs of the seventh fall annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit on the campus of Pingree School in South Hamilton.Read More


Rich Musical Heritage Settles in Marblehead

By Yulia Zhorov

Jasmin Atabekyan, an accomplished pianist, chose Marblehead, whose shores remind her of Greece, where she lived for 10 years.Read More


Jewish Food Featured at Boston Conference

By Mary Markos

An annual springtime event that gathers a sizable community of those interested in learning about Jewish cultureRead More


CinemaSalem Offering Expanded Live Entertainment

By Mary Markos

Singer/songwriter Ari Hest will perform live April 14 at CinemaSalem.Read More


Wait, Wait… It’s Symphony By the Sea

By Todd Feinburg

Symphony by the Sea kicks off its 2016 season next month with performances on Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and 3.Read More


Dutch Delight at Peabody Essex Museum

By Amy Forman

More than 200 varied pieces of Dutch treasures are on display through June 5.Read More


Ari Hest Sings Live in Salem

Ari Hest will be performing his unique songs at CinemaSalem on Thursday, April 14.Read More


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