Issue 3

Friday, January 20, 2017

Local News

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Jewish storytelling, poetry and music to be held in Ithaca on Jan. 28

Temple Beth-El will host the Annual Evening of Jewish Storytelling, Poetry and Music on Saturday, January 28, at 7:30 pm, in the social hall of Temple Beth-El, located at the corner of Court and Tioga streets in downtown Ithaca.

Features

Drawing digitally

It was a game – an app on her iPad and iPhone – that opened a new world for Bonnie Rozen. The result? Her digital artwork is currently on exhibit at Lost Dog Café in Binghamton during the month of January.

Book review: Family and identity

Since the 1990s, memoirs have become an increasingly popular genre. Some critics have complained that too many people are using the form – writing about their lives even when nothing particularly interesting has happened to them. Some readers find the genre comforting because it affirms their experiences. Whatever one’s response, the genre continues to flourish.

Of Note

Dear Mr. President

I doubt that you will ever see these words, in part because I am one of those you’ve called losers – you know, the ones who voted for the other candidate. However, I do have some suggestions that you might want to consider after taking office.

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