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Sundown: A More Spacious Museum

Plus Turkey’s new sailing coach, and more in the news

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• The revamped Israel Museum in Jerusalem, opening Monday, has “far fewer objects on display, with twice the space to view them.” [NYT]

• Two Gazans were killed in Israeli shelling. [JTA]

• Rodger Kamenetz, author of Nextbook Press’s forthcoming Burnt Books, explores the current dispute over Kafka’s papers. [HuffPo]

• A Hasidic man who owns a Boro Park record store has meticulously restored the old recordings of the long-dead cantor Yossele Rosenblatt, a.k.a. “the Jewish Caruso.” [NYT]

• In the place of Journolist, the recently defunct left-leaning private listserv, is a new group called Cabalist. [Jeffrey Goldberg]

• Headline of the day: “Israeli Coaches Turkish National Sailing Team.” [Ynet]


Beach Boys – Wouldn't It Be Nice (1966)
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elliot cohen says:

After reading the review of Christopher Browning’s book (a very thoughtful and sensitive one), it was a relief to find the Beach Boys singing about a world where we belong and can hold each other close all night long. Thanks.

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