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Sundown: SS Swipes Superman

Plus, you can’t please everyone, the Kotel is a fake, and more

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• Old, but excellent. In 1940, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster sent Superman to arrest Hitler—forcing Das Schwarze Korps, the weekly newspaper of the SS, to respond. Best line? “I’d like to land a strictly non-Aryan sock on your jaw, but there’s no time for that!” [Good Comics]

• Schindler’s factory was named a cultural heritage site. [JTA]

•“I play with rules. I make up rules. I break those rules,” says Israeli chorographer Ohad Naharin. [NYT]

• A Geniza, by any other name. [NYT]

• The Brooklyn Jewish Children’s Museum has a mock Kotel for kids to play/pray at. Wheee? [Chabad]

• New York Mets’ Ike Davis Has Valley Fever [Deadspin]

• Atheists are set to prove their arguments in Brooklyn with rigorous logical arguments. No, sorry, billboards. They’re also putting them up in Muslim towns. [Gawker]

• Mitt Romney isn’t the only one disappointed with President Obama’s AIPAC speech. So are Palestinians. [JTA]

A history of the new Bob Dylan. But there’s only one.

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Sundown: SS Swipes Superman

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