Installation Of Faux Stained Glass Mural Panels @ Mount Zion Baptist

Alex Corpuz

Mount Zion Baptist Church Athens, Ohio

Muralist Keith Wilde will be installing the faux stained-glass panels created during the Faux Stained Glass Community Workshops, on to the plywood window plugs at the Mount Zion Black Culture Center. The faux stained-glass panels will be glued to the plywood plugs on all seven windows. This will be followed by the installation of the narrative panels of the Rose … Read More

Nina Siegal author of ‘The Diary Keepers’

Alex Corpuz

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Come participate in the Cleveland Jewish Book Festival and see Nina Siegal, author of The Diary Keepers! Based on select writings from a collection of more than two thousand Dutch diaries written during World War II, The Diary Keepers illuminates a part of history we haven’t seen in quite this way before, from the stories of a Nazi-sympathizing police officer … Read More

Virtual author event featuring Elizabeth Graver and Aaron Hamburger

Alex Corpuz

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Be a part of a 2 author virtual panel featuring Elizabeth Graver, author of Kantika, and Aaron Hamburber, author of Hotel Cuba! A kaleidoscopic portrait of one family’s displacement across four countries, Kantika—’song’ in Ladino—follows the joys and losses of Rebecca Cohen, feisty daughter of the Sephardic elite of early 20th-century Istanbul. When the Cohens lose their wealth and are … Read More

Joseph Posnanski author of ‘Why We Love Baseball: A History in 50 Moments’

Alex Corpuz

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Come participate in the Cleveland Jewish Book Festival and see Joseph Posnanski, author of Why We Love Baseball: A History in 50 Moments! Why We Love Baseball is a love letter to baseball, a fresh and heartfelt look at the game’s greatest moments and how they continue to grab at our hearts. Whether it’s Willie Mays’ over-the-shoulder catch, Babe Ruth’s … Read More

Women in history that you may never have heard of but should!

Alex Corpuz

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Be a part of a 3 author virtual panel in commemoration of Women’s History Month featuring Allison Gilbert, Christopher Gorham and Linda Kass as part of the Cleveland Jewish Book Festival! 1) Listen, World! How the Intrepid Elsie Robinson Became American’s Most-Read Woman is about the most-read woman in America and the highest-paid woman writer in the William Randolph Hearst … Read More

Marjorie Ingall author of ‘Sorry, Sorry, Sorry: The Case for Good Apologies’

Alex Corpuz

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Come participate in the Cleveland Jewish Book Festival and see Marjorie Ingall, author of Sorry, Sorry, Sorry: The Case for Good Apologies! Drawing on a deep well of studies in brain science, sociology, psychology, law, and medicine, Marjorie Ingall (author of Mamaleh Knows Best, the former columnist for Tablet and the Forward) and Susan McCarthy (co-author of the international bestseller … Read More

Peter Blauner author of ‘Picture in the Sand’

Alex Corpuz

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Come participate in the Cleveland Jewish Book Festival and see Peter Blauner, author of Picture in the Sand! Picture in the Sand is a historical suspense novel about faith, hope, terror, and the movies. In 1954, a young movie fan named Ali Hassan gets a dream job working for Cecil B. DeMille on a film about the greatest of Jewish … Read More

The Sky Has No Borders: Perspectives on Astronomical Knowledge from Canada, Mexico and the United States: 2024 Reddin Symposium in Canadian Studies

Alex Corpuz

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The April 8, 2024, Total Solar Eclipse will stretch across North America, with the path of totality crossing Mexico, the USA, and Canada. Eclipse-watching has a rich cultural and scientific history that stretches back thousands of years to many pre-contact North American cultures and continues to inspire imaginations down to the present day.   In conjunction with the ‘Eclipsing History’ podcast, BGSU’s Departments of History … Read More