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No Longer Looking Away

by Miriam Axel-Lute September 25, 2014


  The e-mail message had no content. Only a subject line, which read “Enough already. Sign me up.” The e-mail came from a rabbi to Jewish Voice for Peace this summer as the attacks on Gaza were ...


Gun Crazy

by Jo Page January 10, 2013


  It seems remarkably wasteful to spill more ink arguing for a ban on assault guns and pointing out the proliferation of gun violence in this country when there appears to be some significant percentage of ...

Hope Abounds

by Jo Page November 14, 2012


  Two years ago my daughters and I lost a woman we loved as a mother and grandmother, though she was neither to us. Not closer than kin, but closer than a friend, her loss was ...

War, Material and Lies Part II

by The Staff September 7, 2011


Following up on its 2008 exhibit, Time & Space Limited will open War: Material and Lies Part II this weekend. As the gallery notes explain, this is part of “a series dedicated to thinking about ...

Time and Space Limited

Tennis in Nablus

by The Staff September 7, 2011


“Tragipoliticomedy” may sound like a new Daily Show buzzword for the current state of national affairs, but it’s the genre-bending term coined to describe Ismail Khalidi’s Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition-winning play, Tennis in Nablus. The tale ...