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Dita Rae
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Four years of revolution and chaos.
Living was now becoming much more complicated. Moshe and Ruth then renewed their studies at the Conservatory. Moshe led them also to study Jewish music and to translate Russian songs into Hebrew and Yiddish, a musical choice that became the basis for much o...
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Moshe and Ruth at the Royal Conservatory, Odessa.
‘My specialty is singing. I learned in childhood,’ was the answer of Mr. Rudinow. Moshe joined the Conservatory in Ruth’s second year there: The following year, 1913-14, my teacher started telling excitedly about a new pupil she had accepted into her class....
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Ruth's Childhood and Early Years
‘She may, God forbid, want to become an actress. That would be the last straw.’ Photo of Ruth in school uniform, ca 1910? Born in 1890 in Odessa, Russia. Ruth was the third of four children of Jacob Leviash, a grocer, and his wife Adele. Like her father, wh...
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Childhood and early years.
-- "what a world we were led into ... a world of sound .. a world of dreams" Born in Tchernigov, Russia in 1890, the son of Nahum Rudinow, a livestock merchant, and his wife Batya, Moshe Rudinow began his religious studies in a cheder at age four. Orphaned ...
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Harlots, still made in the USA
My cycling style has changed from club rides and lycra to commute and ride to the store. The rides may be shorter but I still want gear I can ride in. Now I stress comfort and utility on the bike but want to look fabulous at work or in the produce aisle. I'...
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How will we live without ....
... Hobby Lobby? I've never been there but if you're progressive and crafty what are you going to do? Here's some made in USA ideas. You can sketch, doodle, scrapbook and paint on one of these: http://www.ecosystemlife.com/ The blogger takes no responsibili...
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It's a matter of scale.
Buy a doorknob, a bath mat, a lampshade. Oh what the hell, let's just make the whole damn house Made in USA: http://www.annarbor.com/business-review/ann-arbor-homebuilders-look-to-build-houses-with-products-made-in-america/
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I forget what we bought.
I forget what we bought from them but it must have been great. I found them in my "Good stuff made here" folder so it must be that. And it must have been storage because that's what they make and we have too much stuff and nowhere to put it all. Look for th...
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