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Jimmy Wales, co-founder and promoter of Wikipedia, continues to refuse ad revenue to support his online venture. Luca Bruno/AP hide caption

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Wikipedia Turns 10, Eyes Developing World

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Claude Lanzmann's epic film Shoah -- the Hebrew word means "desecration," or "destruction" or "catastrophe" -- is a monumental catalog of memory, an experiential approach to understanding what happened in the Nazi death camps. Les Films Aleph/IFC hide caption

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'Shoah': 25 Years On, Always In The Present Tense

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Debbie Friedman performs at Limmud Conference at the University of Warwick on December 26, 2010. Limmud/flickr hide caption

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Debbie Friedman, Who Rewrote Jewish Prayers For A New Generation, Has Died

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Simone Dinnerstein's new album highlights the constantly changing nature of Bach's keyboard music. Lisa-Marie Mazzucco hide caption

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Simone Dinnerstein: The Shifting Sounds Of J.S. Bach

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Israeli bulldozers demolish the Shepherd Hotel in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah on Sunday. Uriel Sinai/Getty Images hide caption

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Demolition Of East Jerusalem Hotel Draws Outcry

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