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David Dunn Bauer
David Dunn Bauer David Dunn Bauer is a rabbi, critic, and educator formerly based in San Francisco, now in New York City. He writes regularly on issues of Torah, sexua... More >

 
Justin Bischof
Justin Bischof Justin Bischof is the Director of Music at The Church of St. James the Less, Artistic Director of The Canadian Chamber Orchestra of New York City CCO/... More >

 
Bruce Boucher
Bruce Boucher Bruce Boucher, is director of the University of Virginia Art Museum. Before that he was curator of European sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago,... More >

 

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