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Arts & Entertainment - April 5, 2019

A continuum of creativity

Palo Alto JCC displays sculptures by Edo Rosenberg

by Sheryl Nonnenberg

Palo Alto's Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life, home to the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center, is a busy place, with a fitness center, a preschool, a café, a theater and wide-ranging community programs, from "Passover Seder" to "Tacos and ping pong," offered to members and the public. The campus also lends itself to temporary visual art exhibitions, including the current outdoor display of sculpture by local artist Edo Rosenberg.

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Freelance writer Sheryl Nonnenberg can be reached at nonnenberg@aol.com.

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