Features/Reviews

New York City Hosts its First Human Rights Art Festival

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by Jasmine Ting
The NY Observer/March 7, 2017

The International Human Rights Arts Festival at Dixon Place

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by Pirronne Yousefzadeh
The Brooklyn Rail/February 15, 2017

The International Human Rights Arts Festival at Dixon Place

International Human Rights Art Festival Pairs Art and Advocacy

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by Dana Reszutek
AM-New York/February 15, 2017

International Human Rights Art Festival pairs art and advocacy

In the Age of Donald Trump, New York Gets International Human Rights Art Festival

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by John Soltes
Hollywood Soapbox/February 28, 2017

INTERVIEW: In age of Donald Trump, New York gets International Human Rights Art Festival

February 28, 2017

BOOKS: Silver Spring artist makes first foray into fiction

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by Ellyn Wexler
Gazette Newspaper/December 3, 2014

BOOKS: Silver Spring artist makes first foray into fiction

Block looks to bring medieval connection between Jewish, Islamic mystics to light

By Ellyn Wexler
Special To The Gazette

The Fool Returns reviewed by Kirkus Reviews

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by Kirkus Reviews
New York, NY/October 26, 2014

KIRKUS REVIEW

In Block’s newest, Bill Willis is a Jew who doesn’t realize he’s Jewish until he discovers he’s heir to a spiritual obligation originating with 13th-century philosopher Moses Maimonides.

"La Bestia: Sweet Mother" CD reviewed in the Frederick News-Post

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by Colin McGuire
Frederick News-Post/ June 19, 2014

Tom Block, 'La Bestia: Sweet Mother, A Troubadour's Tale'

Coexistence, With Oud

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by Ted Merwin
New York Jewish Week/ June 10, 2014

Coexistence, With Oud

Ted Merwin

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