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  • But now I was going to Hunter to see Lang's "Shirah," which she created in 1960.

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  • I was fortunate to see Pearl Lang dance in her signature piece, "Shirah" (or "Song"), in the late 1960s at Hunter College, which was known then as the place to go for modern dance performances.

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  • I was fortunate to see Pearl Lang dance in her signature piece, “Shirah” (or “Song”), in the late 1960s at Hunter College, which was known then as the place to go for modern dance performances.

    We Remember - Pearl Lang, 1922 - 2009

  • Slaughter-Shirah said the nearly 6-foot-tall cross, draped in a white sheet, was set on fire last week.

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  • "I thought I had the right and freedom to live where I wanted to live," said Slaughter-Shirah, 23, a Louisiana native who only moved to Hot Springs County two weeks ago.

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  • Both sheriff's deputies and FBI agents are investigating the Friday morning fire at the home of Loretta Marie Slaughter-Shirah, saying they believe it to be arson.

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  • Shirah - That's a question that would require a book chapter to answer.

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  • Since they risked their lives for her, the Torah (Gen. 34: 25) calls them, specifically, “Simeon and Levi, brothers of Dinah” (Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, Masekhta de-Shirah, Beshalah 10).

    Dinah: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • Another tradition has the Israelites even going back for her three way stations in their wanderings (Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, Masekhta de-Shirah, Beshalah 3).

    Miriam: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • Therefore Miriam stood at a distance, by the riverbank, to know whether her prophecy would be fulfilled (BT Megillah 14a; Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, Masekhta de-Shirah, Beshalah 10).

    Miriam: Midrash and Aggadah.

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