Shtetl in the Sun
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By the 1970s, 20,000 elderly Jews had created a yiddishkeit paradise where they spent their waning years strolling the boardwalk, playing canasta by the sea and reprising their youth on the dance floor. Visit the vanished world of old Miami Beach in the film The Last Resort, based on previously unseen photographs that capture the nostalgia of that tropical community's complex vitality.
Venue: Temple Emanuel
One East 65th Street
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