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Noah Lederman
Author of memoir, A World Erased: A Grandson’s Search for His Family’s Holocaust Secrets, travel writer, dad, surfer
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Noah Lederman Oct 5
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Noah Lederman Sep 30
Got a 30-minute drive to dinner tonight? Check out this interview from , which features my story about my search to uncover my grandparents’ Holocaust stories.
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Wine & Spirits Mag Sep 27
At Koda, Billy Houck crafts exceptional craft cocktails from Pennsylvania-produced liquors. Read more about his seasonal menu and unusual themes on our website today.
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Noah Lederman Sep 19
Literary adventures await in Iowa City. Follow in the footsteps of a favorite author. Listen to a reading in a stationary store. It's all happening in . A story I wrote for the
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Noah Lederman Aug 6
If you’ll be in Boise, come down to the synagogue on Sunday, August 11. I’ll be speaking about my memoir, A World Erased, at Ahavath Beth Israel at 7pm. Books available at the event or get a copy early .
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Noah Lederman Aug 3
Pianos available to the public should have rules, or they should be available to the public on the street.
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Noah Lederman Jul 23
Sometimes you conceive that you’re falling apart in the —tight hamstrings, shot shoulders. But then another surfer asks you to help him out of his wetsuit because he lacks the energy to simply wiggle out a shoulder. You suddenly feel a bit less bad.
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Noah Lederman Jul 8
Guaranteed you hear some variation on this statement this morning: I need a vacation from my vacation. Here’s where to point them to...
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Noah Lederman Jun 25
Looking for a peaceful place to pen pages for the manuscript or a quiet spot to read a good book? Travelers to have a few options when seeking out hotels for the bookish. A story I wrote for
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Noah Lederman Jun 25
After centuries of life in , the historic synagogue is beautifully restored—but the community itself faces an uncertain future. A story I wrote for
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Noah Lederman Jun 12
During the lunchtime hour, you’ll be fine at Eventide and Duckfat, for sure.
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Noah Lederman Jun 6
If you’re ever in Portland, Maine— ‘s restaurant city of the year—and it’s a Monday, when most eateries are closed, there’s one block where you can experience some of the city’s best bites.
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Noah Lederman May 1
Join me tonight at the Woodbury Jewish Center for a talk and to remember.
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Noah Lederman May 1
Most visitors to Maine shuffle from Kennebunkport to Bar Harbor, but a right turn here or there could take travelers to sparsely populated islands, empty beaches, and phenomenal lobster shacks.
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Noah Lederman Apr 9
Terrible, but not surprised. Germans murdered 14,000 Otwock Jews. Poles collaborated/stood by/profited. Most Poles won’t take responsibility and it’s not a part of the curriculum. We should, however, thank Polish priest and businessman who erased swastikas. They stand for change
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Claims Conference Apr 8
2 swastikas were painted on a monument marking the mass graves of 2k Jews from , Poland. : Every site (42.5k) in 's encyclopedia matters, however, our study says 45% of Americans can't name 1
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Noah Lederman Apr 2
When in , , with the , it is best to off the beaten path.
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Noah Lederman Mar 13
Ate goat brain quesadilla. Small portion. Feel dumb.
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Noah Lederman Mar 4
If the freshness of your oysters matters—and it should—this is how and where to eat them directly from the source.
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Noah Lederman Feb 22
Had the beers, but mostly mountain and museum focused in SV. But I did take in McCall’s beer scene
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