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Joan Rivers performing in 2009

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Joan Rivers carved a place for herself among the Hollywood elite as a comedian and fashion commentator for whom no subject was ever taboo.

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September 18, 1920
Selma Jeanne Cohen, who sought to make dance scholarship a respected academic discipline, was born.

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Today in 1955, the first female cantor led Rosh Hashanah services http://t.co/yY6lMMyclI
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Today in 1890, Ray Frank became the first Jewish woman to preach formally from a synagogue pulpit in the US http://t.co/DCnVjiWMHz

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