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Make your own shofar at Columbia University

September 4, 2012

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Make your own shofar at Columbia University

"Learn the entire process of creating a Kosher Shofar from the cooking to the final polishing (sorry we will not be hunting live rams)."

“Compliance” NY premiere Friday at BAM

June 27, 2012

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Ann Dowd as the restaurant manager in “Compliance”   Photo credit:  allmoviephoto.com  Read the article on  examiner.com Advertisements

Tonight 12/21/10: Heeb Storytelling: The Live Comics Edition – New York NY

December 21, 2010

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Eight extraordinary comics creators will project their smart, funny and sexy comics on a big screen, accompanied by a soundtrack and shenanigans. Read the entire article on examiner.com    

KinkyJews’ Ha! Ha! Hanukkah Cocktails and Comedy Show!

November 26, 2010

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    This year KinkyJews is holding their annual Hanukkah party at a comedy club. Some things will be the different (comedy show) and some will be the same as in previous years (a game of strip dreidle, traditional candle lighting, and eight raffle prizes).     Read the article on examiner.com      

Sunday afternoon 11/28 in Brooklyn: Jewish love songs with wine and chocolate – New York NY

November 24, 2010

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On Sunday afternoon, November 28th at  3pm Kane Street Synagogue in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn presents singer and pianist Lana Sokolov and saxophonist Sagit Zilberman in a performance of Jewish Love songs. Read the article on examiner.com    

City Tech Marks Kristallnacht with author Ann Kirschner Thursday Nov 11

November 10, 2010

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  City Tech will mark the 72nd anniversary of Kristallnacht and the 65th anniversary of the end of WWII on Thursday, November 11, 1 p.m., with Ann Kirschner, PhD, author of Sala’s Gift: My Mother’s Holocaust Story, and the presentation of humanitarian awards to Nobel Prize winner Günter Blobel, MD, PhD, and Interfaith Committee of […]

One-woman shows by Jewish dramatists Sivan Hadari and Mayo Simon – New York NY

November 9, 2010

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New works by two young Jewish women dramatists will be performed at separate and unrelated Manhattan venues Thursday night November 11, 2010. Read more on examiner.com