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NYC Tu B’av parties Tuesday: music & bowling in Brooklyn or clubbing in Manhattan

July 21, 2010


To read the article click here Yesterday was Tisha B’Av, the saddest day in the Jewish calendar. But six days after Tisha B’Av we celebrate Tu B’Av, the Jewish love holiday. Although the holiday starts Sunday evening July 25th and ends Monday night July 26th, two Tu B’Av parties will be held on Tuesday night […]

More early June NYC Jewish culture events

June 8, 2010


via To read the article click here These listings, which supplement those in Friday’s article, include a gay Jewish film festival, an author talk, a pro-Israel rally, an Israeli rock band’s performance, and an exhibit of work by Latino-Jewish visual artists.

1st Festival of Israeli Jazz NY 2010

May 25, 2010


Oz Noy trio – SCHIZOPHRENIC – featuring Eric Johnson via To read the article click here New York’s First Festival of Israeli Jazz, curated by Roberto Rodriguez, is taking place this week at John Zorn’s club The Stone (Avenue C and E2nd Street in the East Village–all sets are $10).

Another Israel Independence Day event, Israeli musicians, and Israeli movies

April 21, 2010



February NYC Jewish music gigs

February 10, 2010


via To read the article click here This is turning out to be a fine month for Jewish music here in New York City.

NY Jewish culture events the week of International Holocaust Commemoration Day and TuB’Shvat

January 24, 2010


via Click here to read the article

Not our holiday week NYC Jewish events Part 2: Xmas Day

December 22, 2009


via Mostly music events for Jewish kids and their parents, as well as movies and comedy for singles in NYC on Friday December 25th, and indie rock music for young adults Saturday night December 26th. To read the article click here

Not our holiday week NYC Jewish events Part 1: Xmas Eve

December 21, 2009


ere via By now it’s a cliche that American Jews celebrate Christmas by going to the movies and then eating out at a Chinese restaurant. There is no shortage of other Jewish events this week, especially for young singles. Read the rest of the article