Eight artists. Eighteen images. Eighteen seconds. So much art in one night, it’ll blow your mind. Don’t miss the 2nd Annual P’Chotchka Rimon Fundraiser.
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Conceived from vocalist Ravid Kahalani’s vision, Yemen Blues mixes music of Yemen and West Africa with contemporary grooves from funk to mambo and the deep soul of old chants. Conjuring up a rich and diverse aural palette with the use of percussion, oud, horns, and strings, Yemen Blues coexists in both the past and present, [...]
My mother was like most American Jews in the sixties who wanted to hold on to pieces of the culture and assimilate at the same time. But why did she send me to an Orthodox day school?
At Camp Zeke, kids will be able to experience the most amazing summers of their lives – and they might even go back home to teach their Jewish mothers a thing or two.
Two years ago today Amy Ariel got a bone marrow transplant that saved her life. She doesn’t know anything about the donor except that he’s in another country, around 34 years old, and probably has a mother.
Quotes from local rabbis and representatives about the marriage equality bill that passed the MN House on Thursday, 75-59.
The Yom Ha’atzmaut Celebration At the State Fair grounds felt like an Israeli shuk right here in Minnesota. We were there to tell you about it.
Seventy-one years ago today my great-grandfather was arrested and sent to Auschwitz. This month, my family published his memoir.
TC Jewfolk caught up with the “Parallel Lives” Israeli soldiers, who encountered more snow and more love for Israel than they ever imagined.