Debbie Friedman made Jewish music modern for her time. The Awends want to make Jewish music modern for now.
Author Archive for Sarah Routman
Executive Director of Hillel at the University of Minnesota, Sarah once harbored dreams of combining photography, writing and travelling the world to record her experiences. For the moment, she is settling on travelling through the pages of the books she is reviewing for TC Jewfolk. When not travelling, Sarah likes to create things, appreciates all of the arts, listens to music and grows plants (which she is happy to share). A certified Laughter Yoga instructor, she can be found around town leading others in a good belly laugh just for the health of it.
I was not finished with the second page of “The New American Haggadah,” and already I was immersed. Before I even got to ‘removal of the hametz’ I found tidbits to add to my seder.
“The False Friend” transports to all the places a book could take me, shouting its relevance way beyond the experience of Celia, now 31, looking back to her 11-year-old-self. Read the book, then come to the St. Paul JCC to hear Myla speak.
As my own mother used to say, “If you can read, you can cook.” With Feed Me Bubbe, this is certainly the case.
Tailored after the worlds’ biggest food-fight: it’s time to throw tomatoes at Midwest Tomato Fest! A post by Hillel’s Sarah Routman.