Hanukkah starts this weekend. New Jew in town Daci Platt offers up eight Minnesota phrases that you definitely don’t hear in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Category: Arts & Culture
There’s a lot of controversy with this year’s Baseball Hall Of Fame vote, with Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. But we should be more concerned with Shawn Green!
Officially, the Twin Cities Cardozo Society Annual Dinner is a way to honor and thank Jewish attorneys, judges and law students for their commitment to strengthening the Twin Cities Jewish Community. Unofficially, it’s a giant schmoozefest.
Win two free tickets to one of the all-time classic musicals: “West Side Story.” Whether you’re a Shark or a Jet this production of “West Side Story,” put on by Adath’s USY and Kadima, is sure to get you singing!
This film about the history, and recent rise of global anti-Semitism is historically interesting and compelling, but the film’s biased and simplistic representation of the Arab world was at times problematic.
You’re Invited: Professor Jay Geller To Speak About German Jews At U of M’s Center For Jewish Studies
Even after the Shoah, Jews chose to settle in Germany. Who were these Jews, now numbering nearly 200,000, and why did they decide to remain in a country that had been hostile to their very existence only a few years earlier? Professor Jay Geller tries to answer that question.
No cross-country move is complete without an epic embarrassing moment. Mine took place at the gym.
Win tickets to Andy Statman at the Cedar Cultural Center. Statman is a world-renowned Klezmer clarinetist and bluegrass mandolinist.
Come learn about professional development from Mark Rosen and other speakers, network and have the opportunity to buy half-price tickets to JFCS’s Annual Benefit!
Kick off a year of life changing work with the Minneapolis Jewish Federation’s Young Leadership. Come ready to drink, dance, and relive your high school glory days!
As excitement brews for the Timberwolves to battle Maccabi Haifa, Temple of Aaron listens to Coach Brad Greenberg about Israel, his rabbi, and of course, basketball.