JFS recently partnered with Sholom to harvest the vegetable gardens on their campus.
An ambitious production of New York’s 92nd Street Y brought together dozens of musicians, singers, and dancers from around the world to produce “The New Year Song.” The music and lyrics were written by Abigail Pogrebin and Noah Aronson. The artists involved are: Joshua Grace and Althea Pestine-Stevens, Central Park Noah Aronson, Brooklyn Rabbi Angela […]
Scene One: Minnesota State Fair. Walking up to a radio station booth advertising a giant poster of Lizzo. “Are you giving away anything cool? *looks at Lizzo* “I really wish she would just do a surprise show at the Fair.” Radio station girl laughed and shook her head. Alas Lizzo was at the MTV Video […]
Marking time is an honored tradition in Judaism.
Conference scheduled for Nov. 1-3.
Episode 1 is here! A coherent explainer of Israel’s election and what happens next. Plus, are we heading to a reckoning with sexual abuse in the Jewish community? And not everything has to be bageled! (Available on Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, and later today, Apple Podcast).
You’ve got questions; she’s got answers.
Job Title: Office Administrator Organization Name: Talmud Torah of Minneapolis Job Type: Part-Time, ~30 hours/week. School is in session M-Th afternoons and evenings, Sunday mornings. Salary Range: $22-$25/hour Deadline: Open Until Filled Job Summary/Description: Talmud Torah of Minneapolis is a community Jewish supplementary school in the Sabes Jewish Community Center campus that meets on Monday […]
After a couple of years on the road, Lev Gringauz is back in the Twin Cities, back at the U, and starting a new project. Lev, whose work you’ve been reading on TC Jewfolk for a couple of years, talks about travel, journalism, and The Jews Are Tired, on this week’s Who The Folk Podcast?! […]
The reign of Benjamin Netanyahu may slowly be coming to an end.