Author, Sheyna Galyan, talks to us about writing Jewish crime novels, making the perfect challah and why she’s a rebel.
The Minneapolis Jewish Federation’s new CEO, Stu Silberman, tells us why he moved from Kentucky to be one of the “frozen chosen”.
R & B singer, Natalie Fine Shapiro, talks about starting a henna design business, taking inspiration from her Jewish roots and how the Renaissance Festival nurtured her gifts as a performer.
Gary Notkin is one of ten tennis players in the U.S. selected to compete in the Maccabi Games, the “Jewish Olympics” being held this year in Chile. Are your originally from the Twin Cities? Yes, my family lived in St. Louis Park before eventually moving to Plymouth, MN. You’re studying at South Dakota State University now. […]
Eva Rose Cohen of Or Emet explains the basis of the Humanistic Judaism movement and how she takes inspiration from its core beliefs in social justice and Jewish history to inspire her work as an artist and illustrator.
Composer Joey Crane talks to us about his bubbe’s blintzes, composing for hands and why he loves working at the Ale Jail in St. Paul.
Yoni Reinharz talks to us winning a reality TV series and opening up the Twin Cities’ first real Jamaican restaurant. Did we mention he raps with Matisyahu?
Rebecca Wilson Schwengber is raising five children to speak Chinese, Hebrew and Spanish. She’ll teach your kids, too.
Art historian, Jessica Keating, talks to us about Jewish sterotypes, seders and St. Paul.
Rabbi Avi Strausberg tells us how organic farming led her to become Temple of Aaron’s Director of Congregational Learning.