Who The Folk?! Josh Ferri

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Woodworking used to be a hobby for Josh Ferri, until he saw how much more successful he was financially. Now, the new Twin Cities resident is the owner of Garage Shop Designs and has work lined up for months. We talk about what brought him to the Twin Cities, what led him to his career […]

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Another Passover Without Guests

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It feels so disingenuous to begin telling the story of Passover for the second year in a row with the words “kol dichfin yesei veyochal:” All who are hungry should come and eat. Because we are not having anyone over. As COVID drags on we are all having small seders once again. Not having guests […]

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Now Accepting Submissions Through March 15 For The First J-Pride Zine: ‘Out From the Narrow Place, Into the Wilderness’

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Is there a connection between being in the closet and being in bondage in Egypt? What does collective liberation feel like? What do we need to get there? How does it feel to step into the unknown Wilderness? Who has hardened their heart to your suffering? Who is the one who stepped first into the […]

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Who The Folk?! Sarah Nathan

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Sarah Nathan has bounced from West Coast to East Coast before settling into Minnesota a few months ago. And like every stop before this, she’s found a way to get involved with the Jewish community. This week, we talk with Sarah Nathan about her work in the food industry, how she’s connected with Judaism wherever […]

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Who The Folk?! Tzipporah Johnson

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What’s it like to feel like you are reclaiming your name and identity? We find out from musician Tzipporah Johnson, a Minneapolis-based guitarist, educator, and singer-songwriter. We talk about her musical inspirations, teaching in a pandemic, and the J-Pride Music Showcase on Dec. 20 that Jewfolk is co-sponsoring, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast. […]

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Who The Folk?! Haley and Anthony Sisler-Neuman

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Minneapolis has a well-renown theater scene, so how do you create a new theater company for children — and do it in a pandemic? We talk with two familiar faces around the Sabes JCC, Haley and Anthony Sisler-Neuman, about their new venture: Graceful Monsters Educational Theatre Cooperative. We talk about each of their theatrical backgrounds, […]

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