Who The Folk?! Peter Grendle

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Peter Grendle comes to the Minnesota JCC to be the new senior director of Jewish arts and culture with a career working in film – helpful as the Twin Cities […]

Who The Folk?! Laurel Hood

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Laurel Hood is running for school board in the St. Anthony-New Brighton Independent School District 282, and that path may just have started in Duluth when she was a high […]

Who The Folk?! Terri Lindenbaum

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It’s been a heavy couple of weeks, so for this week’s Who The Folk?!, we opt for a little levity and a lot of randomness with Terri Lindenbaum, who among other […]

Who The Folk?! Adi Yeshaya

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Growing up in Israel, Adi Yeshaya’s parents thought he wasn’t taking his music lessons seriously. The fact of the matter was that he just picked it up so quickly. Yeshaya […]

Who The Folk?! Serena Brook

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Growing up in Minneapolis at Shir Tikvah Congregation, Serena Brook saw a diverse Jewish community. As she takes the stage for the first time at Theater Latte Da, she gets […]

Who The Folk?! Ian Rosenthal

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During the 2008 financial crisis, Ian Rosenthal nearly saw first-hand what it would be like to be unhoused. Watching their family nearly lose their house helped lead Rosenthal to their […]

Who The Folk?! Rabbi Joey Glick

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Rabbi Joey Glick had once said in a social media post that his socks got wet once in “mud season” and what followed was Shir Tikvah congregants concerned about whether […]

Who The Folk?! Joel Glaser

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Joel Glaser spent time doing what many who work in television do: move often to smaller communities. After years of bouncing around, Glaser moved to the sales side of media, […]

Who The Folk?! Michelle Horovitz

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Being part of community gathering spaces has long been at the center of Michelle Horovitz’s professional life. And her newest venture is no different. Horovitz is the co-founder of Forma, […]

Who The Folk?! Michael Arato

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How long after camp ends does the year-round staff give themselves until they start thinking about the next summer? For Herzl Camp‘s Michael Arato, jotting down notes and thinking ahead […]