The play runs in St. Paul through May 14.
Food is an essential ingredient in Jewish life. So says my partner, Liddy, and I’m sure most agree with her. Last April, when my naturopathic nutritionist recommended I eliminate gluten, corn, soy, dairy, eggs and a number of other foods to see if we could figure out what was causing my joint pain and digestive […]
I keep coming back to three things as I think over my experience of this play last night: All of the good things that may have happened in Rachel Calof’s life happened off-stage. When a recent Jewish college grad who doesn’t love theater and who wasn’t particularly enamored with religious school’s first comment is that he would have liked to see more exploration of the specifically Jewish experience of the Calof family it’s worth taking note. Kate Fuglei’s one-person portrayal of three fully realized, three dimensional characters is nothing short of brilliant.
“Watching the movie, it didn’t immediately strike me that what I saw was a blue-eyed man with a European accent committing atrocities and plotting more and claiming genetic superiority.”
On my hunt for an Israeli food truck, I stumbled upon this recently opened, organic falafel shop, nestled between Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
Klezmer band Millie & the Mentshn comes to town. Jenna Mitelman attended their first show last night and was blown away. Read her review, plus details about their last remaining show TONIGHT.