Metro

I’m dreaming of a white Seder

At the Waldorf Astoria the owners take a personal interest in each and every guest.

Israel
Photo by: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM
ON THE first Friday of every month, either by the Gregorian or the Hebrew calendar, stand-up comedian Kobi Arieli has an event at ZOA House in Tel Aviv within the framework of Yiddishpiel. His humorous patter, which sometimes includes long, convoluted anecdotes, is spiced with interviews with politicians, musicians and other people of note.

The first Friday of the month, both April and Nisan, is today, and anyone who reads Metro early in the morning still has time to get to ZOA House by 11 a.m. for some kugel and vodka and a large dose of Arieli. Among his guests today is MK Merav Michaeli, who was a prominent broadcaster before throwing her hat into the political arena.



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