Glasgow is about to welcome a notable new Jewish neighbor: a queer-friendly, Yiddish-speaking kosher cafe operated by Jewish self-described anarchists where customers will “pay what they can.”
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
New Zoom event featuring a panel discussion and the world premiere screening of an emotive and entertaining documentary called Leah, Teddy & the Mandolin.
Hitler’s Germany was obsessed with “Bei Mir Bist du Schön” (“To Me You Are Beautiful”), the 1937 song that catalyzed the era of Yiddish swing.
Sandler's composition was adopted by various Jewish artists, but it wasn't until Black Jewish musician Willie “The Lion” Smith covered the song in the 1920s, that it became a widespread phenomenon.
Why not spend part of your “free time” at home brushing up on some of your bubbe and zayde’s favorite Yiddish words?
Chava was born and raised in Mexico in a Yiddish-speaking home.
Reflections on Holocaust remembrance.
The anti-Zionist party decided to join forces with minorities within Israel's Jewish population.
Such success of a Yiddish publication is unprecedented, as few if any Yiddish books published outside the hassidic sector sell 1,000 in the span of a year.