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The headline struck a bad note with several prominent Jews who called out HuffPost Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen on Twitter.
The Poetry Festival in Metulla offers a golden opportunity to hear poets read some of the fruits of their labors and even discuss where they come from personally and creatively.
At 96, Betty Rosenberg Perlov has written a children’s book based
on her experiences as a child growing up in the Yiddish theater.
Dog owners were urging their dogs to “shpring” over hurdles.
The building from the late 19th century is one of the few remnants of the former Jewish Warsaw.
The musical will began its eight-week run at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City in July as a production of the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene.
By AMY SPIRO
'Yiddish Kultur Voyages' to set sail in May 2019.
More than 100 years after Sholem Aleichem created Tevye, the milkman returns to his roots.
“The nation died, but culture and Jewish literature did not perish. Our duty is to pass this thread of our Jewishness.”
By KATARZYNA MARKUSZ / JTA
Documentary on creating Yiddish national anthem to air on Canadian TV.
“Everyone deserves the right to have their voice heard and be able to vote. Now Yiddish-speaking constituents can now register with ease.”
Liberman calls on religious leaders to publicly condemn attack against chief Ashkenazi rabbi candidate David Stav.
By JEREMY SHARON
Netanyahu wants to see more US action on Iran; Obama wants to see more Israeli action with the Palestinians.
By HERB KEINON
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