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9 Jews Who Changed Jazz

9 Jews Who Changed Jazz

By Curt Schleier

Because it took in so much from so many places and changed so much over time, Jazz might easily be called the Yiddish of musical forms. It certainly benefited from a lot of Jewish talent.


Goodbye to Café Edison

Goodbye to Café Edison

By Hadas Margulies

The Midtown café that catered to Broadway workers, tourists and locals for 34 years served its last matzo ball soup this weekend, and former patrons seem heartbroken.


Mixing It Up With Jazz

Mixing It Up With Jazz

By Curt Schleier

‘Cafe Society Swing’ tells the story of Barney Josephson, the son of Lavtian Jewish immigrants who opened New York’s first integrated nightclub.


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