Jennifer Fishbein


He’s Big in Japan

By Jennifer Fishbein

When musician Scott Jacoby heard that his first single, “I Like You,” had hit the airwaves in Japan, the Manhattanite was incredulous. So he sat down at his computer to find out if he was indeed a rising star in the Land of the Rising Sun. To his astonishment, Jacoby discovered — with the help of Google — that his song was quickly climbingRead More


There Was a Chasid Who Had a Farm

By Jennifer Fishbein

With interest in environmental sustainability burgeoning, organic farmers are finding more and more buyers — with kosher-keeping consumers among them. It’s all possible thanks in part to a growing number of chasidic Jews who are swapping their black coats for overalls, citing the Torah and a Jewish farming tradition as their mandate.“TheRead More



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