Ezra Furman is a self-described “dress-wearing weirdo” who’s also an observant Jew. Michael Kaminer talks to the indie-rock icon about his multiple identities.
For most musicians working in the under-appreciated genre of world music, recording an album with Jonny Greenwood, the guitarist of the famed English rock band Radiohead, would be something of a pipe dream.
Larry David is always the first to arrive and always the first to leave at parties, according to J. B. Smoove.
In 1939, Sir Nicholas Winton saved 669 Czechoslovakian children from the Nazis. His daughter, Barbara, recalled her father’s journey at New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage on Tuesday evening.
The author pays a visit to a creamery in Vermont, where she learns how to make fresh organic goat cheese.
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