Everything does not work out the way you hope and expect — and then there are times when the unexpected takes the form of a much needed treat.
Daniel Kahn’s unique genius lies in self-proclaimed ‘tradaptations,’ or translations and adaptations of songs across languages. None is more evocative than this Yiddish version of Leonard Cohen’s masterpiece.17
A Jon Stewart oral history, “Billy on the Street,” and 6 other cultural picks for the week ahead.
I’m feeling indulgent towards anyone who’s on the right side of this mess.
The New York Historical Society explores “The First Jewish Americans - Freedom and Culture in the New World” in a new exhibit.
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