Margot Adler, the National Public Radio correspondent who died this week, struck many as the prototypical New York radical Jew. Except she was a witch, as Jon Kalish fondly recalls.
David Rothenberg has been a star Broadway producer, agent, and author. But some of his most meaningful contributions have been as an activist for at-risk youth and former prisoners.
Larry Josephson’s first foray into the world of performance is titled “An Inconvenient Jew: My Life In Radio.” And the public radio legend promises that tonight’s monologue at the Cornelia Street Cafe in Greenwich Village won’t be his last stab at public performance.