A recent episode of Russia’s “Dancing With the Stars” features a Foxtrotting Nazi dancing to Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon.”
Who puts the Oy in Beyonce? Do the Chosen People have a twenty-time Grammy award winning, multi-platinum, superstar getting in Formation on the bimah? In the annals of history, has there ever been a celebrity that compares to Mrs. Carter but goes by something more like Mrs. Greenberg?
On a scale of 1-10, how set is the Jewish holiday calendar? We’re asking because we’d like to propose a new chag.
The idea for a Haggadah based on the music of Broadway hit “Hamilton” was planted when Emily Cohen gushed to fellow rabbinical student Jake Adler about the show’s soundtrack during their daily commute to campus.
“My mother was a blonde — not from the bottle — she looked like a German gentile woman” is how petite, elegant 80-year old Holocaust survivor Hanna Wechsler recalled her heroic mother and savior at the 24th Annual Museum of Jewish Heritage/A Living Memorial To The Holocaust March 31 Spring Women’s Luncheon held at The Pierre. As more than 300 women watched, Hanna held up a sign and read her own concentration camp number “888 8987” which had been tattooed on her arm upon arrival at Auschwitz.