The film “Finding Babel” portrays Andrei Malaev-Babel’s journey across the former USSR seeking traces of his grandfather, Isaac Babel.
By boiling the dough rings before baking them, these homemade bagels come out crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Dropkin’s erotic poetry is shocking to a contemporary reader. Jennifer Kronovet learned Yiddish to translate it.
Documentary: The Lithuanian-born master storyteller describes scenes of her girlhood in vivid detail.
Learn this easy way to make delicious roast chicken and pick up some Yiddish by watching our cooking show “Eat in Good Health.”
This year the theme of the annual festival, Yiddish Summer Weimar, will be “The Other Israel: Seeing Unseen Diasporas.” Besides its usual programming the five-week celebration of Ashkenazi culture will also include a series of concerts and workshops dedicated to the various cultures of Israel and the interplay among them.
Star of Mongolian American Idol talks about her fascinating life in the land of Genghis Khan.
Celia Dropkin stunned the New York’s Yiddish literary world in the 1920’s.
Performing Yiddish and Hebrew songs in the Soviet Union despite the ban against it, Nechama became a symbol of hope for the silenced Jews.
In addition to the traditional Seders that take place on the first two nights of Passover, Yiddish-speaking New Yorkers have celebrated alternative Yiddish cultural Seders for decades.