Watch Frank London, Lorin Sklamberg and Sarah Gordon cooking up some favorite dishes, singing while they work.
Among the sessions: discussion of a new online cantorial archive; a matzah ball cooking demo, and how to create Yiddish-related content for TikTok.
This month, Russians are celebrating 50 years since the love song, “Nadezhda”, was released.
Solomon Simon, who wrote the book, was a prolific Yiddish writer and a founder of the Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute.
This will be the first Yiddish production in the history of Sweden’s national theater.
The new Yiddish cultural center will feature lectures, workshops, dramatic readings and exhibits.
Besides teaching how to pronounce the lyrics, instructor Binyumen Schaechter will provide the songs’ musical, historical and linguistic nuances.
Just as the late author had intended, its editors are determined to keep the Yiddish language current in today’s changing world.
The Yiddish actor, Jacob Lewin, who lives in Los Angeles, is one of the few Jews left who actually remembers what life was like in the Lodz Ghetto.
The book includes characters that represent the various types of people who speak and study Yiddish today, from Hasidim to Jews of color.