Goldie Morgentaler, who edited the collection “Confessions of a Yiddish writer”, will speak about her mother’s life and work.
The tradition of giving children money during Hanukkah is nowhere as old as you probably think.
The work humanizes a historical figure usually remembered more as a symbol created by his followers than as a multidimensional person.
More than 3,400 people have already voted on the matter and hundreds have taken to social media to debate it. What does the hoopla signify?
New computer software allows users to find every instance of a specific word in the Yiddish Book Center’s online collection.
The unsettling political climate has intruded on the series — but can’t stop the laughter for long.
Rachel Tessler, who survived Auschwitz, was the only person left who knew the song. Her grandson, Aaron, made sure she wouldn’t be the last.
6-year old Tzina Schulman hosts a spoof of the Forverts program “Est Gezunterheyt.”
A selection of songs associated with the great ethnomusicologist Velvel Pasternak.
Music saved Leopold Kozlowski’s life during the Holocaust, and gave him purpose afterwards.