Hawaii became a state 60 years ago. Is there anything Jewish about that?
Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield wrote Captain and Tennille’s hit “Love Will Keep Us Together.”
Roosevelt even kept two Jewish menorahs on display at his 95-acre estate on the North Shore of Long Island, Sagamore Hill
30 years after it flopper, klezmer revivalists began circulating old copies of “Tanz!”, which had long since been deleted from Columbia’s catalog.
Hers was a Herculean effort, done entirely at her own expense out of a fervent desire to save a culture threatened by assimilation.
“The Ambassador,” filmed on location in Israel, may well have marked the nadir of Hudson’s career.
If you think the most Jewish thing Jeff Tweedy ever did was to name a Wilco album “Schmilco,” think again.
Had “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers had her way, the Sherman Brothers’ songs would not have been in the original film.
“I’m one-tenth Jewish on my manager’s side,” Francis once said.
The Band frequently gigged at a Jewish club in Ealing, presumably explaining why Daltrey made Pete Townshend play “Hava Nagila” when he auditioned.