Here are 9 takes on ‘My Yiddishe Mame’ that you have to listen to.
“Rock Around the Clock” was credited to two Philadelphia-born Jewish songwriters, each the son of immigrants.
Buddy Arnold exposed Cobain, born and raised in Aberdeen, Washington, to Yiddish.
Turns out the idea of taxes is as old as the Torah. Seth Rogovoy traces its history from Abraham to the American Civil War.
The final sentence of the Seder — “Next year in Jerusalem” — is a lot like baseball’s ritualized consolation: “Wait till next year.”
Newton-John’s grandfather was Nobel Prize-winning physicist Max Born, a founder of quantum mechanics and a longtime friend of Albert Einstein
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.