HEEB talks to the world’s most prolific “Downfall” parodist.
Darren Aronofsky may direct a George Washington biopic.
Yiddish theater comes to Johns Hopkins University.
A Haifa street-art collective goes to London.
The Israeli film “The Policeman” won the prize for Best Film at the Buenos Aires film festival.
Shulem Deen writes for Salon about how a Panasonic radio affected his marriage and his faith.
Check out Yiddish singer Anthony Russell tonight at the Workmen’s Circle.
Come see Forverts Editor Boris Sandler’s film about Yiddish writer Yosl Birshteyn tomorrow night at YIVO.
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