We have arrived at the safest and most secure part of the year: We are exactly 364 days away from the next Grammy Awards. The musical awards ceremony, which showers celebrities with thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of awards, based on unknowable criterion in an interminable televised ceremony, has come and gone in 2018. But many of the best moments of the 2018 Grammy Awards (essentially, all those enjoyable moments not involving Kendrick Lamar, Kesha, or Patti LuPone,) were courtesy of the Tribe.
Kahn, whose video of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” in Yiddish has attracted over 685,000 hits, met his bride-to-be at a Jewish museum in Berlin
There are live doves involved.
Two of the show’s most effective installations aren’t by artists, but by Cohen himself – sort of.
First Lady Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau called Cohen “le grand gentleman charismatique qui nous séduisait:” The great man who seduced us.
In November, we mourn the anniversary of the loss of Leonard Cohen — and of the American promise. Here’s how Cohen’s music can still help.
“The idea kinda came from the ‘lightness’ that I imagined Mr. Cohen would be feeling right about now,” the video’s director said.
The family of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen has announced a memorial concert to mark the first anniversary of his death.
It’s always difficult to whittle down the list of influential Jews who died in a given year, but this year the task seemed to be especially tough.
Hallelujah, Wisconsin, Nanny, Sauerkraut. What do these words have in common? Spellers just can’t seem to get them right.