Hundreds of Holocaust survivors were brought together, yet no one bothered to organize a program with interesting Jewish content.
The love story between Jews and cafés had its start in 18th-century Berlin.
He was known as the magician of Bennett Avenue.
Jews of the Vilna Ghetto risked their lives to rescue thousands of books from the Nazis. David Fishman, author of ‘The Book Smugglers,’ discusses.
Cagney, best known for his portrayals of tough guys, learned Yiddish as a child on the Lower East Side, where he lived in a largely Jewish tenement.8
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