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Funny, They Don't Look Jewish!

Henry Bernstein, Brandon Bernstein

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“Where Judaism appears in the panels.” Our purpose is to find characters, stories and issues of comics that explore explicitly Jewish content. This includes, stories that contain quotes from Jewish texts/liturgy, characters that embrace openly their heritage. Characters using Hebrew, praying in a synagogue, celebrating Jewish holidays, and living a Jewish experience.
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The Book of Life is an interview-format podcast about Jewish kidlit, mostly, with occasional coverage of Jewish YA/adult books, music, film and web, established in December 2005. Host: Heidi Rabinowitz Sponsors: Feldman Children's Library at Congregation B'nai Israel of Boca Raton, Florida & the Association of Jewish Libraries
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The Jewish Lives Podcast is a monthly show that explores the lives of influential Jewish figures. Hosted by Alessandra Wollner, each episode includes an interview with an acclaimed Jewish Lives author. Jewish Lives is a prizewinning series of biography published by Yale University Press and the Leon D. Black Foundation. Join us as we explore the Jewish experience together.
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Culturally Jewish

The CJN Podcast Network

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Join actors David Sklar and Ilana Zackon as they schmooze with creative Jews of all disciplines, taking you behind the scenes of what matters most to Canada's Jewish arts community—and why our cultural representation matters.
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Learning About Learning: Conversations with Scholars of Jewish Education

Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education at Brandeis University

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There is great scholarship being done in the field of Jewish education, but it’s not always accessible. And even when it is, it’s not always obvious why people in the field of Jewish education should care about it. That’s what this podcast is about—making really interesting scholarship on Jewish education accessible and talking with scholars about why it matters. Learning About Learning draws on live conversations, originally conducted as Zoom webinars. Regular episodes feature discussions b ...
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For Heaven's Sake

Shalom Hartman Institute

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Thoughtful debate elevates us all. In For Heaven’s Sake, Donniel Hartman, Yossi Klein Halevi, and Elana Stein Hain revive the Jewish art of constructive discussion on topics related to political and social trends in Israel, Israel-Diaspora relations, and the collective consciousness of being Jewish. JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST FOR MORE HARTMAN IDEAS
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What do poems, plays, and other creative texts from throughout history tell us about the times in which they were written? And what do they reveal about the forces still at play in our contemporary societies? Using interviews with artists and scholars combined with readings performed by actors, The Dybbukast examines and gives context to creative works while exploring their relationships to issues still present today. ​ The Dybbukast is produced by theatre dybbuk. Episodes are released on th ...
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Three podcast series: Research Encounter, hosted by Elliott Rabin, Prizmah‘s director of thought leadership, presents a discussion between a researcher and a day school leader about a recent work of scholarship. Start-up Day School, hosted by Josh Gold, middle school principal at HAFTR, Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaways in Lawrence, New York, offers a give-and-take on matters of contemporary educational leadership in Jewish schools. Prizmah Podcasts Live showcases innovative and ...
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JR Outloud

Jewish Renaissance

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JR's Arts Editor Judi Herman presents her series of podcasts, featuring interviews with leading playwrights, actors and other creatives, as well as guided audio tours of the latest exhibitions with a Jewish cultural interest.
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Hadar's Web is a podcast featuring community conversations on spirituality, healing, justice, and art. Hadar is an Arab Jewish scholar, mystic and artist. She teaches spirituality and Jewish mysticism at Malchut, a spiritual skill building school teaching direct experience of God. Hadar is a Jewish mystic who builds decolonial frameworks to worship God. Hadar is an artist weaving the spiritual with the political through the artistic mediums of performance, movement, writing, weaving, sound, ...
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Experience a deeper look into the lives behind some of the most inspiring educators, musicians, and thought-leaders in Jewish life with 18 Questions. Join contemporary Jewish music pioneer and executive director of Jewish Rock Radio, Rick Recht, in intimate conversations with Jewish leaders who have impacted his life as well as thousands in the Jewish world and beyond.
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The cutting edge, the beating heart, the bleeding artery, from the Heart of world culture London's West End. Presented by Australia's own, ex Mt Scopus son, multi award winning, internationally renowned virtuoso pianist, and composer, Warren Wills, the show will be on every Sunday. The show features music, chat, interviews, gags and all the info you could ever want from the Arts pulse, that is London. SHOW PRESENTED AND PRODUCED: Warren Wills PRODUCTION MANAGER: Alan Taylor-Shearer
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Rivkush

The CJN Podcast Network

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Rivka "Rivkush" Campbell, a Jew of Jamaican descent, has been one of Canada's most vocal Jews of colour. In this podcast, she interviews fascinating Jews of colour from all over the world, opening dialogue with the mainstream Jewish community about their views, perspectives and experiences.
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Exploring Israeli literature in English translation. Host Marcela Sulak takes you through Israel’s literary countryside, cityscapes, and psychological terrain, and the lives of the people who create it.
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Journalist share their findings on the history of Jewish Immigration, influencing American and Jewish culture. Cover art photo provided by Ben Ostrower on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@benostrower
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Bonjour Chai

The Jewish Living Lab and The CJN Podcast Network

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Hear opinions, debate and hot takes on everything from politics to fashion to pop culture from hosts Avi Finegold and Phoebe Maltz Bovy. Subscribe to the Substack at bonjourchai.substack.com.
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This podcast tracks the audio archives for “Arts Magazine” show. Arts Magazine wants to cover it all in the Kansas City area, from professional stage productions to community and eclectic productions
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Described in one review as a 'Belfast Tardis', Historical Belfast is Belfast's one and only history podcast on the airwaves. Hosted by historian Jason Burke, it provides an accessible and entertaining insight into the fascinating history of Northern Ireland's capital city, once proclaimed as 'the Athens of the North'.
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This podcast features pieces on music, books, film, television, and other arts from some of PRI's most popular programs. It will take you to all corners of the world, and to the undiscovered corners of your own community, highlighting all of the arts along the way.
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Binah

David Kwan

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Binah features creative voices from the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. In this series, we bring you remarkable artists and thinkers who’ve come to speak at the JCCSF as part of their Arts & Ideas program.
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Art Attack w/ Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA

Lizy Dastin, art historian, Justin BUA, artist

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Art Attack with Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA is a new kind of art podcast—engaging, informed, accessible and raw. Join artist BUA and art historian Lizy as they debate topical artworld happenings, bringing their unique—often contradictory—perspectives to the conversation. BUA is an internationally distinguished painter, television personality, writer, entrepreneur and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his renderings of often-overlooked characters that define the urban landscape; for instan ...
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Writing It!

The Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Florida

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"Writing It! The Podcast About Academics & Writing" dives deep into the world of academic writing and publishing. Join us for conversations with academics and editors as we discuss challenges, strategies, and insights from our writing lives. As we share our experiences and helpful hacks, we make the process of writing and getting published a bit more transparent and a bit less overwhelming.
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This reading is in Hebrew. Der Judenstaat (German, The Jewish State) is a book written by Theodor (Binyamin Zeev) Herzl and published in 1896 in Leipzig and Vienna by M. Breitenstein’s Verlags-Buchhandlung. It was originally called “Address to the Rothschilds” referring to the Rothschild family banking dynasty which was very influential in the realization of a Zionist state in Palestine. It is considered to be one of the most important texts of early Zionism. As expressed in this book, Herzl ...
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Norene's Kitchencast

Norene Gilletz, Rachelle Solomon

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Norene Gilletz is the leading author of Kosher cookbooks in Canada, with a network of fans and followers that spans the globe. Tune in to hear Norene in conversation with special guests, talking about Jewish cooking and culinary traditions.
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IfNotNow

Elon Glickman

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A movement to end the American Jewish community's support for the Occupation Cover art photo provided by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@samuelzeller
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Schmaltzy

Jewish Food Society

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Schmaltzy, a podcast from the Jewish Food Society explores the intersection of Jewish identity and food through live storytelling. Join us for tales from famed chefs, home cooking mavens, grandmothers, TV personalities, and more. Listen with a nosh at hand — you might get hungry. Host: Amanda Dell. Producer & Editor: Particle 3. Executive Producer: Naama Shefi.
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I’m raising the first national and international conversation to explore courage and curiosity and why it makes a big difference to our mental, societal and democratic health. Scroll down for all episodes. I’m grateful to share my reviews below. I talk to award-winning, diverse, national and international artists about the role of courage and curiosity in their lives. What do these qualities really mean and why do they matter to our mental, societal and democratic health? Can the Arts change ...
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On The Bimah (formerly known as Theatre Schmooze) is a monthly podcast where we chat with Jewish theatre makers from around the world about their art, Judaism, and vision for theater’s future. Hosted by Danielle Levsky, On The Bimah features one-on-one conversations with artists that will illuminate the heart, soul, and diversity of contemporary Jewish theatre. On The Bimah is an Alliance for Jewish Theatre program, produced by Danny Debner and Danielle Levsky. Our theme music is by Ilya Lev ...
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Weekly conversations with authors of new and recent books. Host Richard Aldous is a historian and professor at Bard College, New York, and the author of several books, including Schlesinger: The Imperial Historian; Reagan and Thatcher: The Difficult Relationship; The Lion and the Unicorn: Gladstone vs. Disraeli. For more about American Purpose, visit www.americanpurpose.com.
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Be Impactful by Impact Fashion

Rivky Itzkowitz: Founder at Impact Fashion

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Hi, I'm Rivky Itzkowitz I’m the founder and designer at Impact Fashion and I’m the host here at Be Impactful, the show about women making an Impact in their own corners of the world. I started Impact Fashion in November of 2016 so that the modest minded women in my community could feel empowered to put their best foot forward every day, regardless of their size. In the process of growing my business I’ve been fortunate enough to connect with women of all different types and from all differen ...
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Nancy Kranzberg talks with artists, performers and movers and shakers in the arts community. Interviews cover music, visual arts, dance, literature and performance. Produced by Nancy Kranzberg and Jon Valley. Edited by Jon Valley, with engineering assistance by Mid-Coast.
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Join us as we take a deep dive into a topic from the Daf Yomi, the daily page of Talmud, with modern-day Sages of Torah and the world who can draw from their unique expertise to share modern and creative perspectives on the text.
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Vox Tablet

Vox Tablet

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This is Vox Tablet, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine, the online Jewish arts and culture magazine that used to be known as Nextbook.org. Our archive of podcasts is available on our site, tablet2015.wpengine.com. Vox Tablet, hosted by Sara Ivry, varies widely in subject matter and sound -- one week it's a conversation with novelist Michael Chabon, theater critic Alisa Solomon, or anthropologist Ruth Behar. Another week brings the listener to "the etrog man" hocking his wares at a fruit-j ...
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Rivky sits down with Rachie Shnay, a proudly Jewish jewelry designer, to talk about her brand and mission. Rachie shares why it was important to her to have Jewish theme jewelry in her collection from the outset, her special connection to holocaust survivors and how her pieces got in the hands of celebrities. Rachie Shnay was born and raised in NYC…
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This Parsha Review Podcast (Ep 2.10) by Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe on Parshas Vayakheil offers a refreshing, clear and concise review as he does for each Parsha in the Torah. 00:10 - Parsha Summary 04:22 - Important Lessons Segment This Parsha Review Podcast is dedicated to the Speedy and complete Refuah of Perl-Leah bas Sara Esther. Download & Print the Pa…
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Show Notes: 0:00 M.C. Sungaila discussing history / preservation of space exploration 1:50 Sungaila’s Portia Project Podcast interview with Space Law Expert Michelle Hanlon 2:45 Sungaila’s experience with University of Mississippi School of Law’s Air and Space Program 5:30 unclear language related to space law 8:00 mining on the moon 9:40 lessons f…
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In our discussion, we dissect the complexities of forgiveness, prayer, and the ethical quandaries presented in this week's Parsha, Ki Sisa. The narrative sheds light on the power of prayer and the potential for redemption from certain transgressions, as illustrated by Aaron's controversial decisions during the Golden Calf episode. Furthermore, we t…
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SHOW NOTES: https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2024/03/the-miracle-seed.html The Miracle Seed is Martin Lemelman's nonfiction graphic novel about how modern science brought the Judean date palm back to life after a thousand year extinction. We met in person at the local public library's recording studio to talk about his book, his art, and the truly …
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What is polyamory? It's the modern, glamorous, feminist version of non-monogamy that's branded as distinct from the old, patriarchal polygamy—often a man having multiple wives. Polyamory essentially refers to open relationships, in which couples are free to have sex with anyone they like, but remain fundamentally committed to each other. Co-host Ph…
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Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Ukraine and Russia not only embarked on very different political paths at home, but they viewed the future of their relationship in starkly divergent terms. In Russia and Ukraine: Entangled Histories, Diverging States, authors Maria Popova and Oxana Shevel show how Russia’s determination to control an ind…
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Join us as we contemplate the profound story of the Golden Calf, which is a central theme in this week's Parsha, Ki Sisa. The swift decline of the Israelites from their spiritual pinnacle to idolatry poses a timeless question about human frailty. As we examine the verses from Exodus, we are reminded of Moshe's impassioned plea to God, advocating fo…
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Vanessa Rudloff, Arts Relations Manager for ANGAD Arts Hotel stopped by to speak with Nancy about the institution. ---- The ANGAD Arts Hotel is a unique hotel experience with room colors based on Mood, and art everywhere. They also feature art exhibitions, concerts at their rooftop bar, and great food. -----…
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Contemporary artist, Adam Himebauch, has lived a lot of lives. He peppered the streets of Lower Manhattan with punny street art for years under the moniker Hanksy, painted colorful, pulsating murals and canvases as Adam Lucas and, now as Adam Himebauch, is tackling his most conceptual, trenchant era to date. Join our hosts as they discuss Himebauch…
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The city of Rafah is the last bastion of Hamas’ power in the Gaza Strip and final stand for the IDF’s military campaign. But Israel’s closest allies have implored it not to invade, warning that this would only exacerbate the growing humanitarian crisis for Gazan civilians. In this episode, Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi balance the moral re…
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Described as “an obscenely talented man.” Matthew Todd is a multi, award-winning writer, playwright, broadcaster and sometime performer. He was also the editor of the UK’s best-selling gay magazine, Attitude, for 8 years. During this time, Matthew interviewed countless celebrities, idols and icons, including Madonna, Elton John and Lady Gaga. For h…
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Rivky sits down with Alexandra Watkins, a naming and branding expert, to really answer the question, what’s in a name? We discuss the difference between advertising and branding, how I named Impact Fashion and why domain names are not as important as you think. Alexandra Watkins is a leading and outspoken authority on brand names with buzz. If you …
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In this episode we speak with Thinking Like Your Editor author and agent, Susan Rabiner about how academics can best present their book project to an agent or editor. We talk about what a strong book proposal, cover letter, and sample chapters need to do. We also talk about what it means to write your academic book with strong narrative; the signif…
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This Parsha Review Podcast (Ep 2.9) by Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe on Parshas Ki Sisa offers a refreshing, clear and concise review as he does for each Parsha in the Torah. 00:10 - Parsha Summary 05:00 - Important Lessons Segment Download & Print the Parsha Review Notes: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ncaRyoH5iJmGGoMZs9y82Hz2ofViVouv?usp=sharing Thi…
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3 Golems for the price of one! Henry and Brandon do a deep dive into Marvel's The Golem across time! Comics covered: The Incredible Hulk #134, Sep 1970 “Among Us Walks… the Golem” Written by Roy Thomas Penciled by Herb Trimpe Inked by Sal Buscema Lettered by Artie Simek Edited by Stan Lee Strange Tales #174, Mar 1974 “There Walks the Golem!” Writte…
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Large threats to the well-being of humankind such as the pandemic and climate change have cemented the notion that scientists across the globe naturally work together to solve the world’s most pressing problems. In Rivals: How Scientists Learned to Cooperate, historian of science Lorraine Daston traces the trajectory of such cooperation, noting tha…
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The Jewish Public Library in Montreal came under fire last week when it pulled the books of Élise Gravel from its shelves, following a series of social media posts that the Montreal-born author and pro-Palestinian activist made that were critical of the Israeli government. The initial decision came after backlash from Jewish organizations—but, as h…
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On January 5, 1895, Captain Alfred Dreyfus’s cries of innocence were drowned out by a mob shouting “Death to Judas!” As global antisemitism rises, join us with Yale scholar Maurice Samuels, author of the new Jewish Lives biography Alfred Dreyfus: The Man at the Center of the Affair, as we explore a story that is more important than ever.…
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Over the last two decades, talk of Yiddish as an alternate path of engaging with Jewishness comes up in the Jewish press almost cyclically — a journalistic evergreen. In this session, historian and Yiddish podcaster Sandra Fox explains how Yiddish became culturally significant, why young people are flocking to learn Yiddish in larger numbers than e…
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Discover the profound lessons of leadership and forgiveness as we unwrap the timeless wisdom found in Parashas Tetzaveh. Join us in a heartfelt celebration of my daughter Meira's engagement to Shimon Prupas, and how this joyous occasion intertwines with our dedication to Torah study. In a portion of the Torah that uniquely excludes Moses's name, we…
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Lady Pink, born Sandra Fabara, was a prominent figure in 1980s graffiti culture, and continues to be a trailblazing woman in the field. Although the world of graffiti was heavily male-dominated and physically dangerous, Lady Pink was undeterred, painting on subway cars, trainyards and walls right alongside the men. Join our hosts as they celebrate …
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As the IDF moves into a ground invasion in the southern Gaza city of Rafah and the toll on Palestinian lives continues to grow, Israel’s military actions are garnering greater criticism from world leaders. In this episode, Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi reflect on how this war is being judged on the global stage, and whether Israel’s initia…
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Daniel Maté is an award-winning composer, lyricist, and playwright for musical theatre with an M.F.A. in Musical Theatre Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and a B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy from McGill. He co-authored the New York Times bestselling book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture, with his fat…
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The cast comes together again, and mortality is on the agenda. The awareness of our mortality has long been the subject of debate and religious considerations. Carpe Diem, we hear echoes constantly, but we forget the memento mori part of the phrase. We cover some deadly content trying to unpack as much as we can this hour. Thankyou for listening an…
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Rivky sits down with Yael Trusch, the host of Jewish Money Matters. to discuss money. She shares how the 2008 recession led her to reexamine her whole relationship with money, why it’s so uncomfortable to talk about money, and how to properly handle money in your relationships. Yael Trusch, is a Money Coach and Host of the award-winning podcast: Je…
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Part 1: KC Rep Theatre Nina Simone-Four Women February 13th-March 3rd Copaken Stage Director: Malkia Stampley Part 2: Music Theatre of Kansas City Beautiful The Carole King Musical February 9th-25th […] The post Arts Magazine Show: KC Rep presents Four Women & Beautiful The Carole King Musical appeared first on KKFI.…
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Unlock the mysteries of the universe and your role within it as we are guided through the spiritual labyrinth of Jewish prayer. Embark on a journey that begins with the birth of creation and the complex question of why a perfect God might fashion an imperfect world. We’ll traverse the ages, from Adam's moment of revelation to the patriarchs' founda…
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This Parsha Review Podcast (Ep 2.8) by Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe on Parshas Tetzaveh offers a refreshing, clear and concise review as he does for each Parsha in the Torah. This Parsha Review Podcast is dedicated to the Speedy and complete Refuah of Perl-Leah bas Sara Esther. 00:10 - Parsha Summary 08:30 - Important Lessons Download & Print the Parsha Revie…
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Cover image: Sanjay Sethi at an AFI event entitled Revolutions and Movements To learn more, please visit the sites for Artistic Freedom Initiative and Sethi & Mazaheri, LLC. Show Notes: 2:00 overview of Sethi’s background and work as Founding Partner of Sethi & Mazaheri, LLC and Co-Executive Director of Artistic Freedom Initiative (AFI) 3:45 genesi…
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After a busy couple of months I’m back in the hot seat for Episode 36 and the first of 2024. Joining me for this one is Stuart Bailie. Stuart is a Belfast-based journalist and writer who has been working in the music industry since 1985, writing for the likes of NME, Mojo, Uncut, Q, Hot Press and Classic Rock. He is the author of several books incl…
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Amidst all the positive and negative ink dedicated to Winston Churchill, Cambridge emeritus professor of international history David Reynolds offers a new dimension. He places the leader for whom history was determined by “great men” among the other greats who both inspired and enervated him. Reynolds joins host Richard Aldous to discuss his latest…
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In recent years, Jewish seminaries and synagogues have faced a problem: there aren't enough young people looking to become rabbis. This shortage has resulted in institutions becoming more lax about who they accept—bending, for example, denominational lines for a young rabbi who at least actually wants to be there. But then the question of Israel co…
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Mark and David talk about U2's The Joshua Tree (1987) and discuss radio play, their live shows, album sales, America, giving the songs additional spiritual meanings, romantic relationships and relationships to God, comparing Bullet the Blue Sky to P.O.D.'s cover, songs in Ireland and New Zealand, the track order, drug addiction, coal mining, saguar…
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Seth Zosky is a massive fan of Kanye West. He owns the shoes, has heard all his songs, and—as a drummer—dove deep into Kanye's innovative use of the retro 808 drum machine. So when Kanye started coming out as an unhinged antisemite in 2023, making ridiculous comments on podcasts and social media about Hitler, spouting conspirary theories and tweeti…
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AI technology is starting to transform every area of life, including the process of making art. Artists are using AI more and more in their work, some as a tool and others as an entirely new conceptual practice. Either way, art made partially, or entirely, by a program is proving to be an uncharted territory when it comes to legality and copyright …
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On Tuesday, February 13, Opposition Leader Yair Lapid demanded that Ultra-Orthodox Jews be drafted into the army, a long-debated move that if enacted would formally end the de-facto blanket exemption for roughly 15% of the country’s population. Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi dive into the Haredi ideology behind their separatism and avoidanc…
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Have you ever considered that the true value of a gift lies not in its size but in the sincerity with which it's given? Join us as we traverse the terrain of heartfelt generosity, inspired by the Parsha of Terumah. We unravel the Torah's teachings on the contributions to the Tabernacle, discovering how giving enriches the giver immeasurably. In thi…
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