Cantors Netanel Hershtik and Yaakov Stark present an inspiring cantorial concert “The Music Lives On,” featuring classic melodies from pre-Holocaust Europe. In honor of “The March of the Living” from The Hampton Synagogue, Westhampton Beach, NY.

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Prof. Nehama Aschkenasy discusses the epic works of two Israeli literary giants, Amos Oz & Aharon Appelfeld, both of whom died in 2018. By the University of Connecticut Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life at UConn in Stamford, CT.

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Olga Avigail Mieleszczuk, a Catholic-born Pole now an Orthodox Jew in Israel, devotes her talents to the resurrection of Yiddish performs a concert of Yiddish Tango. By the Polish Cultural Institute of NY and Momentum Artists at the JCC in Manhattan.

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In a winter holiday special, Jake Ehrenreich pays tribute to Jewish songwriters like Irving Berlin who have written some of the most famous Christmas holiday songs, including “Winter Wonderland.” With a live band, Sheldon Harnick and Charles Strouse.

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Jewish teens who are part of Gen Z, those born between 1995 and 2014, discuss the findings of a recent survey of Gen Z attitudes and behavior. Hosted by Michael Kay,Head of the Leffell School, with Susan Wachsstock, Jewish Education Project.

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Mike Burstyn discusses directing his film Azimuth, about an Israeli and Egyptian soldier who confront each other after the 1967 Six Day War – though the Egyptian does not know the war is over.

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Jewish comedian Elon Gold performs as the opening act of the 4th Annual StandWithUS Gala Dinner.

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Lynne Meadow, artistic Dir. Manhattan Theatre Club and 23-time Tony winner, discusses the challenges and joys of being a woman in theater and a woman who is passionate about her Jewishness. With Molly MacDermot at Congregation Rodeph Sholom, NYC.

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Learn about the oldest synagogue in the United States and the only synagogue from America’s Colonial Period from docent Lew Keen and Rabbi Marc Mandel of the synagogue’s Congregation Jeshuat Israel. With Mark S. Golub

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American Jewish Historian Jonathan Sarna provides an historical perspective on antisemitism in America and outlines the challenges presented by antisemitic propaganda in today’s United States. From Limmud NY 2018, Princeton, NJ.

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