Zoe and Daniel take their relationship to the next level, and Justin is placed in the awkward situation of meeting his ex’s new boyfriend in Shalom TV’s original “mockumentary” series, “From Date to Mate,” created and directed by Sloan Copeland.
Justin dates someone new, while Daniel lovingly thinks “out of the box” to help Zoe celebrate Passover, as Jewish singles continue to search for that “special someone” on Shalom TV’s original series created and directed by Sloan Copeland.
Drama unfolds as cast members of “From Date to Mate” face consequences of their actions in trying to find that perfect match. Third episode of Shalom TV’s original series on the Jewish dating scene from director Sloan Copeland.
After their initial dates, four urban Jewish singles continue searching for that “special someone” via an online Jewish dating service on this second episode of Shalom TV’s original mock reality series written and directed by Sloan Copeland.
Premiere of a mock reality series following four Jewish singles navigating the New York singles’ scene with the help of a Jewish online dating service in seeking that “special someone.” A Shalom TV original production created by Sloan Copeland.
Malcolm Hoenlein sits with Mark S. Golub to address major issues confronting the Jewish community and the implications for Jewish life of the midterm elections. Recorded LIVE on JBS, November 5, 2014.
The dramatic account of what it was like for the Children of Israel to stand at “Sinai” to hear the voice of God, and how the rabbis explain the ways in which each person “heard” God that day. A JBS original series with Rabbi Mark S. Golub.
Lecturer and author ,” Rabbi Ken Spiro, surveys the history of Antisemitism from the Dark Ages through the Holocaust to the present today. From the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City.
Artist Elyssa Wortzman describes how she created a painting based on a close textual reading, or a “peshat” reading, of the story of Miriamapos;s song after the Children of Israel crossed the Red Sea. A seminar from AJR – Academy of Jewish Religion.