Former baseball players Ron Blomberg , Art Shamsky , and Elliot Maddux talk with journalist Richard Deutsch about their Jewish identity and being Jewish in the major leagues .
Israel’s leading international concert and recording artist, Noa combines her Yemenite roots with 1960s musical influences Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, and Leonard Cohen. A Shalom TV exclusive series.
Meet young leaders Daniel Pincus and Lena Altman who are making a difference on the domestic and international Jewish scenes through AJC’s exciting ACCESS program that involves the new generation in roles of global leadership. JBS’ Jewish NYC.”
JDub Founder Aaron Bisman talks about the demise of his record label and the void it leaves in the Jewish music world while the DeLeon band premieres their new album, Cassata, at a rooftop party in Manhattan. A Shalom TV “Jewish NYC.”
The murder of Ben Yosef Livnat at the Tomb of Joseph illustrates the difficulties Jews have in visiting holy tombs on the West Bank in this “Eye on Zion” episode hosted by Israeli journalist Yishai Fleisher.
Describing all the different eight-things Mama Doni would do for the children she loves, the Mama Doni band performs the original Chanukah song, “Eight,” especially for the children who watch JBS.
What to wear for the holiday of Purim? Mama Doni and her band have some engaging ideas to sort through the choices in their original song, “Costume Conundrum.” Learn more about the Mama Doni Band online at mamdoni.com.
Jewish hip-hop artists Kosha Dillz and Diwon ride a float in the Salute to Israel Parade up NYC’s Fifth Avenue, speaking with Shalom TV’s “Jewish NYC” on their efforts to make Judaism relevant and intelligible to the younger generation.
Hasidic reggae artist and international superstar Matisyahu talks about the school he and his wife recently founded, Lamplighters Yeshiva, as well as his music and career in an exclusive “Jewish NYC” interview with Sivan Hadari.