A model Sderot bomb shelter becomes an art installation when Artists 4 Israel bring their mission to Washington Square Park in NYC. Hear New Yorkers’ reactions and from an NYU student who has lived with the terror in Sderot.
Meet the team behind Punk Jews, a new documentary series featuring musicians, artists, and activists who are expressing Jewish culture and Judaism in unconventional ways; and see the trailer for this exciting and innovative Jewish project.
The Jewish Family has had an historical obsession that has shaped the unique character of the Jewish People. Rabbi Mark S. Golub explains what this obsession is on JBS’ “Jewish 101” series on Judaism and Jewish life.
Holocaust survivor Paula Gris is interviewed on Shalom TV’s original series commemorating the Six Million. An educator at the Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, Ms. Gris has been engaged in teaching children and adults since 1981.
Auschwitz survivor Gena Turgel, who went from concentration camp victim to a woman honored by the Queen of England, tells her amazing story on the JBS original series, “Witness.”
National sensation The Maccabeats–a Yeshiva University a cappella group whose YouTube Chanukah video got 4 million views in a matter of weeks–talk with Shalom TV’s Sivan Hadari at an Israeli Consulate party at Ronald McDonald House.
Purim-hopping in NYC! Sivan Hadari meets Israeli hip hop band HaDag Nahash, parties at the Queen Esther Ball, jokes around with Dave Attell, and throws her own Isramerica party with “From Date To Mate” stars Brett and Justin.
While many people mistakenly think a Jew is a member of a religion or a race, the Jewish Tradition has a very different answer. A “Jewish 101” episode with Rabbi Mark S. Golub for anyone interested in learning about Judaism and Jewish life.
Holocaust Survivor Jay Sommer, born in Germany and raised in Czechoslovakia, was incarcerated in a Nazi labor camp for the duration of World War II. He emigrated to the US in 1948 and, in 1981, was honored as the nation’s Teacher of the Year.