The JCC in Manhattan continues its “Up on the Roof” series next Thursday with The Sway Machinery. The quintet, led by guitarist-singer Jeremiah Lockwood, fuses Latin jazz with the cantorial tradition (Lockwood is the grandson of a noted cantor) to create a world-music mix that The New Yorker calls a “dance-friendly, at times ecstatic sound.” Before and during the show, kosher drinks will be available through local wine bar Vino Levantino.
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He tried out such stage names as Chester Flame and Peter Avalanche at Yale Drama School, but when he got the chance to star in TV and movies Henry Winkler stuck with the one his German refugee parents gave him.