In rare N.Y. appearance, Italian singer channels songs of women imprisoned in camps and ghettos.
The sound is unmistakable and unique. It is, as Charlette Shulamit Ottolenghi observes, neither Ashkenazi nor Sephardic. It is entirely its own, even if the words are millennia old.
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N.Y. Festival of Song program looks at relationship between Jewish composers and holiday classics.
Joshua Safran’s coming-of-age memoir suggests a dark side to the ’60s-era vision of utopia.
Connection to Yiddish culture not seen as robust enough in new production.
The top 18 kosher white, red and Israeli wines; the American kosher wine scene and much more.