Watching choreographer Jonathan Patterson fine-tuning movement and dance, I got a preview of the ensemble’s latest show, and, yes, it’s hot, hot, hot!
This was a long overdue meeting of the BJMT club, circa 1958, where we engaged in arts and crafts while pining over Arnie Silverman, a boy in our class we secretly admired.
Right this way, please, to start lining up your summer events.
The central myth of Judaism is built upon a purposeful and stubborn misreading of history.
In this memoir, Max Eisen describes how at 15, he entered Auschwitz became a slave laborer, and managed, against all odds, to survive.