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Though it begins in Czarist Russia, this is an American story. It could be your grandparents’ story. It is the universal story of the emigrant.
The Klezmatics to perform at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Massachsuetts on Saturday, November 16, 2013, at 8pm. Presented by the Yiddish Book Center
The course will be led by Jeremy Dauber, professor of Yiddish at Columbia University, author of the first full literary biography of Sholem Aleichem, and an alumnus of the Yiddish Book Center.
We put out the call for recipe submissions for Brisket, Homentashn, Kugl, Matzo Balls, and Tsimes and you delivered! See who won the recipe contest!
In this letter to Pakn Treger, a reader describes her family's Shavuos tradition of making knishes.
The program combines one-on-one mentorship with rigorous collaborative training, giving aspiring translators the tools they need to produce works of literary quality.
The Yiddish Book Center to present a weekend course exploring the lives and works of the most notable family of Yiddish writers:"The Family Singer: Three Siblings and Their Stories" November 1-3, 2013.
one of the largest and fastest-growing Jewish cultural organization in America.