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A Window on to Soviet Jewish Art

From the Yiddish Book Center’s podcast, Tune in!: co-curator Joel Berkowitz on “Felix Lembersky: Soviet Form, Jewish Context,” now in the Center’s Brechner Gallery

The Perfect Hanukkah Latke

Popular Jewish cuisine blogger Tori Avey shares her secrets on Tune in!, the podcast of the Yiddish Book Center.

Great Jewish Books Program Opens Vast Literature to Students

The Yiddish Book Center's summer program for high school students is now accepting applications for 2015.

The Latest Tent: The List

The go-to place for the latest in contemporary Jewish culture

Eight Days of Hanukkah Gift Ideas

Hanukkah is here, and our bookstore has plenty of great gift ideas.

Educators Invited to Learn About Yiddish Book Center

NOTE: TODAY'S PROGRAM IS ON AS SCHEDULED. Local middle and high school teachers are invited to a special event on December 9 to learn about educational resources and opportunities at the Yiddish Book Center. 

Apply Now for Steiner Summer Yiddish Program and Yiddish Book Center Fellowship

The Yiddish Book Center is now accepting applications for two renowned education programs for college students and recent graduates. 

What's on This Month's The List?

What do Lena Dunham, halva spread, and Jewish-themed T-shirts have in common? Tent: Encounters with Jewish Culture has the answer.

Exhibit: Felix Lembersky: Soviet Form, Jewish Context

A visiting exhibit of work by the important but long-overlooked Soviet Jewish painter, now at the Yiddish Book Center's Brechner Gallery

Sweet or savory: how do you prefer your gefilte fish?

Below are links to several recipes. Try a few—or try them all—and let us know which is your favorite. Or maybe you already have the best gefilte fish recipe ever. If so, please share it with us at