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An amazing 9-day adventure in Costa Rica this August with other Jewish Young Professionals!
Our night out on Broadway includes reserved seating to the show + a cast talkback right after the show!
The Young Leadership Board is happy to present a dodgeball tournament to benefit JOIN Israel! Proceeds will go towards donating books to an elementary school library being established in Ashkelon, Israel.
With two Platinum and five Gold records, Ivri is one of the most successful rock artists in Israel today.
(Mar. 14, 21 & 28) — A class linking texts from the Midrash to scenes from classic Hollywood films including “The Hunger Games," “Stranger than Fiction," “The King’s Speech” and “The Descendants." Popcorn available.
The Jewish Week in partnership with “Hadassah’s Defining Zionism in the 21st Century” is proud to present a discussion with Ambassador Dan Shapiro and Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, moderated by Lisa Hostein.
Join a community of adults in their 20s and 30s with developmental and/or learning disabilities to cook for the B’nai Jeshurun/Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew Homeless Shelter, and then have dinner together.
Hear from Lynn Povich, Bonnie S. Anderson and Rebecca Traister. Free and open to the public, including guided tours of The Jewish Museum's exhibits and a book signing reception with wine and refreshment.
The authors discuss Pogrebin's new book "My Jewish Year," how 21st-century Jews can find meaning in Jewish observance and what might motivate them to learn more about their faith.
(Mar. 27 and Apr. 3) — Join us over a few bottles of wine for a discussion about how Judaism can help answer the questions with which you are wrestling. This is a two part series.
(Mondays) — Join Patti as she stretches out our tense muscles on Monday evenings for nine weeks.
(Sept. 8-Jun. 30) — Numbers are integral to Jewish rituals, belief, significant historical dates, and daily life. More than 50 contemporary artists illuminate the meaning of numbers and their symbolism through a broad range of artistic media.
A mix of circle, line and partner dances with friendly people. If you do not dance you can listen to the great Israeli music, socialize and enjoy our refreshments.
A performance at the Metropolitan Opera House features traditional and modern compositions from the U.S. and Israel including the world premiere of Randy Klein's "FanFare for Jerusalem."
A doc about the matriarch of modern Hebrew poetry. Screening as part of the Russian American Cultural Center's 2017 Art Film Festival. Q&A with Eran Polishuk of the Consulate General of Israel of New York.
Join other 20s/30s as we make dinner for the BJ/SPSA Homeless Shelter.
(Through Apr. 1) — Ido Michaeli's hand-woven tapestry, based on a 1902 New York Times article about the "Jewish borough," is about justice and the Black Panthers movement in the U.S. and Israel/Palestine.
(Mar. 16-Jun. 8) — A view of a time and place that no longer exist — synagogues, many destroyed during WWII, people on their way to prayer, sending greetings in a vanished Eastern Europe of a century ago.
(Through Apr. 29) — Clothing and textiles from the YU Museum collection.
The lyrical Israeli pianist Ehud Asherie, whose new album "Suffle Along" features the songs of Eubie Blake, plays solo at a Greenwich Village jazz club called Mezzrow, one with an unusual Jewish backstory.
(Mar. 24 and 25) —Grammy Award-winning singer and hilarious cabaret star Lady Rizo delivers a musical eulogy for the U.S.
(Tonight at 9:00 & 10:30) — The jazz guitarist goes exploring with a bass-less semi-electronic band. With Hekselman on guitar, Sam Yahel on keyboards, Kevin Hays on piano and Kush Abaday on drums.
(Mar. 9-Apr. 1) — Alan C. Breindel's play about four people who outran the Holocaust.
(Mar. 23-Apr.9) — Based on the novel by Yossi Sucary, the play traces the holocaust of the Jews of Libya.
The surprisingly funny true story of back-channel talks, unlikely friendships and quiet heroics that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. The hit play comes to Broadway after a sold-out Off Broadway run.