Talk Dirty - A vintage klezmer Jason Derulo cover!
Hatikva - Game of Thrones Mashup התקווה - משחקי הכס
1. Shmaltz Appetizing - Yet another Jewish food thing in Toronto. 2. Stitching History - Long lost clothing designs reunite Holocaust survivor family. 3. Muslim Caretakers - For generations this family has been caring for a dwindling synagogue in Kolkata. 4. Félix et Meira - Interesting or in poor taste? Secular man saves "poor, oppressed Hasidic woman". 5. Leonard Cohen - Sounding a bit like Louis Armstrong on his new track, "Did I Ever Love You."
Will has always loved games, whether board games, card games or video games, and today he's found himself at the forefront of a new field of study, video game scholarship.
There's a misconception that Jewish people look a certain way and that you either look Jewish or you don't based on certain characteristics constructed by society. This event made it very clear that Jews are just as difficult to define as fashion and therein lies the connection.
Every time we put food on the table we make a decision to support and sustain one paradigm or another. It’s an overwhelming responsibility that most of us choose to ignore. Using our purchasing power to express preferences in ways more reflective than whether we want chicken or pasta for dinner is an incredibly powerful tool
Thankfully, Noah Bick, the subject of our 2nd SILHOUETTES episode, has provided POP Montreal with his Top Picks. Take a look, take a listen and if nothing catches your fancy, head over the the Pop Montreal website for more info
Like Mother, Like Daughter is a participatory performance project for mothers and daughters from different faith groups. It was created by Complicite Creative Learning and Why Not Theatre and first performed in June 2014 at the OFFTA festival in Montreal by a group of Jewish women.
This is a guest post by Samara Perez She is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at McGill University, supervised by Dr. Zeev Rosberger, at the Jewish General Hospital. Her area of research focuses on understanding the psychosocial factors related to HPV vaccine decision-making. Anyone who knows me, knows that... Read More →