Rokhl’s Golden City: Changing the face of Yiddish theater—and the sound of Yiddish music
Rokhl’s Golden City: Montreal’s shape-shifting klezmer genius Socalled transmigrates into a new album—and gay porn
Newly digitized recordings offer an unprecedented glimpse of the Ukrainian-Jewish past
Rokhl’s Golden City: Plans for the ‘day of immense goyish significance,’ and other klezmatic holiday delights
Golden City: Support #derkegnshtel and don’t be a seks farbrekher
New klezmer group Tsibele reminds us that we’ve been here before.
My winding journey through music mirrored my journey of Jewish discovery
A little knish, a little violin, and a little vodka get the party started
Rokhl’s Golden City: What 1970s sitcom TV and 1920s Yiddish theater have in common
Tablet’s new kinda-sorta-weekly column brings you diaspora culture with a Yiddish twist
Arkady, who lost his entire family in the Holocaust, was a ‘Yiddish rock star’
Daniel Brenner, the rabbi and musician behind Klezmer Aerobics, hopes to have you schvitzin’ like it’s the 1880s
Voices from Europe: JewSalsa takes to the streets of downtown Paris
Saul Dreier, 89, and Ruby Sosnowicz, 85, delight audiences across the country
Israeli band’s new album showcases distinctive mix of rock, klezmer, and funk
The group will perform on tonight’s episode of comedian Louis C.K.’s show
A visit with Arkady Gendler, the last link to the living roots of Yiddish culture, on the eve of a new album
As New Mexico marks 100 years of statehood, one woman looks back on her great-aunt and -uncle, who helped spur a century of Jewish life there
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