CINEMA J: ASK DR. RUTH Film Screening & Discussion

CINEMA J: ASK DR. RUTH Film Screening & Discussion

CINEMA J: ASK DR. RUTH Film Screening Saturday, December 19 – Monday, December 21 Screen On Your Own I FREE – Registration is required *We thank Hulu for their generosity in providing our viewers this FREE screening. English I Documentary I 100 minutes J TALKS: A LIVE DISCUSSION WITH A VERY SPECIAL GUEST: THE ONE-AND-ONLY […]

Happy Chanukah – Celebrate the Festival of Lights with MUSIC

From our home to yours, enjoy the beautiful sounds of Ladino, Yiddish, and Hebrew songs, performed live, bringing joy and ruach [spirit] to this holiday. Welcome our featured guest performers, Susan Gaeta, and David Shneyer: SUSAN GAETA – A renowned vocalist & guitarist, explores the rich and varied traditions of Sephardic music. Her performance is […]

Frying Up Hannukah Desserts with Chef Vered

Frying Up Hannukah Desserts with Chef Vered Tuesday, December 15 | 5:00 PM | $10 Chef Vered is back with Hannukah treats for the whole family. Grab your cooking oil and an apron and join Chef Vered (from your kitchen) to fry up your favorite Hannukah desserts including an array of sufganiyot from around the […]

J-Talks: Something Wonderful – Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Broadway Revolution with Guest Author Todd Purdum

J-Talks: Something Wonderful – Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Broadway Revolution with Guest Author Todd Purdum Monday, November 23 l 2:00 PM l Cost: $10 Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II were at the forefront of the great age of songwriting, creating such classic Broadway musicals as Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, and The […]

Passport J: Tour of St. Petersburg

Passport J: Tour of St. Petersburg Wednesday, December 2 | 2:00 PM | $10 Join us as we travel to St. Petersburg from the comfort of your couch! This tour is the perfect opportunity for you to see all the highlights of this gorgeous city of glorious royalty, majestic canal views, and onion-shaped domes. We’ll […]

J TALKS: HARRY TRUMAN – A FRIEND OF THE JEWS?

J-TALKS: HARRY TRUMAN – A FRIEND OF THE JEWS? Wednesday, November 18 | 2:00 PM | Cost: $10 Against all odds, Israel became a state in 1948. This is the behind-the-scenes story of Harry Truman’s relationship with Zionist leaders and the “founding fathers” of Israel, including Ben Gurion, Chaim Weizmann, and Ambassador Abba Eban. Their […]

J-Talks: Jewhooing the Sixties – American Celebrity & Jewish Identity

J-TALKS: JEWHOOING THE SIXTIES -AMERICAN CELEBRITY & JEWISH IDENTITY Thursday, November 12 | 2:00 PM | Cost: $10 “Jewhooing” is a term applied to a prominent person who is of the Jewish faith, someone who elicits ethnic pride. Author David Kaufman profiles four icons, Sandy Koufax, Barbara Streisand, Bob Dylan and Lenny Bruce, who have been the subjects of “Jewhooing” since the 1960s, since […]

Passport J Presents: Jewish-Polish Cooking with Vered Guttman

Passport J Presents: Jewish-Polish Cooking with Vered Guttman Thursday, October 22 | 5:00 PM Tickets Options $10 | Cooking Demo* Throw on an apron and cook alongside chef and food writer, Vered Guttman. Vered will take us on a culinary journey from her grandmother’s kitchen in Israel back to the smells and tastes of her […]

Book Fest in Your Living Room Presents JODI PICOULT, The Book of Two Ways: A Novel

Wednesday, September 23 | 8:00 pm EST Brought to you by the JCC Literary Consortium Book Fest in Your Living Room Presents JODI PICOULT, The Book of Two Ways: A Novel In Conversation with Judy Blume, New York Times Bestselling Author and Owner, Books & Books, Key West ZOOM Webinar Author Talk + Q & […]

Passport J: Polin Museum

PASSPORT J: A Virtual Trip to Warsaw’s Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews Thursday, October 8 | 5:00 PM | Cost: $10 Meet Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Polin Museum’s chief curator, who will take us on a virtual tour of her work curating the Jewish experience. BKG as she is called, was featured in the […]