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Rare and unpublished works represent the collective memory and cultural history of Eastern European and Russian Jews.
And yet, despite her lifelong interest and amazing contributions to Yiddish language and literature, her prime forte is matchmaking!
Written in Yiddish, her diaries were originally intended for her descendants.
Yiddish ventriloquist show for Hasidic children
When someone in the cheap seats yelled at him to “let it go,” Patinking responded, “I’m not letting it go! The Yiddish culture means too much to me."
Israeli tourist Avraham Fekete returns home to Jerusalem with 20 stitches after being knifed in a New York subway station.
Yiddish Theater returns to New York in a one-of-a-kind exhibit that runs through July 31.