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The Fish Snake Makes Zionist Hip-Hop

By On November 14, 2018

“The fish snake makes Zionist hip-hop.” It sounds even more ridiculous – and badass – when chanted in a club of hundreds.  Hadag Nahash osim hip-hip tzioni, Hadag Nahash osim hip-hop tzioni!… Read More


Tree Of Life Painting Brings Lightness To The Dark

By On November 2, 2018

Attempting to deal with the darkness in this world, I was moved to respond to the terror in the way I know best: through my art. Tree of Life. Pittsburgh PA. 10.27.18 … Read More


Isaiah Rothstein’s Video Reminds Us The Path To Joy Is Gratitude

By On October 16, 2018

Zayah's song and video are a joyful reminder of the importance of gratitude.… Read More


Darshan’s New Music Video Reveals Portals To The Divine

By On August 28, 2018

The video for Hapax Legomenon is a hauntingly beautiful peek into the soul of the Universe.… Read More


Why Cobra Kai Is The Karate Kid Revival Series We All Need Right Now

By On July 23, 2018

The series combines 80's nostalgia with modern day issues.… Read More


Sarah Tuttle-Singer Reveals Her Heart Through Her Beloved Jerusalem

By On June 12, 2018

Sarah Tuttle-Singer's book, Jerusalem Drawn And Quartered reveals a multi-faceted view of both the city and the author herself.… Read More


Write On!: Sometimes I’m Too Jewish, Sometimes I’m Not Jewish Enough

By On March 13, 2018

The religious stuff, the Holocaust stuff, the passing inclusion of an oy — they’re all a part of the story, but are they the story?… Read More


Sara Erenthal’s Art Is A Gift To The Community

By On January 29, 2018

Sara Erenthal's art brings joy and healing to the community.… Read More


The Leviim Gallery Is Making Fine Judaic Art Accessible To All

By On January 18, 2018

The Leviim Gallery exemplifies Chabad ideals.… Read More


An Artist Sits In The Audience

By On December 20, 2017

A musician's poetic reflection on a chamber orchestra concert.… Read More

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