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Six Words on the Jewish Life

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

“Found Jewish princess. Good-bye succulent pork.”
“Didn’t get Seinfeld ’til met in-laws.”
“I kvetch. And therefore, I am.”
“Catholic in Jewish neighborhood: double guilt.”
“Moved to Israel. Rest is history.”
From identity and mother issues to unfettered love of carbs and inner conflict over Israel—and the sheer joy of discussing and debating… everything—the Jewish life is a rich and storied [...]

“Catholic kills at Jewish memoir reading.” Our Six-Word Story Show, Sept. 21, 92YTribeca

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Walter Mosley at the Six-Word Story Show. from SMITHmag on Vimeo.

Our fourth Six-Word Story Show, “Oy! Only Six? Why Not More?”—Six Words on the Jewish Life, on September 21 at NYC’s 92YTribeca started with a tribute to Leonard Cohen and ended with a song from Godspell. In between what followed was an unforgettable evening of [...]

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