Category Archives: NYC

Don’t stop: Daphna’s Arrangement Performed by Ramaz Chamber Chorus

On March 23, 2011, the Ramaz Chamber chorus, in an SRO appearance at Barnes and Noble on E 86th St on NYC’s Upper East Side, performed Daphna Weinstock’s arrangement of Fleetwood Mac’s “Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow”.

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Theater Week

We saw two great shows this week. The Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest, at the Roundabout Theater – with the simply wonderful Brian Bedford. And, last night, The Merchant of Venice at the Pace University … Continue reading

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Being Gay in the Orthodox World – a response worth reading

Recently, a panel discussion was held at Wurzweiler called “Being Gay in the Orthodox World”, in which several students discussed their experiences as growing up and coming out as gay in the Orthodox Jewish community. It generated much discussion, including … Continue reading

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Speaks for Itself

(hat tip – The NY Times)

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For all you MetroNorth Commuters

Stop by for a drink!

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