Celebrating the diversity of Jewish Buffalo.
There Was No Silence is a documentary about JCC Rockland’s efforts to get a minute of silence for the 11 Israeli athletes murdered at the Munich Olympics in 1972. There Was No Silence celebrates the power of never giving up, the importance of communities standing up for what is right and how JCC Rockland’s effort made a world-wide impact and created change. Tickets: $10.00 www.jccbuffalo.orgFind out more »
Moshe Shulman makes another rare and not to be forgotten event of Jewish Music with a large ensemble of musicians and singers of Buffalo area. Moshe carries his Jewish baggage wherever he goes, and Buffalo, his hometown for the last 12 years, is not an exception. As an expert in klezmer music, Moshe is dedicated to pass his passion to other musician, Jews or not, so it is never lost both for musicians and the audience. We have the musicians, now…Find out more »
Join Amy Stopnicki, author of award winning cookbook Kosher Taste for an interactive food demo. Amy will be discussing and demonstrating ideas for summer entertaining. From tablescapes to food and light summer beverages. Amy will demonstrate some easy and fun ways to entertain, using easy recipes that will please every crowd. She will touch on grilling, plating and serving and her favorite methods to do so. Book Signing and Tasting Tickets $18Find out more »
By Buffalo born writer Nancy Kelton In this heartbreaking, hilarious memoir, Nancy Davidoff Kelton takes us from the gray house of her Buffalo childhood with a depressed mother who was in and out of "the nervous hospital," to the often daunting but never dull world of dating as a divorced mom in Manhattan. This event is part of the JCC’s Book & Arts Fair. $10/general, $5/students. Reservations are recommended. To reserve your seats call 716-204-2084 or email KWzontek@jccbuffalo.org The Jewish…Find out more »
Staged reading presented by the Jewish Repertory Theatre In this hilarious memoir, Buffalo born writer Nancy Davidoff Kelton takes us from the gray house of her Buffalo childhood with a depressed mother who was in and out of "the nervous hospital," to the often daunting but never dull world of dating as a divorced mom in Manhattan. Nancy Davidoff Kelton is the author of 7 books and essays which have appeared in The New York Times, The Buffalo News, Parents,…Find out more »
A deeply personal memoir of family, struggle and defeat with a modicum of success but most of all, the triumph of love. With poignancy, wit and humor, Marv Dubin conveys a compelling heartfelt story chronicling his 80-plus years as a native Buffalonian living the American dream. Marv Dubin was born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., and has remained a lifelong resident. A practicing attorney for more than 50 years, he was driven to put pen to paper and author “Dubin’s…Find out more »
City Songs and American Life, 1900-1950 is renowned author and broadcaster Michael Lasser’s take on the music he has lived with for more than half a century. Nothing defines the songs of the Great American Songbook better than its urban sensibility, beginning with Broadway and Harlem, and then tracing the first half of the 20th century. Michael Lasser is the author of three books about the Great American Songbook. His syndicated public radio show, Fascinatin’ Rhythm, won a 1994 Peabody…Find out more »