Poetry reading and performance with Philip Terman, Yehoshua November, Jay Michaelson, and Jake Marmer.
Next@19th, 9 pm
Join Next@19th’s CHAIku program, featuring Jay’s ecstatic and energetic queer Jewish poetry (and music). Bring your own 17-syllable celebrations of queer Jewish experience to share.
Zeek presents New Jewish Writing
@Kelly Writer’s House, U. Pennsylvania
Feb 24, 2010, 6:00 PM
Click the event title for bios of the fabulous writers!
Act now to tell your half-remembered story. Go to http://www.citizenfilm.org/contest/. Contest ends October 1.
Judge is Zeek’s Editor, Jo Ellen Green Kaiser and winners will be published in Zeek’s online magazine!
Please join Zeek and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College for a panel moderated by Rabbi Jacob Staub with Rabbi Isabel DeKoninck, Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, and Rabbi Dan Ehrenkrantz, President of RRC asking
“How Can a Religious Movement Succeed in a Post-Denominational World?”
Sunday, October 10, 7:00-9:30 pm
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
1299 Church Road, corner Greenwood Avenue, Wyncote PA 19095
Come celebrate the launch of our summer issue at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival!
When: July 24, 12:30pm
Where: Castro Theater
What: bagels, coffee, and spoken word by Dan Wolf plus a world permier film screening!
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On May 16, the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, Northern California Holocaust Center, Jewish Milestones, the Jewish Daily Forward and Zeek Media offer a full-day of events on the Art of Healing, including: workshops on bodywork and spiritual healing; a lecture on the exhibit “Our Struggle”; a reading by poets Chana Bloch, Hannah Stein, and Julia Bloch; an interactive performance by the Playback Theater; and a closing healing ritual.
Advance tickets are just $10 and include admittance to the Contemporary Jewish Museum’s exhibits, a free copy of Zeek’s spring issue on Healing, and attendance at all events. Click here to buy your tickets now!
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Rabbi Elliot Kukla recently broke his leg and is unable to travel. Instead of offering a workshop in person in New York, he will offer a webinar. Date/time will be announced shortly.
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