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Rabbi Jill Hausman has been the Rabbi and Cantor of the historic Actors' Temple since 2006. She served for twelve years at Boro Park Progressive Synagogue, a Reform Congregation, as Cantor and for the last two years of that period, also as their Assistant Rabbi. She has a background in singing and acting, having produced two recordings of German Lieder in her own English translations and one CD of contemporary song, to be released next year. She has also composed music for synagogue services and has written poetry. Her Shabbat Week commentaries on the weekly Torah portion have been published by The Jewish Week, in New York City.
Rabbi Jill, a New Jersey native, is a graduate of Smith College and received her Semicha from the Rabbinical Seminary International under the guidance of Rabbi Joseph Gelberman. Other mentors include Rabbi Charles Shoulson and the composer and organist Hermann Berlinski.
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AllMusic.Com: Life, Love, Lieder: Lieder in Our Language, Vol. 2 - Jill Hausman
iTunes: Lieder in our Language
CDBaby: Jill Hausman and Walter Winterfeldt Life Love Lieder
This week, Ben Rawlence discusses “City of Thorns”; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Janice Y. K. Lee talks about “The Expatriates”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
On this weeks episode of Joe, Vinny & the Jets we will look at the biggest holes on the New York Jet roster. There are also some topics and rumors surrounding the New York Jets that need to be discussed. Also if you haven't heard yet Super Bowl 50 will be played on Sunday, who wil win?
On this weeks episode of Joe, Vinny & the Jets we will take a look at each of the New York Jets free agents to be. Should the Jets re-sign Wilkerson? What are you willing to pay Harrison and Fitzpatrick? These are some of the many topics we will be running through
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from The Chatwal hotel in New York, a landmark building that was once the famous Lambs Club (and is now housing Geoffrey Zakarian’s Lambs Club restaurant). It’s got a wealth of history on 44th street on the west side of Manhattan and is right in the center of the Theater District. Joining Peter will be historian Elizabeth Bradley, who tells the great story of the lovers and the murder of Stanford White, and the very first “trial of the century.” Kevin Fitzpatrick, author of Dorothy Parker’s New York and Under the Table: A Dorothy Parker Cocktail Guide, reveals how many speakeasies were once on 44th street (whatever number you guess, you’ll be way too low), and talks about special secrets of the neighborhood.
Ashish Verma stops by to talk about how the hotel owners worked to maintain the landmark status of the building as well as maintaining its architectural style, and Nicole Morris and Audrey Romanola, Spa Directors at the Red Door in The Chatwal, speak about the wellness experience and the urban sanctuary the spa provides.
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Shlomo lives and breathes for music and works hard to bring interesting, diverse and exceptional talent to City Winery's stage. A member of the core team that founded City Winery in 2008, Shlomo is a well-recognized figure in and around the venue. When he isn't perfecting his Shlo-Mullet hair, rambling in Hebrew or blasting his latest music discovery in the office, he is busy making concerts happen - often 5 days or more per week! Shlomo also books external productions and benefit concerts with Michael Dorf Presents, including the famed NYC venues Carnegie Hall, Central Park SummerStage, The Apollo and much more. When he is not in music mode, he plays for the Israeli Baseball team as the starting pitcher.City Winery is the brainchild of Michael Dorf, founder of the iconic Knitting Factory, one of New York’s longest running music venues, wanted to create a space in Manhattan where he could combine his shared passions for wine and music. How was the idea conceived? After making his first barrel of wine in California with his brother Josh and wine maker David Tate, formerly of Ridge Winery and now at Barnett Vineyards, Michael caught the bug: "For a long time I'd been enjoying wine as a fan-drinking it, taking classes, attending wine dinners-but it was not until I actually started participating in the process of working with the grape, turning it into wine, putting it into a bottle, and watching it develop over time, that I really started to understand wine. And when I would give my friends a bottle of wine with my name on it, most would respond by saying: 'I wanna do that too!' It was this experience that led Michael to conceptualize and start working on the City Winery business plan in 2006.
Marty Appel is considered the nation's leading authority on the New York Yankees. His 20 books include "Pinstripe Empire: The New York Yankees from Before the Babe to After the Boss", and the children's version, "Pinstripe Pride". He also wrote the New York Times best-seller "Munson," and collaborations with Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, Hall of Famer Tom Seaver, and umpire Eric Gregg. His 19th century biography, "Slide, Kelly, Slide" was named winner of the Casey Award as outstanding baseball book of 1996. A former Yankees public relations director and Emmy award winning television producer (while working for WPIX), he has also handled public relations for the Topps Company, the Atlanta Olympics, MLB, and, through Marty Appel Public Relations - The Sporting News, the Baseball Hall of Fame... [Read full bio at www.AppelPR]
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Tonight starts a sports Spectacular! called the World Series. Who's in it Kansas City Royal vs the New York Mets here we go Y'all home runs,rbi and great pitching... There another subject thats important for baseball fans..Can you guess ? It's "Great Food" Here on Flavor Living Radio we have two guest from both teams explaining there regional food trends...That all I can say for now tune-in and listen while your at home or at the World Series. Our website http://www.flavorlivingradio.com
The New York Jets had a record breaking, Franchise re-setting season, yet there remain cries of "Same old Jets" because they did'nt make the NFL Playoffs.
The Wildcard playoff Games themselves were enough to show Jets Fans Just how Far this years team might have gone. By what we saw this weekend, the Jets would have gone beyond the first round had they beat the Buffalo Bills in Week 17 and played to their potential.
Jets' GM Mike Maccagnan now faces his first real scouting test. With a now tight salary cap and a lack of players signed at key positions, who stays, who goes? A financial battle lies ahead.
Season review and an eye towards the future. Join us by calling in.
ALSO: New York Jets' Joe Klecko and Kevin Mawae - Why their not yet in the NFL Pro Football Hall Of Fame. Is Gary Myers of the NYDN to Blame? Has he done his job as the N.Y. Jets Representative? According to Myers we all are:
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Mr. Myers , You sir know not to whom your speaking to. Join us and explain why you should not retire your voting position.
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But the Jets Dropped the series to the Buffalo Bills and their Former Coach, Rex Ryan.
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