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It’s been a while since this many Jews partied in the desert. Last time it happened, I believe the earth opened up and swallowed them alive.
But TribeFest is a little different than golden calf worshipping, aside from the heavy dose of temptation…
Here’s a VideoJew special report on the convention this past week.
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Connie, Martha and Vet in a movie version (filmed for “The Big Broadcast”) of one of their earliest commercial recordings.
August 31, 2006 | 8:00 pmLate last Saturday night, a thin strip of indoor/outdoor red carpet led from the parking lot of the Magic Castle in Hollywood to a small, close-ceiling function room behind the glamorous house of tricks.
Inside, 100 or so young Jews gathered to celebrate the third issue of Guilt &...
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Saturday, June 18
The near month-long dance-on-film extravaganza that is the Dance Camera West International Dance Film Festival offers a poignant Jewish dance piece this evening. Head to the Redcat to view Kaeja's Dance Company's short dance film, "Departure," which evokes the...
January 8, 2004 | 7:00 pm
It could have been a scene from New York's beatnik past: A group of young hipsters gathered at a Greenwich Village apartment for an artistic venture they hoped would change history -- or at least rock the establishment. But these beats call themselves Heebs, and their universe is the...
December 18, 2003 | 7:00 pm