The 33rd annual Jewish Film Festival is promising: more opportunities for community engagement, more venues and more variety in show times with the goal of reaching a broader audience.
The Gershman Y is celebrating Passover with a Seder that is unlike any other you’ve seen.
There are local events that help teach the story of Passover, as well as other ways families can celebrate and learn about Jewish culture.
An exhibit of Spanish Jewish culture kicks off Sunday at the Gershman Y on Broad Street and there will be a free opening reception on Feb. 21st.
It’s holiday time, so Hadas explores a gingerbread house workshop, a bakery making “ugly holiday sweater cookies,” and the Gersham Y’s tenth annual Latkepalooza!
The 32nd Annual Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival is kicking off Saturday night, showcasing 20 films and six shorts.
The event will be an artistic take on the themes of Passover, including dance, poetry, and music.
“I’m John Adams and I’m Damien Pileggi from Rival Brothers Coffee Roasters, and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
On the fifth night of Hanukkah, the Gershman Y celebrates the potato pancake.