18 Burst results for "Jewish Museum"

Pompeo pledges US support to ease Greece-Turkey dispute

C-SPAN Programming

01:17 min | 9 months ago

Pompeo pledges US support to ease Greece-Turkey dispute

"Visiting Greece. He tweeted today in recognition of young poor. I am honored to pay my respects. At the Jewish Museum, which commemorates the city's once vibrant Jewish community. The U. S remains committed to fighting anti Semitism and promoting religious tolerance and freedom. This is what it sounded like. At the Jewish Museum in Thessaloniki. In Greece. It honors 46,000. Jewish residents deported and killed at German Nazi death death can stir in World War Two secretary state Mike Pompeo They're on a on a visit. He is also visiting Italy, the Holy See in Croatia. During this trip through October 2nd. He also addressed another issue, pledging to use US diplomatic and military influence in the region to try Tio ese. A dispute between Greece and Turkey. Both members of NATO over energy writes in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. And they're also reports that when he

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"jewish museum" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"There's a wonderful story about more field. Who was the governor of oregon in the nineteen eighties of course and he was a student at willamette university and brought the civil rights leaders marian anderson and paul robeson saying on campus and what he found out this is the nineteen forties was no place on Salem oregon that they could spend the night right because of the public that went on there was segregated so when he had his first venture into politics he was a state representative in oregon and one of the first things. He endeavoured to is pass the public accommodations law and this was nineteen fifty three so that you could no longer segregate who could sleep in hotel or you could no longer segregate whites together unless a so judy. Thanks for being with us today. My pleasure saw. How in the world did you get there. What is your background at. How did you end up being the director of this museum. In portland oregon. Well i actually come from canada. I grew up outside of toronto. So i was living in toronto and working in toronto after finishing a graduate degree in museum studies. I was working in a museum in toronto. A met my husband. They're married him there and he got a job in portland so i was at that point really the dutiful wife who followed their husband to start working in portland. My first career here I had a short stint at the washington. The washington county historical society. And then. I actually went to ozzy where i was. The curator trader for a decade. I had studied in school Believe it or not. I studied nineteenth century decorative arts so i was really far. Afield from decorative arts in taking the job at on c. But it really gave me a chance to kind of hone. My belief in humanizing exhibitions of all kinds So i did a lot exhibition development. They're mostly focusing on the more historical aspects rather than the scientific aspects the jewish museum. The oregon jewish museum was nascent at that time. So we're talking the very late nineteen eighties and it had been occuren- an idea by Esteemed rabbi in portland by joshua stem for who decided that the community needed a jewish so that non jews could understand jewish art history and culture. The museum was founded in nineteen ninety as a museum without walls. The idea being didn't need a physical space but it could exist with a membership and bringing exhibits two spaces in portland and that actually worked for a number of years. There was a small membership. There was a collection that started an archive that had come from the jewish society of oregon but ultimately There was the realization that has museum needed physical space and that propelled the oregon jewish museum in a series of rentals or borrowed spaces up until two thousand nine. The museum actually moved to a space at nineteenth and current in portland and stayed there for a number of years in twenty fourteen. The museum entered the oregon. Jewish museum entered into negotiations with the oregon holocaust resource center to merge the two organizations and become one and this was a sort of the beginning of where the museum is today in that. There was I i've been the director since the early two thousand so it. It seemed very weak very important that this regional jewish museum start to take on the mantle of holocaust education. I really felt was our obligation. As long ago as two thousand and fourteen five years ago we were already entering a period where survivors of the holocaust were aging. And very soon we would not have them with us to be the first person testimony of the horrors of the holocaust. So i knew that as a regional museum we had a place where we could be educating others so that that merger took place in twenty fourteen and then shortly after that the museum which had become the oregon jewish museum and center for holocaust education determined. It was time to buy a home and things fell into place for us and we were able to purchase our current home today on north west davis strait. While this is wayne park with a source. Your podcast that's judy markle's who were talking with a remotely today. And she said her office in oregon jewish museum and center for holocaust education. Judy went from there. And you talked about the horrors of the holocaust and getting these oral histories from people a very different place. I picture myself working there. How do you by definition. Most holocaust stories are so powerful and to me. It's almost overwhelming. How do how do people who especially worked there. Transcend the despair At that must be attached to that in the power of those stories. I always say that our work is really really hard because you know in particularly today where were were working in an atmosphere of rising anti anti semitism rhetoric on in public discourse. That we really. Haven't you know many of us many of the kids. We have coming into this museum. They haven't seen in their lifetime. So i do say our work is very difficult. I also say our work right now is urgent We as a staff. I think you know to use that expression of self care. I think we are Very good at talking when things are very difficult for us we Honestly we have dogs are. Many of us are dog owners and quite frankly our dogs service therapy to us. Our administrative offices are are separate from the museum so a dog can come in here quite quite happily not be a burden to anybody who doesn't in the galleries etc It and it's also because we we believe in our mission if we can connect the holocaust what happened in the holocaust and make connections to our visitors so that they understand that by looking at patterns of human behavior in in human history and helping particularly school children understand that there are ways to break those patterns of behavior on to better the world so our work is difficult. but it's also really liked affirming because we were we've chosen to remain hopeful about the ways. We can teach him release. That can help visitors. Understand arbil's.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on The View

The View

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on The View

"When you start talking. About the holocaust when there are real holocaust survivors, here right now saying it is nothing like what happened, then I think that is the problem, I think, specifically with her when she's doing it on her Instagram story, live, which I understand. That's how the kids do what I am sort of borderline on still being a who I'm thirty four. But I do think we are talking about something serious, do it in a platform that is more serious. You get what I said, we're really comparing. Red jet to retorts. We're not airing it too. I mean we are not exterminating people yet. No. I mean I mean come on, come on, come on, with that Meghan kids died at that border. Megan, I don't agree on anything. But if we agree on this. I just I think she went too far comparing. What is happening on the border? Which we all know is despicable family, my grandfather's Jewish. So, yes, maybe I take this personally, but I just she went too far, but I will say there have been holocaust survivors, that have also come out in support of ASC. There's someone Adam class feld who said who makes did he? He's a reporter but he said he tweeted out that the director of the Oregon Jewish museum in central for holocaust education, said that for those criticizing AOC's remarks on US concentration camps. This sworn court declaration from last year is from the director of that organization, and she shares the fears of survive. And, but we can be anecdotal all day long. I mean congressman Josh Goff Heimer of New Jersey who has family members in the holocaust came out and condemn this. Here's the thing. So there are we? We've been going through this for the last couple of years with this one in the in the White House, and I'm sure it's not going to stop because some stuff compares in people's minds. And we know that that's crazy. You know. But right now, we're going to take a turn because doing today's pride month F Y, which on is a trail blazer. We've neither. His father of way of moving. He was born William leak in queens in New York, and nine hundred sixty one he started dancing at age seven. And by the eighties, he was the one to watch for ROY and village parks to drag balls in Harlem, inspired by the swift moves of martial arts. Ninjas bogeying made him a New York celebrity, and after peering in the award winning dot Paris's burning a global sensation. He taught throughout Europe and Japan showed supermodels like Nomi Campbell, how to work the catwalk and helped us spy. The nineteen ninety Madonna head vogue ninja passed in two thousand six he was only forty five but this forefather of ballroom culture, is celebrated to this day.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Joining us now is the executive director of the Jewish museum of Maryland, Marvin pinker. And that's at fifteen Lloyd street Marvin good morning. Welcome to the show. Good morning. Glad to be here. I think a lot of baltimoreans and Marylanders may not be aware of the Jewish museum of Maryland. So I thought what a great opportunity to introduce the museum to our audience. Where is it? And what are the hours and exhibits street historic town? It's very near to what is referred to as corned beef row, and it is really close to the Louis museum of African American history and culture and the star spangled banner flag house. What what do you think the significance of the Jewish museum of Maryland is to to residents? Well, you know, there's a rich history of the Jewish people in Maryland. And it goes back all the way to the sixteen. Fifties and comes forward today, and our museum tells the story of everyday life for the Jewish people over a period of three centuries. Especially the fact that we have the Lloyd street synagogue, the third oldest synagogue in the United States still standing, and it's from eighteen forty five and was built by the first German news to come to Baltimore. That's just amazing. It's still a practicing synagogue people still worship, Lloyd street. Synagogue is now fully a museum poker. But on the other side of us is also on our property, and we give tours of it as well as bananas real, which is a practicing synagogue, it broke away under the name physical Muna in eighteen seventy six and it's been operating as an orthodox synagogue now for over one hundred and twenty five years, the first Jewish settlers, come to Maryland, all the first one was Jacob lumber Russo that we wear of he was a doctor and he came in sixteen fifty four and within three years who was arrested for blasphemy. There's always been kind of a a struggle for Jewish civil rights in Maryland. So he came over here. I guess not too long after the the people on the ark and the dove, right? Just a few years later. We're talking Marvin pinker, executive director of Jewish museum of Maryland. Understanding you got some really interesting exhibits one specific Houdini exhibit, which was extremely successful a lot better now than we were six months ago. And the next project is again, a very interesting one it's about Jewish refugees in Shanghai in that'll open this Sunday. And it's a really little known story of how twenty thousand Jews were saved during the holocaust by making their way to Shanghai only place, the only major city that was visa-free where they could escape when the west closed its doors to refugees. Some of the questions here Marvin. And again is there an admission fee, and where do you park, and can you be a member? There is a parking lot public parkland across the street, and there is also street parking all around us. So it's pretty convenient. There's usually a space and the fees are ten dollars for adults eight dollars for seniors and further discounts for students and Merican servicemen are free. And so our folks with disabilities from their free from Monday through Thursday. Sunday through.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on Inside Europe

"Here. Hello, I'm kief Walker in Bonn, Germany. You're listening to inside Europe on today's program, the trial of a deadly terror attack on a Jewish museum opens in Belgium, also high level corruption in Poland for the ruling party, which continues to replace public administration and now Bank officials with its own nominees. The overriding goal appears to be completely overhaul elite, even if it means giving the children of top politicians jobs in financial agencies and other institutions more vast coming up and one of the largest data leaks and Germany's history leaves politicians exposed unclaimed. French authors says women over fifty are too old for love they stories and more coming up on inside Europe. Four years ago Belgium was struck by the first terrorist attack from a suspected returned. Former Pfizer that the as Lama state. The suspect in the killing of four people, Brussels. Jewish museum went on trial in Brussels on Thursday Teri Schultz has more I go fully who deaf recalls exactly how she found out. The Brussels Jewish museum had suffered a deadly attack may twenty fourth twenty fourteen. It was a Sunday. And India, my father called me to say, well, you sit down, You know you know. with my family. Everything is fine. What happened? And so he told me that he heard that. There was a shooting on the streets of the museum follicle deaf rush downtown where she soon learned the shooting was not on the street. But in the museum that two of our colleagues had been shot along with to museum visitors. The murders took only eighty two seconds all caught on closer camera with the gunman calmly shooting his victims than putting the weapons in a duffel bag and walking out the door disappearing into the crowd. Belgian foreign minister the lenders happened to be one of the first on the scene. He saw the first victims on the ground and called emergency services. Vendors told me that day had a big impact on impersonal, many, every balls and documents. Defend their actions, all different conflict. But when you're out there is totally different emotion. Deaf agrees. It was the worst of times that brought out some of the best in society. Well, kind of changed for us. We're not on the Jewish community the whole operation of parcels gather people came and they put some flowers in front of museums light, the candle people gather, it was very moving people want to stand up against the terror arcades terrorism altogether. That shooter is believed to be many moosh. The French national was picked up six days after the killing on a bus in France still carrying what are believed to be the murder weapons. Lots of munition and a videotaped confession pledging more bloodshed on behalf of the terrorist group Islam estate, which he's believed to have served in Syria for at least a year French journalists taken hostage in Syria in twenty thirteen and later, freed identified new moosh as one of their jailers. Torturers their moose then allegedly came back to Europe the institute's Thomas Renard explains why new moosh is an important figure. He was not among the very first one to leave Europe for Saran Iraq. But he was certainly in the first waves, and that sort of allowed him to to go relatively high would say in the organization of the state in Saran Iraq in those days, and he did have a relatively I would say important place in that organization as a Frank as European. He was part of that relatively limited group of very dangerous very committed European Frank fighters who have been involved in this series of attacks that have struck Europe between two thousand fourteen and two thousand and sixteen initial face trial later in France for his role in the hostage taking of the journalists. One of the other men the identified from Syria ended up being. One of those who allegedly carried out the attacks on the Brussels subway and airport in March twenty sixteen moosh also has a co-defendant an acquaintance from his earlier criminal days in France accused of being as weapons dealer. Thomas Renard says terrorism experts will be studying this trial closely, it's very important trial. Because it's the first trial of returning Frank fighter here in Europe. It's the first attack committed by someone who came back from Iran, Iraq. And so it does matter not only symbolically, but also to to better understand what his trajectory was what his motives were..

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"jewish museum" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Now, a story about a monkey a stuffed toy monkey barely four inches tall made by the German toymaker Steiff it belonged to a young Jewish boy at the time. Hitler was rising to power the monkey would take a journey that spans decades and continents a journey that includes tragedy and remarkable discovery. Its owner was geared Berliner. He's the father of NPR's early Berliner who picks up the story from here. Fifteen years ago, a museum archivist from Berlin came to my dad's apartment in New York. Yes for favor. Did he have something anything from when my dad was a kid growing up in Berlin? When he was here, he said, you know, we have exhibits and at the exhibits. What people really want is something personally, do you have anything? And I don't know. That'd be lies. What I had. I had a little monkey. He showed me the monkey. And I said that is an amazing amazing subject. That's Aubrey Pomeranz the archivist from the Jewish museum. Berlin, the toy monkey is pretty beat up its firs frayed one of its hands is completely missing. And I remember him looking at me and saying you'd like to have it for the museum, wouldn't you? And I said to him geared. It's such a personal object. It's it's it's an object which has so much meaning and is filled with the motion for you. I'd never ask you to give it to the museum said, you know, what I'll think about it. And he did think about it. It wouldn't be easy to give up the monkey the most intimate object from his childhood. He kept it close for more than sixty years. Now this story I was in lung Kee. We begins in burden. Funt on my bicycle on the steering. What is it called the handlebars, Dan laws? I put the little monkey that. It's the nineteen thirties and like other kids in Berlin. He rises bike everywhere except as a Jewish kid. The situation becomes more ominous by the day, and then it explodes in a wave of violence against Jews in nineteen thirty eight on Kristallnacht the night of the broken glass, Nazi brownshirts, and German civilians smashed and burnt Jewish shops schools in homes thousands of innocent Jewish men were rounded up.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Prior to his death that secret code with both his wife as well as numerous friends, and the idea was that if he was able to break through the Vale that separates this world in the next world that he would deliver to them the secret code, and they would know that. In fact, he was able to break through and communicate with the living and so two Dini how this say on every year on the anniversary of his death for ten years. And finally at the end of ten years she decided that she was done attempting to contact him. And she needed to move on mentally she passed the torch to his brother THEO who is better known as hard dean who was another escape artist. And he and Harry Houdini worked together for many years and Hardine led the fancies himself for many years and when her dean stop doing, so. Dances were led by Bill Radnor. And then now Bill has passed that tradition onto his son who still runs the today. So that'll be held at the Jewish museum is really a direct lineage from Beth the year after Dini died until present day to contact the spirit of Houdini on the anniversary of his death. One of the things that interest me reading about Harry Houdini and seeing this wonderful Zib it again, if you've just joined us, there's an ongoing beautiful museum show curated by our current guests. David London who is a magician and entertainer, and he has helped the Jewish museum of Maryland curate, the show called inescapable the life and legacy of Harry Houdini which runs through January twenty first twenty nineteen and again for more information, you can go to their website Jewish museum MD dot org during the time that. Houdini was alive, and the spirit is organizations around the world, particularly in America were so active the scientific American had a contest, and I read somewhere that the prize money was greater than the Nobel prize. And it was in order to show that medium mystic contact with the deceased was possible. Talk to us about that. I mean, that's such a public because I think now about, you know, things at Princeton and other institutes that are showing the way in which mass consciousness works behind the scenes, and it's very much that much of what was considered magic is is an affect of consciousness. Sure. So. Yeah. Challenge. The interesting thing is that in some regards. Scientists are were much easier to this fee with this update practices than even everyday people. Because they they have. Develop tools of logic that they use and subverting those sorts of logic are often the magician greatest abilities. And so the scientific American challenge was offered forward than they actually had a medium new Marjorie who they believed was genuine whether the real deal, and they were getting ready to award her the money and Houdini caught wind of this and says, oh, martyr -absolutely, not genuine. Not the real deal and Houdini ended up exposing him writing a book, exposing the methods of Marjorie once again, what's important to keep reminding was a complete and total skeptic. I think part of it wanted to believe, and I believe that contact was possible. And I think that he was just so he was so against fraud. The septic practices. Who prey on people who were mourning the loss of their loved ones that he really became a warrior to fight fraud. So so that scientific American money was never awarded because of Houdini is efforts. But.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on KGO 810

"And i got to put in a plug because not all opening night parties are equal this one is at the contemporary jewish museum after the film and just you know wall to wall food that's all set also had my cookies and bagels and kosher sushi i'll say that my father he's recovering in the hospital but he wanted didn't look good a week ago and thank god he's pulled through but he wanted a blessing from the priest and the chaplain on duty my father's eyes were closed because what denomination are you and he goes i i'm a rabbi well i guess they're all one god and the guy the rabbi god bless him gave my father held his hand into surgery and my mother said it was just incredible so now my father's like i got a taste the young rabbi gotta teach him the ways of the world that we gotta go get some herring the lower east side father likes herring my father growing up used to say i love the ju food i loved you food while you're jewish yeah i know you're coming by it naturally wonderful i want to mention one other some just really quickly made by w dixon rafael qatar who are from oakland it's called blind spotting it's in oakland and it's i don't want to give anything away but it will it will crack your brain open in the best possible way it's it's hysterically funny it's a he honest and you it's just an amazing piece of work it will change your life where can people see blind spotting blind spotting open john july twentieth around san francisco if you can see it in dolby i highly recommend it i don't know what does it mean in dolby never knew what that meant it's a special sound system where instead of all the sound coming from the screen it it's all around you and there's around yeah and it's a couple of places in the film where like traffic goes around you and sound goes around you and it it just makes all the difference in the world but it brings up issues of gentrification and race and class and it's just and it's it's just mind boggling and amazing and i've been to see it twice not unlike or bg oh wow you must really like it before i really do before i let you go so the dolby sound that's around you but would that be called never when jaws came out they said it's incense around is that the i wouldn't know i was under my seat the whole time make it stop make stop oddly enough i'm a big fan of shark week yeah you went shark nato you and brian yeah i know i thank you for you know not touching us any more harshly than absolutely necessary shark neda okay so this a question when are we going to see daughter of a garbage man in san francisco again it's just finished up an extended run at the end we need more asking again if people have only seen it once and it was like the last couple of day they need to see it again well thank you i i think it's gonna go east now there's some interest there we'll see we'll see it's vulnerable well you know if you maybe we could get in touch with our bg's trainer i know i like him the jewish san francisco.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Now exactly so at by the way in an era where there are no restaurants it's not like now i mean pizza hut came to moscow this was a huge huge event so i came back eight at that place and we lived on seventy second street and you know new york you're very kind of geography specifics to wander as far as eighty six street you would think you'd need a backpack in in a kind of walking stick we moved up ten some years later and i'd always heard about this place is kind of mythological status like cats delicatessen we're which is where you go for me which is where you go for for pastrami that's downtown and we not only started going to greengrass kind of often we got count if i may also you mentioned the mythical status just the name alone barney greengrass the sturgeon king the just like by the way and i don't want to hear about anybody else's locks intent i and daughters which has been written about in the new york a lot by bud trillon by calvin trillon is terrific but it's miles away for me literally so that's right near catches on east house resin daughters also has a place in the jewish museum which is good brand okay across central park from you so anyway so we started going to this place and basically in a give you it's it's a sign of the times may be it's not exactly long champs in there was or i don't know balfas are or something like that.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Now that was like and then i used one that i've been thinking about recently about how the threat of ms thirteen is exaggerated to so that trump in sessions can live out there and anti immigrant dreams and that's i mean with the animals rhetoric recently i've been thinking a lot about that one those are three that immediately come to mind but you know follow on twitter and you can just read them all i said you have a new in town question for us yes this panel of jewish experts yes i was you know as a three week old new york resident as a lover of all food i was saying give give me the spots where should i wish naida absolute bagels in one hundred seventh that's a good bagel that's probably the best bang on broadway i we'll say you gotta stop a cat's is at some point maybe like late night on a weekend of that's on how south zone east house in that's right down in the lower east okay cool and it's when you're like six or seven drinks in oh then then you just want like a you know concert concerts be always on the lower east side i think is important place to go to and then if you wanna go uptown i think the russ and daughters in the jewish museum on fifth avenue is you get i was actually in that wrestlers i got yelled at for talking to me by the woman next to me she leaned over in jewish grandmother moment she leaned over said excuse me excuse me could you just love her your voice your very loud and you're like you listened to my podcast i like i like the letters cafe downtown because that's sort of like get downtown vibe they're definitely go to russ and daughters what else we got i don't know that that's a good place to start when you.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"People should know this but it's based on a true story i mean the characters right these these were real guys who went in there and risked their lives to stop the nazis right there's a documentary about it which one i don't know it was the real inglorious bastards was just on like the history channel well there's a lot of stories like that but i haven't seen that well it's it's called the real and glory i just saw what the hell's this well they'll rely it was based on a lot of stuff from history he said that there was there was a thing with the nazis where they'd be like they'd be like you tell us they get him getting formation and be like let's bring out let's put him in with jew and the fucking they'd have one and they'd like let the jewish guy go out and just fucking tear the other one apart until the other one confess that was that was a real thing there's a lot i mean obviously a lot of stuff is really wished me shooting hitler in the face was real that would have been beautiful the but it was a real fantasy i mean that was one of the we did that screening for holocaust survivors at the jewish museum it was me myself melanie laurent his family's jewish and she's jewish and harvey weinstein in the three of us screened it and the fucking they were like hugging me after their because even though the movie was fantasy the fantasy was real it was a shared fantasy that everyone in the world had it was the fantasy of being the one to kill hitler and that was real and that was more real than anything that could have happened is not only juicy i was pretty much it was every it wasn't just your usage is and people were like there was something about seeing it that struck a chord with people that people just felt like yeah that's what i've always i've always felt that i've always dreamed of that it was cathartic it was amazing i mean only quentin could've pulled that off i i hate to go to this but.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I think it's fantastic that microsoft is going out of their way to make sure that this is something that they do in this something that they finance and that they promote i was excited to see that ubisoft and ea were partners this year in really kind of taking down like the company lines and saying hey we can be friends because we all work in video games together you don't have to work for xbox in order to be part of this initiative what changed for you guys this year it became a rally so for people who are watching or listening that maybe have never heard about the women in gaming event i first started coming it was still the luncheon and it was a relatively all lunch and when i first came and then you know the final luncheon year over three hundred women at the event to the mixer from last year and now this all day event with panels how did that ever lucien happen yes so it's been a luncheon for years and years and it was really a special moment that a lot of women look forward to you know they went to it was the hyatt there in san francisco and it was just like i'll really lovely event but the realities was it was capped at like two hundred two hundred and fifty women and we just kept hearing from people that were like i heard about this and i want to go but i can never get in can never get a ticket and honestly that is not quite in the spirit of inclusivity and celebrating our industry and so we were like okay we really need to remove those barriers and give people a chance to come and celebrate being woman in the industry meeting people and giving them the chance to network and you know meet senior women and and meet new friends and the the luncheon even though it was a great event and it was it was just really inspiring and heartwarming a lot of people it just wasn't open enough so this year we went big and we decided you know what we're going to try something totally new we're gonna move to the jewish museum which has a fantastic venue and.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Elderly including cost and working conditions for caregivers that's coming up this morning on the brian lehrer show that starts at ten right now here's john schaffer with today's kick alert the trick violinist vocalist and composer yves of the tova is remarkable figure now based here in the state's she draws on czech folkmusic improvisation storytelling and classical music to create something that feels like it could have come from almost any time or place war no time a place she began her career as an actress sent to this day or solo performances pack a strong dramatic punch under one i am mm one thing now yeah river of milk a song by the czech violinist and singer yves of the tova she is performing tonight at the jewish museum get details new sounds dot org stocking i don't see us it it may see me.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That smuggling controversy and concerns over the provenance of these artifact here's what he had the so we we cannot show anything where we're not sure where it comes from now after need that it's the camp eluded the campus of we need to have records of ownership that go back in this particular case we hired an outside consultant who went through all items that are on display and made sure that the paperwork is is okay and that also includes items that come in from other institutions recede downstairs will have the vatican has then evicted trimmed state library has an exhibit the amsterdam jewish museum as makes it so if if there were problems we were now trying them we we we we're not going to them and to put them on the floor there's exceptions because it's such an cultural important item and then we have it on the label and says was still researching the providence in these cases vets david trove wish the director of collections at the museum of the bible professor moss what do you think well i i've been hearing that from david true pitch for awhile um let me give you an example a fragment relations a letter by poll which is in the bible that the museum of the bible actually exhibited at the vatican for years ago and the problem with that fragment was it had appeared on ebay several years before so at have been sold on ebay and over the course of several years we awesome using must have been able to do byas ebay wajed you get this from because if they bought it on ebay from a turkish dealer and it's an egyptian piece of papyrus that smuggling uh and to the two need um any involvement they said that the piece was just fine and until very recently me they plan to exhibit at so it really only hr investigations and the investigations of other scoreless that false them to remove that threat from museum of the bible's um fool us so i guess my question is um can they be more transparent about where they are quiet all of the other artifacts uh personally i'm not content to simply take their word for it that everything's ok not just because of the.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And of course comes world war two were everything turns upset now exactly and hellas family lived through that and she took me to the jewish museum of thessaloniki to tell me her family's history so let's go inside to say the deal the germans arrived in the cellar niki 1941 and in march of 1943 the first train departed from some niki's rail station to the auschwitz concentration camp and hell us father who was a teenager at the time was among about twenty eight hundred people on that train and his historians actually displayed at the jewish museum some personal issues and this window with things that let's say haunted my childhood so here hellas standing in front of a glass display case and there are various items in there there's a cup and notebook a pair of scissors and these were all things that her father managed to collect after he was liberated from auschwitz she was one of very few to survive about ninety six percent of this oh niki's jewish population was killed during the holocaust and it wasn't until decades later in the 1980s that the city even put up a memorial commemorating the fifty thousand jews of the cell niki were killed so helen iwr exiting the jewish museum and outside i notice a police sentry box or public buildings of security lucky you see they are protected by the greek police on getting help from our own security team so how it tells me that's necessary because there is a lot of anti semitism in greece.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Right these these were real guys who went in there and risked their lives to stop the nazis right there's a documentary about it which one i don't know was the real inglorious bastards is just on like the history channel with there's a lot of stories like that but i haven't seen lots of his called the real and lorries but i just saw his what the hell is this well they're ally it was based on a lot of stuff from history he said that there was that there was a thing with the nazis were they be like they be like you tell us they get him get information bilic let's bring out let's put him in with a jew and the fucking they'd have one and they'd like let the jewish guide the good come out and just fucking tear the other one apart until the other one confessed like that was that was a real thing there's a letter i mean obviously a lot of stuff israel i wish me shooting hitler in the face israel you had element beautifully but it was a real fantasy i mean that was one of the we did that screening for holocaust survivors at the jewish museum as me myself melania rights families jewish and she's jewish and harvey weinstein in the three of us screened it in this they fucking they were like hugging me after their because even though the movie was fantasy the fantasy was real it was a shared fantasy that everyone in the world had it was the fantasy of being the one to kill hitler and that was real and that was more real than anything that could have happened histone ideology i was a premature world he'll get worldwide every wasn't just your who's villages of people were like there was something about seeing it that struck a chord with people that people just felt like yeah that's what i've always i've always felt that i've always dreamed of that it was cathartic it was amazing i mean only quentin could pull that off i ha i hate to go to the spot.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on Unorthodox

"With the little kiosks on either side and you'll secretive rocky though there is a lot of beautiful stir there is a lot of there's there's a lot of beautiful stuff there maybe they're they're game yet maybe the up their game but yes and the jewish museum has a great the shop they're like i think there is an effort to push back against vat and there are you know especially with israeli artists there's a lot this a lot of interesting stuff going on we featured on tablets if you wanna search like anc added i feel like the more the more people like you lucy push for such snowflake the more we're going to get it's great final letter this week dear mark thanks for another entertaining and enlightening unorthodox podcast while listening thursday i was wondering if you are able to lower your total and ldl cholesterol numbers by switching your daily statin does to bedtime or did the change of these keep your numbers from increasing what does this mean i guess at the very little at some point i talked about the fact that i took statins but they didn't work and so this is an months and months ago let me finish the letter bad habits never die planning on baking brownies after my physical and blood work tomorrow morning wishing you a fantastic signed donald j trump wishing you a fantastic week diana mooch nick diana i have no memory of talking with is assuming i talked about my i do remember she wrote me a letter saying take the statin before bed not in the morning here so data first of all i'm so glad i've gained a nation of jewish mothers by this podcast i own of other i don't think there's cholesterol levels here's the thing i actually since i went on statins have never been back to help my cholesterol checked so whether they're working or not hatch leach and i'll even know it saddens out even though you will missy you will i'm i'm sorry well hey uh let me just tell all of you out there in the j crew we don't have a show airing next week we don't have a show airing on the twentyseventh.

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"jewish museum" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"jewish museum" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Karzai because michelle you were talking about amidst amid see minutes summits from issuing of its i know what was the thing it from the a few days ago manch it was um against dry what's that astrid oh i only know the basic one from brooklyn way like rally allowing all those words no he was when we with dan leaving ucits me it's a little a little bath maybe it's a little bell amid that's up that's a mikva or mic now mic lee yeah did you have someone training you with yet on the movie oh absolutely i had a man from the eighty she'd had kalmyk conso railroaded and again so beautifully wrote it and then uh we she hired a man who had been in the eighties theater all his life and he worked with us a long time and learning means friend in a whole separate language yet so you put the gig now oh surprise you to learn as wasn't a surprise guys part tired of data additioning process which was not easy as long he um the last part of that process was to addition in yiddish to this hit so i worked with this teacher uh before my final audition just to see if i could sound uh the leveland down flew in baliem well as a commitment kiddo amazing yeah but it's a it's a commitment but it's also said j gift than a treasure you know define something that is that complex and specific and intricate and were world as being recreate and you get the opportunity to research set whole world we are your jewish i am jewish so it i not an idea as we say i knew from nothing la i outlined lapping then i started reading books and looking at the photographs of the immigrants and going to the jewish museum and uh.

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