JPOP

Two Local Arts Institutions Celebrate Milestones

In a world where the arts have to adapt to survive, longevity is no small feat.

04/09/2020 By Misha Berson

MOT

“The Sound of Jewish Music Is Always in My Ear.”

Seattle Symphony concertmaster Noah Geller brings a lifetime of musical appreciation to his job.

04/09/2020 By Haley Shapley

Feature

Seattle Wants Another Shot at the NBA

Sonics fans hope that the NHL’s arrival at KeyArena means a future for the NBA. But are their dreams on ice?

04/09/2020 By Hillel Kutler

Jpop

Once a Scrappy Experiment, the Seattle Jewish Film Festival Turns 25

What started as a small venture grew into a local cultural institution.

02/10/2020 By Misha Berson

Jpop

This Winter's 'Fiddler' and 'New Colossus' Bring Traditional Immigration Stories to the Present

Both STG shows are influenced by current immigration angst.

12/16/2019 By Misha Berson

Fall Arts

Women on the Verge

Women are the focal point of a powerful 2019 fall arts season

09/23/2019 By Misha Berson, Makena Mezistrano, Emily K. Alhadeff, and Claire Butwinick

Fall Arts

Women on the Verge

Women are the focal point of a powerful 2019 fall arts season

09/23/2019

Jpop

Chava Mirel Devotes Her Life to Jewish Song

The born-and-bred Seattle musician releases a new album this fall.

09/23/2019 By Claire Butwinick

Jpop

A New Documentary Follows Yiscah Smith's Returns to Jewish Community

"It was, if not more of, a spiritual transition than a gender transition."

09/23/2019 By Makena Mezistrano

Jpop

Sandra Bernhard Reflects on the History of Funny

Turns out, comedy is something you're born with.

09/23/2019 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Jpop

Indecent Captures the Drama of a Production Ahead of Its Time

Paula Vogel's interpretation of Sholem Asch's controversial play comes to Seattle.

09/23/2019 By Misha Berson

Summer Fiction

Lose Yourself in Literature

Our fiction contest winners, local authors, and a bissel Arthurian legend.

08/11/2019

Summer fiction

Summer Fiction

Our fiction contest winners, local authors, and a bissel Arthurian legend

08/11/2019

Summer Fiction

Counting

Our third-place tie fiction winner.

08/11/2019 By Merridawn Duckler

Summer Fiction

Bubbe’s an Alien

Our second-place fiction winner.

08/11/2019 By Rochelle Kochin

Fiction

There Was No Challah

Our third-place tie fiction winner.

08/11/2019 By Mads Golding

Jpop

Everything Is Illuminated Comes to the Seattle Stage

Book-It Repertory Theatre takes on Jonathan Safran Foer’s defining novel.

08/11/2019 By Seth Sommerfeld

Summer Fiction

Recommended Reading

Local Jewish authors you should get to know.

08/11/2019

Summer Fiction

How Yiddish Writers Influenced Arthurian Legend

UW Professor Annegret Oehme decolonizes literature.

08/11/2019 By Emily Boynton

Summer Fiction

Rachel Lynn Solomon Likes to Torture Her Characters

The YA author deals in human emotion.

08/11/2019 By Erica Sklar