For both Jews and Catholics.
Unlike some contemporaries, he spoke unapologetically of his Jewish heritage.
“He sings with a real Jewish turn, with a real Jewish moan and sigh.”
History à la carte.
Marvin Schick, in memoriam.
From Barbadian slave to respected member of New York’s Jewish elite.
Embracing the connection between two stories of emancipation.
Carl Laemmle and the “boys from Laupheim.”
A tale of two Mordecais and a failed attempt to create a Jewish statelet in western New York.
A life in full.
Replacing Latin crosses with Stars of David.
The “black wedding.”
In the words of Gershom Scholem, “Nonsense based on me!”