"Somebody Feed Phil" & other Events at Leo Baeck Institute in NYC, San Diego and in the Twin Cities #germany

John Paul Lowens <jplowens@...>

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What are we going to feed Phil?

CJH Talks | Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, 7:00 PM - Center for Jewish History, NYC

Phil Rosenthal in Conversation with Marjorie Ingall

He's a native New Yorker, son of Holocaust survivors, and one of
Hollywood's most successful comedy writers. Co-creator of Everybody
Loves Raymond,

**** Phil Rosenthal now stars in the Netflix series 'Somebody Feed Phil'
- and travels the world to taste the best local cuisine.****

So, what will we feed Phil when he visits the Center for Jewish
History? With hundreds of vintage Jewish cookbooks here in the
archives, we have a few recipes in mind. (Crisco Recipes for the
Jewish Housewife, anyone?) Tablet's Marjorie Ingall joins Phil for a
mouthwatering conversation about his fabulous food forays, his
German-Jewish grandmothers, his favorite Jewish meals, and the two key
ingredients of his phenomenal show-biz success.

Presented by Center for Jewish History, American Jewish Historical
Society, Leo Baeck Institute & Tablet Magazine

Ticket Info: $20 general; $25 at the door Holiday Sale: $18 tickets
while supplies last

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Lessons >from the German-Jewish Migration

TWIN CITIES Minnesota:: Lecture & Panel | Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Mount Zion Temple (map) 1300 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN 55105
This event explores the history of the German-Jewish diaspora through
the lens of material objects: How does one pack for displacement? What
things matter when one's life is turned upside down? How did objects
that were placed in boxes in Hamburg, Vienna or Frankfurt fit into new
homes in London, Buenos Aires or Minneapolis? <snip>

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SAN DIEGO: Racism in German & American Cinema of the 1920s,
>from The Ancient Law to The Jazz Singer
Lecture & Panel | Thursday, October 24, 2019, 4:00 PM

Join us on Thursday, October 24, 2019 >from 5-7 PM in
the Atkinson Hall Auditorium at UC San Diego when film historian
Charles Musser (Yale) explores historical and contemporary perspectives
on the films The Ancient Law (1923) and The Jazz Singer (1927).
A reception will precede the lecture, starting at 4 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public.

Thanks to David Brown

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