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Hipsid with Rabbi Simcha
46 minutes | Jan 5, 2022
Rabbi Jamie Cowland: How I learned I had ADHD as an adult (and why it’s my superpower)
Rabbi Jamie Cowland h has a life long passion for leadership and for helping others reach their human potential. He is the founder and CEO of Justifi, a groundbreaking Jewish leadership training program.
47 minutes | Dec 8, 2021
Bromancing the Stone
Saul Sudin is a filmmaker, writer, photographer and graduate of Pratt Institute. There's nothing quite like your college years and the bond with your college besties lasts long after graduation. Listen to a campus rabbi and a former student explore memories, nostalgia and the meaning of a pear!
32 minutes | Oct 26, 2021
Shloime Zionce: Our Man in Havana
Shlomie Zionce is a Journalist, Instagrammer, You-Tuber, and Traveler to 43 countries including; Afghanistan, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. He breaks all Hasidic stereotypes and shares his powerful and personal journey of tolerance and acceptance.
41 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
Joey Calabro: Answering the Call on 9-11
The very first ambulance to arrive at the World Trade Center following the first plane crash on September 11, 2001 was a Hatzalah ambulance. By the time the second airplane crashed into the second tower, there were two-dozen Hatzalah ambulances, including Hatzalah’s Communications and Command Center trailer, and more than 100 Hatzalah EMTs, paramedics, and doctors on scene.
32 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
The Monet of Monsey with Lipa Schmeltzer and Zalmen Glauber
Gone are the days when New York’s art scene was concentrated solely within Manhattan. Case in point: An exciting new fine art gallery centered on Hasidic artists and identities opened within the Jewish Satmar community of Williamsburg. The Shtetl Gallery, Hasidic artists from across the world and explores layered themes surrounding contemporary Hasidic life and theology.
39 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
It's Coming Home...To Rome
England's hopes of ending a 55-year wait for a major trophy were crushed in heartbreaking fashion as they lost on penalties to Italy in the final of Euro 2020 at Wembley. With returning guest Rabbi 'Teddy' Newman Chief Rabbi of North Woodmere!
35 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
The Baal Shem Tov of Coney Island: Adam 'Real Man' Rinn
Growing up in the legendary Coney Island section of Brooklyn was where Adam developed a love for the sideshow. Adam has crafted his own ‘One Man Coney Island Sideshow’ which highlights his many amazing skills including sword swallowing, fire eating and feats of strength as well as his spot on comedic timing. Risk temptation and spend a podcast with Adam!
33 minutes | Dec 11, 2020
A Rugrats Chanukah With Ali Shrago-Spechler
Ali Shrago-Spechler is an interdisciplinary artist and educator from Hollywood, Florida. Her work explores the malleability of history, imagined community and the landscape of memory. She makes paintings, sculptural objects, installations and interactive events to create a familiar and strange space for her audience. Her hybrid actions employ a reflective nostalgia; exploring the comedy and violence of Jewish histories and cultures while encouraging viewers to question their own narratives, self-imposed alienation, and the source and effect of memory. Ali is the recipient of an Artist Fulbright Research grant to Karlsruhe, Germany (2020-21) and the Naomi Anolic Emerging Artist Award (2017) and currently in residence with Project Art in Crown Heights Library. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
36 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Transcendent Active with Aja Cohen
Born Italian Catholic in New Jersey, Aja moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2001 to study fashion design at Pratt Institute. There, she not only found a deeper creative outlet in the vibrancy of New York City, but she found her true calling that eventually led her to convert to Judaism. Working for brands like Fila, Champion, and Converse brought about her passion for designing activewear, yet opened her mind to the negative impact fast fashion has on the environment. Completing her 200-hour yoga teacher training, brought about her passion for wellness and mindfulness. That combined with her strong ties to her faith were the driving forces that led to the creation of Transcendent. Transcendent is more than just a clothing brand. It is a community of women who strive to access their higher power and make the world a better place.
50 minutes | May 11, 2020
COVID Class of 2020 with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Rabbi Simon Jacobson is a pioneering speaker and thought leader to thousands. He is the Founder of The Meaningful Life Center, coined "The Spiritual Starbucks" by the New York Times, which bridges the secular and the spiritual. He is the author of the best-selling book Toward a Meaningful Life which has sold over 300,000 copies translated into 13 languages. In his youth, Simon held the unique position as the scribe for the Lubavitcher Rebbe. He spent many hours memorizing the Rebbe's talks and transcribing them into many books. With his keen insight into the human condition, and over 35 years of experience, Simon has the unique ability to offer clarity and direction in difficult times.Simon has been interviewed on over 500 radio and TV shows, including CNN, PBS, and CBS.
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