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Sarina Partridge

Sarina Partridge

2022-06-1937:08

This week we talk with Sarina Partridge, a singer and songwriter who will be leading in song anyone who attends the Shmita Project Exhibition Reception on June 30. We talk about harmonies, communal singing, and bringing Yiddish back, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.https://sarinapartridge.com/https://tcjewfolk.com/event/exhibition-reception-the-shmita-project/
Eli Goldman

Eli Goldman

2022-06-1241:34

This week we talk with Eli Goldman, an attacking midfielder with Minneapolis City Soccer Club in the USL League 2. We talk about what it’s like coming back home to play with the Crows in the summer, heading back to New Hampshire to play for UNH in the fall, and balancing team and personal success, on this week’s Who The Folk?! podcast.https://www.mplscitysc.com/https://www.mplscitysc.com/2022-schedule/
Carrie Kleinberger

Carrie Kleinberger

2022-06-0522:02

This week we talk with Carrie Kleinberger, an artist who has a gallery show currently on display at the Hopkins Center for the Performing Arts. We talk about the inspiration for the exhibit, what led her to a second career as an artist, and how her Judaism is infused in her work, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast. https://www.carolynkleinberger.com/https://www.hopkinsartscenter.com/223/Exhibitions
Rachel Sher

Rachel Sher

2022-05-2928:01

This week we talk with Rachel Sher, who starts work this week as the Director of Youth Engagement at Adath Jeshurun. We talk about what brought her back to the Twin Cities from New York, her history of youth engagement work, and looking forward to engaging a new group of teens, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.
Barbara Wiener

Barbara Wiener

2022-05-2235:33

This week we talk with Barbara Wiener, a documentary filmmaker and teacher. We talk about her most recent film, Art on the Inside, which played at the MSP International Film Festival, how she became a documentarian, what projects she’s eyeing next, on this week’s Who the folk?! Podcast. Art from the Inside:https://vimeo.com/594371377 Ida's Storyhttps://vimeo.com/408585139 Singing Kindnesshttps://vimeo.com/535297742 Hún Qiaó: Bridge of Soulshttps://vimeo.com/manage/videos/661788841
Laura Monn Ginsburg, a board member of National Council of Jewish Women, comes talks with Enzi this week to discuss the recent leak of the Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade, and the upcoming Jewish Rally For Abortion Justice. If you’re unable to join be in Washington, D.C., tune in at 9 a.m. EDT for the livestream at jewishrally.org. Check @NCJW on social for more details.
Naomi Silber

Naomi Silber

2022-05-0833:43

This week we talk to Naomi Silber, the development director of Pro-Choice Minnesota. We talk about what this week has been like since the leak of the opinion that threatens to end Roe v. Wade, how her activism and Judaism collide, and how you can support her work, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.https://tcjewfolk.com/hundreds-protest-with-never-again-message/https://tcjewfolk.com/judaisms-presence-in-minnesotas-abortion-rights-fight/https://www.prochoiceminnesota.org/
Becca Mayo

Becca Mayo

2022-05-0125:58

Welcome to this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast, I’m Lonny Goldsmith, the editor of TC Jewfolk. This week I talk to Becca Mayo, the marketing and outreach coordinator at the MSP Film Society, which puts on the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival – starting this year on May 5. We talk about some of the many films of Jewish interest this year, how she found this side of the film business, and what has kept an East Coaster in the Twin Cities, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.Read more: https://tcjewfolk.com/many-films-of-jewish-interest-coming-to-msp-film-festival/Discount code: TCJFMSPIFF41
Carli Shapiro

Carli Shapiro

2022-04-2421:53

This week, we're thrilled to introduce Carli Shapiro, Jewfolk’s first development officer ahead of her start on the job this week. We talk about where her desire to work in the non-profit world comes from, what brought her to the Twin Cities, and what she brings to Jewfolk, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.
Greg Joseph

Greg Joseph

2022-04-1737:01

This week we talk with Minnesota Vikings kicker Greg Joseph about his participation in the JCRC’s trip to the Holocaust museum in Washington, D.C., being a part of a Jewish community despite the transient nature of being an NFL player, and how he went from kicking soccer balls to footballs, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.
Jody Weinberg

Jody Weinberg

2022-04-1023:43

This week we talk to Jody Weinberg the founder and CEO of J Teleconnections. We talk about how she started this business, some of the struggles of connecting with the right people during the pandemic, and the art of talking fast, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast. Thanks to our sponsors this week, The Newman School at Talmud Torah of Saint Paul, and The Gold Group!
Jon Halper

Jon Halper

2022-04-0331:19

This week I sit down with Jon Halper, the owner of the Top Ten Liquor stores across the Twin Cities metro area. We talk about the exciting new Wineside concept opening this year, the challenges his industry faces, and the trends to be on the lookout for
Natalie Belsky

Natalie Belsky

2022-03-2736:10

This week I talk to Natalie Belsky, a history professor at the University of Minnesota-Duluth who specializes in migration, minority politics in the USSR, Soviet citizenship, and East European Jewish history. We talk about her family’s history in the former Soviet Union and how that history can inform us about what’s happening now in Russia and Ukraine, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.
This week I talk with Asya Mikhailenko Sturgella volunteer with the Minnesota-Ukrainian American Advocacy Committee who immigrated to Minnesota from Kyiv when she was 9. We talk about her family that is still there in a war zone, how she is coping, and the support her community has received.https://tcjewfolk.com/bipartisan-russian-divestment-bills-announced-at-capitol/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ_5PsIxZWo
Alexandra Sakurets

Alexandra Sakurets

2022-03-1333:21

This week we have a special episode of the podcast, where I talk with Alexandra Sakurets, a registered nurse who is currently in Przysml, Poland, on the border with Ukraine where she working to treat refugees who are escaping Russia’s war on their country. Fair warning, the interview has a lot of abrupt breaks in it as she was on shift working to treat people with all manner of ailments. Want to watch the interview instead? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDMKxzW5MdYhttps://www.jookender.org/waystogive/make-donation.htm
Sara Greenhalgh

Sara Greenhalgh

2022-03-0634:07

This week we talk to Sara Greenhalgh, program manager at Edot Midwest Regional Jewish Racial Justice Collaborative. We talk about a new program she launched for Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters Community Mikveh, her work for Edot, and dealing with racism in the Jewish community as a Jew of color, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.https://www.mayyimhayyim.org/ljwu-storytelling/https://edotmidwest.org/
Dan Rosen

Dan Rosen

2022-02-2730:36

This week we meet Daniel Rosen, a jazz guitarist and singer in the Gentleman’s Anti-Temperance League. We talk about how he got his start in music, growing up on a northern Minnesota farm, and his short story writing, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.https://gatl.bandhttps://www.danielpatrickrosen.com/
Sherry Knazan

Sherry Knazan

2022-02-2031:06

This week I talk with Sherry Knazan, a Jewish educator and the proprietor of Love Letters Bakery out of her kosher St. Louis Park kitchen. We talk about why she started her business, the great story of where the name comes from, and taking classes to get her Ph.D., on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast. https://www.lovelettersbakery.com/
Claude Riedel

Claude Riedel

2022-02-1336:35

This week, we talk to Claude Riedel, a Minneapolis glass artist who creates Ner Tamids that hang around the world, including at Shir Tikvah, Temple Israel, Minnesota Hillel, and Bet Shalom. We talk about how he got started, his display at the Foci Minnesota Center for Glass Arts, and his brush with Hollywood, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcasthttps://clauderiedelart.com/https://www.mnglassart.org/upcomingevents/2022/2/26/claude-riedel-exhibition-reception-amp-artist-talk
This week, I talk with Carli Poisson and Aaron Josephs, who are the Moishe House Pod in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis. We talk about why starting the pod was right for them, deepening their connection to the TC Jewish Community, and a possible rivalry with the other Moishe Pod!
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