Monthly Archives: July 2011

Batman and Rubin Mercury, 1967 Courtesy of Josh Kun and Roger Bennett.

Jews on Vinyl

Audio Gems Tell the Story of Jews in America; Retro-Fabulous, Mid-Century Show Has NYC Premiere at YU Museum Born of dingy attics, roadside yard sales and dusty archives is an extraordinary array of Jewish recorded music from the 1940s through the 1980s, brought to stereophonic life in the Jews on Vinyl exhibition at Yeshiva University

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RIETS Student Publishes Sefer on Chullin

Ephraim Meth Publishes Sefer Offering Commentary on Masechet Chullin Ephraim Meth, a fourth year Wexner Semicha Honors Fellow in YU’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), has published a new sefer [book], Kuntres Sha’ashuei Ephraim, offering commentary on Masechet [tractate] Chullin. Meth, a student of Rabbis Michael Rosensweig, Nathan and Perel Schupf Chair in Talmud, and Herschel