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With a declaration Tuesday morning that he was reclaiming himself, Jewish music star Matisyahua.k.a. Matthew Millershaved his signature beard and wrote, No more Chassidic reggae superstar. The musician posted two photos of his newly beardless face to
Follow j. on and JDub Records, the innovative nonprofit Jewish music endeavor that discovered Matisyahu and numerous other artists, released 35 albums, and brought 150,000 participants to concerts and other events, announced July 12 that it would
views , letters JDub and other cultural innovators deserved more According to the laws of social Darwinism, the strong survive and the weak die. That may apply to market capitalism, but should it apply to Jewish nonprofits?
JDub, the innovative Jewish music and events promoter best known for launching the career of Chasidic reggae singer Matisyahu, is closing. The decision was entirely financial, according to a statement released Tuesday by the 9-year-old nonprofit
The decision was entirely financial, according to a statement released Tuesday by the 9-year-old nonprofit based in New York. The collapse of the music business in the decade that JDub has existed, combined with recessionary effects and aging out of
One is the admired and/or musically talented band that happens to have one or more Jewish members (such as Vampire Weekend and Yo La Tengo). Another type is a bit raw musically, but incorporates Jewish culture, Israeli riffs or even liturgy into its
Follow j. on and The Israel in the Gardens party won't stop at nightfall. Matt Haze will make sure of that, spinning eclectic records at the after-party that immediately follows the main event. Israel in the Gardens is a great showcase of Israeli
Sign me up for Milk and Honey While misty rain trickled down outside, the Bollyhood Cafe in the Mission District was warm and buzzing with attractive young hipsters celebrating the last night of Chanukah together. I was there, too, for the kickoff
Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles event, receives The Foundation's inaugural Inspired Leadership Award from Foundation President and CEO Marvin Schotland (left) and Foundation Board Chair Lorin Fife. Sharon Brous, recipient of the foundation'