My hope is that the stories of these visionary women present to us the flame of the passionate life, the knife of insight, and the courage to stand for what one sees without looking away.
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A long time has passed since the sound "d'jew" could be heard in a conversation between characters played by Tony Roberts and Woody Allen in a Woody A...
Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg underscores a unique moment in our history when the Jewish experience crossed over into households composed of African Americans and Midwesterners, as they all listened to The Rise of the Goldbergs.
Gertrude Berg created the radio series The Goldbergs, which morphed into the first family sitcom on TV, about a Jewish family living in the Bronx.
Aviva Kempner's Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg is an engrossing nostalgia bath -- if you're of a certain age.
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