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‘Pastrami & Pinot’ program seeks creative-types

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G-dcast is gearing up for a second go-around of programming that features a mix of deli food, wine, Jewish text and filmmaking. “Pastrami & Pinot,” rebranded from its “Studio Pastrami” debut last year, will feature get-togethers on three consecutive Mondays starting Feb. 24.

The San Francisco program is designed for 12 young Jewish adults with a creative streak, and newbies are welcome and encouraged to apply.

The $40 fee covers all three sessions, including food and wine. Participants will learn about and taste wine and meat, discuss ancient texts and create an animated film together. Last year, the group conceptualized a film that launched on titled “Lox vs. Pastrami.”

One of the meetings this year will include dinner at Wise Sons Deli in the Mission District; the final meeting will be at Faultline Studios.

Deadline to apply is Feb. 3. For more information, visit or send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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