“Kosher USA: How Coke Became Kosher and Other Tales of Modern Food.” Food historian Roger Horowitz discusses his book as scholar-in-residence.
Food historian Roger Horowitz discusses his book as scholar-in-residence.
Opening night reception followed by screening of “On the Map,” a documentary about Maccabi Tel Aviv’s 1977 European basketball title. Reception, 7:30 p.m. film. $12 film, $20 with reception.
German film based on the true story of a public prosecutor whose investigation of former concentration camp workers runs up against an obstructive conspiracy. With dessert reception. Part of Carmel Jewish Film Festival. $12 film, $20 reception.
Comedy about a lawyer who attempts to sue God after a tornado destroys his house. Followed by panel discussion; preceded by closing night reception. Carmel Jewish Film Festival. Film. $20 reception, $12 film.
Tasting of kosher-for-Passover wines, with appearances by local artists. $10.Find out more »
Israeli composer and performer of sacred music appears in the East Bay. Free.Find out more »
Shalom Hartman Institute fellow speaks in Part 1 of the institute’s four-part “Israel’s Milestones and Their Meanings” series in the East Bay. $18, $60 for all lectures.Find out more »
Screening of documentary “Shalom Bollywood” in English plus live Bollywood dance, Indian food and dessert. $24.Find out more »