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Marina Rubin

Marina Rubin was born in the small town of Vinnitsa, Ukraine, in the former Soviet Union. Her family immigrated to United States in 1989 seeking asylum. Her first chapbook Ode to Hotels (2002) was followed by Once (2004) and Logic (2007). Her work had appeared in over seventy magazines and anthologies including 13th Warrior Review, […]

New Year's Eve: Le Chat Noir Masquerade Ball

For one night only, we’d like to invite you on a special journey! From the cobblestone streets of Montmartre at the turn of the 20th century through the back roads of old Europe in the back of the gypsy caravan, and out into the assorted corners of the world. The night will have it all […]

Litvakus concert

Litvakus will perform a program of rarely heard and newly discovered traditional Eastern European Jewish, Belarusian, and Polish music at American Folk Art Museum at Lincoln Center in New York. This is a FREE show, since it is part of Free Music Fridays series.

Finding Home: Parallels in mythology from around the world

The Jewish Art Salon catalyzes and celebrates contemporary art with Jewish themes. The Salon is an innovative and global community of artists, art professionals and art enthusiasts RJeneration partners with the Jewish Art Salon to invite you to “Finding Home: “Parallels in mythology from around the world”. An event for you as the writer and […]

Of Freaks and Men: The Films of Aleksei Balabanov

Arguably the most radical, defiantly uncompromising Russian director to emerge since the collapse of communism in that region, Aleksei Balabanov, who died suddenly this year at age 54, captured the Wild West atmosphere of the post-Soviet era in movies that oozed with caustic irony, macabre humor, and outré violence. Moving between offbeat experimental works and […]

Первые Вулфовские чтения, в залах выставки Аси Додиной и Славы Полищука

Первые Вулфовские чтения. Литературный вечер в залах выставки Аси Додиной и Славы Полищука. Cерия “Что Остаётся” / “What Remains”, живопись, графика Слава Полищук “Что остаётся”. Издательство StoSvet Press. Презентация книги эссе. Литературные чтения. Участвуют: Слава Полищук, Ирина Машинская, Александр Стесин, Григорий Стариковский, Лиля Панн, Виктор Пан, Алла Стейнберг, Борис Лейви, Александр Избицер, Андрей Грицман, Михаил […]