Taste & See: A Psychedelic Pesach Companion Written by Madison Margolin, Eden Pearlstein & Ami SilverIllustration & design by Jessica ...
What is the nature of influx? What does it mean to be in flux? And what do these concepts and processes have to do with our lived experience and creative practice?
A talmudo-experimental zine.
A baby that is also a bird flying away from its nest . . . wet stones in the rain ...
The moon wants a drink of whiskey, but she has no money.
Don’t stab yourself, my beloved, for what troubles you is all for nothing.
Now the streets are in an uproar.
I’m going to run away with him to another land.
The story begins with a Jewish king.
I grew up in the Hasidic section of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, as part of the Chabad-Lubavitch community. From a young ...
Hasidic women have not typically had the opportunity to refract the light of our teachers in song.
Nigunim were sung to me from the time I was born.
Nigunim are songs of “not here,” striving for something deeper, higher than what is.
What happens to a melody when its notes are written down? And what happens to those notes on a page when they are sung out loud?
There’s simply no better tune for escorting a person into realms of the unknown, or for greeting their return.