Jewish Humor in America

A sound-rich look at the ways the Jews in America have influenced what Americans find funny, while expressing themselves and their take on life at the same time.


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Alan Ginsberg Tribute (1998)


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Jane Hirshfield discusses “Given Sugar, Given Salt”

In which the California poet (and Buddhist) discusses her poetry with Adam, and reads excerpts from several of her poems with explanations….


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Labor Day: Everyday Americans Reflect

Labor Day: Everyday Americans Reflect Monday (Sept 7) is Labor Day in America, a day most Americans associate with a three day weekend and a farewell to summertime. However, this national holiday is also a time to honor workers and the central place their labor has in our lives. VOA’s Adam Phillips spoke to a range of New Yorkers about what “work” means to them.


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