אַ גוטן מועד Happy Succos! For Chol Hamoed Succos, we present two very special guests:
- Rabbi Yitzchok-Boruch Teitelbaum of Monroe, NY, the Pshischer Rebbe, a descendant of several Polish Chassidic masters including the Yid Hakodesh of Peshischa, gives a shiur for Succos and also shares a nigun he composed himself.
- Kolya Borodulin, director of Yiddish classes at Arbeter Ring, talks about the latest Yiddish classes, with registration open now for classes starting October 19, 2022, as well as as some other things he's knowledgable about, such as his home town, Birobidzhan.
We also share, for the last time this season, greetings from our friends and sponsors:
- Holocaust survivor Tania Lefman, on behalf of the American Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors (AAJHS) of Greater Boston.
- Gitl Schaechter-Viswanath, on behalf of the League for Yiddish - די ייִדיש-ליגע
- Eli Dovek ז"ל, proprietor of Israel Book Shop (from 2009)
- Sholem Beinfeld, cohost of the Yiddish Voice and co-chief editor of Comprehensive Yiddish-English Dictionary
- Leye Shporer-Leavitt, cohost of the Yiddish Voice, Yiddish teacher and translator
- Itzhak Perlman/The Klezmatics: Simkhes Toyre Time
- Ben Zion Shenker: Sisu V'Simchu
- Suki Berry, et al: A Sukele
- Mordechai Hershman: Af Bri, Fun Geshem Kayn Gelt Iz Nishto
- Moyshe Ganchoff: Geshem
- Intro instrumental music: DEM HELFANDS TANTS, an instrumental track from the CD Jeff Warschauer: The Singing Waltz
Air date: October 12, 2022