Binah features creative voices from the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. In this series, we bring you remarkable artists and thinkers who’ve come to speak at the JCCSF as part of their Arts & Ideas program.
Binah: Native American cuisine in the Bay Area
Crystal Wahpepah of Wahpepah’s Kitchen and Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino of Café Ohlone talk about Native American cuisine and reflect on the future of Indigenous cultures and identities.
Binah: Cleve Jones
Activist Cleve Jones talks about his four decades in the center of movements for AIDS, LGBTQ, and labor rights. His memoir is, When We Rise.
Binah: Blondie’s Deborah Harry and Chris Stein
Blondie’s Deborah Harry and Chris Stein share stories of their astonishing musical career, including touring San Francisco in early years.
Binah: Communities that arise in disaster
San Francisco writer Rebecca Solnit explores people’s capacity to rise to major disasters with creativity and courage.
Binah: RBG’s Brave & Brilliant Women
Nadine Epstein shares stories of Jewish women from biblical to modern times, selected in collaboration with the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Binah: Bob Saget
Today’s edition of Binah features an unaired interview with comedian, actor, and television host Bob Saget, who died in January at the age of 65.
Variety; frequently thought-provoking