\"Too Jewish with Rabbi Sam Cohon and Friends\"
Too Jewish - 2/28/21 - Dr. Mark Klein
Dr. Mark Klein, author of the new book "Franklin Rock"
Too Jewish - 2/21/21 - Gabriel Cousens
Gabriel Cousens, football star, physician, mystic, rabbi and author of the new spiritual autobiography "Into the Nothing"
Too Jewish - 2/14/21 - Melissa Zimmerman
Melissa Zimmerman, VP of Clinical Services for Jewish Family & Children's Services of Southern Arizona, on counseling during the pandemic
Too Jewish - 2/7/21 - Menachem Kaiser
Menachem Kaiser, author, "Plunder: A Memoir of Family Property and Nazi Treasure"
Too Jewish - 1/31/21 - Bruce Adolphe
Bruce Adolphe, composer of the new Milken Archive release "I Will Not Remain Silent", a tribute to Rabbi Joachim Prinz; "Piano Puzzler" on NPR and American Public Radio
Too Jewish - 1/24/21 - Piotr Cywinski
Piotr Cywinski, Director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum on the occasion of the 76th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz
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Very informative and entertaining, but...
I love the show and realize how much labor of love is dedicated producing each and every show. However,
The liberal point of view is just way too much and not necessary at all. I wish you would take politics out of it and it would make the best educational and very entertaining show.
Too many ads and breaks
Love the show, the music, the Rabbi and many of the covered topics. However, the reason Jews are leaving synagogues are due to expressions of liberal attitudes by our Clergy and the top leadership. We attend services to find structure towards things “normal” and not to be inundated by those spouting off on politics. We desire a middle of the road approach in shul, from leadership, and in the entertainment that we watch and listen to. The nation of Israel needs to be unified, not strategically split. If you’re going to approach a controversial topic, then be brave enough to have all the sides represented.