Classes, Spring 2014

 

 

ART

CREATIVE ACRYLIC PAINTING

Learn to paint with acrylic or improve your current technique. Bring to first class - 2 medium bristle brushes, tubes of brown (any) and white acrylic paint and a canvas. Complete supply list to be distributed at first class.

All levels welcome.

Instructor: Arlene Rouse         

 

GALLERY 3160 Presents

“THE COLORS ARE THERE, WAITING TO BE DISCOVERED”

A collection of watercolors by Joy Makon

 Curator: Madeleine Appell

 

MUSEUM WALKS AND TALKS (Docent led guided tours)

    American Folk Art Museum

    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

    Japanese House in Flatbush

Coordinator:  Linda Silverman

 

CURRENT EVENTS

A DYSFUNCTIONAL CONGRESS

The class will present those elements which contribute to the dysfunction which currently defines the House of Representatives and its operations. Instructor: Walter F. Higgins

Instructor: Walter F. Higgins

 

ISRAEL AT THE CROSSROADS – DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGES

Israel is thriving but faces great dangers in a turbulent Middle East. The class will have in-depth discussions about how Israel deals with these threats.

Instructor: Milton Pincus

 

DRAMA

ACTOR’S WORKSHOP

Acting techniques and improvisation will be addressed and monologues and short plays will be performed. Since this is an actor’s workshop, all will participate. The course culminates in a performance for friends and supporters. The object is to enjoy it and have fun while gaining confidence in yourself.

Instructor: Esther Jaffe

THEATRE ART PERFORMANCE

 

FILM

“ALASKA”

Cruise the inner Passage

 

AND THE OSCAR GOES TO…

We will cover Oscar history; Oscar winners and losers; the look of the decade of the anti-Oscars; the Razzie Awards.

Instructor: Leo Gerber

 

FILMS SET IN NYC – PART I, THE 50’S AND 60’S

Each week we will view a selected feature film (drama, romantic, comedy, action) set in NYC from 1954 – 1969.

Films to be shown include: On the Waterfront, The Apartment, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Funny Girl.

Instructor: Sol Makon

 

THE GOLDEN AGE OF ELVIS MOVIES

Five Elvis Presley movies will be shown.

Some are musical comedies, presenting Elvis in a beautiful setting for singing and romance. Other movies may have dramatic content. Watching them together is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.

Instructor: Bernard Schwartz

 

HOLLYWOOD’S AMERICA - U.S. HISTORY THROUGH ITS FILMS

We will view feature films reflecting American political, economic and social life.

A discussion will follow the screening.

Instructor: Dr. Rosalie Reich

 

SPECIAL SLIDE SHOWS & SHORT FILM by Kenneth Axen

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

BEGINNING SPANISH

A course for people who have never learned Spanish. We use music and audio- lingual techniques. No grammar will be taught; conversational skills only.

Instructor: Joyce Provenzale

 

HEBREW, UPPER INTERMEDIATE

The emphasis in this course will be on everyday conversation, magazines and Hebrew newspapers.

Instructor:  Mariam Goldhaber

 

SPANISH, INTERMEDIATE AND BEYOND

This course is designed for solid practice in conversation, reading and writing. Learning and self- expression are ever present. Some background in Spanish is necessary.

Instructor: Edward Drayton

 

GAMES                                                       

MAH JONGG FOR THE BEGINNER

This class will introduce the beginner player to the official standard hands and rules of the National Mah Jongg League. Participants will learn the names of tiles, general rules of the game, special situation rules and strategy.  The official 2013 card is required at the first session. It can be bought online at nationalmahjonggleague.org or by contacting the League at 212-246-3052 or 250 W 57th  Street, NY, NY 10107.

Instructor: Irene Nachinoff

 SOCIAL BRIDGE

For those with knowledge of bridge, come and enjoy supervised play in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Instructor: Ira Barnett

 

HEALTH

A JOYFUL JOURNEY TO MILES OF SMILES, HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Learn the ideal way to manage anger, fear and sadness. Practice PEP (Positive Energy Power) Aerobics. Safe and simple self- help strategies, that positively energize your brain and body, will empower you to survive and thrive in a 24/7 stress-filled world.

Instructor: Edith Namm

 

MINDFULNESS – A PLACE TO BE

Take a moment to slow down, breathe, and simply be. You will notice a rich world of thoughts, feelings and sensory experiences that will keep your mind, brain, and body supple and your heart soft. Learn to listen to yourself by meditating, moving, using words and by being mindful. Bring your sense of curiosity and come play on a path of self-discovery.

Instructor: Peggy Horwitz

 

NUTRITIONAL ENLIGHTENMENT

We will discuss and tap the power of protein and pain, eating salt, good bacteria, cutting back on meds, the latest on hip implants, the harm of too many food animals, and finally, headaches, heart failure and gluten.

Instructor: Helen Reiss

 

HISTORY

AMERICA DURING 1927

The story of America during the Age of Modernization

Instructor: Howard Seigel

 

BROOKLYN COLLEGE – HISTORY, TRADITION AND MEMORY

A look at the history of Brooklyn College from its beginning to present day, replete with controversies, celebrities and unforgettable scenes of conflict. From the protests at Sorrell’s and Dean’s Cafeteria to multiple takeovers of the President’s Office; the Peace Strikes of the 1930’s and the anti-war protests of the 1960’s; basketball scandals of the 1940’s and 50’s, this campus has always teemed with excitement. Through it all, the college produced 150,000 graduates that have changed the world.

Instructors: Prof. Lilia Melani and Joe Fodor

 

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE BUND IN AMERICA

The rise of the German-American Bund and the decline of the organization in America.

Instructor: Howard Seigel

 

SIGNIFICANT PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN U.S. HISTORY

We will continue examining the history of important presidential elections including their political and economic backgrounds, the candidates, the campaigns and election results and consequences. This term will concentrate further on FDR’s successful campaign for a 3rd term in 1940 and its impact on foreign policy, and a look at the 4th term victory in 1944.

Instructor: Stephen Appell, Esq.

 

HUMANITIES

DEATH AND DYING

We will investigate the dynamics of death and dying for the purpose of understanding one’s own feelings and attitude, so that meaningful assistance may be given to the dying and the family. The ethical / moral and legal problems arising from such controversial issues as advanced medical treatment, strategies, abortions, suicide and euthanasia are explored.

Instructor: Vincent Blazewicz

 

OLD FOLK MAGICK FOR EVERYDAY LIVING

Part Two – Practical Magick

Learn old folk magic tricks to help you with problems - money, love, friendship, work, and social contacts. Learn when and how to burn candles – colors, timing, and moon phases. Worksheets and information will be given from the Part One class. Learn to empower yourself to be everything you can be and have fun while manifesting your wishes.

Instructor: Miss Kity (aka Kathleen Serao)

 

SOCIAL SELF

The social self is the aspect of self that is doing the thinking, feeling, knowing. We will discuss the components and function of the self and where the self “comes” from.

Instructor: Dr. Susan B. Prager

 

TEACHING TOLERANCE

We will learn how to differentiate between intolerance and a difference of opinion. 

Instructor: Joyce Provenzale

 

WHAT IS YOUR FUTURE?

Each member of the class will share their future. This can be a lot of fun. It can also bring insight into our future lives.

Instructor: Bernard Schwartz

 

LITERATURE

BERNARD MALAMUD’S SHORT STORY COLLECTION –THE MAGIC BARREL

In The Magic Barrel, Bernard Malamud’s thirteen short stories depict everyday existence with humor and pathos. We will begin with two stories about fathers and daughters: The First Seven Years and The Magic Barrel.

Instructor: Brian Keener

 

*PRIZE WINNING NOVELS, XXV

We will read and discuss four more winning novels and one classic novel: The Round House by Louis Erdrich, Life After Life by Kate Atkinson, Harvest by Jim Crace, The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson and Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.  Class closed by pre-registration

Instructor: Harriet Sirof

 

THE SHORT STORY: AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL

Like any art form, the short story holds a key to the life of its time and the life reflected therein. There are within this shared universe, reverberations of the complexities of both life and fiction

Instructor: Dr. Rosalie Reich

 

MATHEMATICS & SCIENCE

Lecture: “THE GEOMETRIC STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE AND THE QUESTION OF WHICH GEOMETRY IS CORRECT”

Speaker:  Fred Friedland

 

READING THE NEW YORK SCIENCE TIMES

Great things are happening in the world of science today. Read and bring the Tuesday,

 NY Times Science Section to class for our informative discussions about the latest breakthroughs.

Instructor: Dr. Leslie Jacobson

 

MONEY MANAGEMENT

ESTATE PLANNING FOR THE LAY PERSON

We will cover estate and gift taxation, gift giving, marital tax planning and use of trusts.

Instructor:  Howard B. Soloman, Esq.

 

MUSIC

MUSIC YOU ARE ALL MY JOY – THE PLEASURES OF LISTENING TO MUSIC

We will continue to explore the special rewards of listening to music by our favorite composers.

Instructor: Richard Cahn

 

OPERA AND PEOPLE THAT MADE MUSIC

The life and times of Puccini, Caruso, Gershwin,Verdi, Pavarotti, Toscanini, and Lorenzo DaPonti (Mozart Librettist) will be discussed.

Instructor:  Aldo Mancusi

 

TAIL WAGS CONDUCTS DOG - JEWS, BLACKS AND ITALIANS CREATE AMERICA’S MUSIC

If the U.S. is basically a White Anglo-Saxon society, how is it that one of its essential contributions to world culture, American music, has been dominated by three “outsider groups” – Blacks, Jews and Italians? This course will consider their contributions and inter-actions. We will listen to lots of great music.

Instructor: Gene Reiser

 

PHYSICAL FITNESS

TAI CHI – A MOVING MEDITATION

Enjoy the flow and connect to your body in a new way in this safe, interesting form of exercise. Tai Chi is a series of slowly flowing movements which calm the mind while improving balance, strength, flexibility and focus. It has many health benefits.

Instructor: Hillary Merman

 

YOGA AND BODY MOVEMENT AWARENESS

This course will consist of a series of postures and breathing exercises combined with relaxation techniques and exercises.

Instructor: Cynthia Arenson

 

POETRY & WRITING

LOSING AND FINDING OURSELVES THROUGH WORDS – CONTINUED

Just who are you? Identity, along with its disguises and complexities has been, and still is, a priceless inspiration for creative writers. Let’s continue to explore it and increase our understanding and appreciation of possible reasons.

Instructor: Louise Jaffe

 

SPECIAL LECTURES & PERFORMANCES

 

“Alaska”

Lecture: “The Invisible Scar”

 

           GALLERY 3160 Presents

“THE COLORS ARE THERE,WAITING TO BE DISCOVERED”

A collection of watercolors by

Joy Makon

 Curator: Madeleine Appell

 

“The Geometric Structure of the universe and the Question

        of Which Geometry is Correct”

 

“INTELLECTUAL LIFE LECTURE SERIES"

 Coordinator: Madeleine Appell

Sara Reguer: “THE MOST TENACIOUS OF MINORITIES:THE JEWS OF ITALY”

Sheri Saltzberg: “BUILD A BRIDGE TO AFRICA”

Evelyn Mendlinger: “ARE YOU THE BEST GRANDPARENT YOU CAN BE?"

Carole Grau: “THE FORGOTTEN SKILL-Fine-Tuning the Art of Communication”

Joseph Dorinson: BREAKING THE SLUMP:AMERICAN POP CULTURE OF THE 1930’S

 

MUSEUM WALKS AND TALKS

  Docent led guided tours   

American Folk Art Museum

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Japanese House in Flatbush

*Pre-registration is required

Coordinator:  Linda Silverman

 

“THEATRE ART” PERFORMANCE

Instructor:  Esther Jaffe

 

“TOP 10 PHOTO SHOWS”

Small groups of photographs from 10 different exhibits which include:

The Last Shangri-la, Abstract New York,Shadows and Silhouettes, Icons and Wannabees and Incognito

Presented by Prof. Kenneth Axen

 

Special Slide Shows & Short Film

Presented by Prof. Kenneth Axen

 

Classes Fall 2013

Art

Creative Acrylic Painting

Learn to paint with acrylic and/or improve your current technique. All levels welcome. Bring to first class - 2 medium bristle brushes, tubes of blue (any blue) and white acrylic paint and a small canvas. Complete supply list to be distributed and discussed at first class.

Instructor: Arlene Rouse

Drawing and Painting Humans in Their Surroundings

Art is the visual language of culture and society…the beauty of the world…in this course, participants will study human anatomy and will explore their preferred medium. Emphasis is on the joy of creative expression.

Instructor: Glenwood Lawrence

Museum Walks and Talks (Docent Led Guided Tours)

  • Lewis Hine, International Center of Photography
  • Arts of the Islamic World, Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • The Armory Show at 100, NY Historical Society

Coordinator: Linda Silverman

Bridge

Social Bridge

For those with knowledge of bridge, come and enjoy supervised play in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Instructor: Ira Barnett

Drama

Actor's Workshop

The glorious drama of ancient Greece to the theater of today, we cover monologues, acting and singing techniques, preparing you to either act or speak in public with confidence. There will be a lot of interaction with fellow students. It's about having fun and acquiring enhanced talents. We culminate with a May performance.

Instructor: Esther Jaffe

Directing for the Theatre: The Essentials

The essentials of Stage Directing will examine the preparations of a production book, working with designers and stage management, casting, working with actors, blocking, etc. etc. The course will include practical work as participants try their hand at staging chosen scenes

Instructor: John Farrell

Drama Fun

The depression era of the 1930s is considered the start of the “Golden Age of American Animation.” In the period before TV, laughs came from the radio, screwball comedy movies or the output of cartoon studios. This course will combine art, media history, and entertainment. We will review the creative artistry of Ub Iwerks (Never heard of him? He changed his Dutch name from Ubbe Ert Ewwerks and co-created Mickey Mouse), Dave Fleisher (Betty Boop, Popeye), Walt Disney and others.

Instructor: Bernard Schwartz

Film

The Films of Alfred Hitchcock

Thrill to the Films of the Master of Suspense – Alfred Hitchcock. Each week we will view on TV, a masterpiece of fine actors and actresses in a stimulating Hitchcock drama. The period – 1953-1963. Rebecca, Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds, Rear Window and more.

Instructor: Sol Makon

Hollywood's America

We will view feature films reflecting American political, economic and social life.

Instructor: Dr. Rosalie Reich

Short Films by Kenneth Axen

  • Biking From Vietnam to Cambodia
  • Mongoliz, India
  • Burning Man

Foreign Language

Beginning Spanish

A course for people who have never learned Spanish. We use music and audio lingual techniques. No grammar will be taught. Conversational skills only.

Instructor: Joyce Provenzale

Hebrew, Upper Intermediate

Emphasis will be on everyday conversation, magazines and Hebrew newspapers.

Instructor: Miriam Goldhaber

Spanish Intermediate and Beyond

Come and join us for practice in reading, listening, speaking and writing Spanish. We emphasize current events and everyday adventures and experiences.

Instructor: Edward Drayton

Health

Conquering Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue and Arthritis Without Drugs

Do you know why people with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) must avoid sugar and how this condition leads to anxiety, and even panic attacks? We will deal with the most common cause of biochemical imbalances and how to achieve health (energy plus tranquility without pain).

Instructor: Joel Levitt

Holistic Approaches to Healing

Designed to enlighten and empower the student to take charge of his/her health related decision making – non-toxic modalities will be explored that can improve the quality of life.
Hand out materials will be provided.

Instructor: Dr. Jerome Charyn

A Joyful Journey to Miles of Smiles

Learn the right way to manage anger, fear and sadness. Practice PEP (Positive Energy Power) Aerobics. Safe and simple self- help strategies, that positively energize your brain and body, will empower you to survive and thrive in a 24/7 stress filled world.

Instructor: Edith Namm

Mindfullness - A Place to Be

Take a moment to slow down, breath, and simply be. You will notice a rich world of thoughts, feelings, and sensory experiences that will keep your mind, brain, and body supple and your heart soft. Learn to listen to yourself by meditating, moving, using words and by being mindful. Bring your sense of curiosity and come play on a path of self-discovery.

Instructor: Peggy Horwitz

Nutritional Enlightment

We will discuss ways to eat less, explore antioxidants and food labeling. We will focus on eye disease as well as allergies and sinus infection, examine 10 urban food legends and consider the latest advice on eggs.

Instructor: Helen Reiss

History

America's Post World War II Decades

The course will take an up close look at the significant events and changing trends which define America's post WW II decades from the 40s to 00s.

Instructor: Walter F. Higgins

Old Folk Magick for Everyday Living

Learn old folk magic tricks to help you with problems - money, love, friends, family, work, and social contacts. Learn when and how to burn candles – colors, timing, and moon fazes. Learn to empower yourself to be everything you can be and have fun while doing it. You will empower your wish, and help it manifest.

Instructor: Kathleen Serao

Brooklyn History and Nostalgia

How did the Brooklyn's neighborhoods and streets get their names? The Brooklyn Dodgers; Coney Island and Brighton Beach; The trolleys and trains of early Brooklyn.

Instructor: Ron Schweiger, the official "Brooklyn Borough Historian"

Chronicling New York - Stories of a People

New Yorkers have long been driven to write about their city, its fascinating history and diverse culture. We will explore the works of New York's writers.

Instructor: Dr. Jerome Charyn

DeGaulle: France in World War II

It is about General DeGaulle in World War II. He was responsible for France getting a noble status after its defeat by the Germans.

Instructor: Howard Seigel

Museum of the American Ganster - Organized Crime Figures and the Mob

Speaker: Lorcan Otway

The Noir Forties

It is about the de-mobilization of U.S. forces after WW II and carries on to the Korean War.

Instructor: Howard Seigel

Significant Presidential Elections in History

We will continue examining the history of important presidential elections including their political and economic backgrounds, the candidates, the campaigns and election results and consequences. This term will concentrate on FDR's successful campaign for a third term in 1940 and its momentous impact on foreign policy.

Instructor: Stephen Appell

Humanities

Affirmative Action: History and Present Status

Affirmative action is seen as a controversial policy. Learn what gave rise to the need for it historically and learn its present legal status.

Instructor: Joy Schulman

Challenge to the Faithful: The New Atheism

Speaker: Dr. Charles LaCerra

The Family

This course will provide an opportunity to look at something familiar (The Family) in a new way. Several perspectives on families, the relationship between family (household) structure and economic, political and cultural change.

Instructor: Dr. Susan B. Prager

Humor and Culture

Speaker: Joseph Dorinson

Married Women Who Love Women

The discovery. To tell or not to tell. The reality of marriage.

Speaker: Carren Strock

Old Folk Magick for Everyday Living

Learn old folk magic tricks to help you with problems - money, love, friends, family, work, and social contacts. Learn when and how to burn candles – colors, timing, and moon fazes. Learn to empower yourself to be everything you can be and have fun while doing it. You will empower your wish, and help it manifest.

Instructor: Kathleen Serao

Teaching Tolerance

People don't always get along. How to differentiate between intolerance and a difference in opinion.

Instructor: Joyce Provenzale

University of Success

Look back, accept the challenge of success. Transfer thoughts, take risks. Do not put off things. How to get honey instead of bee stings. How to live with tension and enjoy the best things in life; how to prevent your success from turning into ashes.

Instructor: Vincent Blazewicz

What is Your Future??

I will present Tarot cards and give an analysis of the symbols of the cards and proceed with a future reading of individual members.

Instructor: Bernard Schwartz

Literature

Animal Farm

George Orwell's satirical novel, Animal Farm, shows farm animals revolting against their drunken decadent owner and setting up a democratic community free from human abuse and domination, only to see it become a totalitarian state. The animals exchanged one tyrant for another.

Instructor: Leo Gerber

Cervantes's Don Quixote, Part II

Continued study of the motives and values of Cervantes's hero: Influences of part one on part two; major changes in Don Quixote's thinking; humor, ambiguity, self-consciousness, and mortality. The novelistic modernity of Cervantes’s novel and its influence on the way writers view the conception of the novel as a whole.

Instructor: Dominick Finello

The Nineteenth Century british Novel, Part II

Passionate love that leads to frenzy and death, dissection of a corrupt society, the primitive east (Europe) versus modern technology. The nineteenth century novel explores a wide range of human experience and the effects on individuals and society. We will read: Vanity Fair, Jane Eyre, The Ordeal of Richard Feverel and Dracula.

Instructor: Lilia Melani

Philip Roth: Unmasked and Masked

Philip Roth wrote two autobiographies (The Facts and Patrimony) and 29 novels. We will examine how his life informs his fiction and how reality is transformed in his novels and short stories by a master storyteller with an extraordinary imagination. We will read The Facts, Patrimony, Goodbye Columbus, and The Ghost Writer.

Instructor: Joan Ostracher

* Prize Winning Novels, XXIV

We will read and discuss four more prize winning novels and one classic novel. How It All Began by Penelope Lively, The Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka, Serena by Ron Rash, The Cat's Table by Michael Ondaatje, and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Limited Enrollment / Pre-Registration

The Short Story: American and International

Like any art form, the short story holds a key to the life of its time and the life reflected therein. There are within this shared universe, reverberations of the complexities of both life and fiction.

Instructor: Dr. Rosalie Reich

What is a Poem?

A poem is identifiable by its literary and musical elements. Metaphor and alliteration are common in many poems.

Instructor: Prof. Aaron Streiter

Mathematics and Science

Reading The New York Science Times

Great things are happening in the world of science today. Read and bring the Tuesday, NY Times Science Section to class for our informative discussion about the latest breakthroughs.

Instructor: Dr. Leslie Jacobson

Worlds Where Triangles Exist, But Triangles Don't

Non-Euclidean geometry.

Speaker: Fred Friedland

Money Management

Estate Planning for the Lay Person

Topics to be covered are: estate and gift taxation, gift giving, marital tax planning and use of trusts.

Instructor: Howard B. Solomon, Esq.

Income Investing

Investing during a low interest environment.

Instructor: Richard Lieberfarb

Music

Kurt Weill and the Threepenny Opera

"The shark has pretty teeth dear, and he shows them pearly white." Can you read those words without hearing the melody in your mind's ear? How about these words? "Oh it's a long, long time from May to December and the days grow short as you reach September." What those melodies have in common is the genius of Kurt Weill, whose short 50 years spanned the Berlin of "Cabaret" and the Broadway of Danny Kaye, Walter Houston and Allan J. Lerner. This course will review Weill’s life and compositions, with particular emphasis on "The Threepenny Opera," a strong social satire 300 years in the making and as contemporary as tomorrow's newspaper.

Instructor: Gene Reiser

Music You are All My Joy - The Pleasures of Listening to Music

We will continue to explore the special rewards of listening to music by our favorite composers.

Instructor: Richard Cahn

Opera and People Who Make Music

Lectures from the Founder/Curator of the Enrico Caruso Museum will feature programs on Puccini, Caruso, Gershwin, Verdi, Pavarotti and Lorenzo DaPonte (Librettist for Mozart).

Instructor: Aldo Mancusi

Jewish Music Through the Ages

From ancient Israel to modern composed art music.

Speaker: Shirley Ranz

Physical Fitness

Yoge and Body Movement Awareness

This course will consist of a series of postures and breathing exercises combined with relaxation techniques and exercises. Dress comfortably.

Instructor: Cynthia Arenson

Poetry and Writing

What is a Poem?

A poem is identifiable by its literary and musical elements. Metaphor and alliteration are common in many poems.

Instructor: Prof. Aaron Streiter

Losing and Finding Ourselves Through Words

Just who are you? Identity, along with its disguises and complexities, has been, and is, a priceless inspiration for creative writers. Come explore it and, hopefully, increase your understanding and appreciation of why?

Instructor: Louise Jaffe

What to Know About Writing a Book

Speaker: Carren Strock

Special Lectures

Slide Show and Short Films by Kenneth Axen

  • Biking From Vietnam to Cambodia
  • Mongoliz, India
  • Burning Man

Humor and Culture

Speaker: Joseph Dorinson

Challenge to the Faithful: The New Atheism

Speaker: Dr. Charles LaCerra

Family Genealogy: The Beginning

Speaker: Michael Marcus

Urban Wildlife

Speaker: Steve Nanz

Jewish Music Through the Ages: From Ancient Israel to Modern Composed Art Music

Speaker: Shirley Ranz

Married Women Who Love Women

The discovery. To tell or not to tell. The reality of marriage.

Speaker: Carren Strock

Museum of the American Ganster: Organized Crime Figures and the Mob

Speaker: Lorcan Otway