- Sep 30, 2023
In Conversation with Mehdi Hasan
The World Central Kitchen Cookbook: Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hope is a collection of recipes inspired by the many places around the world the organization has cooked following disasters, as well as inspiring narratives from the chefs and volunteers on the front lines.
During the mid-autumn festival, traditional to Chinese and other Asian cultures, gather in our sukkah to learn how local communities celebrate and hear about the history of Gallery Place/Chinatown. Artists from Chalk Riot will share how a new large-scale art installation plans to capture the diversity of our neighborhood.
Shemini Atzeret / Simchat Torah
- Oct 7, 2023
We’re shutting down I Street for our signature Simchat Torah celebration. Let loose and dance like no one’s watching as you enjoy live music, themed cocktails, and other festivities led by Sixth & I’s rabbis and musicians.
- Oct 8, 2023
Screening and Conversation
To mark the 60th anniversary of former President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, the Emmy Award-winning National Geographic franchise “One Day in America” returns with its second installment, “JFK: One Day in America.” Ahead of the series premiere in November, experience a special screening of the first episode followed by a conversation with director Ella Wright and former reporter Peggy Simpson.
In Conversation with Carla Lalli Music and Andy Baraghani
In More is More: Get Loose in the Kitchen, the recipe developer and video host teaches cooks how to embrace more risk-taking, better intuition, fewer exact measurements, and a “don’t stop ‘til it tastes delicious” mentality.
In Conversation with Juanita Tolliver
In Opinions: A Decade of Arguments, Criticism, and Minding Other People’s Business, the bestselling author and cultural critic offers a collection of her best nonfiction pieces from the past ten years, covering a wide range of topics—politics, feminism, the culture wars, civil rights, online disinformation, and more—with a new introduction reflecting on the past decade in America.
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Nora and musicians Aaron Shneyer, Sarah Fredrick, and Jeff Geld blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
Hayes Series alumna and champion concert accordionist Hanzhi Wang is celebrated for her extraordinary virtuosity and captivating stage presence. GRAMMY-nominated classical mandolinist Avi Avital is best known for his interpretations of popular Baroque and folk music written for performance by other instruments.
One of the most influential groups of our era, the Quartet celebrates 50 years of artistic leadership with music from their legacy initiative, 50 For the Future: The Learning Repertoire, a series of commissions by composers from around the world.
Influenced by a kaleidoscope of musical traditions, this powerhouse collective of women from uniquely different backgrounds, ages, and views weaves interactive conversation segments with songs in a Nashville-style round.
Two legendary artists, Will Oldham (a.k.a. Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy) and Jon Langford (of the Mekons and Waco Brothers), recreate their exclusive pandemic live-stream performance, song for song, for a live, in-person audience.
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