As Mark Oppenheimer, editor-at large of Tablet magazine (also a contributing writer at the Los Angeles Times and former writer of the New York Times Belief Column) explained, “When we started Unorthodox, the ideas was to fill a hole in the world of Jewish podcasting . . . I deliberately assembled a team of three hosts of different backgrounds and points of view. And I think we’re the only Jewish podcast that talks regularly with gentiles, too, about how they see the world.”
On Thursday, October 27, 7:30 pm Oppenheimer and his co-hosts will bring a live production of its part serious, part irreverent podcast to the public at Hebrew College. The focus just 10 days before the election will be the 2016 Presidential Election with Jewish guest of the week Former US Representative Barney Frank and gentile guest of the week retired General James “Tom” Hill.
Expect lively interaction with the audience, fascinating conversation, and a plethora of perspectives.General Admission: $20
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