Seth Rogovoy, The Jewish Daily Forward

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The Jewish Daily Forward

Great Barrington, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Seth:

Wait — was the U.N. Secretary General quoting Bob Dylan or the Talmud?

According to Antonio Guterres, a “wind of madness” is sweeping the globe. Sounds familiar. → Read More

There’s something very Jewish about Winnie-The-Pooh — and it’s not just Eeyore’s attitude

Winnie-The-Pooh and A.A. Milne had a dark history, as seen in the film "Goodbye, Christopher Robin." But there's a Jewish side to the story too. → Read More

OscarsSoBoring: What the nominees tell us about 2020

The biggest surprise this year was that there were none. → Read More

Is ‘A Christmas Carol’ Anti-Semitic?

Charles Dickens's "A Christmas Carol" features a miserly banker who accepts the spirit of Christmas. Can it be read as anti-Semitic? → Read More

The Secret Jewish History of Prince

Prince, author of the memoir "The Beautiful Ones" and the creator of "Purple Rain," "Emancipation" and "Exodus" has a surprising Jewish history. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History Of Judy Garland

Judy Garland's associations with the Jewish people include a pair of Jewish husbands, a slew of Jewish composers and a fondness for Al Jolson. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History of Bruce Springsteen — on His 70th Birthday

Bruce Springsteen may not be Jewish, but he's crossed paths and worked with quite a few members of the tribe during his career. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History of Aerosmith

Aerosmith is arguably America’s most successful hard rock band. But few people know the Jewish history that helped make this success possible. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History of Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd’s recording career may have ended. But the band’s Jewish history lives on. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History Of Robert De Niro

Robert De Niro turns 77 on August 17, 2018. Herewith, a look at his secret Jewish history. → Read More

Woodstock Changed The World. Here’s The Inside Story Of How Max Yasgur Made It Happen.

Max Yasgur hosted Woodstock in 1969 on his Bethel farm. The festival, where Joe Cocker and Jimi Hendrix played, among others, was 50 years ago. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History of the Rocky Horror Picture Show

The legendary cult musical, which opened in London in 1975, has a surprisingly Jewish history. → Read More

In ‘Shangri-La’ Rick Rubin’s Genius Gets A Spiritual Shrug

The series flounders to make something more of Rubin’s simple formula. The result is a byzantine take on a man who preaches minimalism. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History of The Rolling Stones

Their first manager was Jewish. They first played with a Jewish blues guitarist. They even used Yiddish in a Top 40 hit. → Read More

The Astonishingly Menschy Side Of Bob Dylan

In "Dylan and Me," Bob Dylan's childhood pal Louie Kemp reveals the mercurial artist's more human side. → Read More

The Secret Jewish History Of ‘Shaft’

Hold on. Before you get all “cultural appropriation” on me, hear me out. The character “Shaft” is not now, nor has he ever been, Jewish. Nor has he been portrayed by Jews in film or TV, nor was he conjured by a Jewish artist. Early on in his fictional life, however, Shaft was among Jews, as Shaft creator and author Ernest Tidyman chronicled in “Shaft Among the Jews” (Dial Press, 1972), the… → Read More

The Secret Jewish History Of ‘A Star Is Born’

'A Star Is Born,' starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, doesn't seem to have much of a Jewish story behind it. But its predecessors sure do. → Read More

Bob Dylan Musical ‘Girl From The North Country’ Set For Broadway Run

Conor McPherson's "Girl From the North Country" will play at the Belasco Theater on Broadway beginning February 2020. → Read More

Happy 77th Birthday To Paul McCartney, The Jewish Beatle

John Lennon said, ‘Show business is an extension of the Jewish religion.’ But Paul McCartney lived it. → Read More

My Bubbe, The Bull And The Kabbalah Of Catching A Foul Ball

At Shea Stadium at a New York Mets game, a grandmother teaches a boy the right attitude about catching a fly ball. → Read More