May is Jewish American Heritage Month, first recognized in 2006. Since then, hundreds of programs have taken place nationwide annually to honor the countless contributions of Jews to American culture and society.
From preschoolers to teenagers to baby boomers, throngs of Sheldon Low’s fans rock out to his original compositions and his contemporary interpretations of Jewish songs. The 30-year-old St. Louis native spoke with the Exponent by telephone from his home in Manhattan.
Moviegoers who recently headed to theaters for “42,” saw the story of how Jackie Robinson displayed legendary courage, class and talent in the face of immense pressure and racial hatred as he broke down baseball’s color barrier.