Since our launch in August so much has happened on 3200 Stories.
We’ve added new authors…Greg Zeman, Josie AG Shapiro, Eric Orner, Jonathan Harris, Laura Sachs, Batshir Torchio, David Shlachter to name a few. We’ve made new friends…Aaron Davidman, Negin Farsad, Boots Riley, Mitchell Rosenthal, Isabel Allende, David Kelley, and Angelique Kidjo and so many more.
We are diving into new themes too.
Check out Glimpses of Israel. Israel is at the heart of many of our conversations. In this theme we offer a peek…we’d love to hear yours.
We are also examining Tradition. Things we do and want to keep doing because they hold meaning to us. Practices new and old. Invented or passed along. What's on your Seder plate? How do you make your coffee in the morning? How do you spend New Years day? And don't miss our remix of the musical theater classic “Tradition” to honor 50 years of Fiddler on the Roof.
Passover is upon us and it’s time to take a look Backstage. Meet (or meet again), Juan Amador, Tommy Shepherd, Candice Wicks and Dan Wolf. Together with Professor Ari Y. Kelman they developed this exciting performance that remixes the passover narrative. It’s beautifully produced, ambitious and fun.
Even with all of that, we have plenty of space for your stories…and we are happy to help you find the best way to share them.
Thank you for all our support as we’ve grown.
All our very best all the time,
April 1, 2014
During her visit to the JCCSF on June 22, the very funny and frank Jennifer Weiner spoke about her latest novel All Fall Down, the story about a woman struggling with prescription drug abuse, writing what she knows, publishing industry sexism, and raising resilient daughters.
Joshua Margolis is a real JCCSF treasure. Over the past few months I’ve had the pleasure of producing this music video for his upcoming residency at the de Young Museum. In it you get to see Joshua make a clay monster from the first sketch to the tangible... Read more
Timothy F. Geithner was the seventy-fifth secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury (2009-2013) and is the author of Stress Test. Appearing in conversation with Dr. Laura Tyson, Haas Professor and former Chair of the US President's Council of Economic Advisers during the Clinton Administration, Geithner candidly... Read more
Richard Ravitch, former New York Lieutenant Governor, played a central role in rescuing New York City from bankruptcy in the 1970's. Appearing in conversation with David Crane, former special advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ravitch turned his attention to how other cities and states can dig themselves out of financial... Read more
I had already reached the stairwell when Maya Angelou called out my name: "Heidi Thomas? I want to meet Heidi." I think [my professor] Laura Paull came to retrieve me. Maya sat in a place of honor in the center of the faculty lounge at Modesto Junior College. I... Read more
Many visitors to Cuba wonder how it is that small Jewish communities formed in towns and cities around the nation. Where did they come from? How did they get there? Why did they stay? are common questions. Since Jews started to arrive in Cuba around the beginning of... Read more
When I was in Tanzania, seeing a level of poverty that goes beyond anything that we here in the U.S. think of as "poor,” just out of curiosity, I asked everyone I met (via a translator), “If you could have anything -- anything at all --... Read more
It’s the second or fourth Tuesday, which means it’s time for a new episode of the Nato Sessions. These days in San Francisco, gentrification is hotter than a gelato/massage food truck. More divisive than Orange is the New Black. More upsetting than the red wedding. ... Read more