11/13/2023 All Of It with Allison Stewart
Last year, photographer Marisa Scheinfeld founded the Borscht Belt Historical Marker Project as an attempt to preserve the Borscht Belt era’s vibrant history while reflecting on its significance on American Jewish life. She joins us alongside photographer Isaac Jeffreys, the project's visual coordinator, to talk about the legacy of the area and take your calls.
A new trail of historical markers pays tribute to a Jewish vacation hub — and could spur Catskills tourism
Fallsburg Deputy Supervisor Sean Wall-Carty, Marisa Scheinfeld, and Isaac Jeffreys dedicate the Mountain Dale Borscht Belt Marker. This marker stands as a commemoration and educational symbol, shedding light on the historical significance of the Borscht Belt Era within the context of Mountain Dale’s history.
The famed Borscht Belt era lives on through a meaningful marker project around the Hudson Valley.
Marisa Scheinfeld wants to share the rich Jewish history of the area with a new generation of tourists.
WJFF's Sabrina Artel (of Sabrina Artel's Trailer Talk) is joined by author and photographer Marisa Scheinfeld to discuss the legendary Borscht Belt born in the Sullivan County, NY Catskills. They talk about this significant era in American history that emerged from the political and cultural moment and ended due to another.
Preserving the past, celebrating the future with an upcoming dedication and exhibition.
The Borscht Belt Historical Marker Project sits down with Mike Sackell of Catskill News! Listen here.
Bringing the Borscht Belt Back to Life: A Q&A with Marisa Scheinfeld
Borscht Belt Historical Marker Project unveils first in series
The Borscht Belt Historical Marker Project chats with WJFF's Patricio Robayo. Interview begins at 14:50.
The Borscht Belt Historical Marker Project chats with Eddie Wilson at 95.9/WVOS FM
Borscht Belt Historical Marker Project: Founder and Project Director Marisa Scheinfeld and Visual Coordinator Isaac Jeffreys speak on WAMC's Roundtable with Joe Donahue
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