Entries by Stacy Miller

1:1 with Artist Jeremy Schonfeld

I recently had the opportunity to speak with creator of the new theatrical concert “Iron & Coal” – Jeremy Schonfeld, and Strathmore’s Vice President of Programming – Joi Brown. Jeremy, Joi, and I discussed the upcoming world premiere performance of “Iron & Coal” at the Strathmore performing arts center. To provide some background, “Iron & […]

Repairing the World, One Trip at a Time

I recently sat down with Michele Chakaya, a food justice fellow for Repair the World NYC  to discuss how she got started working with Repair the World and her upcoming service trip with EntryPointDC (the 20s and 30s program of the EDCJCC). This trip, called B’Yachad: A Giveback Getaway Trip to Brooklyn, is an immersive experience […]

Jewish Drag Brunch

Every once in awhile, we all need a Sunday Funday.   A time to sit back and be entertained with a drink in one hand, and your crew spilling over to the next table, dishing out the latest in their lives. A popular Sunday afternoon activity that has long been a DC tradition is drag […]

Finding Your Shabbat Squad

I’ve been working at the Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center (EDCJCC) for the past few years as the Director of EntryPointDC, the 20s and 30s program based out of the center. When I started this role, I decided to change up one of our signature programs, Shabbat Clusters – small groups of young adults who we […]

Why I Love Five Minute Dates (and You Should Too)!

Raise your hand if you have sat through a first date you met from “fill-in-the-blank” dating app about 45 minutes longer than you wanted to? Can you count the number of times you started talking with someone at a bar you were interested in, but it turned out he or she was not single? Remember […]

DJ M Dot Set to Spin in the Sukkah

Stacy Miller, Director of EntryPointDC, recently sat down with Michal Bilick aka DJ M Dot, the founder of Community Mixtape, to discuss how she got started teaching others about musical storytelling and her upcoming DJ workshop at the Edlavitch DCJCC. Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 1 for Sip & Spin in the Sukkah, a DIY (do […]

Are you Game to Celebrate the Jewish Holiday of Love?

It’s August. Most professional Jews are gearing up for the Jewish SuperBowl Sunday, otherwise known as the High Holidays. I, on the other hand, look forward to celebrating a lesser known holiday each summer –  Tu B’Av. According to the Mishna (the oral tradition of Jewish law), on this one day in the Hebrew month […]