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Rockne Roll
The Jewish Review Podcast
Hosted by Rockne Roll, the editor of Portland, Oregon's The Jewish Review newspaper, The Jewish Review Podcast is an extension of the Review’s award-winning reporting on Portland’s vibrant Jewish community. Covering the personalities and stories that shape Portland’s Jewish culture and sharing perspectives on issues that affect local and global Judaism, with more than a dash of humor and fun thrown in.Reach out to us at [email protected] out The Jewish Review online at
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 8 ratings
Loved this story!!
Great questions to understand the mission and passion behind his work, and how his beliefs and his occupation/vocation mesh to further his work and faith.
NRR@Nwpt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/19/23
Wonderful interview very professionally done and informative.
HVSteve via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/22/23
A Great Insight
I really appreciated hearing about the support of the Jewish Federation in the United States. It was inspirational to hear about how far reaching it is.
Grateful Gail via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/23
Recent Episodes
On this episode, host Rockne Roll talks latkes (and more) with chef and writer Sonya Sanford, author of "Braids: Recipes from my Pacific Northwest Jewish kitchen." Sanford discusses her ideal latke, new twists on Chanukah's classic tastes and how cooking connects her with her Jewish roots....
Published 11/29/23
Published 11/29/23
Host Rockne Roll talks with Portland's Jewish Community Chaplain, Rabbi Barry Cohen, about how loss and tragedy affects us and the importance of community and hope in difficult times. Rabbi Cohen's recent columns in The Jewish Review: "A time to embrace nuance" - from the Nov. 1, 2023 issue:...
Published 11/15/23
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