The Jewish Museum

Tuesday, July 11, 2000

Starting tonight the Jewish museum opens its doors from five to nine every Tuesday through august for live music, beer and wine, exhibits, and some television classics.

One night features shows dealing with bar and bat mitzvahs -- such as episodes of the 1980's sitcom square pegs and car 54, where are you?

WNYC's Soterios Johnson speaks to Andrew Ingall, who coordinates the national Jewish archive of broadcasting.

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