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A poignant story in which a grandmother shares her memory of a Hanukkah night long ago when she and her family lived in a shtettl in eastern Europe. The story is told by renowned storyteller Peninnah Schram and singer-guitarist Gerard Edery.
Aired December 25th, 2004 on 90.7 FM WFUV in New York. as part of a program called "Storytellers."
The holidays are about spending time with family, but when a loved one is not near, the celebration can be dimmed. "The Picture in the Flame" is a story that draws on the Jewish tradition of Hanukkah to help drive home the importance of family during the holiday season. It's told by storyteller Peninnah Schram and singer-guitarist Gerard Edery.
Outro: "The Picture in the Flame" was performed by storyteller Peninnah Schram and singer-guitarist Gerard Edery.
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