laughing) You sure there's not a little Borscht Belt
in there somewhere?
The Rise and Fall of the Borscht Belt
, produced and directed by Peter Davis, chronicles the history of this unique corner of American popular culture.
These Borscht Belt
characters are perhaps a little too broad, but they're charming in their cluelessness.
He had the Borscht belt
sexism and made it modern-day: "There are no women in the beat generation," he said, "just girls who have broken with their parents for the evening.
At such moments, he could be Myron Cohen in some borscht belt
deconstruction of Heart of Darkness.
Lipschultz, a borscht belt
throwback who doesn't get the students at all, says things like "that's because you're black and I'm a Jew," and even sings "If I Were a Rich Man" at a school charity event.
A few years after that I learned for a fact that crows have a well-developed Borscht Belt
sense of humor, even though the ones I observed around our house lived in Greene, not Sullivan, county.
In her, Broner, who has written extensively on Judaism, melds Spinoza and borscht belt
That he is able to bring as much out of Anything Goes and the Borscht Belt
comedy of Jackie Mason as he is from Mamet and Fo is a testament to his remarkable eloquence.
The "school" in "When Comedy Went to School" refers to the Borscht Belt
, a boot camp where comedians honed their craft without fear of failure.
A decline in rail service from Manhattan and an increase in air travel meant that by the mid-1990s, the Borscht Belt
was little more than a ghost of its former glory.
Television," he brought the tast-paced, smart-aleck world of Borscht Belt
comedy to America's goyim.
By the time the film came out, Tamiment was a memory, as indeed was much of the Borscht Belt
of Cincinnati) discusses the impact on an area emblematic of Americans' attitudes toward wilderness of New York City's water supply demands and tourism (winter sports, Borscht Belt