LIVE FOOD! LIVE MUSIC! LIVE PEOPLE! – Russian and Central Asian Cuisine with Live Music
When I first started working with Moscow 57, no one could figure out exactly what I might do outside of music, but I got a sense that in moving our various projects along a bit of a pep talk might come in handy, so I sent out the following email. It was well received, and shortly afterwards, I decided that whenever I sent out some kind of related email, I should call it The Daily Nudzh. “Nudzh” is a Yiddish word meaning “a boring person, a badgering person.” I always thought it also was used to describe the particular tool with which the nudzh badgered someone else. I also know a joke when it’s a verb, as in “Don’t nudzh me!” Anyway, here is the Daily Nudzh, which had not yet been named as such.