Some of the weird and wonderful vendors at the GA market place
Kidneys, Karaites, Crohn’s disease and ketubot: The offerings at the annual Jewish General Assembly's marketplace range from the ridiculous to the sublime. But it’s not always easy telling which is which.
Ken Tui is a fifth-year M.D.-Ph.D. student at Yale. He convinced his superiors at the university to fork out $1,500 for the privilege of sitting for three days under a sign that reads “Yale Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program” in what is undoubtedly the most incongruous booth at this year’s Jewish General Assembly in Baltimore.