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  • Cantorial prodigy joins new congregation

    After seeing the musical "Fiddler on the Roof" at the age of six, Jonathan Angress told his parents he wanted to play the violin. He went on to master the instrument. As a youngster, Angress, who grew up in North Miami Beach, often davened from the...
  • Local Chabad services seniors

    Chabad of Downtown Coral Gables has filled the religious needs of the Jewish seniors living in a nearby luxury retirement community in Coral Gables for almost a year. The Chabad has serviced The Palace of Coral Gables, where Jews make up 65 percent of...
  • Survivor pours out heart in Holocaust poetry

    Doris Mehl couldn't talk about the Holocaust for 35 years. Then one morning in 1980, she awoke and began writing poetry. "I poured out my heart for weeks," the 88-year-old survivor and Sunrise resident said. The words, both angry and poignant, would not...
  • Integrating Israel education in Jewish day schools

    A new initiative will aim to improve Israel experiences and education in Jewish day schools. The iCenter, a national Israel education organization, has launched "iNfuse: Israel Education in Day Schools." Six day schools from across North America have...
  • Grant aids local Holocaust survivors

    Thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors live in the South Florida area, although their numbers dwindle with each passing year. After having survived one of the darkest periods in human history, many area Holocaust survivors find themselves in dire...
  • Good old summertime –– chapter one

    As the good old summertime approaches, I begin to reminisce about good old summertime in the good old days when I was still a kid in Brooklyn. Because those were the days, when summertime "usually" meant no more teachers, no more books … time to...
  • Award winners highlight DKJA graduation

    Twenty-five proud members of the Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School at Donna Klein Jewish Academy received their diplomas on June 1, representing the largest graduating class since the high school's first class in 2002. The ceremony took...
  • Why we celebrate the Fourth of July

    Recently we honored our 70th Anniversary of D-Day. This week we will be celebrating July 4th, Independence Day. How many of our younger generation have any idea what these two days stand for; their significance? I asked a few of my young neighbors; "no...
  • Leonard Bernstein's daughter speaks at FAU

    Jamie Bernstein, daughter of the iconic composer Leonard Bernstein, spoke at an intimate gathering at Wimberly Library at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton on Saturday evening June 21. The event, titled "An Intimate Conversation with Jamie...
  • JFN helps funders select Jewish causes

    Jason Arison, the chairman and CEO of the Ted Arison Family Foundation (which has a presence in Miami), was co-chair of the 2014 Jewish Funders Network (JFN) International Conference this March and appreciated the fact that this year's conference took...
  • A visitor from Amerika

    He had returned; just as he promised two years ago, the day he left us. Who could forget that day? He walked out of Shtetle Grinz at the head of a procession of friends and villagers — almost a third of the small village. They walked two miles...