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  • Sharing His Painful Holocaust Story Has Been Therapeutic, Rabbi Says

    Sharing His Painful Holocaust Story Has Been Therapeutic, Rabbi Says
    WEST HARTFORD — When Rabbi Philip Lazowski's mother pushed him from a second-floor window of the Kino movie theater in the Polish town of Zetl in August 1942, she had some important words for him. "She told me, 'I want you to be somebody and...
  • Israel deploys more police after Palestinian rams van into crowd

    Israel deploys more police after Palestinian rams van into crowd
    In a fresh outbreak of violence in Jerusalem, one person was killed and at least a dozen others were injured Wednesday when a Palestinian man rammed his vehicle into pedestrians at a light-rail stop. According to witnesses, the driver of a white van...
  • 'Rainbow Magic' to fly into Symphony Hall

    'Rainbow Magic' to fly into Symphony Hall
    Join the fairies who represent the seven colors of the rainbow when "Rainbow Magic Live" comes to Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown on Sunday. Best friends Rachel and Kirsty help their colorful fairy friends hunt for magical moonstones and tackle...
  • Classical music: Beethoven, more from Alexander String Quartet

    Any string quartet approaching its fourth decade would be expected to boast a wide repertoire, yet the enormous span of composers the Alexander String Quartet has embraced is almost beyond belief. It has recorded not just one, but two complete sets of...
  • Rich man, pore man

    Rich man, pore man
    Bryan Drury's oil painting "Tracey" exposes every facial flaw belonging to his subject, an affluent Dallas woman: the gray roots; the high, sunken cheekbones cloaked with mascara; the collagen-puffed lips; and taut, shiny skin. Drury's "Jann" is an...
  • Jerusalem remains tense as Netanyahu calls for restraint

    Rainy days in Jerusalem haven’t doused the heightened emotions that continue to flare around the contested city, where the Temple Mount has been reopened to visitors but restrictions remain imposed on Muslim worship and leaders strain to keep a...
  • Standing in solidarity

    More than 200 people attended a recent solidarity service for persecuted Christians in the Middle East at Temple Beth El in Hollywood. The Jewish Federation of Broward County, the Broward Pastors' Network, and Temple Beth El co-sponsored this service....
  • Re-imagining Israel education in congregational schools

    Congregations throughout Miami-Dade County have learned innovative ways to integrate Israel into educational curriculum. The Center for Advancement of Jewish Education in Miami and the iCenter, a national Israel education organization, recently kicked...
  • Concert to commemorate Kristallnacht anniversary

    Classical musical string quartet Amernet team with Cantor Daniel Gross of Detroit in an evening of Jewish liturgical music to commemorate the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht Nov. 9 at Bailey Hall at the Davie campus of Broward College. "One of the...
  • Milgrom highlights JCS programming at FAU

    A lecture/slide presentation at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 16 by Miami author Genie Milgrom, titled "From the Spanish Inquisition to the Present: A Search for Jewish Roots," will kick off the 2014-2015 programming of the Jewish Cultural Society (JCS) at...
  • Tucker film to debut in South Florida

    On Nov. 7 in South Florida, Menemsha Films will launch the U.S. theatrical release of "The Outrageous Sophie Tucker." The documentary is about Sophie Tucker — who rose from an immigrant Eastern European Jewish family to become one of the country's...