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Top Judaism Articles

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  • Finding common ground

    An interfaith event recently took place. Coral Gables Congregational Church and Florida International University's School of International and Public Affairs and its Program in the Study of Spirituality hosted their annual interfaith lecture. The event,...
  • Local lawyer to be honored

    A local lawyer will be honored by the American Jewish Committee. Marty L. Steinberg, partner and litigation co-chair for the law firm Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP in Miami, will be the recipient of the AJC's Judge Learned Hand Award at a gala...
  • Fighting hate and bullying

    Coming on the heels of the recent deadly shooting at a Kansas City Jewish Community Center, which has been deemed a "hate crime" by authorities, the Anti-Defamation League, last week designated another South Florida High School as "No Place for Hate."...
  • American Jews must wake up to anti-Semitism of Hungary's Jobbik party

    When one in five people in a key European state votes for a neo-Nazi party, you might expect a furious response from the United States, the country that played a decisive role in defeating the Nazi menace during the Second World War. And you might also...
  • Providing Passover to the homebound

    More than 400 volunteers of all ages and from all walks of life last week prepared and delivered Passover Homebound Mitzvah packages to seniors throughout Palm Beach County, from Boca Raton in the south to the most northern edges of the county. Now in...
  • Remembering the Shoah

    Holocaust Remembrance Day will be observed throughout South Florida on April 27. Several local commemorations, candle lighting ceremonies and events will take place in Palm Beach County. "It's a day to honor the victims of the Holocaust," said Norman...
  • Howard Stern's white supremacist interview suddenly doesn't look so funny

    Howard Stern was just being Howard Stern when he booked accused Jewish center shooter Frazier Glenn Miller on his show a few years ago. And therein lies a cautionary tale, for clowns and serious news organizations alike. Part of Stern's shtick has long...
  • Gortz installed as Federation board chair

    Al Gortz has been at the forefront of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County since the documents he prepared for its founding (as the South County Jewish Federation) were signed in his law office in Boca Raton in 1979. Gortz has been one of the...
  • 'Eat to Live' author dishes on health care, nutrition, disease prevention

    While the national debate on "Obamacare" rages on past the recent March 31 sign-up deadline, bestselling Jewish author Dr. Joel Fuhrman says the "current disease care model of what we call 'health care' cannot possibly be sustained." "There is simply not...
  • Leaving something behind

    A Facebook friend recently posted a question about the meaning behind the Jewish tradition of placing stones on graves. Andrew is both a sculptor and a carver of memorials, so perhaps his question arises not only from professional curiosity but also...
  • Temple provides 'Room at Table' for members

    "The Jewish holidays and festivals like Passover are meant to be spent at home with families and friends," said Robert Silvers, senior rabbi at Congregation B'nai Israel, a Reform synagogue in Boca Raton. So when it came up at a temple meeting several...