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  • Shabbat in an hour

    "Your kitchen smells just like my grandmother's!" My neighbor uttered these words with a huge smile on her face. My house, apparently, smells of grandmothers' kitchens, of childhood homes during the Jewish holidays, of favorite relatives visited long...
  • UM Hillel breaks ground on center

    University of Miami Hillel recently hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to officially begin construction on the Braman Miller Center for Jewish Student Life. UM students, trustees, donors, local and national Hillel leadership, and members of the local Jewish...
  • Opera hits a sour note

    Opera hits a sour note
    The New York Metropolitan Opera's Oct. 20 production of, "The Death of Klinghoffer" hit a sour note with the more than 1,000 demonstrators, 100 of them in wheelchairs, who turned out on opening night to stage a protest. The opera is based on the...
  • Temple website hacking part of trend

    Temple website hacking part of trend
    The Anti-Defamation League — the world's leading organization fighting anti-Semitism — recently condemned the anti-Semitic hacking of the website of Temple Kol Ami Emanu-El (TKAE) in Plantation, which took place over the first two days of...
  • Towson associate professor suspended amid voyeurism charges in D.C.

    A Washington rabbi who serves as an associate professor at Towson University has been suspended with pay by the school after being arrested and charged with voyeurism by D.C. police last week, school officials said Tuesday. Towson University spokesman...
  • After the cease fire: What's next?

    After the cease fire: What's next?
    Ever since the cease fire between Israel and Hamas — the Palestinian terrorist organization that rules Gaza — was negotiated this summer, there has been much speculation as to what Israel should be doing regarding Hamas and the Palestinian...
  • Federation's new Men's Division hosts event

    Federation's new Men's Division hosts event
    Men who care about having great times together — as well as helping the community — now have more to enjoy with the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County's new Men's Division. A sold-out crowd kicked off the men's season in high...
  • Film about Mendes to commemorate Kristallnacht

    Film about Mendes to commemorate Kristallnacht
    On Nov. 9, to commemorate the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht ("The Night of Broken Glass") — a series of coordinated attacks against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and Austria which is considered the beginning of the Holocaust — the 13th...
  • Café 95 trains JARC clients while catering to public

    Café 95 trains JARC clients while catering to public
    Gaby Gechter, 25, wasn't always allowed to use kitchen utensils as her mom figured she would hurt herself. Now, Gechter is a master potato peeler and a skilled vegetable slicer! Likewise, Carl Klein, 51, wasn't allowed to use a butter knife for...
  • Shavit, 'Timekeepers' highlight JCC schedule

    Shavit, 'Timekeepers' highlight JCC schedule
    A lecture by famed Israeli journalist and author Ari Shavit on Dec. 3 — and performances from Dec. 3-21 of "The Timekeepers," the award-winning drama by Dan Clancy — highlight the 2014-15 Sylvia & Jerry Wolens Calendar of Cultural Arts...
  • Police search Towson U office of rabbi

    Police searching the Towson University office of a prominent Georgetown rabbi accused of secretly recording women in a ritual bath found a backpack with an assortment of tiny cameras hidden in everyday household objects, including a computer charger, a...