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  • Religious Roots, Secular Festivities: Halloween Takes A Hit In Schools

    Religious Roots, Secular Festivities: Halloween Takes A Hit In Schools
    Newington officials caused a stir recently by eliminating all remaining Halloween celebrations from elementary schools. The justification for the decision — that Halloween parties and costume parades exclude children whose religion prohibits...
  • Israeli president calls 1956 massacre of Arabs a 'terrible crime'

    Israeli president calls 1956 massacre of Arabs a 'terrible crime'
    In a landmark gesture to the country’s Arab minority, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin visited the town of Kafr Qasim to pay tribute to victims killed by Israeli troops in an incident that remains a gaping wound for Israel’s Arab citizens...
  • The holidays loom

    Henry Furhmann at the Los Angeles Times has beaten me to the punch this year with advice against the holiday cliches that any writer with a modicum of self-respect will shun. But I think I am still catching you in advance of the first ’Tis the...
  • Hadassah luncheon is a winner

    Hadassah luncheon is a winner
    The Florida Atlantic Region of Hadassah's 4th annual Summer Book and Author Luncheon sold out even before promotion. More than 200 people packed the Delray Beach Gold Club on Sept. 2 to savor a tri-salad and dessert lunch and enjoy presentations from...
  • Jewish Journal endorsement: Charlie Crist for governor

    Jewish Journal endorsement: Charlie Crist for governor
    When Gov. Rick Scott was candidate Rick Scott, the editorial board of this newspaper was nervous about him securing the state's top job. We endorsed Scott's opponent, Alex Sink, who had served honorably as the state's Chief Financial Officer and ran a...
  • Home away from home for athletes

    Home away from home for athletes
    When Sam Fishman, 15, and David Greenberg, 16, two friends from Chicago, recently came to Boca Raton to compete as baseball players in the JCC Maccabi Games, neither knew what to expect. It was the first time the two boys had participated in the Games...
  • 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...
  • Festival features Jewish-themed films

    Festival features Jewish-themed films
    "Re-Living The Holocaust: Through Their Eyes," a 52-minute documentary by the Sunrise-based Flame Society, highlights the Jewish-interest films at the 29th annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLiFF 2014), taking place Nov. 7-23 at...
  • Treblinka's last witness makes surprise appearance

    Treblinka's last witness makes surprise appearance
    The recent world premiere film screening of the emotional, moving, and powerful documentary "Treblinka's Last Witness" was followed by a surprise appearance by the star of the film. The film, produced by WLRN Public Television, screened at Olympia...