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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...
  • Help for Middle East Christians

    American Christians have been slow to the point of near silence when it comes to speaking out about the atrocities committed against their fellow believers by the Islamic State in Iraq (ISIS). The Jewish people are much better models in solidarity when...
  • Israel announces plans for new construction on disputed land

    Israel announces plans for new construction on disputed land
    After breaking for a turbulent summer, Israel’s parliament reconvened Monday for what looks to be a stormy autumn session against the backdrop of tensions with the United States and Palestinians, exacerbated by new plans for construction on disputed...
  • NCJW honors activist member

    NCJW honors activist member
    The National Council of Jewish Women SE Atlantic Section hosted its annual luncheon and boutique on Oct 20 at the Boca Marriott in Boca Raton despite a 30-minute blackout that didn't hamper spirits. More than 135 attendees turned out to honor Delray...
  • Film defends Holocaust history

    More than 100 people recently crowded Temple Anshei Shalom in Delray Beach to view local filmmaker Beach Richard Bloom's latest documentary, "Defending Holocaust History." The film discusses the rise of the latest anti-Semitism movement coming out of...
  • 'Love at first sight' lasts 86 years

    Dr. Bernie Metrick, of Boca Raton, was very much looking forward to celebrating his 75th "diamond" wedding anniversary with his wife, Irene, last Tuesday (Oct. 21). Part of the celebration was to include a special Kiddush on Saturday, Oct. 18 at B'nai...
  • Golf tournament to benefit IDF

    A great day of golfing fun and camaraderie for a great cause — with great prizes, giveaways and food — is what's planned for the annual Golish Financial Group Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, Nov. 17 at the Boca Lago Country Club (8665 Juego...
  • Jews in Turkish town face extinction

    Jews in Turkish town face extinction
    For 2,300 years, Jews have been a part of Antakya, Turkey. Today, only 17 remain. The youngest is about 60. The exodus, which began in the 1970s as Jewish residents fled violence and political upheaval, has continued as the militant Muslim movement of...
  • Cartoon caption contest set

    Aspiring cartoon caption writers are invited to submit their captions to a cartoon of two men on a desert island by The New Yorker's Cartoon Editor Bob Mankoff, with the winner to be named by Mankoff at a lecture at Congregation B'nai Israel in Boca Raton...
  • Violinist performs music and mitzvot

    Despite his reputation by classical music critics as "the world's greatest living violinist," Jewish violinist Joshua Bell wants to be regarded for his humility more than his fame. Bell will demonstrate his charm when he performs in concert at Broward...
  • Kronish kicks off 'Insights from Israel'

    Rabbi Ron Kronish, the founder and director of the Interreligious Coordinating Council (ICCI) in Israel, gave a lecture titled "The Other Peace Process: Interreligious Dialogue in Israel in the Service of Peace" at B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton...