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A Tale of Two Cities: Brooklyn Comes to Philadelphia Old City Jewish Art Center is featuring a local painter’s images of Chassidic life in New York News
Visitors to the Old City Jewish Art Center in Philadelphia right now will literally step into the fabric of Jewish life. Even before they walk through the door, they will find themselves within an arts-oriented sukkah, a bough-covered hut in which Jewish ...
Sure there are the Torahs and prayers, but there is also dancing, singing, tomfoolery, and snacking in the synagogue.
Only Surviving Boy Born in Auschwitz, Now 70, Puts on Tefillin for the First Time Traveling in Hungary, Chabad rabbinical students help a unique Holocaust survivor mark a milestone News
When two yeshivah students knocked on a door in the northeastern Hungarian city of Miskolc, they had no idea what was waiting for them on the other side. “We had just arrived in town the night before,” explains Mayer S. Brook, who came from Brooklyn, N.Y....
International Hakhel Event Connects Jews of All Ages and Places Tens of thousands take part in an inspiring start to a new year of Jewish connectedness News
It was a scene to behold. Over the course of 90 minutes on Sunday, some 50,000 Jewish men, women and children from cities that spanned the globe practiced a 3,000-year-old tradition with a 21st-century twist. In the book of Deuteronomy, Moses told the peo...
In the city of Berditchev, home to tens of thousands of Jews, there was but one etrog . . .
Israeli Killed in Nigeria Robbery Attempt; Rabbi Seeks Return of Body for Burial in Israel Expatriate community in Abuja mourns the loss of a dear friend News
The close-knit Jewish community in Abuja, Nigeria, is reeling from the devastating news that Nir Rosmarin, an Israeli-born businessman who was active in the community, died of a head wound while trying to flee a robbery. “He was a dear friend of ours,” sa...
Shofar in Central Park to Attract 1,000 This Rosh Hashanah Public inspiration in New York City a model for similar programs internationally News
Nestled in the leafy heart of New York City’s Central Park, the Naumberg Bandshell has been home to countless classical and popular music concerts since it was built in 1923 as part of a program to bring culture to New York’s masses. But on the first day ...
Hundreds in Estonia to Join in Public Rosh Hashanah Tradition Tashlich service enables Jews to display pride in their heritage News
In years past, the Jewish community of Tallinn, Estonia, kept a low profile, the long-term result of half-a-century of Soviet oppression and Nazi persecution. Yet come Rosh Hashanah, hundreds of Jewish people will parade through the center of this nation’...
Greek Jews, ‘An Extended Family,’ Stand Together for the High Holidays Community helps feed and support one another as Rosh Hashanah approaches News
With yet another round of surprise elections called for in Greece on Sept. 19—the Sunday between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur—one can imagine that the Greek-Jewish community will be praying with extra intensity for a sweet new year. They’ll also be lendin...
Bringing the Sound of the Rosh Hashanah Shofar to the Homebound Volunteers around the world fan out to visit those who cannot make it to synagogue News
Allan Sheff says he “will never forget” when Rabbi Leibel Fine came to his doorstep with a shofar in hand. “It was the first day of Rosh Hashanah, and I wasn’t feeling well and hadn’t been able to attend synagogue. That afternoon there was a knock at the ...
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