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We’re Back! Sim Shalom Online Synagogue will be back live for the High Holidays this year! – WFMZ Allentown

| July 21, 2021

NEW YORK, July 20, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --Rabbi Steven Blane will once again lead his Jazz Quartet for High Holiday Services at the iconic Bitter End in the West Village on Rosh Hashanah Tuesday, Sept. 7th, and Yom Kippur Thursday Sept. 16th at 10:30am

Eaters Guide to Dining and Drinking in Montreal – Eater Montreal

| July 21, 2021

Easily the largest French-speaking metropolis in North America, Montreal is a cultural junction and its wide array of food, from poutine to fine French cuisine, reflects that. From internationally famous restaurants to low-key neighbourhood haunts, this guide will direct you to the best Montreal has to offer. With the obligatory maple reference out of the way, lets clear something up: Montreal is not France

NEW AND NOTEWORTHY This Summer Around NYC – Broadway World

| July 21, 2021

Restaurants all around New York City are re-opening and many are starting exciting new initiatives for guests to experience. We have gathered some for our readers

This isolated Syrian community straddling the Israeli-Lebanese border is a culinary gem – Haaretz

| July 21, 2021

Muna Fatali places a frying pan over a gas flame and adds a few drops of zibde (butterfat), which she made herself by churning the fatty part of the milk. The moment the butterfat starts to sizzle in the hot pan, a delightful aroma pervades the room

Tess Gerritsen Still Prefers to Read Books the Old-Fashioned Way, on Paper – The New York Times

| July 21, 2021

Do you distinguish between commercial and literary fiction? Wheres that line, for you?

Woman Smashes Windows Of Brooklyn Yeshiva With Hammer: Cops – Patch.com

| July 21, 2021

BROOKLYN, NY The state's Hate Crimes Task Force has been called in to investigate an attack on a Brooklyn yeshiva earlier this month, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Yael Bartana on the Politics of Collective Redemption – frieze.com

| July 21, 2021

In early 2020, as the first COVID-19 lockdowns were announced, social-media channels were filled with stories about natures resurgence: dolphins in the Venetian lagoon, wild boar swarming Haifa and Barcelona, Elephants ambling through a remote Chinese village. With humans locked in, the world appeared to be healing itself. That many of these stories turned out to be fake didnt seem to matter

Touro Synagogue Foundation will present a free, virtual concert of Sephardic music by Gerard Edery on July 25 – What’sUpNewp

| July 21, 2021

Touro Synagogue Foundation, in association with Congregation Shearith Israel in New York, will present a free, virtual concert of Sephardic music by Gerard Edery on Sunday, July 25 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time, to be streamed live via Zoom.Treasures of Sephardic Song is the third in this years Judah Touro Series of virtual programs and has been made possible through a generous grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation

Now is the right time for a law of return for Italian anusim Jews – thejewishchronicle.net

| July 21, 2021

It was more than a decade ago when Rabbi Stephen Leon, rabbi to the Bnei Anusim in the American southwest, introduced a resolution at the Conservative movements convention that would have a lasting impact on Judaism worldwide. Rabbi Leon believed that mainstream Judaism had an obligation to welcome the descendants of Spanish Jews who had suffered persecution during the Inquisition. Back then no one could have predicted the turn of events that Rabbi Leons resolution would have

Fashion Podcaster Accused of Antisemitism: ‘I Owe the Jewish Community an Apology’ – Jewish Exponent

| July 21, 2021

Recho Omondi, right, pictured in 2016, was accused of antisemitism for calling Leandra Medine Cohen, pictured in 2020, a Jewish American Princess.


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