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Among Marginalized Voices at Upcoming Theater Festival: Conservatives – Heritage.org

| January 18, 2021

Succeeding in the world of theater is tough no matter who you are. But if youre a conservative Orthodox Jew, its even tougher.

The BroadsheetDAILY ~ 1/14/21 ~ State Extends, Expands Eviction and Foreclosure Bans Credited with Saving Thousands of Lives – ebroadsheet.com

| January 18, 2021

Lower Manhattans Local News Four Walls for a Few Months Longer State Extends, Expands Eviction and Foreclosure Bans Credited with Saving Thousands of Lives Above: Belongings of a homeless person. Below: State Senator Brian Kavanagh: We are delivering real protection for countless renters and homeowners who would otherwise be at risk of losing their homes

Zac Posen, Andy Cohen Explore Jewish Ancestry on ‘Finding Your Roots’ – Jewish Journal

| January 14, 2021

Designer Zac Posen and Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen learn about their Ashkenazi Jewish heritage this month on episodes of Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Both knew little about their immigrant roots other than they originated in the Eastern European Pale of Settlement in greater Russia. But forensic genealogy research reveals several generations of ancestors and some unexpected surprises.

Before Sheldon Adelsons death, his relationships soured with both Netanyahu and Trump – Forward

| January 14, 2021

Image by Getty Images Sheldon Adelson the billionaire casino magnate, philanthropist, and Republican mega-donor fractured his relationships with both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Donald Trump in the final months of his life.

Celebrate MLK Day online and in person at the reopening of Maltz Museum: Valley Views – cleveland.com

| January 14, 2021

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio -- The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage reopens to the public Monday, Jan. 18, with a celebration to honor the legacy of the Rev

Art Industry News: Financiers Are Investing Piles of Cash Into Immersive Art Centers Following Mass Layoffs in the Sector + Other Stories – artnet…

| January 14, 2021

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Heres what you need to know on this Monday, January 11.

Georgias Senate runoffs: All the Jewish drama from a charged campaign – The Times of Israel

| January 6, 2021

JTA Tuesdays two runoff elections in Georgia wont just decide control of the US Senate. Theyll also be significant symbolic wins for one or both of the polarized sides of the American Jewish community

Its being treated like a war: Israels rapid Covid-19 vaccination drive – The Irish Times

| January 4, 2021

More than one million of Israels population of 9.3 million have now received the first of two doses of the Pfizer/BioNtech Covid-19 vaccine. Politics has played a role in the countrys drive to get people inoculated against the disease, with prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who will soon face another general election, of the belief that a successful and rapid vaccination programme could lay the ground for victory

Oakland County community calendar Jan. 3 and beyond – The Oakland Press

| January 4, 2021

Business events Pontiac Chamber of Commerce hosts Fruitful Toast, 5:30-7 p.m.

This customized van is helping UK Holocaust survivors record their stories during the pandemic – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| January 4, 2021

(JTA) As one of the youngest Holocaust survivors, Eva Clarke has spent years telling the story of how her mother, weighing just 68 pounds, gave birth to her inside a concentration camp just a month before it was liberated. But this spring, as COVID-19 shut down public life, Clarkes visits to schools and community centers in the United Kingdom came to a screeching halt, indefinitely, she recalls. Earlier this month, she got a fresh audience when an RV pulled into her driveway in Cambridge.


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