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Divrei Chizzuk During the Time of Corona – Touro College News

| April 2, 2020

Divrei Chizzuk During the Time of CoronaInspiration from Members of the Touro Family April 01, 2020 As all Americans face the unprecedented challenge of the coronavirus pandemic, the Jewish community has the added stress of the upcoming Pesach holiday, a time normally shared with family and friends that many of us must now celebrate quietly and alone. In this series of videos, noted lecturers and rabbis from across the Touro family provide inspiration, chizuk and Pesach resources to better help you and your family remember hope during this bewildering time.

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (4/1/20) – NJ.com

| April 2, 2020

Due to the coronavirus shutdown, Carolyn Dorfman Dance has had to postpone its May 2 Performance and Gala Benefit at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, but still has devised a way to keep its patrons on their toes. The Union-based dance company has begun offering free Together! contemporary modern dance technique classes via Zoom from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays.

Canada adopts May as Jewish Heritage Month

| March 31, 2020

From now on, May will be Canadian Jewish Heritage Month across the country. The bill proclaiming the annual event passed third and final reading in the House of Commons on March 28. The vote was unanimous

Lawsuit Accuses Humboldt County Judge of Drunkenly Attacking an Attorney, Throwing Him Off a Boat, and Says County Employees Tried to Cover It Up -…

| March 31, 2020

In an incendiary lawsuit filed earlier this month, an attorney with the countys Public Defenders Office accuses Humboldt County Superior Court Judge Gregory J. Elvine-Kreis of verbally and physically assaulting him during a Memorial Day celebration at Shasta Lake last year.

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/31/20) – NJ.com

| March 31, 2020

While venues remain closed throughout the state, theres one venue -- the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities in Cape May -- thats never going to open again.

We created beautiful environments in those restaurants. Its hard to capture that in a paper bag. – Jewish Journal

| March 27, 2020

For restaurants and the people behind them, COVID-19 has been a wrecking ball.

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/26/20) – NJ.com

| March 27, 2020

Heres a rundown of arts and entertainment events that have been canceled or rescheduled throughout the state to date. STATEWIDE Rutgers University announced all public events scheduled at the university through the month of May are suspended, including Rutgers Day and commencements at all campuses. Visit rutgers.edu for more information.

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/24/20) – NJ.com

| March 25, 2020

Well gladly refund your money, but Adding to the sting of not being able to present their spring season productions, nonprofit and not-for-profit professional and community theaters throughout the state are faced with scripting ways to deal with the loss of box office revenues. Many are relying on patrons who have bought tickets to now-postponed productions to donate their ticket cost instead of asking for refunds.

Coronavirus in New Jersey: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (3/23/20) – NJ.com

| March 24, 2020

STATEWIDE Rutgers University announced all public events scheduled at the university through the month of May are suspended, including Rutgers Day and commencements at all campuses. Visit rutgers.edu for more information.

It’s time to ask: What happened to Israeli left? – The Jewish Star

| March 24, 2020

By Caroline Glick Knesset member Ofer Shelah of Israels Blue and White Party is the architect of his partys current efforts to form a government with the support of the Joint Arab List. If Shelah succeeds, he will have formed a radical, post-Zionist minority government entirely dependent on 15 Arab lawmakers, who reject Israels right to exist, just to stay afloat. As Shelah blazed forward in his efforts, political philosopher Yoram Hazony recalled an earlier bid by Shelah to force the public to accept post-Zionist positions hostile to the very right of the Jewish people to self-determination


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