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Words, like sticks and stones, can hurt us – The Jewish Star

| August 26, 2020

By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb For many of us, the first pieces of wisdom we learned were from nursery rhymes and schoolyard jingles. Sometimes these childish lessons had value, but more often they were off the mark and had the effect of distorting a truer perspective on life.

Here’s a list of fall festivals that are canceled or will be virtual due to COVID-19 – Corpus Christi Caller-Times

| August 26, 2020

South Texans will celebratefalla little differently this year. As COVID-19 continues to vexthe region, many festivals and events have opted to cancel or transform the celebration into a virtual event to keep the community safe. Here's a list of fall festivals and events that will be canceled, ongoing or virtual in 2020

Love and Courage, or On Being a Literary Editor in Today’s Istanbul: A Conversation with Mustafa evikdoan and Mehmet Erte – lareviewofbooks

| August 26, 2020

AUGUST 26, 2020 ISTANBUL HAS BEEN a hub for literary publishing since the late-19th-century Tanzimat era. But what does it mean to be a literary editor in Istanbul today? I sat down with Mustafa evikdoan and Mehmet Erte to address this question, among others.

15 women from York County’s past who influenced, inspired and created change – York Daily Record

| August 26, 2020

The York Daily Record will host discussions through Facebook live regarding York's racial history, pursuit for change, and opportunities for youth.

Prerecorded services, backyard worship, a drive-in: High Holidays during a pandemic – The Jewish News of Northern California

| August 22, 2020

The most sacred Jewish holidays are approaching, bringing with them the longest and most well-attended services of the year. Even in the best of times, a congregations intensive preparations for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur take months. But this year, there is no road map for those preparations, which are dominated by the mortal threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

This weekend, the Netanyahu family is set to decide if Israel is going to election – Haaretz

| August 22, 2020

The decision to send Israel down the rabbit hole of a fourth general election in a year and a half could come this weekend, either at the prime ministers residence or at his private home in Caesarea, when Benjamin Netanyahu sits down with his darling wife and eldest son. Some might say this is imprecise: When two people constitute a majority, the third person is just sent to do the job

When You’re Outnumbered: Lessons from Two British Masters of Irregular Warfare – War on the Rocks

| August 22, 2020

A British nudist who liked to give press briefings wearing only a pith helmet and boots and a dapper Scotsman partial to wearing kilts with his dress uniform in contravention of Army regulations have much to teach modern military strategists. During World War II these two British officers, Orde Wingate and Colin Gubbins, developed inventive applications of irregular warfare in high-intensity conflict against peer competitors. Their innovations provide constructive lessons for the U.S.

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will reopen to the public this month – Crain’s Cleveland Business

| August 12, 2020

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood has set its plan for reopening to the public, with new hours and pricing, and enhanced safety measures. The museum, which has been closed since March as a result of the pandemic, announced that Sunday, Aug

Kazakhstan adds Chabad leader’s grave to its list of national heritage sites – Jewish News

| August 12, 2020

The government of Kazakhstan added the gravesite of Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, a leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement, to its list of national heritage sites, a U.S.

Learn to spot a fake photo and see gas giants in the solar system: Valley Views – cleveland.com

| August 12, 2020

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio -- We have all seen those seemingly fantastical photos posted on social media.


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