Page 11234..1020..»

Author Highlights the Horrors and Hope in the Spanish Inquisition in New Novel – Jewish Journal

| January 16, 2021

For Gil Troys review of The Poetry of Secrets, click here. In 2016, author Cambria Gordon, her husband and their youngest child left Los Angeles to take a yearlong sabbatical in Madrid

READ THIS – IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE: Now Available Locally, Revolutionary Antibody Treatment Turning the Tide on COVID – Yeshiva World News

| January 16, 2021

By: Sandy Eller With COVID rates continuing to spike, a pair of communal organizations in Flatbush are joining forces to urge those who test positive for the virus to undergo a treatment with potentially lifesaving benefits that has been approved for emergency usage by the Food and Drug Administration. Flatbush Hatzolah and the Sephardic Community Alliance have been spreading the word about outpatient monoclonal antibody infusions currently available at multiple hospitals in New York, New Jersey and Florida

Immigration, intermarriage and education making US Jewry larger and more diverse – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| January 16, 2021

Since the publication more than half a century ago of a landmark article that referenced the vanishing American Jew, its been hard to shake that idea as the dominant narrative of American Jewish life. Yet the U.S. Jewish community is the largest in the world, with an estimated 7 million Jews slightly more than Israels 6.8 million.

Twelve Things to Do In and Around Denver (and Online) This Weekend – Westword

| January 16, 2021

^ Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. In a usual year, this week in January would see a calendar filled with events connected to the National Western Stock Show and Martin Luther King Jr.

Heres the Menu for the Sandy Springs Location of Jewish Deli and Restaurant the General Muir, Now Open at Ci – Eater Atlanta

| January 16, 2021

A second location of Jewish deli and restaurant the General Muir opened over the weekend at the City Springs development in Sandy Springs. Until the health crisis ends, the restaurant will only be open Wednesday through Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m

Local filmmakers new documentary A Long Journey: The Hidden Jews of the Southwest to air on KPBS – Del Mar Times

| January 10, 2021

Oceanside filmmaker Isaac Artensteins new documentary, A Long Journey: The Hidden Jews of the Southwest chronicles the journey of the Sephardic Jews of New Mexico and the Southwest as well as the northern Mexican border town Ciudad Juarez. The documentary, which will air on KPBS on Monday, Jan. 11 at 7 p.m., examines how they found their ancient roots and returned to the Jewish faith.

The Hidden Meanings of Ladino Music and Poetry – Jewish Journal

| January 10, 2021

Fifteen years ago, when I was living in Los Angeles, I never imagined that the provocative questions I had about the hidden meanings of Ladino music and poetry would take me to working and teaching at Cambridge University, where I find myself today. My own Sephardi background and ancestry from northern Morocco were always present, propelling me in my journey

My Sweet Canary and Cloudy Sunday Streaming Globally in Commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance – The Pappas Post

| January 10, 2021

Hellenic Film Society USA (HFS) is streaming two Jewish-themed Greek films throughout the month of January to mark Holocaust Remembrance.

Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek Jewry on Jan. 21 via Zoom – The National Herald

| January 10, 2021

NEW YORK This year, the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek Jewry will be held virtually via Zoom on January 21, 6 PM EST. The event features The Good Shepherds, an exhibition by the Jewish Museum of Greece in cooperation with The American Friends of the Jewish Museum of Greece

The luck of the black-eyed peas | Vanburen | thecabin.net – Log Cabin Democrat

| January 4, 2021

If you are like most families in the south you are accustomed to the annual tradition of eating black-eyed peas on New Years Day. Thought to bring good luck, the origin of the practice dates way back. Some historians trace the practice back to its possible Jewish roots


Page 11234..1020..»