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By Jewish Lives Biography Series
New Biography of Leonard Bernstein is accompanied by lively book trailer in which author Allen Shawn and his brother, actor Wallace Shawn converse about the many facets of Bernstein's life and music.

By Amy S.F. Lutz
AMY S.F. LUTZ, author of “Each Day I Like It Better: Autism, ECT, and the Treatment of Our Most Impaired Children” kicks-off the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s free community Meet the Author Series.

By Wisdom Tales Press
“This dreidel does not work!” the father had cried. “What do you mean?” the shopkeeper asked. “How can a dreidel not work?” It was certainly the most beautiful spinning top the shopkeeper had ever seen, with magical letters on its sides.

By JWM Productions, LLC
Albanian Film Festival Selects Acclaimed Documentary for Special Screening

By Kim Kushner Cuisine
Beautiful but Simple: The Young and Fresh Kosher Kitchen with Kim Kushner

By Echo Theater Company
A Jewish, Midwestern, Chekhovian comic drama for the 21st century

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
The Divided Heart and Real Life of King David: Rabbi David Wolpe speaks about his new book "David: The Divided Heart" at Temple Emanu-el, New York, 7pm.

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
Enrollment is now Open for Community Early Childhood Program, Religious School and new After-Care Program at South Orange Synagogue

By Beth Tehillah Vetikva (House of Praise and Hope)
For years, through translations and various interpretations, the gospel has been adjusted to include false information and information that has been changed from way that Jesus understood it and presented it.

By ANB Communications
Award-winning American author Charlene Wexler has had three short stories and a poem published on British websites this year, and two additional poems published in a recently released anthology.

By Beth Tehillah Vetikva (House of Praise and Hope)
The Biblical gospels may not be as you think! It’s time for you to know the truth. For years, through translation and miss-interpretation, the gospels have been adjusted to become watered down presenting lies and deception.

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
"BBQ & Mixology" Kick Off Event Offers Members New Ways to Rekindle Friendships and Engagement with Synagogue Community

By Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center
JCC Organizers are in Need of Local Host Families and Volunteers for Games

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
Funds from Herman Goldman Foundation and Metrowest ABLE Will Be Applied to Advanced Inclusion Training for Religious School and Early Childhood Center Staff

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
South Orange Synagogue's Teen Program Incorporates Religious and Recreational Activities

By Friends of the IDF
May 29 event to feature Schindler family archive curator, along with former Israeli defense chief and several IDF soldiers

By JCC on the Hudson
The JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown has added extra punch to their annual Community Celebration on Monday, June 2nd.   New to the day will be a mah jongg luncheon, a sports memorabilia auction, and other surprises.

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
A Conversation with Hillel Halkin (author of Jabotinsky), Rebecca Kobrin (Columbia University), and Edward Rothstein (New York Times). Moderated by Abe Socher (Editor of the Jewish Review of Books)

By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
For the 18th year, the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center/Sanford L. Ziff Campus will present its Annual Festival Yachad to South Florida audiences, with this year’s theme paying homage to “Life.”

By Waterloo Cottage Press
Waterloo Cottage Press announced today publication of “Book of Sparks: Psalms for a New World” by Efrayim Levenson.

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By Jewish Lives Biography Series
New Biography of Leonard Bernstein is accompanied by lively book trailer in which author Allen Shawn and his brother, actor Wallace Shawn converse about the many facets of Bernstein's life and music.

By Amy S.F. Lutz
AMY S.F. LUTZ, author of “Each Day I Like It Better: Autism, ECT, and the Treatment of Our Most Impaired Children” kicks-off the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s free community Meet the Author Series.

By Wisdom Tales Press
“This dreidel does not work!” the father had cried. “What do you mean?” the shopkeeper asked. “How can a dreidel not work?” It was certainly the most beautiful spinning top the shopkeeper had ever seen, with magical letters on its sides.

By Victory Rock Fellowship
[MARENGO, IL] – Justin Kron, noted speaker and representative of the Chosen People Ministries will be speaking during the morning worship service at Victory Rock Fellowship (www.victoryrockfellowship.com) in Marengo at 10 am, Sept. 28.

By JWM Productions, LLC
Albanian Film Festival Selects Acclaimed Documentary for Special Screening

By Kim Kushner Cuisine
Beautiful but Simple: The Young and Fresh Kosher Kitchen with Kim Kushner

By Echo Theater Company
A Jewish, Midwestern, Chekhovian comic drama for the 21st century

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
The Divided Heart and Real Life of King David: Rabbi David Wolpe speaks about his new book "David: The Divided Heart" at Temple Emanu-el, New York, 7pm.

By BookBuzz.net
Mental Health Advocate Linda Naomi Katz Hopes Her Book Will Help Others Survive Mental Illness Jewish mental health advocate, Linda Naomi Katz is pleased to announce the promotion of her memoir, Surviving Mental Illness: My Story.

By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
On Monday, August 4th, 2014, the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach launched a completely new, cutting edge website that will enable members and visitors to see more, and do more.

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
Enrollment is now Open for Community Early Childhood Program, Religious School and new After-Care Program at South Orange Synagogue

By Beth Tehillah Vetikva (House of Praise and Hope)
For years, through translations and various interpretations, the gospel has been adjusted to include false information and information that has been changed from way that Jesus understood it and presented it.

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
West Orange Resident Will Focus on Fostering Deeper Connections to Judaism and TSTI Community, Leadership Development during Two-Year Term

By ANB Communications
Award-winning American author Charlene Wexler has had three short stories and a poem published on British websites this year, and two additional poems published in a recently released anthology.

By Beth Tehillah Vetikva (House of Praise and Hope)
The Biblical gospels may not be as you think! It’s time for you to know the truth. For years, through translation and miss-interpretation, the gospels have been adjusted to become watered down presenting lies and deception.

By JCC on the Hudson
8 weeks into JCC on the Hudson Preschool, a dad is diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and the other parents step up.

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
"BBQ & Mixology" Kick Off Event Offers Members New Ways to Rekindle Friendships and Engagement with Synagogue Community

By Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center
JCC Organizers are in Need of Local Host Families and Volunteers for Games

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
Community, Congregants and Spiritual Leaders Enjoy Nature Hike on South Mountain Reservation

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
Funds from Herman Goldman Foundation and Metrowest ABLE Will Be Applied to Advanced Inclusion Training for Religious School and Early Childhood Center Staff

By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
South Orange Synagogue's Teen Program Incorporates Religious and Recreational Activities

By Friends of the IDF
May 29 event to feature Schindler family archive curator, along with former Israeli defense chief and several IDF soldiers

By JCC on the Hudson
The JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown has added extra punch to their annual Community Celebration on Monday, June 2nd.   New to the day will be a mah jongg luncheon, a sports memorabilia auction, and other surprises.

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
A Conversation with Hillel Halkin (author of Jabotinsky), Rebecca Kobrin (Columbia University), and Edward Rothstein (New York Times). Moderated by Abe Socher (Editor of the Jewish Review of Books)

By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
For the 18th year, the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center/Sanford L. Ziff Campus will present its Annual Festival Yachad to South Florida audiences, with this year’s theme paying homage to “Life.”

By Wisdom Tales Press
Written by Jacqueline Jules and Illustrated by Durga Yael Bernhard

By Waterloo Cottage Press
Waterloo Cottage Press announced today publication of “Book of Sparks: Psalms for a New World” by Efrayim Levenson.

By American Conference on Diversity
In collaboration Unity Productions Foundation (UPF), the American Conference on Diversity is proud to support the documentary film, Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story, to be shown at the State Theaterin NewBrunswick, NJ,on May 4at 3 pm.

By Mitzvah Organizer
New web-based Mitzvah Organizer is a comprehensive, easy-to-use B’nai Mitzvah planner that uses phones, tablets and laptops to advantage.

By Magic Island Literary Works
Award-winning writer Rosemary Mild's latest book now available nationwide

By Shalom Shore Consulting
Short stop motion Passover parody includes an online backstory for “Marvin the Matzah Ball”

By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center is known for its richly diverse Summer Camp Programming. This summer in particular will be extra special because nobody knows summer like the MAR-JCC’s Camp Sol Taplin!

By Shalom Shore Consulting
Young rabbi claims he has identified a one of the most effective personal development methods in the form of the God-oriented therapy that results in powerful personal change.

By Congregation Ahavath Chesed
Congregation Ahavath Chesed is proud to host its third annual Jacksonville Jewish Food Festival. More than 800 people attended last year’s event, and another large crowd is expected for this year’s event, which is scheduled for Sunday, May 4.

By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
Showcasing South Florida’s cultural diversity, and promoting a cultural interchange between numerous “communities”, the Michael-Ann Russell JCC will present its 4th annual Dancing with the World, International Folk Dance Festival

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
JCC Manhattan to Host Yehudah Mirsky Speaking About His Book on Rav Kook February 23, 2014 5 to 7pm Free

By Caryl Communications
Reform Synagogue in South Orange Offers Early Shabbat Services, Relaxed Atmosphere and “Awesome Onegs” as Part of Worship and Communal Life

By Editorial l'Aleph - An Imprint of Wisehouse
More African or more European… more Catholic or more Jewish… or…

By Aleh Foundation
Major Rabbinic Leaders responded with enthusiasm to the nomination of this year’s Civic Leadership Awardee!

By Jewish Family & Children's Service
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc. (JFCS), the premier local safety net social service organization, has changed its name to Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc.

By Aleh Foundation
An impressive gathering of political and rabbinic leaders took place on Tuesday night, Dec. 17, at Young Israel of Jamaica Estates.

By The Israel Forever Foundation
New York, NY, -- December 18, 2013 -- The Israel Forever Foundation (IFF) hosted 350 New York City Young Jewish Professionals on December 16th, along with Jspace.com at The Gansevoort Hotel for a discussion with the immediate former IDF Spokesperson of...

By Caryl Communications
Former Teen Leaders in Jersey Federation of Temple Youth Reconnect 30 Years Later at South Orange Reform Temple, Now Serve Together on Board of Trustees

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
Join Berel Lang, author of the new biography of Primo Levi, published by Yale University Press, together with Jewish and Holocaust studies academics, Steven Zipperstein and Nancy Harrowitz discussing the life, work, and thought of the Primo Levi.

By Five Star Publications, Inc.
Modern Jewish families who shy away from participating in the annual Passover Seder due to its typical two- to five-hour ceremony, will cheer Cass and Nellie Foster's Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah.

By David Davis - Producer
November 15, 2013 CONTACT: David Davis, 646-234-7508, LDLensemble@gmail.com; www.LDLensemble.com. The Metropolitan Synagogue is proud to present an evening of Sephardic music featuring the Ljuba Davis Ladino Ensemble.

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
Rachel Cohen's Bernard Berenson: A Life in the Picture Trade Receives Rave Reviews!

By Hollywood Book Reviews
Some people go to a building with a cross on top, some to a building with a Star of David, but author Ritch Gaiti, as described in his book The Jewolic, tells about going to the baseball game, because his belief would be symbolized by a question mark.

By St. Louis Jewish Book Festival
Festival’s 35th year offers ballet, comedy, concerts, sports & more November 3 - 17

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
The 12th book in the Jewish Lives Series is released! Available at bookstores and online in hard cover and e-book formats



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