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By Jill Bernstein Communications
The Story of a Remarkable Man and an Important Era in American Jewish History
By Chabad of Georgia
Jews from across Atlanta head to NYC on a one-day pilgrimage to Jewish New York with Chabad of Georgia. They are going on the yearly Soul Trip on September 21, a journey for renewal, understanding, and good kosher food!
Passion for high-quality kosher meats in the Hirsch family continues with the launch of NY Kosher Steaks- the first company to exclusively focus on kosher steaks
Chelsea Clinton and her new husband Marc Mezvinsky were wed this Saturday, which included a number of elements from a Jewish Wedding. Discover what the Jewish elements at the wedding were and how it represents the value of marriage in Jewish life.
By Jeff Finkelstein
Saul Schottenstein Foundation B has contributed $25,000 to the Adventure Rabbi: Synagogue Without Walls, Boulder, Colorado, in support of the organization's programs to promote Judaism.
By Strategic Book Group
Partners and Lovers report improved proximity seeking, increased levels of humor creation and appreciation, and the greater use of the humor to bond just thirty days after attending one of Rabbi Moss’ seminars.
By New Israel Media
The movie “One of the 36” is the story of a rabbi and an intellectual of a caliber unequalled to this day, describing the life of a true saint while emphasizing that every human being may achieve this same lofty spiritual fulfillment.
By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
To coincide with the Jewish High Holidays, the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center located on the Sanford L. Ziff Campus, 18900 NE 25th Ave, North Miami Beach, through its Steven Kravitz Adult Jewish Education Program, will offer two lectures
By Congregation Shirat Shalom
On Saturday, July 18, Rabbi Ora Simon Schnitzer will conduct the Shabbat service at 9:45 a.m., followed by a community Kiddush luncheon
By Vaad Hakavod Of The United States and Canada
The Vaad Harabonim of Queens, a small group of local Rabbis in Queens, New York, has been cited for its Hashgacha behavior regarding the Streit’s Matzo Company and its universally respected and revered rabbinical authority, Rabbi Moshe Soloveichik.
By Strategic Book Publishing
Wm. Edmunds writes a fascinating novel about the days leading up to the crucifixion of Christ in All Roads Lead to Zion.
By Strategic Book Publishing
Rabbi Sheldon Wayne Moss D.D., Ph.D. is no stranger to happy relationships. He built one at home with his loving wife, Barbara, with his Temple family at Beth Shalom and, last but not least, between the United States and Russia during Perestroika.
By Rabbi David Gruber
Rabbi David Gruber of Frisco, Texas, gives Jews in the heartland an alternative option to the standard synagogue based bar/ bat mitzvah. The celebration, personalized to each family, is much more relaxed and is not performance oriented.
By Connecticut Jewish Ledger
Connecticut’s “Jewish Movers & Shakers For 2008 List” Announced By The Connecticut Jewish Ledger Featuring 14 Business & Community Leaders
Rabbi Eliyahu Azulai offers enlightenment, good fortune and perhaps even a miracle in his selection of Kabbalah jewelry. Find out who the Rabbi is and what makes this jewelry unique.
By Rabbi David S. Gruber
Rabbi Gruber, unlike most other rabbis, is willing to officiate for interfaith couples, without condition. He believes that the ceremony should reflect the couple’s desires, and so he meets with each couple to carefully craft the ceremony.
By Interfaith Wedding Rabbi
50% of American Jews marry non-Jews, while only a small minority of rabbis will officiate at their weddings. Rabbi David S. Gruber of Dallas, Texas provides Jews with a vital service in this regard.