Nearly 40 of Milwaukee’s best restaurants, chefs, bakers and caterers will come together for the annual celebration of KidShare: Milwaukee’s Finest Culinary Event on May 10 from 6–10 p.m. at The Pfister Hotel, 424 E. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan said on April 11 that he’d not seek re-election and since then the field of candidates for the Republican nomination has been growing. When Ryan announced he was stepping down, his most well-known opponent for the Republican nomination was Paul Nehlen, a far-right candidate known for spreading anti-Semitic tropes. More Republicans […]
About this photo-story: Israel turns 70 on May 14, 2018, but on the Hebrew calendar, that date falls in April. Fran Assa, a Milwaukeean who winters in Israel, shot these photos over the last few months in Tel Aviv. Just look at how it has developed – Tel Aviv is a central jewel […]
OK, we admit it. This is not an exceptionally Jewish question. And yet — isn’t weather an act of G-d? We submit to you that it is dreary. Furthermore, it is snowing on and off. In mid-April. Love it or leave it?
Fifty-one teens from BBYO’s Wisconsin region attended the BBYO International Convention 2018 in Orlando, Florida. This year’s convention was held Feb. 15-19. BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement, aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences, according to a news release. The teens joined more than 5,000 Jewish teen […]
For the first time in 14 years, the Wisconsin Region has a member on the BBYO International Board. Actually, make that two members. Both from Nicolet High School. Liam McLean and Blair Wales, both Nicolet juniors, have both joined the 12-member board. McLean has been elected a grand aleph shaliach (vice president of Judaic […]
MEQUON – Rabbi David Korngold is happy with the unusual tradition that’s been handed down to him as the new spiritual leader of Congregation Anshai Lebowitz here in Mequon. It’s a tradition the native New Yorker hasn’t really seen elsewhere. Synagogues don’t typically approach the separation of men and women as Anshai Lebowitz does. […]
“I will never forget our visit to Youth Futures in the summer of 2017. I couldn’t stop crying, hearing the administrator talk about the needs of the Bedouin children and the enormous need for resources for all children in this area. “The social worker who was Muslim said when she went into some homes, she […]
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation’s Israel and Overseas committee helps make allocation decisions, utilizing funding from the Federation’s Annual Campaign. This year the committee decided to see for itself the effect our dollars have on the ground in Israel. I had the honor and pleasure of visiting five grant recipients in Israel with Rabbi Hannah […]
Idan Ben-Yitschak knew he wanted to do something unique after high school. After spending his childhood in Israel and his adolescence in Bayside, he decided he would take a step to solidify his Israeli identity. In August of 2013, he relocated back to Israel to enlist as a soldier in the Israel Defense Forces. […]