Wisconsin companies working on innovative projects have a unique opportunity: to partner with an Israeli company and receive funding. The Binational Industrial Research...
Congregation Emanu-El B’ne Jeshurun will be hosting a Singing for Ukraine concert on June 2 at 7 p.m. Community members can attend in-person...
A commitment to halacha is not contradicted by pro-choice beliefs, write the leaders of two Orthodox seminaries.
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David Klass, maker of mezuzahs and menorahs, preferred when his Manhattan neighborhood was "the Wild West."
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Sager, who led Congregation Beth El in Durham for 32 years, died Sunday at 71.
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After Russian shelling intensified last month and a rocket exploded close to the Zhytomyr home of Nina, 76, she fled for Ukraine’s Polish border. When she arrived several days later after a long trip by car with other Zhytomyr residents, Nina was experiencing severe back pain. She was directed to the Przemyśl Humanitarian Aid Center, […]
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Zachary Noah Piser spoke about how deeply he feels the role — and how he (maybe) coined the term "Jasian."
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Thursday's meeting aims to show the mayor "we are a diverse and pluralistic community," said Rabbi Rachel Timoner of Park Slope's Congregation Beth Elohim.
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