The longstanding non-profit, Jewish Family Services, recently promoted Kevin Boland to vice president of programs and services. Boland joined the organization in 2018 and...
Walking through the Beit Olamim cemetery in Madison, Rabbi Renée Bauer recognizes a few names of those who died – often too young –...
Hilla Shapira's ripstop sukkah survived the record rainstorm unscathed.
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Some are currently staying at government shelters, others at schools and homes of other community members, or rented homes paid for by nonprofit groups.
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The German-born scholar, who died Monday at 96, pioneered feminist ideas in Israel in the early 1970s when there were only a handful of women doing such work.
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The USPS says the new stamp honors "an American icon."
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Weissman shared the prize with Katalin Kariko, his Hungarian-born research partner at the University of Pennsylvania.
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The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts tells the story of Yiddish culture as a global, modern movement.
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