What’s Nu

What’s Nu? December 2019

Posted on: December 2, 2019 | 4 Kislev 5780 by Rob Golub

All invited to rabbi welcome dinner All are invited to welcome Rabbi Pinchas Yehuda Levin – spiritual leader of Congregation Anshai Lebowitz – to the Milwaukee area and enjoy a communal celebration dinner (kashrut observed) on the last night of Chanukah, Sunday, Dec. 29, at 5 pm. Event to take place at Congregation Anshai Lebowitz, […]

What’s Nu? Nov. 2019

Posted on: November 1, 2019 | 3 Heshvan 5780 by Special to the Chronicle

Local immigrant project collected 500 pounds In just two weeks, Congregation Shalom collected two U-Hauls worth of needed items for migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. Donations included 500 pounds of clothing, with 1,300 pairs of socks, 217 coats and 66 backpacks. The coats are needed because some migrants are on their way to colder climates. […]

What’s nu? October, 2019

Posted on: September 27, 2019 | 27 Elul 5779 by Special to the Chronicle

  In theater: Hasidic man’s role in death “Fires in the Mirror,” a play about a Hasidic man’s role in the death of a black child, runs though Oct. 13 at the Milwaukee Chamber Theater. In the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn in August of 1991, a Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing a […]

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Posted on: August 26, 2019 | 25 Av 5779 by Special to the Chronicle

Chronicle staff Kenosha synagogue: ‘Close the Camps’ Beth Hillel Temple of Kenosha held a vigil Aug. 10, 2019, as part of a nationwide “Close the Camps” weekend co-sponsored by T’ruah, a New York-based group devoted to “the rabbinic call for human rights.” More than 50 vigils and other events were held around the United States, […]

Whats Nu? August, 2019

Posted on: August 2, 2019 | 1 Av 5779 by Special to the Chronicle

Teens welcome at BBYO events Have you got a teen looking to connect with the Jewish community? BBYO-Wisconsin Region is hosting two events for prospective teens. For teens and families, the Jewish youth group is holding a “Kickoff Cookout” on Sept. 2, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. For teens only,the group is headed to Action Territory for […]

What’s Nu, June 2019

Posted on: July 3, 2019 | 30 Sivan 5779 by Special to the Chronicle

CQ: Laeh Chronicle staff Laeh McHenry art show A retrospective art show, “Visual Ideas from a Life Long Lived,” with the works of Laeh McHenry, is on through June 29, 2019. It is offered at the Frank L. Weyenberg Library, Mequon, 11345 N. Cedarburg Road. Edelman creates Negev-inspired sculpture for Ben-Gurion University Artist Richard Edelman has […]

Whats nu, July 2019

Posted on: July 3, 2019 | 30 Sivan 5779 by Special to the Chronicle

Local composer wins international competition Out of 800 entries for the Best Composition/Score category, Penny Corris ­— a local composer from Hartland, Wisconsin — received first place in an international music competition. The competition, The Artemis Women in Action Film Festival, took place in Hollywood, California during April 24-27, 2019. Corris, a classically trained composer […]

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Posted on: May 24, 2019 | 19 Iyyar 5779 by WJC Staff

Jewop takes second place at competition University of Wisconsin – Madison’s culturally Jewish a cappella group, Jewop, won second place at a national a capella competition in Washington, D.C. The National Collegiate Jewish A Cappella Competition Kol HaOlam was held at Adas Israel Congregation in Washington D.C. on March 2. In November, Jewop put together an audition […]

What’s Nu? March 2019

Posted on: March 25, 2019 | 18 Adar II 5779 by Special to the Chronicle

Conservative educators attend conference Two of Wisconsin’s Conservative Jewish educators attended the annual Jewish Educators Assembly Conference: Jennifer Saber, education director of Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid in Glendale and Beth Copelovitch,  education director at Beth Israel Center in Madison. The Jewish Educators Assembly, the professional organization of educators in the Conservative movement, held the […]

What’s nu? March, 2019

Posted on: March 6, 2019 | 29 Adar I 5779 by Rob Golub

Swipe Out Hunger helps college students About one in five college students regularly skip meals, according to Swipe Out Hunger, an organization that is tackling food insecurity on campus. This number is growing as students are prioritizing other costs associated with college over food. Swipe Out Hunger encourages college students to donate unused funds or […]