Why Israel Will Miss Ariel Sharon

JERUSALEM – I was privileged to know, appreciate, and befriend Ariel Sharon for both before and during the years he served as Israel’s 11th prime minister. He became, through the years, a dear friend. In today’s parlance, we were on each other’s “like list.” We frequently spoke on the phone. Whenever I visited Israel, or […]

Everyday at the JCC Stories are Inspired

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Making a Jewish Home: You Are There 1950

The Indiana Historical Society has more than 40 manuscript collections primarily relating to the history of Jews in Indiana, as well the official archive of The Indiana Jewish Post & Opinion Collection, 1943–2000.[whohit]Making A Jewish Home1950[/whohit]

Shlemiel the First resurfaces and a new Porgy and Bess

“Shlemiel the First,” the joyous 1994 Klezmer musical, reappeared this past month on the New York stage for, alas, too brief a visit. This revival was the joint production of the National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene and the Theatre for a New Audience, staged at New York University’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. And […]

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