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June 18, 2010  RSS feed
Exhibit upsets Jewish members of ‘Landscapes’ panel

Participants in a panel discussion in connection with the opening of Israeli photographer Shai Kremer’s Infected Landscapes collection now on exhibit at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa differed on not only the exhibit, but the way to achieve peace.   More...

Flotilla fallout becomes rallying cry for U.S. Jews, as Israel calls for PR help
Pro-Palestinian activists protest outside Jewish/Israeli institutions

The last time American Jews took to the streets in significant numbers to make the case for Israel’s right to defend itself, during Israel’s war with Hamas in early 2009, rockets were raining down on southern Israel from the Gaza Strip.   More...

Area man’s website tracks Jews in major league baseball

Think “Jewish major-league baseball players.” OK, now that you’ve come up with Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg, think about, say, a dozen Jewish major leaguers playing right now. More...

No decision yet on new school

At press time, parents planning a new Tampa Bay Jewish Academy had not yet rescheduled a community rally regarding the new school.   Spokeswoman Elisabeth Dasilva said the organizing committee wants to finalize a location and other details first. Several synagogues have offered their facilities for the school.   More...

World News

Yoffie stepping down as Reform leader NEW YORK (JTA) — The longtime leader of the Reform synagogue movemen...
Meat packing exec acquitted in child labor case Kosher meatpacking executive Sholom Rubashkin was acquitted in an Iowa sta...

Culture

Holocaust Museum honors 87 teens with Anne Frank Humanitarian Awards It’s the Max Girlings and Abbey Taub of the world who may be the one...
USF to offer Sephardic studies course in July The University of South Florida Department of Continuing Education invites...
Another Jewish education option Dear editor:

Obituaries

Obituaries SYLVIA BARON, 93, of St. Petersburg, died June 14....
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