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March 8, 2013  RSS feed
‘Hava Nagila’ film chronicles song’s journey from shtetl to cliché

NEW YORK — You’re at a wedding or bar mitzvah, mingling at the bar or catching up with a distant relative, when you hear it — the opening notes of a familiar tune that as if by some invisible force carries you and other guests to the dance floor for the rousing dance circle ritual.  More...

Consul General: Iran could reach Israel’s ‘red line’ by summer

While the threat of a coordinated ground attack from Israel’s neighbors is fairly low, a more sinister threat looms large. Iran is making enough headway in developing nuclear weapons that it could prompt Israel to launch a military strike this summer – with or without U.S. military support.  More...

Shlock Rock to perform in celebration of Israel at 65

Musician Lenny Solomon and his Shlock Rock band — internationally known virtuosos in Jewish musical parody — will perform at this year’s countywide JCC Suncoast Israel Independence Day celebration.  More...

Cardiologist to speak at first Heart to Heart event

What better way could there be for a group of Jewish women to celebrate their new signature event – the Heart to Heart luncheon – than by inviting a very accomplished Jewish female cardiologist to be the keynote speaker?  More...

Culture

When it comes to eating local, kosher consumers are splitNEW YORK – The sun was shining over the Union Square farmers market o...
Save the self-pity, Passover menu choices aboundFor those who feel overwhelmed by Passover because of the demands of cookin...
Realist artist Philip Pearlstein retrospective at St. Pete museumImagine a young Jewish boy whose father sold eggs and chickens during the G...

Obituaries

ObituariesETHEL (WEINER) AMATO, 91, of Largo, formerly of Delray and Mattapan, MA, di...
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