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BERLIN (JTA) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel was honored by the World Jewish Congress for her role in fighting anti-Semitism. The annual Theodor Herzl Prize recognizes individuals who … more
For people with memory loss, the world can be overwhelming. Even everyday activities, such as running errands or going out for lunch can become too difficult to navigate, leaving them … more
It turns out that the majority of women experience mid-life and beyond with many unanswered questions about their changing bodies. To help disseminate much needed information on the topics of … more
On Oct. 13, National Commander Harvey Weiner met with members of the Rhode Island department Jewish War Veterans USA. He discussed his goals for the year, his vision for the future and offered … more
Goldie Greene navigates her way through a sea of aluminum walkers near the entrance to The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence, … more
Musician Alicia Svigals returns to Temple Emanu-El on Dec. 14 with her latest project, The Beregovski Suite.  Together with Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Uli Geissendoerfer, they bring … more
Armistice: A temporary cessation of war; a cease-fire.   For some of us of a certain age (and there are fewer and fewer of us), Nov. 11 – Veterans Day – will always be … more
(JTA) – The recently elected Oslo City Council is getting right to work: The Norwegian lawmakers are banning the purchase of goods and services from Israeli Jewish settlements by municipal … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – A court in Israel has blocked the sale of a letter written by an 11-year-old Polish girl who was killed in the Holocaust, following a protest by family members. Five … more
“Well, we don’t like Hitler, but at least he’s killed the Jews.” Those were the words spoken to John J. Loeb in 1945, by his classmates at the Hotchkiss School. At the … more
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