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(JTA) – Andrew Parver’s phone hasn’t stopped ringing since Sunday. That’s when Parver, the director of operations at the Hebrew Free Burial Association in New York City, put out a call … more
(JTA) — On Monday, there’s a Jewish space that hosts two Torah classes and the taping of a podcast. On Wednesday, the space offers a Jewish TV show for kids and a discussion of Jewish … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) — For the folks who monitor anti-Semitism, a pandemic-induced nightmare nearly became real this month. A Massachusetts man was arrested for trying to set off a firebomb near … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – Two Hasidic Brooklyn neighborhoods that have been hard hit in the coronavirus pandemic have seen a sharp rise in people dying at home, according to a new data … more
(JTA) – Among the many signs of summer that the coronavirus pandemic is silencing: the annual parade that draws tens of thousands of supporters of Israel to New York City’s Fifth … more
(JTA) – Mike Finesilver started attending daily services for the first time since his bar mitzvah shortly after joining Congregation Beth El in 2012. Praying every day with the same small … more
BY BEN HARRIS (JTA) – Before everything changed, Jalna Silverstein and Asael Papour were planning a wedding much like many other Jewish nuptials on the Upper West Side of … more
(JTA) — Few people have any great solutions for this difficult moment in human history, but Sudeep Agarwala is one of them. As a yeast scientist, Agarwala spends much of his time thinking … more
(JTA) — Comedian Larry David called on “the idiots out there” to stay home and watch TV in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus.David’s 90-second rant is a new … more
(JTA) — Randi Bergman isn’t sure of her Passover plans yet, but there’s a good chance she’ll be spending the holiday alone. Bergman, a 34-year-old freelance fashion writer, lives alone in … more
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