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Thinking, writing, reworking and rewiring in the likes of Rube Goldberg
How do you do anything Rube Goldberg-style? A Philadelphia exhibit through January shows how. (Hint: make what seems simple quite complicated.)
‘A Night of Heroes’: Celebrating Israel and the IDF at 70
The stars of the evening hosted by the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces were the 30-plus IDF soldiers and officers with uniforms and berets representing various military branches and units.
No better gift: Organization makes strides in bone-marrow donation and research
At a New York event to highlight the cause, the heroes of the evening were the donors and recipients. Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson were also honored with the Partners for Life Award, which recognized their decade-long commitment to Gift of Life’s mission.
Philanthropist Ron Lauder advocates a level playing field in soccer and sports in general
Working with Chelsea Football Club and others, an ambitious new initiative called “Red Card for Hate” aims to promote a global dialogue to combat all forms of animosity and bias in sports.
High Holidays 2018
Rabbi works to make Jewish life more accessible for deaf community
The whole point of services—the experience—is so that a deaf person doesn’t feel like he or she is catching up or totally lost in prayer.”
The worldwide work of saving cemeteries and honoring the Jewish dead
The ESJF was founded in 2015 to protect Jewish burial sites in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly in places where Jewish communities were wiped out during the Holocaust. So far, it has placed fences around 102 Jewish cemeteries in six European countries and conducted mass field surveys of sites.
Play ball! In Israel! With some hard-hitting American Jews
A new film, “Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel” introduces the players, the crowds and relives the story of Team Israel’s dramatic, if not miraculous, run in the World Baseball Classic.