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Fall Symposium features Jews and Gender

Fall Symposium features Jews and Gender

Leonard Greenspoon Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization, Creighton University The Thirty-Second Annual Symposium on Jewish Civilization—Jews and Gender: Tradition and Change— takes place this year on Sunday, Oct 27, and Monday, Oct. 28. Our keynote presenter, Dr.... read more
Jewish Business Leaders Hall of Fame

Jewish Business Leaders Hall of Fame

Gabby Blair Staff writer Gabby Blair Staff Writer, Jewish Press The Jewish Business Leaders (JBL) third annual Hall of Fame Breakfast will take place Oct. 23 from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Happy Hollow Club (1701 S. 105th Street). An initiative of the Jewish Federation of... read more
Young Environmental Activists

Young Environmental Activists

Sara Cohen   As global temperatures rise and record-breaking natural disasters become the new normal, individuals have naturally begun to feel powerless to the present realities of climate change. Though individual actions to reduce one’s carbon footprint are... read more

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Beverlee Katherine Greenberg Weiss Fromkin

Beverlee Katherine Greenberg Weiss Fromkin

9.27.19 Issue Beverlee Katherine Greenberg Weiss Fromkin passed away after a short illness on Aug. 31 at age 96 in Antioch, California with her daughters holding her hands. At Beverlee’s request there was no funeral or memorial service. She was preceded in death by...
Myelle Grace Shyken Rothbart

Myelle Grace Shyken Rothbart

9.27.19 Issue Beth Shyken Rothbart and Chad Rothbart of New York, NY, announce the July 29 birth of their daughter, Myelle Grace. She is named for paternal great-grandfather, Morris Endlich and maternal great-grandmother, Gertrude Pachman. Grandparents are Susie and...
Mariya “Mary” Etus

Mariya “Mary” Etus

9.13.19 Issue Mariya “Mary” Etus passed away on Sept. 6. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mira and Leonid and her brother, Mike. She is survived by her brother, Gregory; sisters-in-law Olga and Valentina; niece, Lucy and her family; and nephews: Igor, Slava,...

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