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January 15, 2016  RSS feed
Play: What if 6 million Jews were invited back to Germany?

Seventy years after the Holocaust, a German chancellor has agreed to allow 6 million Jews to cross the border into Germany as a sign of reparation. Jewish families contemplate making the move while German families debate the consequences of allowing a flood of immigrants into the country.  More...

Film Festival honors three who helped fuel growth, success

The Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary with the screening of 11 films over eight days in March, along with honoring three people who have helped make the festival successful over the years.  The films, including six award winners, will be shown at venues throughout the area from March 2-9.  More...

‘To Life’ gala to illuminate arts’ role in Holocaust memory

The Florida Holocaust Museum will honor internationally acclaimed artist Samuel Bak with the prestigious 2016 Loebenberg Humanitarian Award at the annual “To Life: To the Arts” event on Thursday, Feb. 18, followed two days later by the museum’s opening of a 70-year retrospective of Bak’s works. More...

World News

As Turkey reaches out to Israel, Jewish groups move to embrace rival[img_assist|nid=27223|title=|desc= Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, le...
In solidarity stance, French lawmakers, citizens don kippahsA French-Jewish lawmaker and his non-Jewish colleague wore kippahs in parli...
Rabbi Lila Kagedan poised to make history at Orthodox shulNEW YORK – When Rabbi Lila Kagedan spends her first Shabbat at the Mo...

Culture

Upcoming Sip & Skype programs to feature 3 female novelists[img_assist|nid=27219|title=|desc= Laura Dave |align=left|width=192|height...
Bay area group to perform ‘Cantors Cabaret’The Bay Area Cantorial Association (BACA) presents its 13th annual concert,...
Hungarian movie backed by Nazi restitution agency nominated for foreign film OscarSon of Saul, the critically acclaimed film that received funding from the T...

Obituaries

ObituaryMARCIA ROBIN HAMEROFF, 57, of Seffner, died Jan. 1....
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