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January 27, 2017  RSS feed
Premier work more than surface deep

As Tampa artist Ron Francis stood proudly beside his large, striking installation prominently displayed near the entrance to the new Bryan Glazer Family JCC, he was asked how long it took to make it.  “My whole life,” he quipped.  More...

Student’s memory lives on aboard boat, the first owned by a college Hillel

Eckerd College in St. Petersburg has become the first Hillel to own a boat.  Members of the Hillel of the Florida Suncoast’s Scubi Jew diving club set sail for the first time on their newly acquired boat Ally’s Way in October and since then it has been busy ferrying divers to nearby reefs to clean up trash and debris.  More...

Eckerd to remember Wiesel with concert

Eckerd College will honor the life of one of its teachers, Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel who passed away in July, with a special concert, “We Are Still Here: An Exploration of the Holocaust Through Music and Memory,” by the Western Wind Vocal sextet.  More...

Like players, Solondz paid dues in minors before joining Rays radio team

The Daily Targum is the official student newspaper of Rutgers University. The word Targum refers to the Aramaic interpretation of Hebrew portions of the Bible, “but that wasn’t quite the reason I went there,” Neil Solondz said with a grin. More...

World News

For Jewish groups in Women’s March, many causes to fight for, long road ahead[img_assist|nid=31438|title=|desc= (L-R) Nancy Kaufman, CEO of the Nationa...
Report: Israel willing to accept 100 Syrian orphans(JTA) – Israel is willing to accept 100 Syrian refugee children orpha...
Forecast for Odessa gymnast: sunny days, chance of medal in Israel[img_assist|nid=31480|title=|desc= Moorea Linker competing on the balance ...

Culture

Author to speak at USF on Israeli water technologyLet There Be Water: Israel’s Solution for a Water- Starved World is t...
Jewish woman who spied for France behind German lines to speak hereIn 1944, Marthe Cohn pretended to be a German nurse who was traveling acros...
Heroes of the Holocaust, the Bielski brothers’ exhibit returns to museumThe Florida Holocaust Museum will present “Courage and Compassion: Th...

Obituaries

ObituariesCHARNA VIVIAN HAIMES, 90, of Sun City Center, died Jan. 12....
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