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October 20, 2017  RSS feed
Hillel Academy chooses new head of school

After a year-long national search to find a new head of school, Hillel Academy has hired Allison B. Oakes, a 20-year educator in both Jewish day schools and the public school system. Oakes will join Hillel on Oct. 30. More...

President’s Dinner headliner is polling guru

Frank Luntz, a pollster, political pundit and frequent TV news guest especially during election season, will be the featured speaker at the Tampa Jewish Federation’s 15th Annual President’s Dinner on Sunday, Feb. 25. The Federation’s signature event, the dinner will be held at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community More...

What happens now with the Iran deal

WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump has said what he wants Congress to do with the Iran nuclear deal, which he has called the worst in the world: Make it better. How does that happen? Is it possible to “fix” the deal without breaking it?  More...

Lightning honor Holocaust survivor advocate

On his first date with Irene Berger, the woman who would become his wife of 61 years, Carl Glassberg learned that Irene had evaded death at the hands of Nazis twice, and from the day he heard her story, he committed himself to making life better for Holocaust survivors More...

World News

Conservative movement reaffirms intermarriage ban, but urges welcoming all couplesNEW YORK (JTA) – The Conservative movement will maintain its ban on r...
Texas town says you can’t get hurricane relief if you boycott Israel(JTA) – A city in Texas is requiring applicants for Hurricane Harvey ...

Culture

Can cyber technology solve the Anne Frank, Raoul Wallenberg mysteries?After 70 years of studying the Holocaust, historians still don’t know...
California cantor turns prime-time rabbi with appearances on ‘Curb’ and ‘Law and Order’Kenny Ellis isn’t a rabbi....
Holocaust scholar to discuss responses of various faiths to rise of NazismThe Saint Leo University Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies will host two s...

Obituaries

ObituaryEDWARD ZACK, 98, of Tampa, died Oct. 7....
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