December 19, 2018

Calendar

SAT APRIL 21 FESTIVAL OF BOOKS Writers, poets, artists, musicians and filmmakers appear at the annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books,
FRI APRIL 13 “BYE BYE GERMANY” Set in Frankfurt in 1946, this comedy-drama follows a Jewish man who recruits friends from a displaced...
SAT APRIL 7 “FLY” Interfaith and multicultural teens confront their values, identity, gender and more in “Fly,”
FRI MARCH 16 SALON SHABBAT Gary Zola, executive director at the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives,
FRI FEB 9 INCLUSION SHABBAT Join The Miracle Project and Nashuva for a special Shabbat service in honor of Jewish Disability...
SAT JAN 27 “WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT INTERMARRIAGE” In 1993, Rabbi Adina Lewittes became the first Canadian woman to be...
FRI JAN 19 SHABBAT AND HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL Celebrate Shabbat while marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day as Emmy-nominated...
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SHABBAT SERVICES FRI JAN 12 “I HAVE A DREAM” SHABBAT In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.,
FRI JAN 5 NASHUVA SHABBAT SERVICE A soulful monthly Shabbat service with the Nashuva community takes place in Brentwood. Led by Rabbi Naomi Levy,
FRI DEC 15 LATKE SHABBATKE IKAR holds a musical, high-energy kabbalat Shabbat service, followed by a communal meal. Your favorite...
FRI DEC 8 “BIG SONIA” Holocaust survivor. Grandma. Diva. Big Sonia. Director Leah Warshawski’s documentary film follows her octogenarian grandmother,
SAT DEC 2 “A NEW HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” The Angel City Chorale (ACC) performs its 24th annual holiday concert and singalong.
SUN NOV 26 BILL NYE Scientist, engineer, comedian, author and inventor Bill Nye appears in Beverly Hills as part of the Distinguished Speakers...
FRI NOV 10 RITA RUDNER Stand-up comedian and best-selling author Rita Rudner often alludes to her Jewish upbringing in her act.
SAT NOV 4 LEV EISHA SHABBAT A joyous community of Jewish women led by Lev Eisha founding Rabbi Toba August, musical educator and recording...
Reaching Across the Divide, Sukkot, and Sasha Abramsky
Amy Dresner discusses and signs her book, “My Fair Junkie: A Memoir of Getting Dirty and Staying Clean.” Growing up in Beverly Hills, Dresner had it all.
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