May 26, 2019

Community

After losing their home in the Camp Fire in Northern Cali, this couple had to put their dreams and Hanukkah planning on hold. 
Everyone celebrates Hanukkah with rituals. Candles are lit, prayers recited, gifts exchanged, dreidels spun, gelt counted
The concept of fake news started in part as a way to help people convey conspiratorial stories, such as Hillary Clinton running a child sex
As I write this story, 77 people have died in the recent California fires and nearly 1,000 are unaccounted for.
After 10 years as executive director for nonprofit Clergy & Laity for Economic Justice in Los Angeles, Rabbi Jonathan Klein resigned amid
In the aftermath of the Woolsey Fire, the new normal for those who have been able to return home, and actually have a home to return to,  
As the death toll and damage estimates continue to rise from the Camp Fire in Northern California, Jewish organizations are scrambling
In the wake of the Woolsey fire, the Kletter family evacuated its Malibu home and tried to check into a hotel in Santa Monica.
Jewish community leaders attended an online briefing to learn about the impact of the Woolsey and Hill fires
The love and affection for a most unlikely heroine — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — apparently knows no bounds. 
Given their growing tech ecosystems, it seems only natural that Israeli startups and Los Angeles’ Silicon Beach should come together
Sam Grundwerg, who officially finished his term on Nov. 15, said he chose to leave early so his three teenage children  
As the fires continued to rage through Southern California, members of the Jewish community took to social media to share their thoughts
When the Kletter family evacuated their Malibu Canyon home Nov. 10 due to the Woolsey fire, they expected to return there shortly thereafter. 
The Jewish community has been reeling from the Woolsey wildfire in Malibu, Thousand Oaks and nearby areas,
Lindsey Cooper and Laura Berman’s wedding plans on Nov. 10 at Point Dume Beach near their Malibu home, literally went up in smoke.
On Sunday morning, Yuri Hronsky Head of School at Ilan Ramon Day School in Agoura Hills had to briefly step away from a phone
The Jewish Education Project, that empowers leaders and educators, hosted a webinar titled “Responding to Pittsburgh: Helping Jewish Children
A mass shooting during College Night at Borderline Bar & Grill, a Country Western dance bar in Thousand Oaks, left 12 dead, including a Ventura County Sheriff Sergeant.
While the L.A. community has come together to honor victims, parents are asking, “How do we talk to our children about this terrible tragedy?”  
David was very social in some respects and, at the same time, private and shy. Phone calls with him always started with “Hey, Michael, the
More than a decade ago, Israeli-born Shoham Nicolet arrived in Los Angeles with a dream. A former lieutenant in an elite Israel
In the wake of the Oct. 27 Pittsburgh synagogue shootings, Los Angeles Councilman Paul Koretz has called for the creation of a “faith-based
When Shalhevet High School welcomed students and families from around the country for its five-day Steve Glouberman Basketball Tournament
There was already a line of people waiting to vote in the midterm elections at the Burbank Youth Center at 6:45 a.m. on Nov. 6.
A 17-year-old who came up with an innovative way to connect teenagers with Holocaust survivors has received a $1,500 grant for his project
Milken Community Schools middle and high school students recently gathered under a large canopy in the rear of the middle school campus and
At the outbreak of the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Noam Gershony was serving in the Israel Defense Forces as an Apache helicopter pilot
During a recent appearance at Valley Beth Shalom (VBS) in Encino ahead of the Nov. 6 election, Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox
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