The Rev. Rick Warren of Saddleback Church will hold back-to-back public conversations this Saturday, Aug. 16, with the two presumptive presidential\ncandidates, Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain. The conversations, on the topic of \"Compassion and Leadership,\" will be broadcast at 8 p.m. on CNN
More than 300 young professionals members of the local Iranian Jewish “30 Years After” organization gathered at a private residence in Beverly Hills late last month to encourage political activism in the community.
Bianca Khalili\'s death is just one of the recent incidents of community distress that have left many local Iranian Jews speculating among themselves, unsure of how to address violence
\"My sense is that people gathering in synagogue for all or part of the night is expanding,\" said Rabbi Mark Diamond, executive vice president of the Board of Rabbis of Southern California. \"A lot of great learning takes place in the Los Angeles Jewish community on Shavuot.\"
Young fresh Bob blows the roof off American music
The classic 1920 German expressionist black and white horror film “The Golem” gets a new soundtrack by Hollywood composer Carvin Knowles in this original JewishJournal.com video.\n\n
Iranian American Jews -- reaching out to poor and homeless in the city
Exclusive interviews with Israeli Knesset Member Ophir Pines-Paz and Iranian Jewish philanthropist Parviz Nazarian in changing Israel\'s form of government
Young Iranian American Jewish professionals discuss their involvement with a new mentoring program for teenagers in the community.
AUDIO: Iranian American Jews -- Jimmy Delshad, former Mayor of Beverly Hills
AUDIO: Iranian American Jews -- Dennis Prager and Shmuley Boteach praise local community
Southern California\'s Iranian Jews remember the life of world-renowned Iranian Jewish scholar Dr. Amnon Netzer.
Iranian Jewish members of the \"30 Years After\" organization talk about becoming more active in Los Angeles, state and national politics; featuring Assemblyman Mike Feuer and L.A. DWP General Manager H. David Nahai.
And so, my two favorite playwrights find themselves on opposite sides of a longstanding Jewish divide. \"All sound creative art is rooted in a ghetto,\" the critic Ludwig Lewisohn once wrote. Once out of that ghetto, the roots bifurcate, and we Jews have fashioned two strategies for survival. For the Mamets, salvation lies in toughness and certainty, the People of the Butch. For Kushner, our promise is in compromise and doubt.
Temple Israel of Hollywood has had many milestones in its 80 years as a Jewish cultural landmark in our city. One that bears special significance this month, however, occurred on Friday, Feb. 26, 1965 , when the synagogue\'s Rabbi Max Nussbaum welcomed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to share the bimah with him and to offer a sermon.
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