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List of Jewish Events That Have Been Canceled Because of Coronavirus

Myriad events, including professional sports seasons, have been canceled, suspended or postponed over the past 24 hours because of rising concerns over the coronavirus....

What’s Happening: Gideon Raff, Purim Events

SAT MARCH 7 Lev Eisha Shabbat Lev Eisha’s community of joyous Jewish women prays and sings together during a soul-inspiring Shabbat. A kiddush luncheon follows services....

What’s Happening: Mehta and Mahler, Walking Tour, Musical Satires

FRI JAN 3 Zubin Mehta and Mahler Los Angeles favorite Zubin Mehta, former music director of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection,”...

What’s Happening: Hanukkah Events, YULA Comedy Night

FRI DEC 13 Beach Boys Shabbat Nearly 60 years after the Beach Boys left their South Bay hometown of Hawthorne, their beachside sounds highlight Kehillat Israel’s...

What’s Happening: Tisha b’Av and Tu b’Av Events, Shabbat Outdoors

FRI AUG 9 “Shabbat by the Shore” A seaside sunset with prayer and music highlight Stephen Wise Temple’s annual “Shabbat by the Shore” at Crescent Bay...

A Bar or Bat Mitzvah on a Budget??

I am asked this question whether a Bar or Bat Mitzvah on a budget is possible all the time and the answer is a...

Arts & Entertainment calendar: Fall 2017

FRI | SEPT 15 AMY DRESNER, “MY FAIR JUNKIE” Author Amy Dresner discusses and signs her book, “My Fair Junkie: A Memoir of Getting Dirty and...

Events in Los Angeles: Week of Sept. 14

FRI | SEPT 15 AMY DRESNER Amy Dresner discusses and signs “My Fair Junkie: A Memoir of Getting Dirty and Staying Clean.” Growing up in Beverly...

What to in Los Angeles the week of July 21-27

FRI | JULY 21 SHABBAT PICNIC Come enjoy Shabbat with Adat Chaverim, Congregation for Humanistic Judaism. Bring a picnic dinner; drinks and desserts will be supplied....

What to do in Los Angeles this week: May 12-18

FRI | MAY 12 SKIRBALL AFTER HOURS — “PAUL SIMON: WORDS & MUSIC” Partake in this rare opportunity to see the exhibition “Paul Simon: Words &...

Moving & Shaking: “Evening of Inspiration,” Suzy & Wally Marks Jr. Trailblazer Award and more

Unconditional love for Israel was in the air at the American Technion Society’s “Evening of Inspiration” on March 16. “I’m here because I’m an Israel-loving,...

Community Passover seders

MON | APRIL 10 “King Solomon’s Table” Seder Chef Akasha Richmond will prepare a Passover feast and seder to celebrate Joan Nathan’s new cookbook, “King Solomon’s...

Calendar: April 7-13

FRI | APRIL 7 ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA NETWORK SHABBAT Celebrate the end of the week with Young Adults of Los Angeles, tasting wines and food while...

Calendar: January 20-26

Celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at Kol Tikvah, with Rabbi Jon Hanish and Cantor Noa Shaashua.

Calendar: January 20-26

Celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at Kol Tikvah, with Rabbi Jon Hanish and Cantor Noa Shaashua.

8 things for Jews to do at Christmastime

Enjoy an evening of comedy featuring comedian Elon Gold. Show times: 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 p.m. $35. Laugh Factory, 8001 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. (323) 656-1336. laughfactory.com.

Calendar: December 9-15

Hear professors Steven Windmueller (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Los Angeles) and Fred Woods (Brigham Young University) discuss “Political Trends in the Mormon and Jewish Communities” at a Shabbat service and program, part of the LDS-Jewish Academic Dialogue Project.

Calendar: December 2-8

Join an intimate conversation between Gloria Steinem and Jill Soloway, two extraordinary women who have devoted themselves to changing despair into hope.

Calendar: November 25- December 1

Three art exhibitions are on display at Hillel at UCLA. “Seek My Face: The Art of Joshua Meyer, 2000-2016” features the work of Lubbock, Texas-born oil painter Joshua Meyer.

Calendar: November 18-24

The art nonprofit organization Artis, in collaboration with Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, presents the Los Angeles launch of “Staring Back at the Sun: Video Art From Israel, 1970-2012,” an exhibition that has traveled internationally.

Calendar: September 2-8

Join in the new Kaballat Shabbat gathering in Los Angeles for young Jewish and Israeli adults, ages 25-40.

Calendar: August 26 – September 1

Bring your family and friends, a picnic dinner, and come mingle with the community and all of the 16 congregations and Jewish organizations involved.

Calendar: March 25-31, 2016

Come in costume and see circus performers, play games, get your face painted and win prizes. There will also be a carnival for the younger ones in the Early Childhood Center.

Calendar: July 24-30

From rags to riches, Sophie Tucker and her big personality paved the way for performers such as Madonna, Bette Midler and Lady Gaga.

Calendar: June 6–June 12

Is this grief big enough for the two of us? That’s the issue between a gay man and a straight woman who meet to tie up loose ends after the death of the man they both loved.

Calendar May 23–29

SAT | MAY 23 NEIL DIAMOND Sweet Caroline, we’re in for a treat! An inductee of the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll...

Calendar: April 3–10

Chronicling the history of the Bible, from its transmission and translation to its impact and controversies, the traveling exhibition “Passages” features about 400 artifacts set against immersive environments like the caves of Qumran and the Jerusalem Chamber at Westminster Abbey.

Calendar: January 4–10

She’s the first female and youngest comedian to win NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”

Moving and Shaking: Janos Ader visits Congregation Bais Naftolil; Tour de Summer Camps

Traveling through Hancock Park in a motorcade on Oct. 27, Janos Ader, president of the Republic of Hungary, visited Congregation Bais Naftoli, where he participated in a breakfast held in his honor. Rabbi Avi Leibovic, spiritual leader of Bais Naftoli and executive director of Aish Tamid, introduced the program.

Moving and Shaking: Milken Jewish Educator Awards and USCJ conference

Four educators at area Jewish schools were awarded $15,000 Milken Jewish Educator Awards by the Milken Family Foundation earlier this month.

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