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“It was soothing to see a gallery view of fellow Jews from across L.A. on a day that is defined by isolation.”
As an actress, Michelle Azar Aaron has starred as Bella in the 2009 La Mirada Theatre production of “Lost in Yonkers”; as Melinda in...
Although many view Democrats as having turned away from Israel, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) has been a consistent voice of support for the Jewish...
Emiliana Guereca, executive director of Women's March Los Angeles (WMLA) met with several large Los Angeles Jewish organizations Jan. 9 at a meeting hosted...
Moving & Shaking: Nazarians at CSUN, Pico Union Project’s Ultimate Shabbat, Bet Tzedek’s Justice Ball
Los Angeles-based Iranian-Jewish philanthropists Younes and Soraya Nazarian have donated $17 million to Cal State Northridge (CSUN), prompting the renaming of the school’s Valley...
Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills’ (TEBH) Beverly Hills Ball on May 17 honored three couples who have dedicated their lives to making the world...
In her Shabbat sermon at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills on March 10, Rabbi Sarah Bassin spoke about “showing up.” “We have all had the...
Jewish leaders around Los Angeles have begun speaking out — some more forcefully than others — against President Donald Trump’s immigration ban. And many...
Atid, the young professionals group of Sinai Temple, has named Becky Blitz the Atid Outstanding Leadership Honoree for 2016.
Leaning against the chair at a small glass table in her office, Rabbi Laura Geller exudes the energy of a meditative state.
The ninth annual Beverly Hills Purim Ball, a benefit for Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills (TEBH) held March 10 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, honored Bunni and Murray Fischer with the Humanitarian Award, Steve Ghysels with the Community Spirit Award, and Israel Consul General in Los Angeles David Siegel and Myra Clark-Siegel with the Leadership Award.
The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles has named nine initiatives the recipients of its annual Cutting Edge Grants program, intended to support creative thinkers, social entrepreneurs and innovative organizations in the local Jewish community.
Ask anybody: In Los Angeles, the Corwin name is synonymous with charitable giving. And yet, Bruce Corwin, who at 73 is the family’s current patriarch and the CEO and chairman of Metropolitan Theatres Corp. — a California-based multiplex theater chain that has been in his family for four generations — doesn’t like to be called a philanthropist.
When Diane Vanette, a leader of the social justice coalition OneLA and member of Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, appeared Oct. 13 on the bimah at Temple Judea in Tarzana and proclaimed, “We are committed to health care for everyone in Los Angeles County,” there was no question that she meant it.
For the High Holy Days this year, the Jewish Journal invited three rabbis — Rabbi David Wolpe of Sinai Temple, Rabbi Laura Geller of Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills and Rabbi Ed Feinstein of Valley Beth Shalom — to respond to a series of questions related to teshuvah, the task of making amends during the High Holy Days.
The report states that torture, abuse and malnourishment were commonplace at these homes.
"When Blacks and Jews fight one another, racists rejoice and bigots celebrate, even as the silent majority among our people mourn."
"They’re doing fine work, they work differently to us and we adapt our methods to them.”
Anti-Semitic pamphlets were also reportedly handed out.