Our synagogue is next door to an affordable housing property for seniors, which was founded by the synagogue and the local Catholic Archdiocese. One night last week, our cantor, one of our rabbis, a couple of musicians and I went next door for their Chanukah party, which consisted...
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Rabbi Irving "Yitz" Greenberg has built a reputation as a man of letters, but not of the kind that have swirled around him lately.
In the latest volley in an escalating war of words, a majority of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council is defending Greenberg, the embattled council...