The record is mixed. They are no panacea, but they sometimes benefit participating congregations -- at least temporarily -- by attracting newcomers, energizing existing members and perhaps forcing...
David Landau, Haaretz editor and JTA’s longtime Israel bureau chief, dies at 67
In first, expat author Ruby Namdar wins Israel’s leading literary prize
Reporter who broke Nisman story in Israel insists Argentine gov’t pursued him
Netanyahu’s planned speech roils Jewish lawmakers, pro-Israel community
Survivors relive horrors of ‘model ghetto’ Theresienstadt
Survivors return to Auschwitz determined to share their stories
A New Year for trees, Israeli and Palestinian
Walking in, and then out of a concentration camp
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Tag: Richard Greenberg
August 31, 2006 | 8:00 pmSynagogue transformation programs exude good intentions, but do they actually work?
August 31, 2000 | 8:00 pm
March 30, 2000 | 7:00 pmAt one point in Richard Greenberg's new play, "Everett Beekin," scheduled to premiere at South Coast Repertory (SCR) in September, a Jewish New Yorker arrives in Orange County and is perplexed by the efficiency, the serenity, the friendliness of the natives. "I don't want to mark...