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Talmudic University Of Florida Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Yeshiva v’Kollel Bais Moshe Chaim will be holding a grand celebration on the occasion of the institution’s 40th anniversary on Sunday evening, December 7....

Chaya Aydel Seminary Hosts Women’s Yeshiva Night

The yeshiva night accommodates all levels of Jewish education.

It’s My Opinion: Saving The World, One Plate At A Time

Recently, Fort Lauderdale has been the focus of international news, and it has not been about the wonderful weather.

The Shul Of Bal Harbour To Host Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Rabbi Sacks held the position of chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth for 22 years until September 2013.

RASG Hebrew Academy Holds High School Open House

The event included a dvar Torah by student Pesach Bixon, an overview of courses, information about student life and a student panel that answered frequently asked questions from a student perspective.

It’s My Opinion: A Shabbat-Halloween Dinner

When non-practicing or non-affiliated Jews actually go to a Shabbat dinner, they want an authentic experience.

Thai Treat Celebrates 12th Year With Treat For Home Chefs

The popular Thai Treat Restaurant, now in its 12th year, serves incredible Thai food and is a favorite spot for kosher diners from all over the world.

Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial To Commemorate Kristallnacht

The program will include inspirational addresses, poetry readings, and musical performances.

EMUNAH Spin ‘n Sweat A Success

The multi-generational and multi-neighborhood turnout was treated to the challenging fitness instruction of volunteers Michelle Schucher, Mia Glick, Tali Levenson, Tamar Levine,and Atara Eig.

Florida International University To Explore Crypto-Jews

Fromm, a museum specialist and folklorist, currently serves as coordinator and assistant professor of museum studies at FIU.

OJCB Shakes Lulav And Esrog With Prisoners

Chaplain Winkler along with the other OJCB chaplains work tirelessly on a daily basis to ensure that all of the Jewish prisoners religious needs are met.

It’s My Opinion: Finally – Good News!

My eyes skimmed an article on page 1A. I was flabbergasted. I read the title again. Could it be? It had good news for the Miami Jewish community.

RASG Hebrew Academy’s Pre-Sukkot Sunday Spectacular

Students in early childhood, elementary, and middle school were treated to an array of hands-on projects to create sukkah decorations such as wind chimes, velvet posters, sand art, paper chains, and more.

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