With Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha’atzma’ut, this week is Israel Week in the Twin Cities. We run down all the cool stuff happening to celebrate.
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The book meanders, dipping its toes into the waters of several theories about why people do what they believe is the right thing. The book thus attempts to be broad but lacks depth or meaning.
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We’re transforming our space into the perfect party atmosphere. You’ll enjoy foods from around the world, adult beverages, chair massages, a photo booth and games for prizes that include airline tickets, sports memorabilia and an Apple iPad.
Camp Butwin in Eagan is looking for Summer Camp Specialists – do you have what it takes?
The stories of war. Of the Holocaust. Of trauma and redemption. From the Hmong and Jewish and other communities. You’re invited. February 5th.
Don’t Miss the Twin Cities Jewish Book Fair Author Event “Myla Goldberg – The False Friend” on Thursday, January 19 at 7 pm at the St. Paul JCC!
“The False Friend” transports to all the places a book could take me, shouting its relevance way beyond the experience of Celia, now 31, looking back to her 11-year-old-self. Read the book, then come to the St. Paul JCC to hear Myla speak.
“And on the sixth day of Hanukkah, TC Jewfolk gave to me….” FREE Tickets to Yemen Blues! You have just 2 days to win. Ready… go! [FREE TICKETS NO LONGER AVAILABLE]
A bitsl of drama with Michael Wex’s “The Frumkiss Family Business.” Read the review, and hear the author speak on Saturday at the Twin Cities Jewish Book Fair’s Closing Event.
Former NBC News Tel Aviv Bureau Chief to speak at the St. Paul Jewish Community Center Sunday, August 21. You’re invited.
The 2010 Twin Cities Jewish Book Fair kicks off soon. Here’s your chance to win one of two [almost]all-access passes.
During an informal brainstorming session I asked, why not document the stories of Soviet Jews in Minnesota? A year later we have 25 hours of raw video footage and a 60-minute documentary premiering on June 8th.