Officially, the Twin Cities Cardozo Society Annual Dinner is a way to honor and thank Jewish attorneys, judges and law students for their commitment to strengthening the Twin Cities Jewish Community. Unofficially, it’s a giant schmoozefest.
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“A Federation by any other name….” St. Paul’s Jewish Federation sheds its former name for one that makes more sense, and connects it to the rest of the country’s Federation system.
Why? Because “marriage is a fundamental human right and the Minnesota Constitution should not be used as a vehicle for restricting rights and civil liberties.”
I graduated, worked, rented an apartment and bought a car. Gilad stayed 19. A soldier who was unknown suddenly became the brother of us all.
Comedian, entrepreneur & founder of JCorps Jewish social volunteering network–Teman is seriously funny & he’s coming to St. Paul Sunday.
UJFC Young Leadership Happy Hour and “Back to School” Drive at the Chatterbox. Free drink if you’re new. You’re invited.
Win a pair of tickets to hear the Israeli Mick Jagger at the Cedar Cultural Center on Thursday, March 10th.
We all probably would have been just a bit more motivated in college if turning in a paper meant the chance to: win a round-trip ticket to Israel, meet with a prominent Israeli female leader and be featured on The Jerusalem Post.
Remember those intense Torah study classes at the Talmud Torah of St. Paul or the Minneapolis Jewish Day School? Or that moving event on Israel organized by our local JCRC? Did you meet your best friend at Shabbat dinner at Hillel at the University of Minnesota? Or attend a play last year at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre? Perhaps you know someone who got their critical needs addressed by Jewish Family and Children’s Services in Minneapolis or St. Paul.
In a story of Tzedakah that makes you weep, AP reports that a Holocaust survivor who passed away this week in New York at the age of 92 bequeathed $100,000 to Hebrew University to fund medical research scholarships. But that’s not all – she was homeless. It seems that she saved every penny she owned [...]