Archive for January, 2007
CSULB’s Jewish Studies Program is pleased to announce its first speaker for the Spring Semester: Rabbi David Seidenberg, who will talk on the topic of “Torah and Earth: Marrying Jewish Tradition with Deep Ecology.”
Rabbi Seidenberg will speak at the Alpert JCC this coming Monday, February 5th.
Whatever you do don’t call back a person calling you from area codes 809 , 284 and 876. It is a major scam to get you to pay massive phone bills. The cost to call is, ahem … $2,400 a minute. Yikes!
Even if they tell yoou that your mother is More >
Join the Long Beach community for this moving theatrical presentation of the courageous story of Irena Sendler, a member of the Polish Catholic resistance group, Zegota. She saved the lives of 2500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII. This imaginative, nationally acclaimed story was originally created by high More >
Beach Hillel is not hosting a Shabbat Feast this week, but we are going to be back better than ever next week, Feb 2nd for a Kabbalist’s Feast for Tu B’Shevat – complete with fruits, a seder and delicious wines and juices.
Back next week, at the Alpert JCC! Join More >
The festival represents an international array of film-making from Germany, Belgium, France and Israel. Nancy Weinberger, AJCC Program Director, describes them as Ã¢â‚¬Å“showing a diversity of Jewish experience, culture, and identities through the use of dramatic narrative, personal documentary, and comedy.Ã¢â‚¬Â Notes Arlene Lazarowitz, chair of the Jewish Studies Program More >
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Go online and look up old photos from your college days. Maybe you can help us put names to some of these faces? Just click on the old photos, and please write in the comments the More >
Camp Darfur, an interactive awareness and education event that focuses attention on the ongoing genocide in Darfur, Sudan, camp to Long Beach State December 11-12, 2007. Long Beach Hillel participated in the two day teach-in, and continued the “cookies for Darfur” campaign. Beach Hillel collected hundreds of dollars in support More >