Archive for April, 2008
The Long Beach Jewish Community Federation and agencies invite all who wish to honor and remember to our communal gathering in commemoration of Yom Ha Shoah.
The Jewish Studies Program issued its statements about Dr. Kevin MacDonald a month ago. Since then, it has been joined by statements from the History Department, the Anthropology Department, and now the Psychology Department (where MacDonald teaches).
Here’s the new statement from Psychology Dept.
A majority of Psychology Department faculty members More >
Thanks to the generosity of the Alevy family Beach Hillel is hosting a Passover Retreat right here in Long Beach! We have a MASSIVE HOUSE with a pool, playground and sunbathing lawn.
There are boys and girls sleeping areas for the retreat. RSVP for a spot.
Lotza Matza! Get your Matza Here! Wed., More >
Dr. Sarah Schrank from the CSULB History Department will be speaking next Tuesday night at the Alpert JCC. Her topic is “Social Equality and the Artful Kabbalah: Jewish Artists in Los Angeles, 1937-1957,” and her talk will focus on the artwork and politics of two significant LA artists, Myer Schaffer and More >
You can always count of Jewish folk to ask a lot of questions, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center is no exception. If you, like many, are really frustrated with the information you have about the Democratic candidates, or are uncertain what it means to be a “presumptive Republican Candidate” maybe the More >
Rabbi Yonah heads up the 60bloggers project with Jewlicious and Let My People Sing Festival. Beach Hillel’s own Rachel Bookstein will be one of the first posters. Check out all the action at 60bloggers.com and letmypeoplesing.com
Let My People Sing’ Festival Celebrates Israel’s 60th ‘Bloggers for Israel’ Will Publish 60 Posts in 60 More >
Just another example of the deep and abiding connection of Long Beach to the state of Israel.
This Saturday night all the hip-Jews in the know will be at the J celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Alpert JCC in Long Beach. “We couldn’t have planned it”, said one anonymous More >