by Alan Kravitz When I was in London recently, I noticed something odd whenever I crossed a busy street. I’d look down, and there, in humongous bold letters, would be painted signs warning me to LOOK LEFT or LOOK RIGHT. How strange, I thought. Don’t the good people of this cit … [Read more...] about Is Your Website Well Directed?
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The Jewish Week is out with their second list of three dozen young Jews retooling Jewish life in New York. Some of the names are ones you'd expect. Others, dark horses. from The Jewish Week Much has been written in these pages and elsewhere about the concern over younger … [Read more...] about Lists, Lists and More Lists: Take 2
61 more things I love about Israel by Benji Lovitt 1. I love that even though I may not have spoken with someone since the Ben-Gurion Administration, he will call me to check that I have somewhere to go for Passover Seder. 2. I love how you can bring your dog into any cafe to … [Read more...] about Israel Celebrates!
from The New York Jewish Week HUC Faculty Mounts Push To Save N.Y. Campus Faced with the possible closing of their seminary here, faculty and alumni of the Reform movement’s New York campus have mounted a campaign to highlight its strengths and explain why it would be a m … [Read more...] about Rabbinical Schools Continue to Grapple With the Recession
A letter from JTS Chancellor Arnold Eisen April 27, 2009 Dear JTS Community, As everyone knows, this past year has been an extremely difficult one for the economy of our country and indeed, for most of the world. Earlier this afternoon, I met with JTS faculty and staff to … [Read more...] about Dear JTS Community